Poor appetite, change in attitude, deceased performance, weight loss, dull coat and even colic are all believed to be signs of a potential equine ulcer situation. Gut Guard PLUS aids in maintaining a healthy digestive system by supporting normal gut function as well as stomach and hindgut wellness. A healthy intestinal tract is essential for proper nutritional uptake and thus the building blocks of structure and function. Gut Guard PLUS is a superior natural alternative, formulated to support and promote your horse's digestive health and wellness





Feeding Options
Standard Feeding practice of 1 – 2 Scoops daily as required.
Depending on intensity of work, travel or stress, Gut Guard can
be fed up to 1 Tbsp. three times daily. Recommended to be fed
with other grains and concentrates. Gut Guard can be divided
and fed throughout the day.
Standard Dosage: 2 scoops (tablespoons) daily

Gut Guard PLUS

C$85.00Price
  • Chickweed - is best known for it's ability to cool
    inflammation and speed healing both internally
    and externally, used for bronchitis, pulmonary
    congestion, gastric ulcers, rheumatic complaints,
    and sore throat

    Gentian - Used for gastro-intestinal inflammation,
    treats gallbladder problems, is a bitter tonic to
    improve digestion, increases gastric secretions,
    promotes digestion as well as supports a sluggish
    liver, speeds up the digestion of fat and protein,
    which increases the energy we get from food.

    Marshmallow - Used for pain and swelling
    (inflammation) of the lining of the stomach,
    diarrhea, stomach ulcers, constipation, urinary
    tract inflammation, and stones in the urinary tract.

    Slippery Elm - Protecting against stomach and
    duodenal ulcers, for colitis, diverticulitis, GI
    inflammation, too much stomach acid, for colic,
    diarrhea, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome,
    bladder and urinary tract infections.

    Turmeric - Is highly effective in soothing gastric
    inflammation and ulceration, known to have
    antiseptic properties, its presence in the system
    before or after ulcer development may promote
    formation of new blood vessels at the site of
    healing, and restore collagen fibres by regulating
    the levels of two enzymes involved in the
    formation of new blood vessels