Frequently Asked Questions

Equine 74 Gastric

Equine 74 Gastric vs. Omeprazole

When should I use Omeprazole instead of Equine74 Gastric?

If you suspect your horse has ulcers, call your veterinarian. They will be able to properly diagnose the problem and determine if your horse requires treatment with a prescription medication such as Omeprazole. Equine74 Gastric IS NOT a treatment for ulcers. Once your horse has been successfully treated for ulcers, use the Equine74 Gastric supplement to help maintain healthy acid levels in your horse’s stomach.

What is the difference between Equine 74 Gastric and Omeprazole?

Omeprazole inhibits the proton pump that produces stomach acid. Equine 74 neutralizes stomach acid, acting as a natural buffer. Instead of halting the production of stomach acid, Equine 74 buffers the excess acid caused by stress related lifestyle factors many horses face - making it an excellent way to maintain healthy gastric acid levels.

Can I use Equine 74 Gastric and Omeprazole safely together?

Yes. If your horse is recovering from ulcers, we recommend starting Equine 74 during the last 1 to 2 weeks of treatment with Omeprazole. Continue using Equine 74 Gastric on a daily base for 6 weeks to 4 months. Or continue using Equine 74 as a longer term solution for maintaining healthy acid levels in the stomach.

Dosage and composition

What are the dosage and application guidelines?

Feeding recommendation: 1-2 x per day mixed with your horse’s grain.

  • Foals: 25–50 g
  • Ponies: 25–50 g
  • Yearlings: 50–100 g
  • Pregnant mares: 50–100 g
  • Broodmares: 50–100 g
  • Sport horses: 50–100 g
  • Stallions: 50–100 g

1 measuring scoop = 25 gram

Keep out of reach of children.

Expiration:n18 months after production date, always view label.

How safe is Gastric74 Equine to give to my horse on a long term basis?

Equine 74 is safe to give your horse on a long term basis. It was developed specifically to help high performance horses handle the stresses of regular training, travel, and showing. Many of our customers have been using Equine 74 as an everyday supplement for years.

Can I use Equine 74 Gastric as a cure?

Equine 74 is not a cure for gastric ulcers in horses. We suggest consulting your veterinarian if you suspect ulcers in your horse.

What are the ingredients in and composition of Equine74 Gastric?



PELLET/GRANULATE: Calcareous Marine Algae Lithothamnion Glaciale (Maerl), magnesium oxide, linseed meal, linseed oil, sensory additives: Flavoring compound Vanilla (0,8 %)

POWDER: Calcareous Marine Algae Lithothamnion Glaciale (Maerl), magnesium oxide, linseed meal, sensory additives: Flavoring compound Vanilla (0,8 %)

ONLY POWDER Live yeast: Saccharomyces cerevisiae MUCL 39885 (4b1710) 6,0 x 10^11 KBE / kg


Analytical Constituents

  • Calcium (21 %)
  • Magnesium (9 %)
  • Crude ash (70 %)
  • Crude protein (3,5 %)
  • Crude oil/fat (Powder 1,2 %, Pellet/Granulate 2,8 %)
  • Crude fiber (2,5 %)


Complementary feedstuff for horses. Store in a cool and dry place. Keep out of reach of children.


Expiry: 24 months after production date, view label.

Common Questions

Will my horse like the taste?

We formulated the supplement with a vanilla flavoring to make it as palatable as possible for the horse. Most horses love the taste but if you have a picky eater start with a small amount (10-15 grams) in his regular feed for the first few days.

Will the magnesium in the supplement cause my horse to calm down too much?

No. After regular use of Equine 74 you may see a noticeable difference in your horse’s behavior. Many of our customers have mentioned that their horses are more relaxed and have better concentration without the discomfort of excess stomach acid.

Will I see a difference in my horse in the first 10 days?

Your horse may experience some relief in the first week but most customers see and feel a difference in their horses after 4 to 6 weeks. These changes may include:

  • Shinier coat
  • Increased muscle development
  • Ability to concentrate better during work
  • Reduction in unwanted behavioral problems

Can I use Equine 74 Gastric during a show? Is it doping free?

Yes. It is free of any banned substances prohibited during recognized shows - FEI.

Common Questions Equine 74 Calmrelax

When to feed Equine 74 Calmrelax?

The paste is suitable for many situations where the horse is known to be prone to stress. With some horses these are: Loading, training in new places, a tournament, the blacksmith. Here there are countless situations that can cause both minor and major excitement. In order to increase the well-being and to buffer the developing stomach acid and to cover it with the developing gel ,the paste is given in time 5 - 15 minutes before the situation.

How to feed the paste in combination with the other Equine 74 Gastric products?

CALMRELAX is to be understood as an addition, i.e. you feed it as described very specifically before the situations. The daily feeding of Equine 74 Gastric pursues a different goal, here it is about continuously buffering the excess gastric acid.

Feeding recommendation

We recommend to feed 30 g for one horse (approx. 450 - 600 kg). Best 10-30 minutes before the event (departure, tournament start, training etc.)

The tasty paste is administered directly into the horse's mouth.

Components and ingredients


Calcium | 14,5% 

Magnesium | 6,29% 

Moisture | 0,9%

Na+ | 0,58% 

Crude Ash | 50,3 %

Crude Protein | 1.12%

Crude Fat | 38,5%

Crude Fibre | 0,5%

Calcareous Marine Algae (Lithotamnion Glaciale), Marine Macro-Algae (Fucaceae | Ascophyllum nodosum), magnesium oxide, maize germ oil, coconut oil

Additivs: stevia Flavor: vanilla Stabiliser: silicide acid

Optimale Storage
Always store upright at room temperature. Not below 20 degrees Celsius. Close well after use.

Shelf life:
24 months after production date, see applicator stamp

Directions for use:
Please consume within 4 weeks after opening

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