Cavalor Gastro Aid Liq

For horses with sensitive stomachs

Cavalor Gastro Aid Liq

RRP £109.00 Our price £103.49
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  • A supplement that creates a healthy environment in the stomach by neutralising stomach acid
  • Protects the stomach wall from irritation
  • With herbs to protect the stomach lining and help neutralise stomach acid

Cavalor Gastro Aid contains herbs and yeast cultures that protect the stomach wall and help to neutralise stomach acid, keeping it from attacking the stomach wall. Cavalor Gastro Aid also speeds up the healing process when damage to the stomach wall has already occurred.

More information about this product can be found in the product data sheet. You can download this data sheet by clicking on “specifications”

Once the horse has recovered and is eating better, you can switch from the paste to the powder or liquid version. The liquid and powder versions can also be used as daily preventive measures for horses prone to stomach ulcers.

Unlike omeprazole, it does not shut down stomach acid production, but works to protect the stomach from acid damage.

Recommended use of Gastro Aid Liq: 60 ml per day
Max. 100 g per horse per day. Continue for at least 4 weeks.

More about this product

Cavalor Gastro Aid creates a healthy environment in the stomach by neutralising gastric acid and protecting the stomach wall.

A horse’s stomach produces acid continuously, making it very susceptible to developing wounds or sores. The herbs in Cavalor Gastro Aid help to protect the stomach wall against excess acid. They provide extra support for the stomach by stimulating saliva production and promoting the healing of ulcers.


A horse’s stomach is constantly producing acid. When the stomach is empty, this acid will irritate the stomach wall, causing sores or ulcers. There are several ways to protect the stomach from the effects of excess acid.

Ideally, the horse should have hay available ad libitum, as the fibre in hay creates a protective fibrous coating in the stomach which absorbs acid and prevents it from attacking the stomach lining.

In addition, the horse’s feed should be low in sugar and starch. Sugar and starch increase acid production. Feed management is essential to preventing stomach ulcers, but once ulcers are diagnosed, they are more likely to recur.

It is therefore recommended that horses prone to stomach ulcers receive daily support.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Emma Anderson
Cavalor Gastro Aid Liq

I can highly recommend this product. My horse has a history of ulcers and has been lame recently exacerbating the change of his tummy being upset. There has been a measurable improvement in his demeanour since using this.