PASTE TO SUPPORT CONCENTRATION AND FOCUS
Super So-Kalm Paste is a concentrated form for more rapid support. Administer a minimum of 10ml 2 hours prior to event before the adrenalin is pumping, (better to use a little more than not enough).
Composition: water, magnesium sulphate, calcium carbonate.
Additives (per litre): Technological additives: calcium lactate (E327) 4000 mg. Nutritional additives: Vitamin B1 (3a820) 7000 mg, L-Tryptophan (3c440) 100g. Sensory additives: 2b chamomile extract 30 g, permitted flavouring.
Analytical Constituents: crude protein 1.4%, crude fibre <1.0%, crude oil <1.0%, crude ash 34.7%, magnesium 1.5%, calcium 0.4%, sodium <1.0%, moisture 54.69%
For a 500kg horse; 10ml per day, into the horse’s mouth onto the back of the tongue. Feed 1.5 to 2 hours prior to exercise or event.
Maximum; 30ml per day, divided into 3 servings
For best results when using the paste administer at least 2 hours before you want to see the effect, as once the adrenalin in running it will have not have the same benefit.
For animal use only. Keep out of reach of children. Store in cool dry conditions, out of direct sunlight. Do not use if seal 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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