A powdered blend of herbs to support the healthy function of the digestive tract. $44.65/ 1KG


Gastric upset in a horse is not uncommon: diarrhea, constipation, excess gas, stomach ulcers, colic. Causes of digestive system upset can be varied, from eating poor quality feed, poor parasite control, to enzyme deficiency or infection.

Did you know....? That 90%+ of racehorses have stomach ulcers, 60-70% of performance horses and 30-40% of pleasure horses.

Healthy horse stomach on left, ulcerated stomach on right.









ADVANTAGES: gastriEASE is formulated with 100% pure herbal ingredients to help soothe, protect and and support healing of the gastrointestinal tract. The ingredients have been selected for their numerous, scientifically studied effects on the gastro-intestinal tract including antiulcerogenic activity, acid normalisation, mucosa protection, intestinal anti-inflammatory activity, antispasmodic and intestinal motility.

High in Mucilage: The herbs in gastriEASE are also high in mucilage, a natural, slippery water soluble fibre which soothes inflammed gastrointestinal tissue, protects delicate mucous membranes, may also act as a prebiotic and normalises intestinal flora populations.

gastriEASE Ingredients (click on each to find out more):
Meadowsweet - indicated for gastric ulceration, prevention of ulceration in horses, excess stomach acid, hyperacidity, gastritis, peptic ulceration, diarrhoea.
Fenugreek - indicated for gastric ulceration, gastritis, diarrhoea, constipation, ulcer protective effects, demulcent which lubricates and protects the alimentary mucous membranes.
Marshmallow Root - indicated for digestive complaints, gastroenteritis, gastric ulcers, colitis, diarrhoea, stomatitis. Demulcent which lubricates and protects the alimentary mucous membranes.
Chamomile - indicated for flatulence, mild colic, loss of appetite. Due to its calming properties it is useful for digestive issues that are caused by stress. It also has antispasmodic properties so is useful in relieving cramps in the intestinal tract. (Source: S. Wynn, 'Veterinary Herbal Medicine')