Uckele Devils Claw Plus

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Uckele Devils Claw Plus

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Product Summary:

Devils Claw Plus™
 
Devils Claw Extract may help discomfort associated with normal daily exercise and activity. 

“First choice for Herbals” – Perfect Horse
“Devils Claw Plus – so highly effective”  “Our first choice in this group of products” – Horse Journal

Item Specifications:

Active Ingredients per 30 g (2 scoops):
Yucca Schidigera Extract…………..3,000 mg

Devils Claw Extract…………………..2,500 mg (standardized at 2.5% Harpagosides)

Proprietary Herbal Blend of:
Cats Claw Herb Powder, Turmeric Herb Powder, White Willow Herb Powder, Feverfew Herb Powder..…1,475 mg

Ascorbic Acid (Vit C)………1,000 mg

Grape Seed Extract………..500 mg

Boswellia……………………..500 mg

Pantothenic Acid (Vit B5)………..500 mg

 

Inactive Ingredients:Corn Distiller Grains with Solubles, Grape Seed Meal, Magnesium Silicate, Natural & Artificial Flavors.

Directions for Use: 
Use at the rate of 15 – 30 g daily.  1 level scoop = approximately 15 g (included)
 
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Wanted to give my mare a natural aid to help with joint pain
Lisa C on Nov 30, 2015
It really works. and it was on sale so I wanted to stock up.
angie w on Oct 16, 2015
My mare tore a ligament and bute bothers her stomach. This seems to help. She is a very picky eater and she likes this.
Ted G on Oct 20, 2015
Seems to be working in relieving some of the leg pain
Sherry A on Jul 1, 2015
How does this compare to devils claw plus or easy willow?
Amy Heath on Nov 27, 2015
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Best Answer: The Rapid Flex is a blend of a variety of natural herbs used for inflammation which is the cause of pain. Devils Claw is a single ingredient and may not be enough depending on the horse's issue. Easy Willow is the base ingredient of aspirin and should not be used long term due to effects on the overall health as well as stomach issues. Longer than 2 or 3 weeks is long term. It can be more effective in the short term. I have used Rapid Flex and Easy Willow with good results but for different purposes. I now supplement daily with tumeric (non-irradiated) for overall inflammation since the main purpose has resolved/healed.
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If given the 15 grams a day, how long will one container of Devil's Claw last?
CRYSTAL F on Apr 13, 2015
Best Answer: Hi crystal. At 15 gm/day you're probably looking at replenishing your stock in 60 days. I have 1 horse that does very well with it, where nothing else works & another it's like giving a placebo. Same as.as.with humans, what works for one doesn't always work for another.
Reply (1) · Report · Lisa H on Apr 13, 2015
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How many pounds is it?
Catherine R on Jul 27, 2015
Best Answer: It's two pounds
Reply · Report · Brenda S on Jul 27, 2015
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I have been using B-L Pellets on a horse with a limp. The B-L has done wonders for her! It's main ingredients are Devil's Claw and Vitamin B-12. I happened to see this product, though and it has quite a few more herbs added. I'm thinking about giving this a try this time instead of the B-L, but I would like to get some opinions about it! Do you know what the other ingredients are for or what they do?
Amy Heath on Dec 5, 2013
Best Answer: I have been giving my 27 yr old retired roping horse this product for about 4 months now with awesome results. His knees are pretty swollen from years of roping but he is much more flexible and no longer lame.
I would definitely give it a try.
Reply · Report · Kathleen C on Dec 6, 2013
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