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Wild Fed Stomach Soother


Wild Fed Stomach Soother - For the prevention and treatment of stomach ulcers

Often the cause of ulcers in horses is stress such as moving to a new location, lots of trailer travel, not eating often enough, competition etc. It is important to address the cause of the stress in addition to repairing the damaged tissues so the ulcer does not continually return. 

Ingredients: Organic Marshmallow root, Chia, Organic Kelp, Organic Chamomile, Organic Licorice Root, Organic Anise, Organic Meadowsweet, Love and Prayers

Ingredients and their uses:

  • Marshmallow -- is mucilaginous meaning it creates a slime that coats the stomach and small intestine creating a protective barrier (it works much the same as slippery elm but is from a more sustainable source)
  • Chia -- also mucilaginous and is a great source of omega 3's which help to reduce inflammation
  • Kelp -- mucilaginous and rich in minerals and vitamins needed for repairing gut lining
  • Chamomile -- this helps to dispel gas, calms nervous system, and is mildly anti-inflammatory
  • Licorice - mucilaginous, reduces inflammation and helps to support the adrenals which help the body to respond to stress
  • Anise -- help to dispel gas and bloating
  • Meadowsweet -- this provides pain relief, reduces inflammation and tightens tissues in stomach and intestines


For prevention of stomach ulcers and healing leaky gut: 1 tbsp 2x/day

For active ulcers: 2 tbsp 2x/day for 1 week then reduce to 1 tbsp 2x/day for 3 weeks

Can be beneficial for the following Gastrointestinal conditions:

  • Stomach ulcers
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Leaky gut
  • Inflammation in the lining of the stomach
  • Ulcerative colitis

Other body systems that can benefit:

  • Dry cough
  • Inflammation in lungs
  • Inflammation in urinary tract


"My snarky gelding seems to be a much happier camper since starting this supplement. I actually had tears in my eyes because of his demeanor yesterday. Thank you for this product. I'm praying this is the key to his comfort and happiness."

Rebecca B - Fort Collins, CO 

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Wild Fed Stomach Soother

Stomach Soother 1 lb     $69.95 

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Beet-E-Bites Cookies and Cookie Crumbles (to top dress for making meals more palatable)  Also take a look at  Equi-Pockets, made by Beet-e-Bites, with a special pocket for administering medications.


All are low in %NSC -- perfect for all horses and especially those that need to be on a low sugar/low starch feeding regimen.

Chock Full'a Chia Biscuits - as a treat or as a convenient, tasty way to add chia to your horse's diet. High in Omega 3s, low in sugar/starch.

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