REDUCE STRESS, PROMOTE CALMING, IMPROVE CONCENTRATION
Horses are fright and flight animals, and can be prone to excitability and nervousness in unfamiliar surroundings (such as a new competition or training venue), which can cause them to lose concentration and focus.
Super So-Kalm powder provides three key micronutrients to help the horse to maintain a calm outlook and concentrate on his work.
Magnesium - plays many important roles in the body, including muscle function, and is a key co-factor in enzymes which are important in nerve transmission. A lack of magnesium in the diet can result in neuro-muscular excitability.
Calcium – interacts closely with magnesium and also plays important roles in maintaining correct muscle and nerve function
Vitamin B1 (thiamine) - plays a key role in nerve impulse transmission, as well as in energy production.
Super So-Kalm also provides tryptophan, a key amino acid which can be converted in the horse’s liver to produce the important B vitamin niacin.
For rapid support, Use Super So-Kalm Paste in a handy syringe on show day – for best results always give 2-3 hours before the event.
Composition: dehydrated alfalfa meal, magnesium oxide, dextrose, calcium carbonate, rapeseed oil.
Additives (per Kg):
Nutritional additives: L-Tryptophan (3c440) 166,667 mg, Vitamin B1 (3a820 Thiamine Hydrochloride) 3333 mg.
Technological additives: BHT (E321) 100 mg
Analytical Constituents: crude protein 25.4%, crude fibre 18%, crude oil 1.4%, crude ash 20.2%, magnesium 6.7%, calcium 1.4%, sodium 0.05%
For a 500 kg horse, per day, 30 g.
May feed an additional 30 g two hours prior to event.
Maximum per day: 60 g (divided into two feeds)
30 g measure enclosed.
For animal use only. Keep out of reach of children. Store in cool and dry conditions, out of direct sunlight. Do not use if seal is damaged or missing.
ANTIDOPING GUARANTEE CLARIFICATION
This product is considered appropriate for horses competing under the rules of FEI, RFHE and Jockey Club
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