Digestive support for horses grazing on sandy pastures.
Recommended Dosage: Preventive dose for horses grazing in sandy pastures: 50g twice per day for 10 days per month, In case sand is detected in the manure: 100g twice per day for a period of 10 days.
Psyllium is a well-known ingredient related to the prevention and treatment of sand impactions, but studies have reported varying results. Recent studies* show that a combination of mineral oils and psyllium supplementation increased sand removal from the intestine and that the combination of psyllium with essential oils has a greater effect than solely using one of those two materials.
In addition to psyllium, Cavalor PasSand contains essential oils and probiotics to better remove sand from the horse’s system as fast as possible.
1. Kendall et al. Radiographic parameters for diagnosing sand colic in horses. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 2008; 50:17.
2. Evacuation of sand from the equine intestine with mineral oil, with and without psyllium. J Anim Physiol Anim Nutr (Berl). 2008 Feb;92(1):86-91.
Preventive dose for horses grazing in sandy pastures: 50g twice per day for 10 days per month.
In case sand is detected in the manure: 100g twice per day for a period of 10 days.