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Ecuphar Cavalesse

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SRP £83.65


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For horses that suffer from sweet itch but also those who are generally itchy.
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Ecuphar Cavalesse Ecuphar Cavalesse for horses that suffer from sweet itch but also those who are generally itchy with natural products including nicotinamide which is a water soluble form of vitamin B3. Supplement and topical gel to keep skin healthy during summer months. The products Nicotinamide provides support to the immune system within the skin, protect ponies prone to allergies in spring and summer, reduces the product of histamine and improves the skin barrier by increasing the amount of natural fats in the skins surface. Instructions: Administer once daily by drawing up the correct amount of the product using the pipette and sprinkling it over a small handful of feed (not into the feed bucket) or onto a treat which you then give to your horse. Dosage: Cavalesse Oral Supplement Dilute one sachet of Cavalesse in 80ml of water. Horses and ponies weighing less than 500kg: 2ml per day / Horses weighing more than 500kg: 3ml per day This product should not be used in food producing animals.


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  • 3x20g

Key Benefits

  • Aids the management of skin problems
  • Helps to improve the skin barrier


  • Ingredients
    sodium bicarbonate 1%, magnesium sulphate, dried 1%, crude protein 0%, crude fat 0%, crude cell material 0%, crude ash 2%. sodium 0.27%.

What our vet says

What our vet says
"Sweet itch is a medical condition caused by allergic reactions to midges. This oral solution can be added to your horse's food or given with a treat to relieve the symptoms of sweet itch. If your horse doesn't have sweet itch, but is very itchy - this product can work well. Please read the instructions for this product carefully."
John Campbell - Head Veterinary Surgeon (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)
John Campbell Head Veterinary Surgeon And
Co-Founder (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)