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Most psyllium seed husk products presently available for horses are dosed as human products: in small doses given regularly. Consider the length and breadth of your own torso compared to the barrel of the horse. There is a significant difference. A horse's digestive tract runs 72 feet long. When utilizing the natural remedy of psyllium seed husk to clean a horse’s digestive tract, there is a lot of intestinal area to clean and protect. This necessitates a more intense regimen than would be used for a human body.
PHP Pellets recommends a reasonably large ration of psyllium seed husk, which is incorporated into a horse’s normal feed. Psyllium is a grain offering considerable soluble fiber properties. Nutritionally, psyllium seed husk does not offer the horse any protein, mineral, or vitamin advantage. A horse’s food serves to offer the nutritional benefits while acting as a carrier of the operative material to the digestive tract. The ration of pellets increases daily over five days. PHP Pellets' research has discovered that feeding psyllium seed husk on a consistent basis every 7-10 weeks proves most effective in avoiding horse colic.
Academic research has established the quantity and frequency of the product for use by the general horse owner to help avoid equine colic.
Hygroscopic: it absorbs water into the cells of the product and holds it.
Gelatinous: The raw product is not a starch as are most grains. It turns into a jelly-type material. The cells absorb the molecules of water contained in any surrounding area. Even the moisture in air will eventually activate the cells. Once activated, they swell and turn into a soft, jelly-like substance which, when introduced to other material such as sand, sticks, stones, feed products, hair, etc., will blend them within the gel and contain the foreign material so it does not contribute to producing colic in your horse.