HorseMaster - EASY FLEX joint solution

Article number: HM100596
Horse can lose up to 40-50 L sweat depending on the distance, running, speed, environment, humidity and the conditions on the ground. Sweat, consisting essentially of water and electrolytes can lead to electrolyte disturbances involved in burnout syndrome horse. ELECTRO-Zip is a form ready to use for a nutritional purpose: to offset the loss of electrolytes during heavy sweating. Its complete formula provides immediate restoration of mineral salts in sweat losses. ELECTRO-ZIP is ideal, just after exercise or transportation. Composition: dextrose, sodium chloride, potassium chloride, calcium carbonate. Analytical constituents: Humidity 46.8% Glucose ...................................... 35% Crude ash 29% ..................................... 15% chloride Sodium ...................................... 7.3% crude protein 3.3% Potassium ................................. 3.2% Calcium ..................................... 2.5% crude fat <0.7% Magnesium ............................... 0.5% crude fiber ...................... <0.4% Additives per liter: vitamins: Vitamin A ............................................... . ..... 5000 IU Vitamin D3 ............................................... . ...... 250 IU Vitamin C................................................ .......... 50 mg Vitamin E ............................................... . .......... 25 mg Trace elements: Manganese (manganese chelate of glycine hydrate) ................ 7000 mg Zinc (zinc chelate hydrate glycine) ....................................... ... .6500 mg Iron (iron chelate hydrate glycine) ....................................... ... 0.6000 mg Copper (copper chelate of glycine hydrate) ................................ 4000 mg Iodine (potassium iodide) ............................................ . .......................... 5 mg Selenium (Sodium Selenite) ............................................ . ................. 0.6 mg
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