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March 13, 2014


Excel Equine Digestive Supplement

by DePaolo Equine Concepts

In my practice I see many horses with symptoms associated with digestive upset.  Common side effects are:

  • colic
  • weight loss
  • gas
  • diarrhea
  • cinchiness
  • teeth grinding
  • body soreness (especially over the low back/lumbar area/and last rib).

Also be aware of behavioral changes like anxiety, anger or defensiveness.

If any of those symptoms describe your horse, I encourage you to watch my palpation video for an easy step by step guide on how to diagnose ulcers.

I created Excel to promote overall digestive health.  This will help your horse have a stronger immune system and allow him to perform at his best.

It’s VERY important to understand that the active ingredients in Excel are combined to achieve successful results throughout the entire digestive tract. I find that when people feed just one single ingredient, they may see short term improvement, but the underlying problem doesn’t get fixed.

Excel is formulated with specific herbal ingredients to produce a muscilaginous effect which coats irritated tissue, reduces inflammation and allows for healing rather than just temporary pain relief. It promotes a soothing action throughout the esophagus, stomach, small and large intestines as well as the cecum and colon.

The prebiotic included will allow for increased absorption of needed nutrients, which will cut down your feed bill. Psyllium Husk Powder is included as an excellent means of getting more dietary fiber, while absorbing toxins and keeping manure soft and regular.

Excel may be used long term without the possible buildup of aluminum, found in daily antacid type products which can create a metal toxicity.  I do NOT recommend feeding Excel with any type of sweet feed, as high sugar content often leads to digestive issues like ulcers and acidosis.  To purchase Excel, please visit our online store.

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2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Betsy Cambareri
    Mar 28 2014

    The focus of this product seems to be ulcers, but what about a horse that had worm damage that has led to chronic gas colics?


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