Navy Bird Maintains Weight w/Natural Plan Stomach Soother
You walk out to the barn to find your beloved thoroughbred breeding stallion is a three-legged lame. The vet discovers a pebble under his sole, pressing on the coffin bone. Ugh. Following surgery, the horse must be on high doses of anti-inflammatory medications and antibiotics during a minimum of six weeks of stall rest. You get the stallion home, and to top it all off, he looks at his food and refuses to eat.
You are loathe to burden the horse with yet another pharmaceutical – not to mention burdening your budget. You do some research and come across Natural Plan Stomach Soother™ (NPSS) and Presto! One dose and the stallion eats. Your cost of digestive distress treatment drops to around $50 a month versus what pharmaceuticals cost. On top of that, your horse takes NPSS from the dosing syringe as if it were a treat. Your horse is happy, you’re happy.
This is what happened to Julia B. owner/manager of Nonesuch Farm inNokesville,Virginiaand her stallion “Navy Bird”. After six weeks of recovery, he had not lost one pound. “I recommend Natural Plan Stomach Soother™ to anyone with a horse on medication and stall confinement,” she says.
Others have found NPSS useful for relieving stomach ulcers, stopping diarrhea, reducing cribbing, helping hard keepers gain weight, eliminating foal scours, easing weaning & restoring appetites. The severe digestive problems associated with some of the newest EPM meds can be pre-empted if the horse is concurrently dosed with Natural Plan Stomach Soother.
NPSS triggers a thickening of the mucous lining in the esophagus & stomach strengthening the natural defenses against excessive digestive acid. It is this acid that may lead to ulcers. This mucous thickening also protects the digestive system when exposed to harsh non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
In addition, Natural Plan Stomach Soother™ has the enzyme papain which closely resembles our own digestive enzyme pepsin. This permits a horse with a compromised digestive system build or maintain weight. Papain also helps the horse break down its food more efficiently, and in the correct part of the gut for water absorption which helps stop diarrhea or the killing of “good” gut bacteria by antibiotics.
Non-natural remedies have several drawbacks. In addition to their high cost, the acid reducing drugs can lead to an over-population of “bad” bacteria, such as salmonella, which would normally be killed by normal acid levels. This, in turn, sets the horse up for repeated bouts of colic. The magnesium/calcium drugs can, over a long time, lead to metabolic imbalances and make the horse prone to azutoria (“tieing up”). These drugs are also unpalatable which make giving them to your horse a chore, if not dangerous. Horses love the thick consistency and sweet taste of Natural Plan Stomach Soother™ so much that it makes it an ideal medium for giving unpalatable meds.
For Julia B., Natural Plan Stomach Soother kept her stallion “Navy Bird” at his best even after 6 weeks of stall rest and for a fraction of the cost of traditional meds. She’s on the plan and happy that she is.