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Cur-OST EQ Tri-GUT; Balancing the Equine Digestive Microbiome

The digestive microbiome in the horse is a crucial organ system within an organ system that impacts health and soundness.  This ‘unseen’ population of microorganisms when in balance is vital for overall health, proper digestion, performance, recovery, and healing.  Unfortunately, too many horses experience upset in this region, leading to a dysbiosis or imbalance.  Is this potentially the reason why your horse continues to have colic symptoms, poor digestion, metabolic disturbances, and fails to thrive and recover?  Cur-OST EQ Tri-GUT is a unique, research supported solution, that just may be the solution you are seeking for your horse. 


More recent research in equine medicine indicates that horses are not too dissimilar from people in that they too, experience imbalances in the digestive microbiome.  These imbalances contribute highly to many of the ongoing, chronic health ailments that are seen in the equine population.

The main contributors to the imbalance or dysbiosis include:

  1. Diet
  2. Stress
  3. Chronic inflammatory conditions
  4. Genetic contributors
  5. Medications

An imbalance or dysbiosis can strongly contribute to:

  1. Poor digestion
  2. Colic symptoms
  3. Irritable bowel conditions  (gas, diarrhea/constipation)
  4. Poor body condition
  5. Poor hoof condition
  6. Poor tendon healing
  7. Allergies
  8. Uveitis
  9. Joint conditions
  10. Behavioral conditions
  11. Impaired performance and recovery
  12. Impaired immune response (allergies, EPM, Lyme)

Does your horse fit into any of the above categories??

If you are like many other horse owners, your horse experiences some problems that could be linked back into the digestive microbiome.  For years the problem has been revealed in research, but solutions have not been as quick.  The most common solutions utilized include probiotics, which could potentially create more harm than good, considering the vastness of the bacterial population in the digestive tract.  This might explain why so many owners that utilize these products fail to achieve the desired level of improvement.

Is there a better solution for improving the balance of the microbiome?

The digestive microbiome is a delicate and complex organ system that requires several different approaches simultaneously and consistently to promote balance.  There is no ‘one’ fix but most therapy programs benefit from a targeted approach to the digestive tract.

Cur-OST EQ Tri-GUT; A Cornerstone in any Digestive Health Program

No matter what approach is taken or what therapies are initiated, in order to restore balance to the microbiome, it must be fed properly and supported.

Cur-OST EQ Tri-GUT provides several angles of therapy:

  • Promotes a healthy digestive inflammatory response
  • Promotes a healthy balance of microorganisms in the digestive tract
  • Natural anti-microbial properties to reduce harmful bacteria
  • Natural source of prebiotics to support healthy bacterial growth
  • Promotes a healthy digestive environment which fosters proper bacterial growth

Five Potent and Critical Ingredients to Promote Balance:

  • Terminalia chebula
  • Terminalia bellerica
  • Phyllanthus emblica
  • Humulus lupulus
  • Saccharomyces cervesiae

Cur-OST EQ Tri-GUT is a part of our daily rehabilitation program in every equine patient, helping us to restore balance to the critical digestive tract.  Through achieving balance in the microbiome and promoting a healthy inflammatory response, the patients are on their way to a full recovery.

Cur-OST EQ Tri-GUT is backed by our clinical research and further reinforced by research data on the herbs themselves, stretching over hundreds of years.

If you are struggling with your horse, failing to achieve the recovery and state of health that you are seeking, add Cur-OST EQ Tri-Gut to your regimen.  Balance and support the microbiome and the body is in a better position to heal and recover!

Learn more about Cur-OST EQ Tri-GUT!

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