Like humans, horses suffer from aches, pains, muscle swelling, inflammation, etc. Like humans, there are commonly prescribed medicines for pain relief and anti-inflammatories. The challenge is that most of them tend to upset the stomach and can damage the Liver and kidneys.


This is where Total Equine Relief Supplements Syringes and Total Equine Relief Powder Supplements for Horses differ. 




These products contain our proprietary ingredient, "Equinol." It comes in a convenient syringe or powder form.




Horses are large, powerful animals capable of incredible feats of strength and endurance. However, they are also susceptible to various injuries and ailments, including soreness, swelling, and aches. Several things can cause horses to experience soreness and aches, including:

  • Normal performance
  • Overwork or strenuous exercise
  • Improper footing or terrain
  • Poor nutrition
  • Lack of exercise
  • Age
  • Injury
  • Illness


If your horse is experiencing soreness, swelling, or aches, it is essential to identify the underlying cause so that you can take steps to address it. In some cases, providing your horse with proper supplements, rest, and supportive care is necessary. However, in other cases, you may need to seek veterinary care.

You can do many things to help prevent your horse from developing soreness and aches. These include:

  • Providing your horse with a balanced supplemented diet that is rich in nutrients that support joint health
  • Ensuring that your horse has access to plenty of exercises
  • Avoiding strenuous exercise or overwork during recovery
  • Providing your horse with a safe and comfortable environment to live in
  • Monitoring your horse for signs of soreness or aches and seeking veterinary care if necessary


If your horse is experiencing soreness, swelling, or aches, you can do several things to help relieve their discomfort. These include:

  • Resting your horse
  • Applying heat or cold therapy
  • Giving your horse a massage (Yes, this is a real thing)
  • Administering Total Equine Relief
  • Using a topical pain reliever (Relief Poultice)
  • Seeking veterinary care


It is important to note that only some of these treatments may be appropriate for some horses. It is always best to consult your veterinarian before treating your horse.


Here are some additional tips for helping your horse with soreness and aches:

  • Ensure your horse's feet are trimmed regularly, and wear the proper shoes or boots.
  • Provide your horse with a soft, comfortable bed to sleep in.
  • If your horse is overweight, help them lose weight gradually.
  • Keep your horse's environment clean and free of hazards.
  • Be patient and understanding with your horse. Soreness and aches can be painful, so giving your horse time to heal is vital.


Most horses can overcome soreness and aches with proper care and treatment and return to normal activities.


Thank You for being a Caring Horse Owner.