Colic

Colic is actually not one condition; it is a catchall name for several different serious digestive problems that commonly afflict horses. Make no mistake: You must deal with suspected colic immediately, as all forms can be fatal. The condition can be caused by a blockage of the intestines (caused by improper food, foreign objects, or other factors), excessive gas in the intestines (usually caused by a rapid change in diet), or the intestines becoming twisted (causes not well understood). Colic can also be caused by some gastrointestinal parasites.

Treat colic with 8 oz of 50/50 by mouth repeat 8 oz of 50/50 2 hours later.  This has shown 100% positive results in several cases relieving colic like systems. Past results have shown that the horse can resume eating normally when signs of colic are gone and horse is acting normal.