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Horse Colic

The Reasoning Behind Feeding ColiClenz™ Plus in 10 Week Cycles

It is understandable that many people do not know the reasoning behind the 10 week regimen. This is new science developed by PHP Pellets. Academic research has established the quantity and frequency of the product for use by the general horse owner to help avoid equine colic. This information is not yet widely known, therefore it is not fully understood by many consultant animal healers. It takes time and opportunity to introduce this science.

Most psyllium seed husk products presently available for your horse are dosed as human products, in small doses given regularly. Give some thought to the length and breadth of your torso, and the barrel of the horse. There is a huge difference, with a lot of intestinal area to cover if a psyllium seed husk treatment is chosen.

  • PHP Pellets recommends a reasonably large ration of psyllium seed husk, which is mixed with a feed to provide the carrier of the operative material to the digestive tract.
  • The ration increases daily for 5 days.

It has been proven through PHP Pellets' research on the horse's digestive tract that the repetitive cycle of the horse's system of creating enzymes to process newly introduced food fed on a regular basis is between 7 to 10 weeks will be most helpful in avoiding colic in horses.

ColiClenz™ Plus is used on a 10 week cycle, engineered to cleanse the horse's gut, according to the behavior of the caecum.

Psyllium is a grain, a natural type of feed for a horse.

Nutritionally, psyllium seed husk does not offer the horse any protein, mineral or vitamin advantage.

Psyllium seed husk has properties which aid and assist the cleansing of the digestive tract, and through a regular regimen on the timeline of the horse's system, it will maintain the cleanliness created by the initial use of the product and helping avoid horse colic.


Use too little psyllium seed husk, and it will be wasted because of the internal volume of the gut.

Use too much psyllium seed husk, and it has the potential to gel too quickly, creating an obstruction.

Use psyllium seed husk too regularly, and the horse's digestive tract will educate itself to create an enzyme to process the product into a "food" source.

Use psyllium seed husk for too long an interval and you will not harm the horse, but more importantly it will not maintain the cleanliness of the gut to a standard of productivity, i.e., maintain the high absorption of the nutritional value of the feed given the horse. It may not have the added value or effect of removing the bad bacteria or toxins from the system, thus leaving the horse exposed to impending illness.

ColiClenz™ Plus


  • PHP Pellets has developed a new science, not widely known or understood… yet
  • Most psyllium seed husk products available for the horse are dosed as human products, in small doses given regularly
  • Compare your torso to the barrel of the horse, and note the difference
  • PHP Pellets recommends larger rations of psyllium seed husk, mixed with a carrier
  • The ration increases daily for 5 days to help avoid equine colic
  • C2+ should be fed on a 10 week regimen for best results in avoiding colic in horses
  • Psyllium is a grain
  • Psyllium seed husk aids in the cleaning of the horse's gut and helping to avoid horse colic
  • Too little psyllium seed husk is a waste
  • Too much psyllium seed husk has the potential to cause an obstruction
  • Psyllium seed husk fed too regularly causes the GI tract to process the product as a “food" source
  • Using psyllium seed husk for long intervals will not maintain cleanliness of the gut
  • Use C2+ on a 10 week regimen to properly cleanse the horse's gut and remove bad bacteria and toxins from the horse's system