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Equine Colic Relief (ECR) - An All Natural Product

The shelf life on Equine Colic Relief to date is 14 years. It has not failed to end a bout of Colic or receive less than100% efficiency rating from all our clients since we first tested it on our own horses in 1996.

4 Part Patented Ingredients:
Potassium, Calcium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Kelp, Vitamin D, Peppermint Oil, Purified Water, Irish Sea Moss, Glycerine, Sobitol, and Molasses for flavor.

ECR includes a 60cc Plastic Oral Syringe and Instruction Sheet. One bottle is designed to stop a normal bout of colic in any age Equine, over 200 lbs. and 1/2 bottle in Equines, under 200 lbs. ECR is administered by filling and placing the 60cc Oral Syringe, on the back of their tongue as you, do with wormer. The ingredients used to make ECR are completely natural (occurring in nature), not chemical based, lethal or poisonous in origin. ECR is safe for use in any age Breeding Stallion, Pregnant (at any trimester) or Lactating mares including Donkeys, Mules, Zebras, Draft, Normal size and Miniature Horses.

The natural ingredients in ECR were found to be indestructible, require no refrigeration, and its shelf life is FOURTEEN years. The lab that tested ECR from 1997-1999 selected 2 bottles and froze one to 32 degrees then thawed it and heated the other to 102 degrees and cooled it. They coded these bottles and sent them out to two test farms in the study. They regained full integrity and when used on two test horses, effectively stopped each bout. We recommend storing the soft plastic bottle indoors in a cool and dry place! Never leave the bottle in temperatures over 110 degrees or under 32 degrees or it could contort or crack.

A Clinical definition of constipation (colic) in equines

Previous studies on ionic solutions established them as acids, bases and salts that exist suspended in fluids. In horses when the longitudinal and circular muscle layers lining the bowels become dehydrated, these solutions die and destabilize conductive energy within the cells.

Motility (movement) then slows or goes into a state of stasis, ingesta impacts and a bout of constipation (colic) clinically begins. 90%+/- of horses in this condition that die, after being treated by a vet, upon a postmortem exam, had a simple ingesta impaction that formed within the Pelvic Flexure.

The following conclusions were reached on each part, its process and effect within the body, using the written records and visual observations of 8 observers during 31 bouts of colic.

Part 1 and its process in the formula was acquired from the research notes of the Doctor of Marine Biology who developed it. He concluded as it was quickly absorbed by samples of hard dead organic or inorganic tissue, food, grass, dirt, etc. it reduced them to a pudding consistency causing no further degradation of each sample as the process within it ended.

Part 2 and its process, drew fluid into the dehydrated bowels. Dehydration halted Motility before or after each impaction formed and destroyed ionic solutions. As the process ended, hydrated bowels were ready for replacement solutions, gums turned pink, but no movement was noted until the process in Part 3 began.

The Process in Part 3 restored necessary ionic solutions to regain Motility. This was noted by bowel sounds, returning or growing stronger within an average of 10-30 minutes. Bowel activity continued to increase every 20-40 minutes, indicating this was the final process needed to end the bout as the softened impaction, gas and other bowel contents passed from the anus.

The Process in Part 4, as the body integrated with it, throughout a bout, continued to dissipate and pass excess methane gas and relieve distention and pressure as visually noted by a reduction in a subjects distended abdomen. As the gorged bowel distend outward, crushing of the blood supply to adjoining organs, the dying nerve endings within these organs will increase abdominal pain levels. We instructed observers how to measure this factor so it could be added into our final evaluation by setting it on a scale of 1 for mild discomfort to 10 exhibiting violent behavior with mutilation. Visually what occurred in impaction subjects as distended abdomens returned to a normal state, pain subsided and various amounts of gas were passed even after a bout ended.

This was not evident in subjects with gas colic who passed gas, returned to good health the 1-2 hours latter passed normal manure indicating the bout was not impaction based.

During the 31 bouts, bowel motility returned to normal within 10-30 minutes, bouts ended within 52-200 minutes and each horse quickly returned to good health. The urine and blood samples tested clean of drugs in each subject and 6 subjects had a bout of impaction colic before a show or race the competed in after their bout ended!

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