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U-7™ Gastric Aid

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U-7 2 oz Syringe
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U-7 Gastric Aid 64 oz
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U-7 Gastric Aid 128 oz
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U-7 Gastric Aid Powder 1.6 lb
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U-7 Gastric Aid Powder 3.2 lb
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U-7 Gastric Aid Liquid Label
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U-7 Gastric Aid Powder Label
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Clinically Studied Digestive Health

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U-7 is an easy-to-use, very palatable Vitamin/Herbal blend that helps promote a healthy equine digestive system including the foregut and hindgut. U-7 Gastric Aid is a revolutionary new formula promoting healthy appetite, performance, and attitude. Horses love the taste of the natural active ingredients. Not an anti-acid or an acid production blocker. U-7 is a cost effective alternative to help gastric health in your horse. Some of the soothing ingredients include: Cinnamon, Cabbage, Aloe, Carrot, Slippery Elm, Ascorbic Acid, MSM, and Licorice. Safe for foals and is also recommended for all horses that are confined to stalls or engaged in moderate to heavy work schedules.

Available sizes

Liquid

64 fl oz, 32 day supply for 1 horse, maintenance, at 2 fl oz per day

128 fl oz, 64 day supply for 1 horse, maintenance, at 2 fl oz per day

Powder

1.6 lb, 30 day supply for 1 horse, maintenance, at 1 scoop (1 vol. oz, 24g) per day

3.2 lb, 60 day supply for 1 horse, maintenance, at 1 scoop (1 vol. oz, 24g) per day

Directions for use: LIQUID- Give two (2) ounces in the morning and two (2) ounces in the evening for 30 days. Reduce to one (1) ounce twice daily thereafter. POWDER-Give one (1) ounce twice daily for the first 30 days, and then cut down to just one (1) ounce daily. 1.6 lbs- 30 days maintenance, 3.2 lbs-60 days maintenance. 

U-7TM Gastric Aid was studied by Dr. Scott McClure. Click here to read this study. 

FACTS ABOUT EQUINE ULCERS: Depending on the examination method used, recent research estimates that approximately 90% of all racehorses, 60% of show horses, and 50% of foals suffer from gastric ulcers. Poor digestive health in horses can cause poor performance, attitude/behavior change, colic, poor appetite, dullness, and irregularity. Undigested grain in the manure is a sign to watch for.

 

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