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BetaVet Devils Claw + Red Marine Minerals

BetaVet Devils Claw + Red Marine Minerals

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Senior Joint and Gastric Conditioner

Standardised active ingredients in single herbs delivered in a pure concentrated extract powder form designed to provide a complete therapeutic dosage at lower dosage rates. These herbs are chosen for their specific actions to enable the health and wellbeing of all horses including mares and senior horses. The herbs have been tested free of common contaminants and levels of important active ingredients to ensure maximum herbal benefit.

All powders are combined with a sustainably produced algae which is harvested under strict control off the pristine coast of Iceland and are an exceptionally rich source of calcium and co-factors. The red marine minerals act as a buffer in the digestive tract, stomach and hind gut and help reduce the effect of excessive acid production- the precursor to equine stomach ulceration or EGUS. The red marine minerals contain calcium and magnesium and 72 minerals and trace elements in a highly absorbable form to help reduce stress and assist with nutritional uptake and digestive function.

 Natural anti-inflammatory for joint comfort, stride and movement
 For senior horses to help relieve stiffness that occurs with age
 Improves enjoyment and willingness to be ridden or worked
 Provides dietary fibre for the proliferation of healthy gut flora
 Beneficial for appetite, gut and intestinal health
 Readily available bioavailable minerals and trace elements
 Natural calcium supplement
 Contains Harpagosides – 72 hour withhold prior to competition


One scoop = 10gm

  • Sport/Race Horses 10gm
  • Ponies 5gm


Each 10gm dose contains equiv to dried:

  • Devils Claw 20.4gm
  • Licorice root 8.5gm (deglycyrrhized) measured to contain 10.50mg glabridin
  • Red Marine minerals 3700mg


For industry rules please consult with your veterinarian.