NAF Devils Relief for Horses

NAF Devils Relief for Horses
500ml Bottle
2 litre Bottle
5 litre Bottle

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  • 500ml Bottle £13.89
  • 1 litre Bottle £20.49
  • 2 litre Bottle £34.19
  • 5 litre Bottle £83.99

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Devils Relief liquid from NAF contains a potent blend of ingredients including the native African Devil's Claw, MSM and powerful antioxidants that work together to support the maintenance of healthy joints. Devil's Claw has traditionally been used to help soothe joint pain and promote easy movement, as well as supporting the health of the digestive tract in older horses.

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

Water, Methyl sulphonyl methane, Glycerine.
Key Ingredients per ltr
Devil’s claw 325 ml
Ginger 0.29 ml
Milk thistle 0.66 ml
Rose (rosehip) 0.59 ml
Turmeric 0.37 ml
Analytical Constituents
Crude protein 0.4%
Crude oils and fats 0.1%
Crude ash 0.2%
Crude fibre 0.5%
Moisture 96.3%
Sodium 246 mg/lt
Water, Methyl sulphonyl methane, Glycerine.

Feeding guidelines

Weight ml per day
Horses & Ponies 20-30

Initially feed up to 100 ml per day for 3 days, if required. Devil’s Relief can be fed continually but is not suitable for pregnant mares. If competing, please check with the relevant competition authorities.

Additional Information

FEI/Jockey Club Legal? NO

How long will it last? (average size

horse at maintenance rate)

Approximately 25 days (500ml)

Approximately 50 days (1 Litre)

Approximately 100 days (2 Litre)

Approximately 250 days (4 Litre)

Average cost per day? (Approx)

45p (500ml)

39p (1 Litre)

34p (2 Litre)

30p (4 Litre)

Suitable for use during pregnancy? NO

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Reviews (53)

Summary of Reviews for NAF Devils Relief for Horses

Overall 5
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
52 out of 53 (98%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (41 reviews)
4 stars (11 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
1 stars (1 reviews)

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55 Seems to work
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By on 22 August 2023

Frank is on Bute for his arthritis & I also give him Devils Relief - together they seem to help him a lot.

Customer recommends this product

55 Excellent service, excellent product.
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By on 26 June 2023

We have a 32 year old mare who has mobility issues but this seems to help.

Customer recommends this product

45 Naf Devils Relief
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By on 29 May 2023

Great product have given my veteran horse this for a year. Just a shame that this product now costs me £10 more than it did a year ago. Also the screw top is impossible to get off without using a knife to cut the plastic first

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1 person found this review helpful

55 Great product at a great price
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By on 6 March 2023

Cain is believed to be about 32. I inherited him when we bought our current house 7 years ago; his then owners thought he was 29, but a reviewing dentist reckoned about 25. Anyhow, he now creaks when he moves, although he moves well (he is just a lawn mower) so Devils Relief was recommended. He now creaks far less, but buying from Violet has saved a great deal on the price of buying from a Country Store.

Customer recommends this product

55 Such a good website
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By on 24 December 2022

I started giving Devils relief a few years back throughout the winter months to help my older horse, I find it really helps with his stiffness

Customer recommends this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding NAF Devils Relief for Horses, including answers from our team.

28 August 2020 at 11:42am

Suitable for laminitis prone?


Is this suitable for laminitis prone ponies?

  • VioVet Staff

The main ingredient to avoid in laminitic ponies is high sugar levels as these can predispose to the condition. This product does contain Glycerine which is a sugar derivative so this may affect the laminitis, but unfortunately there is very little data surrounding the use of Glycerine in laminitic horses and I cannot give any specific evidence to say if it will/won't. Devil's claw itself has anti-inflammatory properties and these effects will help possible pain associated with the condition. If you are using it in the short term then it is very likely to be safe but I would chat to your vet about long term use.

We have a wide range of laminitic support supplements that I would advise instead. Please contact [email protected] for more information.

8 September 2018 at 5:19pm

Safe for ulcers?


Hi, my horse is suffering from secondary ulcers from his PSD. Would like to use this to help with his joints but is it safe to use for ulcers and/or ulcer prone horses?

  • VioVet Staff

No, I would not suggest using Devils Relief in horses prone to gastric ulcers. The active ingredient, Devils Claw, blocks prostaglandins which is helpful for pain relief in the joints but also blocks the formation of beneficial prostaglandins in the stomach.

24 September 2017 at 1:09pm

Ok to use with bute


  • VioVet customer since 2015
  • From: Suffolk, United Kingdom

Is this safe to use along with bute prescribed from the vet?

  • VioVet Staff

It is not recommended to use devils claw alongside bute or other NSAIDs and I would advise against it. However some horses do take both together without any problems so it is up to you. If you feel your horse needs more pain relief you could speak to your vet about increasing the dose of bute.

16 July 2017 at 4:21pm

Soft tissue damage

Zeeta Delafield

Would this be ok for a horse which has soft tissue damage in the hoof wall

  • VioVet Staff

This product certainly won't do any harm and should be helpful. It will not repair the soft tissue but could offer some mild pain relief. However if the horse is painful then prescription medication such as bute or danilon would be better.

5 September 2014 at 8:58am

Safe for breeding stock?


Hi, is this product safe to use with in foal broodmares? Thanks

  • VioVet Staff

This product is not recommended for pregnant mares. It might be safe enough but the appropriate tests have not been done. We would not recommend it for any mare which is, or might be, in-foal.

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