It is important to your horse’s health to give them foods that heal.
In the wild, your horse would naturally seek out hundreds of beneficial plants while grazing. It makes sense for you to add supplemental herbs that heal, protect and support the body. These herbs** are meant for long term use in feed. Many types of horses may benefit from adding the herbs to their diet. If your horse has limited pasture acsess, it is not able to seek out beneficial plants or graze to produce enough saliva to buffer stomach acids.
Even after treatment with conventional medicines, it is important to provide the proper natural diet to prevent symptoms from returning. Herbs contain powerful medicines and can be transforming for the body. You may notice improvements in as little as 10 days after starting UlcerAid.
Please always consult your veterinarian before adding anything new to your horse's diet. Always consider the effects of other supplements and medications when using herbs in your horse's diet. Some medications have contra indications with herbs.
In our field trials we saw the following results
- Improvements in as little as 7-10 days after starting UlcerAid. When UlcerAid was added to the diet, some of the horses have shown improvements within a week, however, since herbs work to change the body response, in some cases it may take longer to see the results. We encourage customers to try UlcerAid for a full 1-2 months to see the benefits it provides.
- These herbs do not have any known side effects when used in feed long term. There have been no reports of toxicity associated with these herbs. They are FDA G.R.A.S Listed.**
- Most of the herbs in UlcerAid have been widely used in Europe on horses as well as people for chronic digestive issues and general health.
- There are no substances in this product that would be illegal during competition.
- Most horses readily and happily eat UlcerAid when slighty rehydrated and mixed into their food.
- Horses may still need treatment with medicine when placed under stressful situations or when fed a high grain - low forage diet.
- UlcerAid works best when fed continuously throughout the year.
- If a horse has ulcers or gastritis is present, proper care should be determined by a veterinarian. The herbs are not intended for use in place of proper medical attention.
**This product contains herbs that are on the FDA approved GRAS List (Generally Recognized As Safe) and have been determined to be safe for long term use in feed.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent any disease.