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Gas-Ease Activated Charcoal is a vegetable form of carbon, made from ground coconut shells.

Activated Charcoal is an inert material and cannot react to, with or against any other material. This particular product is manufactured for the pharmaceutical industry, so you can be assured of a "top quality" product.

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Gas-Ease™ has well and truly landed.

You can purchase your Gas-Ease straight from me using my products page. Alternatively, here is a list of retail stores that are now stocking this wonderful product.

Drum Feeds
Danderhall
Edinburgh
Scotland
0131 654 2185
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David Conchie Saddlery
Carnoustie
Scotland
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Be Gone With Wind Poem

Be Gone With
The Wind

'Be gone with the wind' with our Gas-Ease If your horse could talk he'd say "yes please" The build-up of gas causes such pain To see him suffer puts us under strain.......please read full poem here

Be Gone With Wind Poem

What people have to say about Gas-Ease

Please take a look at what people are saying about their experiences with Gas-Ease.


Everyday looks more positive as he regains his strength. One thing I never forget is his 15ml of Gas-Ease every day.

Elizabeth Willetts

"It was a miracle that for the first time in years he didn't feel the need to suck on his door which he always did."

Leanne Edwards


"StabelLabel's Gas-Ease is a tremendous product. My story about it will echo others. And I tell everyone I meet about how it saved Fahadd, literally."

Beck Andros & Fahadd Seattle, Washington United States


"I am just so pleased I have found this product - it has certainly made Puzzle's life and my own life a lot easier "
Lynn Bradwell, Co.Durham

"It arrived the next day. Three days later Murphy was symptom free. Within a week he was out on grass 24/7 - no gas build-up at all"
Sandra Sloan

"We have felt far more confident coping post operatively having found Gas-Ease. He will be given this product for the rest of his life"
Nikki Usher

What people have to say about Gas-Ease

What people have to say about Gas-Ease

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Gas-Ease from Stable Label reduce the symptoms of colic

The build-up of gas in the horse's gut can cause all sorts of problems, one of the worst being colic. Does your horse have any of these symptoms:

IS HE BLOATED AND IN PAIN?
DOES HE HAVE TO HAVE RESTRICTED GRAZING?
IS HE MISERABLE AND DEPRESSED?
HAS HIS EXERCISE ROUTINE SUFFERED OR MAYBE STOPPED?
HAVE YOU HAD TO GIVE UP COMPETING?
HAS THE GAS BUILD-UP LED TO MORE SERIOUS PROBLEMS?

Above are just some of the problems facing the owners of horses who get bloated due to excess gas build-up in the gut. Often it is caused by grass, but can be caused by a number of other things too.

If we sit and think about it for a while, what would we do for ourselves if we were bloated with gas? Well there are a number of treatments, from drinking boiled water to taking medication or natural remedies. One of the remedies used by many people, including myself, is charcoal capsules. I will explain more about charcoal later.

If we have a bad stomach ache sometimes it can help to vomit and get rid of whatever is causing the ache. But it's not so easy for horses.

Shaun
Happy Shaun


CAN'T WE GIVE OUR HORSES SOMETHING TO MAKE THEM VOMIT?

Unfortunately not. Some people may not know, but horses cannot vomit.

Horses have a band of muscle around the oesophagus as it enters the stomach. This band works as a one-way valve. Food passes down the oesophagus into the stomach as the valve relaxes, but when it squeezes down on the opening, it cuts off the passage for food going back up. In horses, this muscle closes so powerfully they simply can't vomit.

Also, the oesophagus meets the stomach at an angle, which enhances the cut-off function when the horse's stomach is bloated with food or gas. Then, the stomach wall pushes against the valve, closing the oesophagus off even more completely.

One huge problem for horses is gas build-up in the gut. Horses can gas-up for various reasons, but one of the most common reasons is grass. Yes - a horse's favourite and most natural food can cause the most debilitating pain, sometimes leading to more severe and extremely life-threatening problems.

One of those problems is gas-induced or gastric colic.


Please Note:
I am only referring to the colic that may be brought on by the build-up of gas in the gut and no other colic

I am only touching slightly on colic and how to spot symptoms. Your vet will be able to give you as much information as you need on colic and as well as that there is an abundance of information available on the Internet on the subject.

This site is predominantly about gas build-up and how to maintain a healthy digestive system in your horse.


Gassing-up in the gut is extremely painful and CAN, but may not necessarily, lead to colic in varying degrees of severity. Colic is one of the most dangerous and costly equine medical conditions which is estimated to occur in one out of every 10 horses each year and is believed to be the number one killer of horses.


COLIC IS EXTREMELY DANGEROUS IF NOT TREATED PROPERLY

If you suspect that your horse is suffering from colic, you must consult your veterinarian immediately. Just for your reference, here are some signs of colic:

pawing the ground
sweating
looking around at the belly
restlessness
lack of appetite
stamping the hind feet
lying down


WITH MORE SEVERE, UNRELENTING PAIN, HORSES MAY:

paw the ground violently
appear drawn up or bloated in the belly
suffer from muscle tremors or straining
stretch out and relax their penis without urinating (males) and kick violently
sweat profusely
lie down and get up frequently
roll or lie on their backs
sit on haunches like a dog
have an elevated or below normal (with shock setting in ) temperature
have an increased respiration rate
have an elevated heart rate
have few or no gut sounds.

I STRESS AGAIN - IF YOU THINK YOUR HORSE HAS COLIC, DO NOT TRY TO SELF-TREAT - CALL YOUR VET IMMEDIATELY

What led me to my search for a product to ease gas build-up?,
go to 'My Drive' page and find out how Gas-Ease was born.

Full Real Life Story Here

Dear StableLabel

StabelLabel's Gas-Ease is a tremendous product. My story about it will echo others. And I tell everyone I meet about how it saved Fahadd, literally.

In the spring of 2010, I was riding Fahadd, a 14-yr old, never sick, firecracker Arabian gelding, when he nearly buckled to the ground from the trot. Within minutes, he was standing calm again. Weeks later, I found him with an injured eye, as if he'd cast himself that night-but nothing was broken or revealed what occurred. We treated the eye. But he was now rolling more, and would drop to the ground in the pasture and lay still for long periods, always uncomfortable. Riding was soon out of the question. Over the past 2 years, he had recurring gas colics-a year between the first and second episodes, then 6 months again, and then almost every 5-7 days like clockwork. My vet took x-rays, tested for small strongyle infestation, performed a belly tap to release a lot of fluid at a bad point, did ultrasounds, blood work, and even tested for salmonella. The only finding was a very slight thickening in the wall of his small intestine. We put him on anti-inflammatories for pain, added Yea-Sacc live yeast culture for gas, fed carefully in small amounts, added Ulcer Guard. The pain abated some but the gas kept on. I got good at predicting an attack. He'd get this dull eye, his tail up like a pain flag, trot across the pasture to the next spot to sink to the ground. Then repeat: hour after hour. I researched as much as I could-nothing helpful about treating gas specifically..........please read the full story


 


 

This page covers what Gas-Ease can do for your Horse or pet when having problems with Colic, Gasing up and other digestive issues. Activated Charcoal can absorb toxins like no other substance. Pure inert carbon from a quality source such as ground coconut shells offers a premium quality product to all animal lovers.