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  1. #1
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    Aug. 26, 2008

    Default Anyone use "Majesty Flex Wafers" joint supplement?

    Has anyone used these cookies for a picky eater that won't eat the powder? Anyone see a difference with their horse on them?
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov. 15, 2005


    I used them, and saw no change from the other oral supps he was on- other than he ate them, and not the powders.

  3. #3
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    Oct. 3, 2002
    it's not the edge of the earth, but you can see it from here


    I'm currently using them. I have to use a double dose--but I use one of the HA and one of the regular Flex.

    Pluses: he eats them. I know he eats them--I can run out and hand feed them to him.

    Minuses: cost. Actiflex 4000 and HylaRx Complete are far more cost effective... OTOH-not at all if they get dumped/spilled
    Low dosages compared to other products--EXCEPT for the HA, 125 mg of HA, which is nice as my guy needs at least 100mg.

    Also... lately... I'm forgetting to give them. Tonight I came in with them still in my pocket. Doh. That's a ME issue, not a product issue...
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