Is particularly recommended in periods of physical exertion and/or hot climates. Help compensate electrolyte losses in the cases of heavy sweating in horses.
Equistro® Energy Booster
Glycerine, Sodium chloride, Potassium chloride, Glucose, Calcium gluconate, Magnesium hydrogen phosphate 0.6%. Additives/kg: Amino acids and salts: DL- Methionine technically pure (3c301) 75000 mg, L-Lysine (monohydrochloride) technically pure (3.2.3.) 7500 mg. Vitamins and pro-vitamins: Vitamin E/all-rac- alpha- Tocopheryl acetate (3a700) 100000 IU, Niacinamide (3a315) 13500 mg, Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 7900 mg, Vitamin B1 (3a820) (Thiamine hydrochloride) 7900 mg, Choline chloride (3a890) 6500 mg, Calcium-D-Pantothenate (3a841) 4900 mg, Vitamin B6 (3a831) (Pyridoxine hydrochloride) 1600 mg, Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) 50 mg. Compounds of trace elements: Iron (Ferrous sulphate, heptahydrate) (E1) 2300 mg, Zinc (as Zinc chelate of glycine hydrate) (3b607) 800 mg.
Horses (500 kg): 20 – 40 ml/day, Foals and Ponies: 10 – 20 ml/day, for 1 to 3 days. To be mixed with the feed, drinking water or oral applicator. Water should be available at all times. It is recommended that a specialist‘s opinion be sought before use or before extending the period of use.
Once a year, Energy Booster batch is analysed for environmental contaminant, ensuring that the product doesn’t contain ingredients likely to make a positive doping test.
The horse’s organism requires in certain situations, notably during physical exertion and behavioural stress, a rapid access and mobilisation of components vital for an efficient energy metabolism via the various biochemical pathways. High biological energy sources (glucose), essential amino acids (L-lysine and methionine), key B-complex and E vitamins and trace elements are implicated in metabolic pathway function as well as electrolytes vital for the horse’s hydration status. Readily available, ENERGY BOOSTER supplies the horse with :
– electrolytes and minerals, to compensate for the losses due to sweating and to aid nervous function.
– B vitamin complex for a physical mobilisation and stimulation of the appetite.
– vitamin E, an antioxidant which aids cell membranes and supports good muscular oxygenation.
– iron essential for heme production.
– amino acids for the optimisation of metabolism thereby allowing a rapid recovery of the physical capacity.