|ABOUT SEA BUCKTHORN||
Harvested high in the Himalayas using Fair Trade practices and proprietary handling and processing techniques, the Sea Buckthorn berry pulp in Ulcer+ provides an abundant source of Omega 7 fatty acid with unmatched quality as well as diverse antioxidants. Sea Buckthorn berry pulp has been proven in independent research to support the health of the equine stomach lining, especially the glandular tissue of horses fed intermittently. Feeding the Sea Buckthorn berry pulp in Ulcer+ supports gastric health and should be a part of every performance horse’s wellness program.
|ABOUT ALOE VERA||
The Aloe Vera inner leaf juice used in Ulcer+ provides guaranteed levels of aloe polysaccharide. Just 6 oz of Ulcer+ is equivalent to feeding 2 cups of aloe vera juice. Thanks to a patented processing technique the Aloe in Ulcer+ contains 300 times more of the bioactive medium molecular weight polysaccharides than other forms of aloe. These polysaccharides are linked directly to the health benefits commonly associated with aloe including digestive and skin health, as well as immune function.
|ABOUT PALMITOLEIC ACID||
Palmitoleic Acid is found throughout nature in many plants and is a major constituent of the cells making up the gastrointestinal lining and skin. Only the macadamia nut provides more Omega 7 than Sea Buckthorn berries. This makes Sea Buckthorn berries the most abundant source of Omega 7 fatty acid available to horses. Independent laboratory tests show that Ulcer+ routinely contains more Omega 7 than other Sea Buckthorn products on the market today
|ACTIVE INGREDIENTS PER FLUID OUNCE||
Organic Sea Buckthorn pulp 10,600 mg
The latin name for the Sea Buckthorn in Ulcer+ is Hippophae rhamnoides which translates as “shiny horse.” The benefits that Sea Buckthorn berries provide to horses have been acknowledged by horsemen since ancient times. Known to support a fabulous coat and weight gain, Sea Buckthorn berry pulp also supports gastric health. In multiple rat models, Sea Buckthorn has been shown to reduce oxidative damage of gastric mucosa and accelerate its repair. In a university-led research trial, feeding the Sea Buckthorn berry pulp in Ulcer+ lowered glandular ulcer scores when fed to horses faced with feed deprivation. This makes it a powerful choice for horses at risk of gastric upset that are housed in stalls and fed intermittently.
64 oz = 10 to 21 day supply for 1 horse
Use 2–3 oz daily for healthy maintenance and skin and coat support.
Use 6 oz daily for ulcer support or during strenuous exercise, competition and/or travel. Use 6 oz daily to promote well-being from sickness or injury.