DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Adult Horses (900-1,100 lbs):
Provide 40 ml 1-2 times daily or as needed. 1-1 1/2 hrs pre-event.
Adult Horses (900-1,100 lbs): Provide 1.5 oz daily.
Gelatin is the name for cooked collagen which is the most abundant protein found in our body. It is primarily made up of the amino acids glycine and proline. It also happens to be a gut-healing superfood! When you consume gelatin, it basically acts like spackle to fill any holes you have in your gut – protecting the stomach lining/gut mucosa which in turn helps to suppress the abrasiveness of gastric juices.
Licorice is one of the most widely used herbs for people and animals in both Western and Chinese
medicine. Sweet and soothing, supports a normal inflammatory response, healing and gastric
health. The deglycyrrhized form is preferred because it does not have the side effects of the plant as a whole.
Glycine helps promote a balanced digestive system and provides antioxidant protection to your body from free radicals.
L-Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body, especially in muscle tissue. Although it
is not an essential amino acid, there is such great demand for its use in the body that production
may not be able to keep up with consumption, so supplementing may be necessary. Glutamine is
involved in more metabolic processes than any other amino acid, helps support a normal inflammatory response within the GI Tract.
Probiotics are live microorganisms fed to promote healthy digestive and immune function. When these “good” bugs break down food ingredients that the body normally can’t, they produce energy and vitamins for the body, food for cells in the cecum and colon, and byproducts that keep the “bad” bugs from growing. Research suggests probiotics are useful in repopulating the intestine with “good” bugs after antibiotic use and may benefit certain horses with diarrhea. A common term used for probiotics is direct-fed microbials (DFM).