Nutrients for nerve and muscle cells
MAGNESIUM IN METABOLISM
Magnesium is involved in more than 300 enzymatic metabolic reactions. It has important functions in the transmission of nerve impulses, inhibition of stress hormones, and muscle contraction. A deficiency in magnesium can lead to muscle and nerve problems, impaired responsiveness, reluctance to work, metabolic problems and muscle hardening can all result.
VITMINE FOR FUNCTIONAL NERVES
Vitamin B12 plays an equally important role in the metabolism. Vitamin B12 is essential for nervous resilience, nerve performance, performance and the ability to concentrate. It also stimulates appetite and supports feed conversion through improved regeneration of the mucous membrane. A lack of vitamin B12 can lead to increased susceptibility to stress, nervousness, reduced psychological and physical resilience, exhaustion, loss of appetite and poor feed conversion.
Offer approx. 5 g per 100 kg body weight and day mixed with the concentrated feed. Note: Not suitable for mineralization to meet requirements.
1 measuring spoon corresponds to approx. 13 g
This supplementary feed may only be fed to horses up to 11.4% of the daily ration (including hay) due to the higher vitamin content compared to complete feed. Please adhere to the feeding recommendation.
Store in a cool, dry place.