Soothes cramping, eases stomach pain and reduces wind (often associated with colic)
Soothes restlessness and agitation
Promotes digestive and gastrointestinal calm
Formulated especially for horses
Safe and effective for nursing or pregnant mares and young foals
Easy to administer
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Colicky horses need quick relief!
Colic in the general horse population has been estimated at 11% annually. Symptoms of colic in horses include abdominal pain, frequent attempts to urinate, biting or nipping at the stomach area, pacing, pawing and/or scraping, repeated lying down and rising, rolling, teeth grinding, excess salivation and loss of appetite. The most common causes of colic are gastrointestinal in nature and subside with appropriate treatment; however some causes of colic can prove fatal without surgical intervention. For this reason it is important for horse owners (or any person that works with horses) to recognize the early symptoms of colic and evaluate the severity of the problem, so that a veterinarian may be called if necessary.
The Natural Way
It was once thought that feeding a horse after exercise (and not before) may lessen the risk of colic. However, recent research suggests that it may be beneficial to horses if they are fed a small amount before exercise. Turnout is also thought to reduce the likelihood of colic and it is recommended that a horse receive up to 18 hours of grazing time each day. Feeding a horse restricted carbohydrates, making sure feed and drinking water is clean and preventing the ingestion of dirt or sand by using an elevated feeding surface can all serve to lessen the risk of colic. Horses should stick to a regular feeding schedule and undergo regular de-worming and dental checkups. A regular diet that does not change substantially in content (or proportion) and the prevention of heatstroke can also serve to promote easy digestion and gastrointestinal harmony.
What is EQuine Colic Calm?
EQuine Colic Calm is a 100% safe and natural homeopathic remedy that uses ingredients known for their ability to support calm in the animal digestive system and soothe the stomach. Taken internally, the ingredients in EQuine Colic Calm are homeopathic, addressing acute symptoms such as stomach pain, cramps and wind - helping your horse to experience gastrointestinal calm.
How has EQuine Colic Calm helped others?
“... Our horse came with a history of stomach trouble. Now, whenever she shows signs of stomach ache or discomfort, I give her colic calm, and within minutes she settles...”
- Mike, Utah
“We were so worried about our pony– he had been diagnosed with colic twice in 6 months. I did research online and found many natural remedies, but none with trusted credentials – then I found your site, thank you for a great product that I can trust!”
“Our horse had a tapeworm and after researching online, I saw that colic was a possible related condition and I didn’t want him to get colic. I gave our horse Colic Calm along with the prescription medication to rid him of the tapeworm. Thank you for a great product.”
“I do volunteer work at an animal shelter. Many times we see abused and mistreated horses that have digestive upset and colic. We have started dosing the horses that show signs of stomach pain, and this stuff really helps. Thank you.”
- David G.
What are the Ingredients?
EQuine Colic Calm contains the following homeopathic ingredients in therapeutic dosages and equal parts:
Chamomilla (6C): – This homeopathic remedy is frequently used to address infantile colic. It is gentle and soothing and helps to ease stomach pain and discomfort while supporting easy digestion.
Aconitum nap (6C): – this homeopathic remedy is used to calm gastro-intestinal disturbances when symptoms arise suddenly and tend to subside quickly with treatment.
Belladonna (6C):– often used for cramping of the stomach, this remedy is useful when addressing spasmodic cramps during digestive disturbance.
Colocynth (6C): – this has been used since ancient times for colicky pains and digestive complaints.
Nux vom (6C): - 17th-century physicians discovered the stimulating effects of this homeopathic remedy on the digestive and nervous system.
Sucrose (inactive ingredient).
EQuine Colic Calm contains no gluten, artificial flavours, colours or preservatives. All individual ingredients are well-researched and are natural, safe and effective.
How do I use EQuine Horse Calm?
Sprinkle one capful of granules directly into the mouth when needed. May be repeated every 15 - 30 minutes for up to ten doses if necessary.
Caution: Consult your vet if symptoms persist or worsen.
How long until I see results?
Because EQuine Colic Calm is 100% homeopathic, it gets to work quickly upon the first dose to help facilitate easy digestion, address cramping and colicky stomach pains. If symptoms persist, consult your vet immediately.
EQuine Colic Calm can safely be used along with prescription medications from your vet. No adverse interactions have been noted between the ingredients in EQuine Colic Calm and prescription medications. However, as with any medicine, it is always advisable to consult your vet.
How long will a bottle last?
One bottle of EQuine Colic Calm contains 200 grams of homeopathic granules and will last for approximately one month, depending on the frequency of use.
To save 25% on your 90 day supply of EQuine Colic Calm, see our Buy 3 Get 1 Free special below.
Cathy Samuel is our friendly PetAlive product consultant! Cathy has many years experience working with animals here and overseas. She now employs her love of animals, great and small, to the PetAlive family. She hopes to make pet owners aware of the benefits of natural remedies and support naturally healthy, naturally happy pets.
Never allow your horse to feed from fresh grass that has been recently mown, if you are feeding fresh grass, make sure you cut it by hand
Make sure that your horse always has access to lots of fresh water – dehydration is one of the main causes of feed impaction, which can lead to colic
Make sure your horse is regularly dewormed
Ensure that paddock or stables where foals are housed are free of potential foreign bodies such a s bags or rope, which a curious foal may ingest while playing
Never change your horses food suddenly – it should be gradually changed over 7 – 10 days
Always feed from a bucket in sandy areas to reduce the possibility of sand ingestion
How do I order?
South African customers order below or phone 021 7970193 for assistance.
All orders are shipped throughout South Africa to your door (in major centres) within 1 - 2 working days if ordered before 12 noon Monday to Friday. Public holidays excluded. Orders to outlying areas need to go to your nearest Post Office or Postnet branch and will take 48 to 72 hours.
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Disclaimer: The information on this website is intended for educational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure and is not a substitute for a professional consultation with a medical or health professional. Do not make any changes or additions to prescription medicine without first consulting your veterinarian. Should symptoms persist, please consult your veterinarian.