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For-A-Flex Apple Psyllium

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5 lb


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10 lb


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20 lb


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Shipping weight = 6.00 lbs.



Product Summary:

For-A-Flex Apple Psyllium

Not all psyllium products are created equal. For-A-Flex Apple Psyllium provides multiple fiber sources. It is 99.9% apple-flavored pure psyllium in an easy-to-feed top dress pellet designed to aid in the treatment and prevention of sand colic.


  • Made from premium, quality psyllium seeds and husks
  • Highly palatable apple-cinnamon flavor
  • Convenient, easy-to-use pellet
  • Moves indigestible material through horses safely
  • Safe for post-operative use
  • For horses of all ages
  • Use daily or as a monthly maintenance for colic prevention
Item Specifications:

5 lb.: 20-day supply
10 lb.: 40-day supply
20 lb.: 80-day supply

Downloadable Resources
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
5 lb E005904 005 64098378 847132813944
10 lb E005904 010 64098377 847132813951
20 lb E005904 020 64098379 847132813968

Product Reviews by Customers

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Why did you choose this? Store
I use this for 1 week every month to prevent sand build up. My horse has never had an issue.
Coral K on Aug 6, 2019
Lowest price.
SARAH M on May 22, 2018
I use this for 1 week every month to prevent sand build up. My horse has never had an issue.
Coral K on Aug 6, 2019
Sand removal to avoid sand colic
RANDY S on Jul 17, 2019
Lowest price.
SARAH M on May 22, 2018
I always use this brand.
Coral K on Apr 3, 2018
best price for Psyllium Pellets
DR JILL H on Mar 27, 2018
One of the best prices on a Psyllium product that has a high percentage of actual psyllium
KyleK on Feb 8, 2018
My horses like the flavor.
Carol A on Oct 14, 2017
This is a great product. Works just as well as sand clear for a fraction of the price.
JANE F on Apr 22, 2017
My horses browse around the ground in my very sandy soil. I worry about their well-being. This product is a good preventive.
CATHLEEN S on Nov 25, 2016
STEPHANIE M on Jun 8, 2016
This product works great in our very sandy coastal areas. I use it once a month and it keeps my horses sand clear and colic free.
Shawn S on Apr 27, 2016
Horses love the taste and it does what it's suppose to! All our horses over the years have gobbled it up! We tried the licorice flavor our mustang was the only one who would it eat straight. So we went back to this!
ELISHA M on Apr 25, 2016
Use this religiously in Florida with our sandy turn out "pastures". Works, no colic issues to date- 3 years now- knock wood!
diane b on Apr 17, 2016
my horse refuses to eat other brands of psyllium. The reviews indicated this product was well tolerated
TANYA G on Feb 10, 2016
best priced psyllium around. some of the horses are not thrilled with the taste
KATHY D on Nov 30, 2015
MELBA H on Aug 31, 2015
Help prevent colic
DONNA N on Aug 11, 2015
I use powder and pellets. The pellets have been great and will use this for easy feed psyllium without having to mix it in with their feed.
JANA G on Jul 4, 2015
Works great and I have yet to have a horse that won't gobble it up
Kimberley C on May 18, 2015
Will not reorder - horses prefer Equus
SUSAN G on Apr 4, 2015
I love the value of For-A-Flex psyllium! I've been using it for years. I have never had sand colic and I live in the very hot, sandy Mohave desert. Not to mention, I still sve about $20 per 20lb bucket!
Jenn S on Mar 20, 2015
Good value and my horses like it.
Michele K on Mar 20, 2015
Use monthly, lots of sand in our sacrifice pasture
Deborah V on Feb 14, 2015
I regularly use similar products for health maintenance
SUE H on Jan 1, 2015
Psyllium is part of our feed program to prevent sand colic and, even with shipping, this is a better buy than the feed store
MARGARETE B on Nov 30, 2014
TODD H on Sep 30, 2014
A good deal to help prevent sand colic.
Amy H on Jul 31, 2014
CHERYL R on Jun 24, 2014
Free shipping and have purchased this before.
SHAREN M on Jun 16, 2014
GAIL P on Jun 12, 2014
seems to do the job as well as the higher priced products and my horses love the taste
CHERYL G on May 1, 2014
Great to keep horses colon free of sand. They love it.
MANUEL O on Apr 24, 2014
Been using it consistently, and he's healthy. Why mess with a good thing?
PETER J on Apr 21, 2014
I have 3 sand colic prone horses and this is affordable.
SONYA W on Mar 29, 2014
your cheaper than the local feed store
DARLA H on Mar 7, 2014
My horses are picky and it's the only one they will eat
A M on Mar 2, 2014
Have horses standing in corrals with sand and prevents colic!
SHARON W on Feb 18, 2014
Sand removal to avoid sand colic
RANDY S on Jul 17, 2019
I always use this brand.
Coral K on Apr 3, 2018
I see it says you can give "daily" or for 7 days daily every month. The 80 supply is what im considering. So, does the 80 day supply mean if I give oy it on a "daily" basis, or is an 80 day supply when given 7 days daily every month?
A shopper on Jul 24, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Not your exact answer but I have 6 horses and they get it the first 7 days of each month. Looking at my order history, I order 2 20 pound pales about every 75 days and I do that about 5 days before I run out. So apparently 2 20 pound pales last my six horses 80 actual days when receiving it 7 days a month. Hope that helps.
How much fat and protine?
A shopper on Jun 28, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Crude Protein 3.0%
Crude Fat 0.5%
How much do you feed daily or if you do week sand clearing each month ?
A shopper on Feb 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Typically 4 ounces a day is fed to average-size horses. The most common way to use psyllium is one week per month, but it can depend on your situation.
It says this product is 99.9% pure apple flavored psyllium. Not so on the label. Marketing faux pas?
I can see why this question was asked before!
A shopper on Jun 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I didn't taste it but my horse ate it.
Is it 100% psyllium?
A shopper on Nov 15, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Don't think so. The "Guaranteed analysis" on the label says
Crude Protein, min 3.0%
Crude Fat, min 0.5%
Crude Fiber, Max 8.0%