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And by the time you finish reading this page, I am sure you will choose the best product that gives you the results you need, FOR THE BEST PRICE….
People tend to believe that if you pay more for a product, you will get the best results. The belief is that natural products are not as good as non-natural products, but that is far from the truth. Many medicines are made from plants, herbs, and things that are from natural resources, but are not marketed as natural, because of the lack of confidence by the consumer. But the irony is if asked, the consumer would rather use the more expensive brand than an all natural product to cure ailment, but also confess that they drink natural vitamins daily. So…if it is good enough for you…it is good enough for your horse.
Thousands of indigenous plants have been used since prehistoric times to treat human diseases. In the equine industries many products are deprived from natural resources and are just as effective. There is one product that comes to mind, U-Guard (Not to be confused to U-Gard). The active ingredients in U-Guard have been used as an ulcer treatment in humans for centuries. It has been in the market for over 10 years and many trainers swear by it. It not only cures the stomach ulcers and other digestive symptoms such as colic, but is used as a preventive treatment. U-Guard stimulates appetite and helps with the pain associated with ulcers, so the horse feels better as it heals. There are no side effects reported.
The traditional ulcer treatment can run from $30.00 to $60.00 per day, while U-Guard is a 30 day treatment that runs for approximately $69.00. That is a far cry from the traditional treatment cost. You don’t have to sacrifice the results by using this product…it works just as well, if not better. In today’s economical downturn, it is a good time to stretch the dollar as much as we can and get informed of all options out there.
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