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Relaxed on the Move
Hardly any other nutrient than magnesium has shown to have such influence on the quality of life. However, until this became common knowledge, many riders had to cope with tensed horses during riding that were also susceptible to recurrent colic symptoms. The significance of magnesium and vitamin E for a proper functioning muscle metabolism and the heart was discovered quite early. And the trace element selenium is also known for its muscle-protective properties. It is a fact that horses’ life expectancies have greatly increased because of the availability of high-quality supplements - just like for humans.
Makor contains a range of different magnesium compounds, high levels of vitamin E and a unique blend of especially selected herbs.
• high content in magnesium and vitamin E
• effective selection of herbs
• highly available nutrients
Detecting a magnesium deficiency
Horses who are trained hard or who are competing a lot, young horses in training and older horses have an increased requirement for magnesium. The same applies to ma res towards the end of gestation. Pregnant mares can suffer from tensions, blockades and muscle spasms or even pre mature labour. The more subtle signs of magnesium deficiency are anxiety, respiratory distress and, in connection with deficiency-caused cardiovascular problems, swollen legs and associated weather-related colic.
Makor will effectively balance these deficiencies within a couple of days, making nervous horses more relaxed, tensed horses will be better to ride and weather-sensitive horses more robust. Makor provides excellent nutritional support for potentially challenging situations such as change of stable or climate, transport, riding, gestation or birth.
Herbs (coriander, hawthorn, anise, fennel) 35%, mixture of magnesium acetate and fumarate 30%, linseed and sunflower oil cold pressed 7%, brewer‘s yeast, garlic, grape skins, Himalayan salt, seaweed meal, maize germs, sugar beet molasses, grape seed extract, curcuma, barley germs, calcium carbonate (maritime and mineral), cinnamon, vinegar, pea protein
Mix approx. 5 g per 100 kg body weight into the daily amount of concentrates. Where appropriate, the quantity may be doubled for a period of time. 1 measuring spoon = 15 g
Is not suitable to cover horses’ total mineral requirements.