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Better than Bute – Powerful All-Natural Alternative for your Equine First-Aid Kit!
Analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects comparable with cortisone and bute without the side effects.

Devil’s Claw is abundant in naturally occurring bioactive compounds including harpagoside, phytosterols, phenolic acids and flavonoids (kaempferol). Studies show that these compounds may help to support joint comfort through their ability to promote a healthy response to typical everyday joint stress.

Meadowsweet contains a substance called salicylic acid. In 1897 Felix Hoffmann, working for the German drug company Bayer, synthesised salicin based on the study of meadowsweet which was better tolerated by the stomach lining. Bayer named the new drug aspirin, derived from an old botanical name for meadowsweet: Spiraea ulmaria. This in turn gave us the class of Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs), still widely used today.


Veterinary Health Canada Number – NN.B0Z4

CAUTIONS: Do not use in pregnant or lactating animals. Do not use in animals with diabetes or gastrointestinal disease, unless directed by a veterinarian. WARNINGS: Not for use in horses intended for food.

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Weight 1 lbs


Devil’s Claw (Harpogophytum procumbens)
Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria)

Horses and ponies up to 1000 lbs (454 kg) orally give 1/4 cup (25 grams) per day with daily feed. Horses over 1000 lbs (454 kg) orally give 1/2 cup (50 grams) per day with daily feed.
Dosages can be repeated every 6-8 hours as needed.

For dogs up to 13 kg (28 lbs) orally give 1 tsp (1 gram) with food. For dogs 13-26 kg (28-57 lbs) orally give 2 tsp (2 grams) with food. For dogs over 26 kg (57 lbs) orally give 1 tbsp (4 grams) with food.
Dosages can be repeated every 6-8 hours as needed.

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