What is Herbal Bute?
Herbal Bute Naturally is an herbal bute alternative for horses that relieves pain, stiffness, and inflammation for improved performance and comfort for any horse suffering with acute or long term discomfort. We use a unique powerful combination of herbs known for their anti-inflammatory and pain relieving qualities.
Are you concerned about long term use of bute for your horse?
When you’re dealing with chronic conditions, like arthritis, laminitis, or injuries, bute or other NSAIDs aren’t a good choice. There are documented negative side effects to long-term use of bute, including:
- stomach ulcers;
- mouth ulcers;
- right dorsal colitis (ulcers in the colon); and
- kidney damage.
For long term or more frequent use, there is a safe, effective and natural bute alternative to NSAIDs.
Just wanted to say Thank You for you Herbal Bute product !! We have a 34 year old retired Gymkhana horse (Bear) Bear has arthritis, so we started him on Herbal Bute as recommended from my farrier. Bear was having trouble walking and would not even go out to pasture. We decided to try giving him 2 scoops of the Herbal Bute twice a day. WHAT A DIFFERENCE !!!! Not only is he walking much better, he even RAN up the path to the barn from his pasture.My husband and I were so happy to see him back to his old self. Jim and Laurie L. Copperopolis, CA
Herbal Bute Naturally is a natural bute alternative that contains Devil’s Claw which is reputed to have two main effects – analgesic (painkilling) and anti-inflammatory. It’s analgesic properties are not controversial A laboratory in France has obtained results that show a 78% reduction in pain using Devil’s Claw. Devils Claw is regarded as the herbal alternative to ‘bute’ and cortisone. It is well known for its ability to provide fast, reliable and powerful pain relief as well as having anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic benefits.
Herbal Bute Naturally can be used safely as a substitute to ‘bute’. Devils Claw is often used in the healing of degenerative bone disease, developmental orthopedic disease, tendon and ligament damage, navicular and joint injury.