Cavalor Muscle Liq is ontwikkeld voor paarden die gevoelig zijn voor overbelasting van de spieren.
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Vitamin E, selenium Potassium Citrate and much more.
Nutritional support in case of stiff and cramped muscles.
Stiff and cramped muscles may have several causes, so it is recommended that you consult a specialist in these cases. Frequently, the main cause of this problem is related to muscle acidosis. Acidosis may not only cause muscle stiffness but can also be the underlying cause of muscular disorders that can cause severe immobility of the horse. (In that case, the veterinarian should be called in immediately.) Muscle stiffness should not be underestimated. Muscle and tendon injuries may be the result of inadequate attention to the prevention of stiffness or insufficient measures for recuperation.
For severe muscle stiffness, we recommend using Cavalor Muscle Fit.
Cavalor Muscle Liq is a feed supplement that contains nutritional elements that are lacking in the feed ration or are insufficiently generated in the animal's body. It is appropriate for horses that are structurally, periodically or incidentally affected by mild stiffness of the muscles. The nutrients in Cavalor Muscle Liq contain the right elements to counteract acidosis. Cavalor® Muscle Liq contains vitamins E, B1, B2, B12, Betaine and trace elements: organic zinc, selenium; minerals: calcium, sodium, magnesium.
Cavalor Muscle Liq is enriched with Sodium Citrate: The acid-citrate salt is a buffering agent - included to help prevent the acidosis related to stiff and cramped muscles.. The sodium content given as an after work recovery aid stimulates the animal to drink more water, which in turn corrects post-race dehydration and flushes acid and metabolic wastes from the kidneys.
Dosage per animal per day: 50 ml liquid mixed in the feed. Administer Cavalor Muscle Liq a few days prior to an intensive work or training and immediately after intense work. Always administer water when you give Cavalor Muscle Liq as the high Sodium level will make the horse drink more.
Maximum dose: 150 ml per animal per day.