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OralX Divine Equine Paste

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OralX Divine Equine Paste


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Product Summary:

OralX Divine Equine Paste
(product formerly known as OralX® Calm and Cool Paste)
Please note: This product is undergoing a rolling name and label change.

Mellow out a hot horse right on the spot with Divine Equine paste. This special formula contains a blend of six calming herbs and the key ingredient, L-tryptophan. L-tryptophan is an essential amino acid that cannot be synthesized by the body but is essential for proper nervous system function.
  • This calming agent is perfect for anxious horses before travel and showing.
  • Conveniently dose as needed with the cherry flavored paste filled 34 gram syringe.
5% L-tryptophan, Valerian Root, Black Cohosh, Passion Flower, Ginger Root, Hops, Wood Betony, Cherry Extract for Flavoring, Benzol Alcohol .05%, Sorbic Acid as a Preservative, Xanthan Gum.
Guaranteed Analysis:
L-tryptophan        5% / 1.7 gm
Directions for Use:
Administer directly from the oral-dose syringe onto the back of the animal's tongue two to four hours prior to competition or transporting.

Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wonderful calmer I took my high-strung mare to a Christmas parade. Her normal self would be prancing around, but since i gave her this she was excellent! She was very calm, and just looked around like "eh, whatever." I gave this to her at about 5 hours prior to the event and it was still working when we left December 11, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Really happy with this product It really help my young horse have a good experience with the farrier after have some very bad ones. November 8, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Didn't work for my gelding. I feed the pellet twice daily to my 9 yr old western pleasure show gelding that gets nervous i trailers and ne places. I gave this as directed and it made no difference. August 15, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Doest want to be left I tried this after reading a few reviews on my 6 year old quarter horse... he usually goes nuts if i take his paddock friend away but after using this he just laid down and took a nice dirt bath even with he out of his sight ...LOL, I'd say yup it works...LOL..I will use it again in fact soon... February 23, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Doesn't work!! I got this for my 11year old Thorough Quarter Arab gelding to see if it will help him, since he gets nervous being trailered and competing, but it did absolutly nothing! He acted a little more nervous then without it. I've tried the pellet and was hoping this one would do the trick, but it did nothing also. Plus, I've tried dubbling it with no effect besides making him kind of sick. January 14, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by its a good product i've been using the calm and cool pellets for 5 years now on my horse. and at shows i'd give him one dose every 4 hours and it took the edge off but i wanted to try the paste and see how that worked so i did. and the pellets seemed to make my horse look drugged but the paste didnt. i felt like the paste slowed his heart rate more when we'd be about to barrel race but the pellets seemed to chill him out more over all. but its a great product, if it wasnt invented i prolly wouldnt be doing as good as i am in barrels. thanks! (: August 10, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by calm & Cool Great item! We mixed a tube with feed for our Arabian Mare 2 hours before and she was cool & calm! Effect lasted for 4 hours. If you have a nervous horse for tralering, showing or what ever your needs might be I highly recommend. We are now using the pellets calm and cool and seems to settle her. August 1, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pretty good stuff Well some others may have training ussies that no supplement is going to solve!! But for my horse whom is very well trained it helped him stay pretty darn calm!! When he would normally be chomping at the bit!! Used for parades riding sidesaddle!! July 10, 2010
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Judith G on Mar 4, 2015
was told to try this on my pasofino as an alternative morning calmer
Angela J on Feb 1, 2014
have used this product and feel it helps.
Mary M on Mar 27, 2014
how long to kick in and how long does it last?
Dalton W on Oct 28, 2014
Best Answer: Starts to work in about 15 minutes for my horse and last around 4 hours but he isn't horrible to begin with, so I am assuming each horse would be a little different. Instead we like using the pellets morning and evening during competition season with him, keeps him at more of an even balance. And if he is a little extra silly we just give him some more after we get to a show. You can mix it in a little feed. They love the taste and will also eat the pellets right out of your hand.
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How long does it last?
A shopper on Oct 28, 2014
Best Answer: Give it 2 hours before and it will last 8 hours. I love it. The calm and cool pellets are easier for most of horses that won't take paste.
Reply · Report · Catherine P on Oct 28, 2014
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how long does it have an effect?
dave v on Mar 14, 2015
Best Answer: Up to 24 hours. Administer two to four hours prior to competitions, transportation, or other known stressful events.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Mar 16, 2015
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