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Protexin Acid Ease


Protexin acid ease is a unique, concentrated, palatable combination of high quality fibres, calcium and magnesium carbonate, kaolin, amino acids and Protexin probiotics and prebiotics. Presented as a palatable dandelion flavoured powder, Acid Ease is suitable to calm excess acid in all horses and weaned foals.

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Returns It should be noted that, unfortunately, we cannot accept returns of any labelled products, including prescription medicines and flea and worming products. If the customer has requested a cancellation but the order has already been dispatched then we will not be able to cancel and refund the order. This also applies if the customer has ordered the incorrect dosage. Returns of any labelled products are only acceptable if it is due to an error in processing, or for an official recall. We are also unable to accept the returns of Caninsulin syringes, even if the packaging is unopened.

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Protexin Acid Ease calms excess acid in the stomach of horses & weaned foals. Horses suffering from stomach (gastric) ulcers can have more acidic stomach contents.  Acid ease also helps to protect & soothe the gut lining.


Protexin Acid Ease is suitable to use on horses who are prone to stomach (gastric) ulcers & as a follow-up to conventional therapies.

Scientific studies have shown that when Acid Ease is added to an acid solution, it decreases the acidity more than when just food is added.

Acid Ease is a palatable, concentrated powder that contains a blend of Protexin probiotics & prebiotics; antacids (calcium & magnesium carbonates); kaolin; fibre (pectin & psyllium) & amino acids.

Feeding Instructions
  • Feed 50g twice daily for the first month, then feed 25g twice daily after that, as maintenance.
  • 1.5kg will last for 30 days (based on maintenance rate).
  • 3kg will last for 60 days (based on maintenance rate).
  • Protexin are part of the BETA NOPS scheme.