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GASTROMIN 2 Lbs – 60 servings, 6 Lbs – 180 servings, 12 Lbs – 360 servings.     BUY NOW

Promotes Gastric Health

The horse has a small stomach that is designed for continuous grazing. In order to maintain gastric health it is therefore important that it is frequently fed smaller meals. Digestion begins in the stomach where the feed is broken down by gastric acid and enzymes. When the horse chews, it produces saliva containing bicarbonate which is vital to regions of the horse’s stomach.

Symptoms the horse may show when you need to promote gastric health

  • Poor growth
  • Dull coat,
  • Low iron value
  • Cinchy when saddled
  • Do not eat well
  • Lethargic
  • Grinded teeth
  • Cribbing
  • Bad attitude

Feeding Directions: 1 scoop per serving (½ oz (15g)). Spread the powder over the dry feed. Feed the horse mornings   & evenings.

Active Substances:  Calcium Carbonate, Magnesium Phosphate, Niacin, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Ascorbic Acid.

Calcium Carbonate works like an anti-acid which neutralizes acid and raises the ph level.

Magnesium phosphate is especially useful for curbing gastric health.

Calcium carbonate and Magnesium Phosphate work well together and are important for controlling nerve to muscle impulses.

Niacin (B3) is important for cell respiration.  It helps to metabolize carbohydrates, fats and proteins; and it promotes normal function of bile and stomach fluids.  Niacin is known to have a healthy effect on the nervous system and to produce an anti inflammatory effect.  It is absorbed through the stomach and small intestine.

Pyridoxine (B6)  boosts the bodys protective system.  It is necessary for the normal breakdown or metabolism of protein, carbohydrates, and fats.  It is essential for the production of red blood cells and for proper absorption of B-12.

Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) promotes healthy cell development, normal tissue growth, and the repair and strengthening of the walls of the capillaries.  It has a positive effect on the protective system and acts as a natural antihistamine.


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11 Responses to Gastromin

  • friend gave me sample likedit

  • I was wondering if you offer samples of the gastromin product, I think my horse may have ulcers and I would like to try a trial treatment if possible.

    My address is
    3603 forest beach dr
    Gig harbor wa 98335

  • I found your product online when searching for equine stomach ulcers and would like to try it. Do you send samples?

  • Can you keep a horse on gastromin indefinitely? Our horse has done so well on it, but a friend said that you recommend stopping it at 60 days?

  • My horse had recently become cinchy. I am wondering if it is behavioral or physical.

  • I am interested in geting gastomin for a horse that I feel may have ulcers.
    What do you feel a loading dose should be? How many times a day and for how long before being on a maintenance and for how long.

  • Could I try or buy a sample my nbha state show is the 20th of Sept then the season would be over thank you
    Vicky Gilbert
    1870 Poplar Ridge Melbourne Ky
    Thanks again

  • Also will definitely buy when the season starts back up in May 🙂 thanks again Vicky

  • Hello is there a distributor selling your products in Ontario, Canada that I can buy products from directly?
    Thank you

  • I want to know if there is a time limit on Gastromin. I have a gallon bottle about half full that has a date of 7/2009 on it. I want to know it it is still good. It has been kept dry.

  • I have a question regarding Gastromin.. After feeding Gastromin everyday for several months..(twice a day) can you cut back and feed it once a day or once every other day ??


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