Muscle and cell protection. Lack of fitness, stiffness, deterioration of performance, decreased rideability, muscle tightness and lack of suppleness are often signs of insufficient supply of nutrients to the skeletal muscles.
Deficiencies of Vitamin E, selenium, methionine, and lysine, can lead to insufficient oxygen supply to the muscle resulting in cell damage.
This in turn can lead to a decrease in condition and strength, the inability to perform, muscle inflammation, and eventually the condition known as ‘tying up’.
Vit E/Se – muscle cell protection
Amino Acids – building muscle
Magnesium – muscle relaxation
Vitamin B complex – optimal metabolism of nutrients
Mg – 400 mg (as mag chloride)
Vit E – 2778 IU (rac-alpha tocopherol)?
Se – 0.5 mg (organic Se yeast)
Meth – 900 mg
Lys – 1500 mg
B1 – 2 mg
B2 – 2 mg
B6 – 2 mg
B12 – 2 mg
Administer 20 ml daily. Serving based on average horse weight of 1000lbs.
50 day supply