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Powerful Antioxidant Support for Horses

Not all Vitamin E supplements are created equal! Read here to learn how to differentiate one vitamin E supplement from another. 

Vitamin E/C targets the horse’s immune system, and provides antioxidants. Antioxidants have been shown to aid in the elimination of unstable oxygen molecules called free radicals. Antioxidants help remove damaging free radicals, decrease oxidative damage, protect body cells and tissues, and maintain normal DNA. Vitamin E/C should be used to:

  1. Support normal detoxification processes.
  2. Support immune system function.
  3. Aid in the elimination of unstable oxygen molecules called free radicals.
  4. Help reduce free radical damage.
  5. Reduce oxidative stress.
  6. Provide antioxidant protection.
  7. Assist the body in combating environmental pollutants.
  8. Support normal cellular health and function.

 Key Ingredients:

  • Natural Vitamin E (in alpha and gamma forms)
  • Vitamin C

 1 scoops = 25 g

Guaranteed Analysis per 25 gm:

  • Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) min. 14,000 mg
  • Vitamin E min. 5,000 IU


Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), d-alpha-tocopherol (natural), d-gamma-tocopherol (natural) and dl-alpha-tocopherol (source of vitamin E).


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  • 5
    Best stuff for horses with allergies!

    Posted by Jennifer Barnette on Sep 10th 2018

    I have a allergy prone horse and always followed the less is more approach with him. Last year my trainer listened to a presentation from Equivision and came back and told me my horse needed E/C and I didn't listen. This spring I finally bought it and I have noticed a huge difference. My horse has always had a thin, soft coat that bleaches by July (he is black) very different from other Friesian's at the barn. After two months on E/C and I almost cried when I went to the barn yesterday and felt a nice short coat that felt thick and strong. I can't wait to try the entire immune function system with the fish oil factor and ADR.

  • 5
    Hives be gone!

    Posted by Maria Pieropan on Sep 10th 2018

    Several years ago, my mare suffered from horrific hives -- even on her face -- that would not disappear in spite of my and my local vet's best efforts. I called Dr. Bill, who had guided me with other issues with this same mare since her long yearling days, and he explained the relationship between the hind gut, immunity and hives. We immediately incorporated Vitamin E and C into our daily regimen and haven't looked back!