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Wendals Devils Claw Liquid

$56.99
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Wendals Devils Claw Liquid

$56.99

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Product Summary:

Wendals Devils Claw Liquid

Horses are herbivores. It is natural for them to eat herbs. In their natural environment, horses graze and they readily eat various herbs while they grow. Even in the "good old days," however, not all useful herbs grew in the green pastures since each one requires a different climate. This has meant that traditionally herbs have been supplemented to the diet.

Features:

  • One of the strongest liquid devils claw extracts available
  • Natural anti-inflammatory bone and joint supplement
  • Helps support healthy joints and flexibility
  • Ideal following strenuous exercise
  • Can often be gradually reduced after a few days
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

Item Specifications:

Active Ingredient:
20% Devils Claw Aqueous/Alcoholic Extract
 
Directions for use:
Give ponies, foals and yearlings 20 ml; average-size adult horses 40 ml daily.
Can often gradually reduce dosage after a few days.

Size:  1 liter (25-50 days supply)

Precautions:
Not for use in pregnant mares.

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