Originally Posted by DaysofThunder
That's very interesting since there are a lot of supplements out there that have devil's claw in them.
I thought it was interesting too. But, this was still one of the few nutraceuticals that most vets would try because there have actually been studies that show it works in horses. You just wouldn't use it in horses that would already be more prone to ulcers (high grain, stressful living conditions, hotter horses, etc). I'm thinking about using it for my mare, but I will be doing more research first.