VITALIZE EQUINE RECOVERY GEL
NEW Consistency, SAME Good Gut Feeling!
- Supports digestive health during times of stress such as high performance, hauling, antibiotic treatment, worming, vaccinations, surgery, sickness or digestive upset such as diarrhea or the beginnings of colic.
- Amaferm® keeps the gut efficient, balanced and comfortable and maintains intake of feed and water.
- MOS traps and expels pathogens, limiting their ability to do harm.
- Electrolytes help them recover from rigorous performance, traveling or heat stress.
- Same ingredient profile with added carrot powder for palatability and color
- Rapidly relieves digestive upset
- Helps prevent colic
- Increases feed and water intake
- Helps horses recover from stress
- Boosts immune system
- Replenishes gut's microbiome to a balanced state
When To Use
Hauling/change in enviorment
Colic, diarrhea, off feed or water
Antibiotic treatment, post-surgery, vaccinations, worming
How To Use
Administer one 30 mL tube during any stressful time or after digestive upset occurs for up to two times daily.
What Our Customers Are Saying
I’ve had great success with new horses coming in off the track while using the gel instead of a traditional ulcer paste. It has always increased appetite and body condition with three to four days of starting usage.
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