Natural calming paste works without drugs or l-tryptophan. Works in just 2 hours, excellent for use before competition, training, and other stressful situations. Won't cause drowsiness. Feed 1 oz. of the powder daily. Contains Valerian Root. Safe in pregnancy. About $12.95 30 oz of powder.
A new homeopathic calming paste without L-tryptophan. Relaxes high-strung horses in just two hours. Horses stay alert without becoming anxious in competition or while being trained. Easy to administer, and horses like the sweet taste. Administer one tube per horse two hours prior to competition or event or administer at the rate of 1 ounce of powder per day as a top dressing on horse's feed for immediate consumption. Give 1 ounce regardless of horse's weight.About $5.95 in the paste form (one dose)
I am not sure on what page to put this product, but if
“fear” is a form of illness then adding it among the medicinal
products would be OK. Many horse folks do not believe that this product is
effective in what it claims to do. I have had several experiences with
this product and the following observation will in the best way
Horse’s behavior for most part doesn’t appear to be noticeably
changed. I presume that for this reason many folks believe that the
product doesn’t work. However, the noticeable change is apparent in the
horse when it comes to a “fear management” as I would put it. Though
I’ve never had a chance to use this product in training, racing or
showing, but only as helpful product when shoeing horses that seemed to be
afraid of the shoeing process. I believe that this product helps the horse
to control his fear and thus makes him more manageable, whenever the animal
succumbs to it. Quietex proves itself of great help, whenever one has to
handle a horse that is afraid and angry at the same time. It is very hard
to reprimand a horse that is afraid, because he will tend to get even more
panicky. This is where the product is very helpful as it helps the horse
to keep the “lid on” so to speak, when reprimanded while being afraid.
Of course we do not reprimand a horse for being afraid, but at the same
time we cannot let the fear to take over of the animal. I believe
that when showing afraid horses, especially the youngsters, or when
braking/educating horses that have abnormal fear in dealing with whatever we are
trying to teach them, this product could prove itself a savior for the
unfortunate animals. I doubt that there are any side effects, nor this
product creates dependencies since its main active ingredient is the Valerian
Root. All in all, try it, and I am sure
you’ll like it and the horse as well. Again, one has to keep in mind
that not all horses will respond to Quietex the same way. This is definitely a good
substitute for tranquilizers like Ace
(which are often abused in this way), when used in education of the
animal, training and over all handling. Quietex also does not impede the
learning process as the tranquilizers do.
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: Ignatia amara, 8X HPUS, 0.042%. Valeriana
officinalis, 8X HPUS, 0.042%. Saccharinate, 0.12%. Methyl paraben, 0.1%. Propyl
paraben, 0.05%. Aqueous Gelatin, qsad, 100%.
INGREDIENTS: Ignatia amara, Valeriana officinalis, Saccharinate, Methyl paraben, Propyl paraben, Aqueous Gelatin.
INDICATIONS: A homeopathic product containing natural ingredients to be used as an aid in calming race, show and performance horses.
DOSAGE: For race, show and performance horses, administer one full syringe or one ounce 2 hours before competitive event or as race track officials allow. For transporting horses, administer one full syringe or one ounce 2 hours prior to loading, then one full syringe every 8 hours if transporting is prolonged. Administer contents of syringe directly into the horse’s mouth on the back of the tongue or add the powdered form directly into the feed.
WARNINGS: Keep out of reach of children. Store Below 86 degrees F. Manufactured Exclusively for Equicare Products, a division of Farnam Companies, Inc. PO Box 34820, Phoenix, AZ. 85067-4820.
All my comments are merely my opinions and beliefs gained from 40 years of professional life with horses. All drugs should be used only by the consent of a veterinarian and according to his instructions. A person who is with the horse everyday, should know him better than anyone else.