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Equimins Devils Claw Liquid for Horses

  • 1 litre Bottle £17.49
  • 2.5 litre Jerrycan £35.99
  • 5 litre Jerrycan £68.49

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Equimins Devils Claw Liquid is a herbal tincture formulated from the African herb Harpagophytum for the nutritional maintenance of healthy bones and joints. It helps maintain suppleness and ease of movement.

This product is the tincture version, making the qualities of the herb much more available and going straight into the bloodstream. It is made by soaking the herb in 1:4 strength of ethanol and water for a month and then pressing it off. This concentrates the herb substantially.

All produced in a cold process.

Please be advised that Devil's Claw is now prohibited in affiliated competition.

1 litre will last 50 days.

Store at 10 - 20 degrees C.

Always replace the lid after use.

Do not feed to mares in foal.


Dried Herb in an alcohol tincture (1:5 e.g 200g herb per litre) as follows:

  • Devils Claw ( Harpagophytum procumbens) - country of origin for this herb is Namibia.

Feeding Recommendations

  • Horses: 20 – 40 ml per day
  • Dogs: 2.5 -10 ml per day

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Dog Dosage

25th May 2016
  • VioVet Customer Since: August 2012
  • From: Suffolk, United Kingdom

Hello it says between 2.5ml to 10ml for dogs. Is there any further info to that in regards of a dogs weight.

  • Non-Executive Director

Being a herbal product there is no strict dose guideline. Generally the larger quantity is used for bigger dogs and more serious signs of trouble. Common sense has to be used in the absence of the proper dose rates you get with licensed medications, but this is regarded as a safe product and we never hear about any suspected toxicity at all.