Provide your hoofed friend with the relief she needs with HomeoVet EquioPathics Digestive Upsets Horse Supplement. It helps reduce discomfort and provides your companion with temporary relief from minor digestive problems. This supplement aids in symptoms such as diarrhea, flatulence, inappetence, colic, bloat and retained gas. It also contains no harsh chemicals and is safe for use on young, pregnant and nursing animals. HomeoVet EquioPathics Digestive Upsets Horse Supplement can be added to your sidekick’s food and water or directly into her mouth.
Supplement that provides your horse with temporary relief from minor digestive problems.
Aids in symptoms such as diarrhea, flatulence, inappetence, colic, bloat and retained gas.
Easy-to-administer liquid that can be added to your companion’s food and water or directly into her mouth.
Contains no harsh chemicals with no known side effects.
Safe for use on young, pregnant and nursing animals.
Each 120 mL bottle contains equal parts of: Chamomilla 6c, 30c, Colocynthis 6c, 30c, 200c, Nux vom 6c, 30c, Phosphoricum ac 6c, Veratrum alb 6c, 30c.
Horses, donkeys, and cattle 2 ml (2cc) twice daily until signs of improvement occur. Goats and sheep 1 ml (1 cc) twice daily until signs of improvement occur. Medication can be reduced to once daily and eventually stopped when the condition clears up.
My little mare's stomach has been hurting her and it broke my heart! After reading the reviews on this product I decided to give it a try. It came in the day after I ordered it, and my horsey is already having a better day with no tummy aches! Thank you Chewy!
on Oct 31, 2020
If you own a horse you need to have this product on hand!! If you catch any digestive issue early this product may prevent a vet call. Amazing results in a short amount of time!!
on Mar 15, 2020
My senior horse is prone to sand colic. He was off his feed so started him on a digestive supplement and gave this to him as directed and this really seemed to give him relief within the hour. If your horse is having severe colic he will need a vet but for an non emergency issue this may work.