When a horse is competing, working at high levels of fitness, travelling or on high protein diets, it may lose condition, appear “tucked up” or fail to thrive. Now is the time to consider using GastriX, especially if your horse has either limited access to grazing, turnout or the opportunity to relax and “be a horse”, although all healthy horses should have turnout every day. When horses are put under pressure they may well have difficulty in maintaining a healthy and balanced digestive system and gut health.
- Slippery Elm
- Marshmallow root
- Meadowsweet herb
- Cramp Bark stem bark
- Milk Thistle seed
- Liquorice root
- Gotu Kola leaf
Directions For Use
Hilton Herbs Gastri X supplement should be added to the feed on a daily basis, if possible splitting the required amount between two feeds..
- Up to 12.2hh : 1 scoop daily
- 12.2hh to 14.2hh: 2 scoops daily
- 14.2hh to 15.2hh : 3 scoops daily
- 15.2hh to 16.2hh : 4 scoops daily
- 16.2hh+ : 4 to 5 scoops daily
The amount of herbs you need to give is generally dependent on the height of your horse, with some allowance for type. Full instructions will be found on the packaging. The quantity of herbs added to your horse or pony’s feed can be slightly increased or decreased, depending on the circumstances. Very often a lower maintenance rate can be sufficient for a horse or pony that is going to be kept on the herbs long-term. Remember, like humans, all horses and ponies are individuals.