To support the high physical performances, which are required horse to compete at both competitive and amateur level, it is essential supporting the functionality of the joints as a whole. In particular, the integrity of the cartilage is fundamental, which must remain trophic and elastic to absorb friction without suffering injury and to control the painful states caused by intense physical activity. This can be done by using a supplement composed of highly bioavailable and quality molecules.
Mix of specific components with high functionality and bioavailability, designed to support the joints of horses submitted to intense physical activity.
WARNINGS: Do not administer to horses used in competitive contests.
COMPLEMENTARY FEED FOR HORSES
COMPOSITION. Baker's yeast from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Micronized dried carob flour, Methyl sulfonyl methane, Glucosamine (Chitosamine), Collagen, Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA), Chondroitin sulphate, Betaglucans, Sucrose.
Analytical components % on wet basis: Raw Protein 21.15% - Raw Fiber 2.25% - Raw Fat 0.20% - Raw Ash 4.55% - Sodium 0.01%
L-Carnitine 5,050.00 mg
Vitamin C 16,000.00 mg
Copper (Copper dichloride trihydroxide) 702.00 mg
Manganese (Mangenese chloride trihydroxide) 7,000.00 mg
Selenium (Selenomethionine NCYC R646) 6.10 mg
Zinc (Zinc octahydroxychloride monohydrate) 4,400.00 mg
DL-Methionine 25,200.00 mg
- Palmitoylethanolamide (Pea) fights against the painful states induced by intense physical activity
- Collagen peptides, in highly bioavailable form, are structural components of cartilage
- Chondroitin provides compressive strength into cartilage
- Glucosamine prevents the cartilage destruction process and improves joint function
- Methyl sulfonyl methane is a source of sulfur, a fundamental constituent of cartilage
- Methionine, here in its pure form, is a source of sulfur, a fundamental constituent of cartilage
- Vitamin C contributes to the formation of collagen for the normal function of cartilage
- Copper, in its innovative chelate form, is an important cofactor in the cross-linking of collagen, an essential component of cartilage
- Adult horse: 25 grams/head/day
- Young horse: 15 grams/head/day
- Pony and foal: 10 grams/head/day
1 measuring cup corresponds to about 25 grams.
Tin 1 Kg
Bucket 3,5 Kg