(26 grams / 0.9 ounces / 2 tablespoons) contains:
Introduce gradually over a two week period to a concentrated dose of ½ scoop per 300 lbs body weight. Mix with food.
After 30 − 60 days it may be possible to reduce intake to ¼ scoop per 300lbs body weight.
67% Recommend this product (2 of 3 responses)
By Triple D.
Review for Recovery EQ (2.2 lb.)
April 24, 2016
Excellent, use it on my rescue Belgian who came to me with issues with is feet and joints.
Highly Recommended for Ringbone!
October 19, 2011
My 27 year old mare was diagnosed with high ringbone about 4 months ago and was walking short and painfully. It affected her whole disposition and she became very quiet and not wanting to move around too much. The ringbone diagnosis and resulting prognosis devastated me and it broke my heart seeing my outgoing, bold, bossy mare acting this way. In the 27 years I'd owned her, she's never been sick, lame, or down in any way and now in her senior years, she seemed to be fading. After discussing it with my vet, I decided to forego the joint injections and paste bute everyday, and opted for supplemental treatment instead. I started her on an HA supplement and a "natural bute" liquid immediately. I seen little improvement with just these two products and a few weeks later a friend of mine told me about Recovery EQ. I was at a point where I wanted to "cure" this ringbone although I had been told there was no cure and that it would only get worse. I hated seeing my mare in such a depressed state and I made a promise to her that we'd lick this problem and I'd make it better for her. I ordered Recovery EQ that very day and added it to her other supplements about 5 days later. It's been about 40 days since she started EQ and as each day has gone by, I've noticed more and more free movement in her gaits and her happy, bossy disposition and attitude has returned. She looks better and feels better and has that twinkle in her eyes again. She's walking easily again (and trotting!) and while I have my doubts that she'll be galloping around the pasture anytime soon, I'm just happy that she strides out again and there isn't any more limping or gimpiness. I'm going to keep her on EQ for as long as she needs it. It has truly made a huge difference in my mare's life.
By Cathy H.
October 10, 2008
My horse foundered 2 years ago and I've been struggling ever since to keep her sound. Tried every type of remedy known! Ran across this by accident on the internet and 6 weeks later and she is moving like a champ. I am amazed!
Questions and Answers
1 Question & 1 Answer
from Mocksville, NC asked:
December 1, 2014
If your horse has been on this for a few months, are you able to cut back to giving Recovery everyother day?
While the directions do state that you can reduce the daily dosage for a horse after the first few weeks, there is no guidance on reducing the dosage further after 60 days. I would recommend that you keep the regular dose- but if you feel that you are unable to do so, you can try to taper off to giving the formula every other day and see how your horse responds. If your horse seems to be doing fin on this reduced dosage, feel free to continue with this change.
Submitted by: Customer Service on December 1, 2014