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Equimins Colease for Horses

  • 1 litre Bottle £15.49

Equimins Colease is a liquid anti-flatulant formulation to help maintain normal acid levels in the gut and to assist the easy passage of food through the gut without blockages.

1 litre will last 30 - 50 days.

Store at 10 - 20 degrees C.

Always replace the lid after use.


Analysis Quantity - %ww
Sorbitol 6.0
Aqua 65.85
Aluminium Hydroxide Gel 12.0
Magnesium Hydroxide Gel 12.9
PD 30 Anti Foam simethicone 3.0
Potassium Sorbate 0.1
Sodium Benzoate 0.05
Methyl Cellulose 0.1

Feeding Recommendations

  • Feed 20 ml per day as preventative to horses prone to Colic
  • Feed 40 ml per day for 2-3 days if colic has already occurred

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Spasmodic colicer

17th Apr 2016
Romy Edwards
  • VioVet Customer Since: June 2015
  • From: Buchinghamshire, United Kingdom

I have already got my old steeple chaser on Protexin Gut Balancer, but even still he colics so not sure if this will help along side the Protexin?

  • Non-Executive Director

This is one of those situations where it is difficult to predict exactly how helpful a product will be. From what you say there is something going on which causes a degree of intermittent abdominal discomfort. There are lots of potential causes for this, but some of them would indeed be expected to respond to this product. It can be given along with the gut balancer and so I would be tempted to try it and see how things go. It is worth doing a worm egg count and a tapeworm blood test to assess a bit what the parasitic worm situation is too if you have not already. A different worming regime might possibly be indicted.