This blend is traditionally used to maintain a calm and comfortable stomach. Some horses do get a little uncomfortable in this area and will attempt to fill their stomachs with air to try and get back to normal. This may be particularly noticeable after eating hard feed at any time of day because of the discomfort that starts at such times. In other horses there may be no clear link between feeding and behavioural problems.
Many nutrients can help horses in such situations but those in ‘AntiSuck’ are particularly effective. Sometimes horses get used to gulping air down and the issue lies in the ‘mind’ but almost always there is a more rational explanation.
Get some good advice from your vet and behaviourist and after this you may find that a little ‘AntiSuck’ is a great help for normal stomach acid levels. The use of AntiSuck can help you and your vet decide whether you are dealing with a digestive or a psychological issue.
Sometimes horses may also bite on stable doors or trees and fences. If they are eating wood this may be linked to a lack of minerals and you need to feed GlobalVite.
Amla, Fenugreek, Liquorice, Creat, Trailing Eclipta, Hurricane Weed, Pig Weed, Chebulic Myrobalan.