VomiSan for horses

Natural support for the stomach lining and gastrointestinal tract.

VomiSan for horses

Horses digestive systems reacts quickly and adversely to stressful situations. Approximately 50% of foals, 60% of recreational horses and 90% of racing horses suffer from stomach ulcers. Primary causes are: aggravation from stable mates, bullying in the stables, relocations, transportation stress, demanding trainers, foals separation from mother, sickness or death of a long-term partner.

VomiSan helps to relieve stomach issues caused by to stress

Stress has an adverse effect on the stomach. The circulation rate of the cells in the stomach lining decreases and less of the protective gastric mucosa is produced. Since it is not always possible to eliminate stress, preventative measures to protect the stomach are advisable. VomiSan helps to maintain the natural environment of the intestinal tract even under turbulent conditions. Natural ingredients coat the stomach membrane, calming the stomach and protecting it from substances that attack the sensitive stomach lining.

  • Psyllium (Plantago psyllium semen)

    The husk of the Indian psyllium has a strong natural swelling effect. The seed can absorb up to 40 times its own weight in water. Once in contact with water, it forms a protective layer of mucus. This coats the lining of the stomach and esophagus like a film. In the intestine, psyllium husks bind excessive fluid. The feces is thus bound and stays in the intestine longer. Therefore, bowel movement can be regulated in a natural way.

  • Dill extract (Anethum graveolens fructus)

    The most important property of the dill fruit is its calming effect on the smooth musculature of the gastrointestinal tract.

  • Hericium (Hericium erinaceus)

    The chinese mushroom hericium calms the stomach lining and assists regeneration. The production of nerve growth factors is stimulated, thus supporting the vegetative nervous system of the digestive system.

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