- EQUINE SUPPLEMENT – Silver Lining Bright Eyes supplement is specifically created for equine benefit. This product is not meant for human use or consumption.
- VISION SUPPORT – Silver Lining Herbs' Bright Eyes supplement supports your horse's vision and ocular integrity, supports the eyes at the cellular level, and helps provide protection to the eye structure.
- FOR ALL AGES AND SIZES – Our natural herbal blend is ideal for horses of all ages and sizes. Designed to support the equine eyes and help to maintain ocular health for the comfort and happiness of your horse.
- PREMIUM INGREDIENTS – This horse eye supplement contains a unique herbal formula including Bilberry, Eyebright, Oregon Grape, Red Raspberry, Slippery Elm, Uva Ursi, Yellow Dock, Witch Hazel and Chaparral, 7937 milligram per tbsp.
- MADE IN THE USA – Our herbal product is safe and certified, made in a National Animal Supplement Council compliant facility in Buhl, Idaho and has earned the NASC Quality Seal.
Silver Lining Herbs 21 Bright Eyes
21 Bright Eyes is designed to maintain the horse’s natural mineral levels connected with the eyes and may be beneficial in maintaining normal eyesight. It also supports the equine body’s natural ability to see clearly.
Silver Lining Herbs offers only the very finest quality herbs for horses, precisely formulated and powdered for maximum concentration and absorption. We strive to provide horse enthusiasts with the highest quality all natural herbal alternatives to the chemical horse supplements available.
We recommend 1 level scoop per day for a 1000-1200 lb horse. Approximately 60 scoops per bag.
Today, Silver Lining Herbs is a world leader in natural herbal support for horses, dogs, and humans, with tremendous sales growth as word has spread of the effectiveness of Silver Lining Herbs. Yet, it remains a family-owned company, with a passion for helping people take optimal care of their animals for both health and performance.
This ethos has its roots with Lavern Young, father of Silver Lining founder Mickey Young. A cattle rancher and range rider for the Bureau of Land Management for over 20 years, Lavern grew up in close proximity to the Navajo Indians, from whom he learned a great deal about medicinal herbs and their beneficial uses for both human and animal. All of these life experiences came together to form a commitment to seeking health naturally, a commitment shared by his wife Ruth Young, who became an herbalist in her own right, respected throughout the community for the quality of the herbs and advice found at her store.