Excellent Horse Electrolytes Powder with B2

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Important salts in a unique dextrose mix for an effective recovery of fluid balance Read more
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Equine Electrolyte Powder is ideal for absorbing and retaining fluid.

Complementary feed (diet feed) for horses to compensate for loss of electrolytes in case of heavy sweating.
Contributes to a rapid recovery of fluid balance during (heavy) exercise.

Equine Electrolyte Powder is a high-quality electrolyte mix with important salts, zinc and vitamin B2 and is a perfect match for the minerals lost through sweat.
Equine Electrolyte Powder is the ideal supplement of salts and ensures effective moisture absorption and moisture retention.
Equine Electrolyte Powder supports a rapid recovery of the body. Excellent for use in case of fluid loss due to sweating during (heavy) exertion or due to hot weather.
Equine Electrolyte Powder contributes to the normal functioning of the muscles.

Ideal in hot weather or in case of fluid loss due to exercise or during a competition, because water alone is not enough for a quick recovery.

When sweating heavily, a horse loses, in addition to fluid, also electrolytes (salts, such as chloride, sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium) and trace elements (eg zinc). A horse's sweat contains more electrolytes per liter of fluid than blood and other body fluids. A horse loses its appetite to drink if the electrolyte concentration in the body is low, possibly resulting in dehydration, even though fresh drinking water is available.

Feeding advice
25 grams per 1 liter of water

To be administered in the period from 1 day before to 2 days after exercise. Maximum 100 grams per day. Always provide plenty of fresh drinking water.

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