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ESS Abdominal Shoots

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First aid for acute stomach problems: ESS Abdominalis Shoots

✓ quickly support the gastrointestinal tract
✓ applicable for acute complaints
✓ for prevention during travel, tournaments and stable changes
✓ for diarrhoea, faecal water and feeling unwell
✓ Doping-free - FEI & ADMR compliant

Gastrointestinal problems can affect any horse, because the horse's sensitive gastrointestinal tract can quickly become unbalanced: stressful situations such as tournaments or changing stables can upset horses' stomachs, as can severe weather changes, changes in feed, illnesses, etc Worm treatments.
Indigestion, diarrhea and fecal water, stomach ulcers and possibly even colic can result.
Toxic waste products from metabolism can also change the pH value of the stomach and lead to short-term and unpleasant hyperacidity. The horse's general well-being is disturbed.

How do ESS abdominal shoots work?

ESS Abdominalis Shoots contain a particularly quickly digestible paste made from brewer's yeast (Saccharomyces Cerevisiae), valuable oils, as well as important vitamins, minerals and trace elements, as well as bentonite. The ingredients offer quick support for gastrointestinal problems, help regulate the acid balance and can be administered both preventively and in acute cases.
The practical syringe is ideal for storage, is always ready to hand and is easy to administer: injected directly into the mouth, the first signs of gastrointestinal problems can be reliably contained.

When does my horse need ESS Abdominalis Shoots?

ESS Abdominalis Shoots can be used as a preventive measure to provide support in stressful situations (travel, tournaments, changing stables) or in acute cases of digestive problems. The viscous paste is suitable for sport and leisure horses of all ages.

Applicable, among other things, to:

  • when changing feed, as well as grazing and grazing
  • for general stress & nervousness
  • for diarrhea & fecal water problems
  • if you are prone to colic
  • with stomach hyperacidity
  • for gassing and incorrect fermentation
  • in case of irritation of the gastric mucosa
  • for aftercare for stomach ulcers
  • after illnesses or operations
  • to stabilize the intestinal flora after drug treatment
  • in older horses to promote digestion


Product Information

Know what's inside: We use highly concentrated active ingredients to keep the daily feeding amount as low as possible. This means you can get by with your product for a long time.

Application & dosage

Large horses: 1 applicator per day (50 ml) - distributed over up to 2 applications

Riding ponies: 1/2 applicator per day (25-30 ml) - distributed over up to 2 applications

ESS Abdominalis Shoots should not be administered at the same time as antibiotics/medications without consulting a veterinarian. Due to the toxin-binding ingredients in the shoot, the effect of the antibiotic/medication can be reduced.

Supplementary feed does not represent a replacement for a needs-based, varied feeding and performance-oriented training of the horse.
The specified recommended (daily) dose should not be exceeded without consulting a treating veterinarian.

Ingredients & Composition

Composition:
Carbonated algae lime, linseed oil, safflower oil, sunflower oil, brewer's yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae), dextrose, sodium bicarbonate

Analytical components:
Crude protein 4.90%, crude fat 48.50%, crude ash 29.25%, crude fiber 0.10%, moisture 1.50%, sodium 1.94%, calcium 5.20%, magnesium 0.98%, phosphorus 0 .14%, lysine 0.32%

Additives per kg:
Nutritional physiological additives: Vitamin E (3a700) 10,000 mg, Choline chloride (3a890) 10,670 mg
Zootechnical additives: Saccharomyces cerevisiae MUCL 39885 (4b1710) 41.7x1010 CFU
Technological additives: Bentonite -Montmorillonite (1m558i) 20,000 mg, silica (E551a), liquid Lecithins (1c322i)

Tournament sports & doping

This product is 100% doping-free (tested according to FEI / ADMR control guidelines). The feeding recommendations and information on dosage must be adhered to.