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Congratulations to Equine74® for Completing a Research Study with Citruslabs!

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Equine74, owned by Christian and Tanja Dietz, is a leading producer and distributor of the premium supplement series Equine74® for horses worldwide. Equine74, based in Hamburg, Germany, has established itself as a global leader in the distribution of the Equine74® supplement series, catering to the diverse needs of horses worldwide. For example, they are the trusted partner of Janne-Friedericke Meyer-Zimmermann, show jumping World Champion and Juri Mansur, Olympian for the Brazilian Equestrian Jumping Team.

About Equine74 Premium Horse Supplements

Equine74 Gastric is a product specifically developed to address gastrointestinal problems in horses. The product contains Lithothamnion glaciale algae, processed for equine needs, with specially treated magnesium oxide. The unique blend of these ingredients contributes to gastric acid-buffering properties, designed to provide up to eight hours of relief within the horse's stomach.

Equine74 Stomach Calm Relax incorporates the same powerful ingredients along with carefully selected seaweed obtained from the coasts of Scotland. Specific algae components display water resistance through specialized extrusion techniques and react exclusively with acid. This reaction forms a lightweight gel that acts as a protective barrier, effectively covering the acid and shielding the sensitive areas of the stomach.

Consumer Perception Trial - Pet Health

Consumer perception trials offer invaluable insights into how customers (or pets!) view and experience a product, shedding light on its effectiveness, appeal, and overall satisfaction. These trials help brands fine-tune their offerings and marketing strategies, ensuring they meet consumer expectations and drive positive engagement.

How Do Consumer Perception Trials with Horses Work?

Perception trials with horses often involve studying their reactions and responses to various stimuli, objects, or situations. These trials are conducted to better understand equine behavior, preferences, and health. In this trial, horses were given two different supplements over the course of 35 days. Information was gathered based on surveys that were filled out by the horses owners.

Benefits of Pet Health Research

Pet health research plays a crucial role in advancing our understanding of animal well-being, leading to the development of innovative treatments and preventive measures that enhance the quality of life for pets. It also provides a solid foundation for pet health companies to substantiate their product claims, building trust with pet owners and ensuring compliance with regulatory standards.

Study Results of Equine74


In the research study, two supplements were tested in regard to their effectiveness - Equine74 Gastric and Equine74 Calm Relax. Both supplements were tested over a period of 35 days in a single-arm consumer perception trial with 32 horse owners and 48 horses.

After conducting the study, the two supplements showed the following results:

- Equine74 Gastric: 91% of participants reported that Equine74 Gastric is an easy way to help alleviate symptoms associated with ulcers.
- Equine74 Stomach Calm Relax: 81% of horse owners stated that they were satisfied with the results of Equine74 Stomach Calm Relax

Both Equine74 Gastric and Equine74 Stomach Calm Relax demonstrated significant effectiveness in improving gastrointestinal health and reducing stress-related behaviors in horses. The study's findings suggest these supplements as viable alternatives to traditional treatments.

About Citruslabs

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