EQUILISER is an important combination of L-Tryptophan, vitamins B1 and B6, niacin and organic magnesium in a formulation conceived to meet the nervous system requirements during important periods of solicitation. EQUILISER is equally a formula that complements a dry ration and assures a sufficient supply of nutritional elements for the nervous system.
Complementary feedingstuff for horses, rich in L-Tryptophan, destined to maintain the balance of the nervous system during periods of stress or to help return a “hot headed” horse to a handlable state..
Dextrose, Lactose, Magnesium fumarate 13.5%. Highly digestible ingredients: Glucose, Lactose
Additives /kg: Amino acids and salts: L-Tryptophan (3.4.1.) 100 000 mg.Vitamins and pro-vitamins: Vitamin B1 (Thiamine mononitrate) 7 500 mg, Vitamin PP (Niacin) 5 000 mg, VitaminB6 (Pyridoxine hydrochloride- 3a831) 3 300 mg
Administer EQUILISER in the feed or drinking water
Horses : 1 scoop (= 20 g) per day
Ponies : ½ scoop (= 10 g) per day
- Adult horses:
Standard sized horses (500 kg):
Competition preparation: Begin at least 2 days before competition and administer equally the day of the competition
Calming a “hot headed” horse: Administer for 10 days minimum (prolong as long as necessary)
- Foals: Half of the above administration
Powder - 600g (25 applications)
- Additional Information
SKU 74016 Available in week: 28 Tax Class 9% Brand Equistro Route of Administration Oral Active Ingredient Magnesium, L-tryptophane 100.000 mg, vitamin B1 7.500mg, Niacin (nicotinic acid, nicotamide) 5.000 mg, vitamin B6 3.300 mg Target Species Horses Units per outerbox 1 Quantity 500 gr Ingredients Nervousness of the horse due to vitamin and amino acid deficiency When horses with reduced reserves of certain nutrients are subjected to considerable physical strain and due to increased nutrient expenditure and sweating experience high losses, the resulting deficits may lead to behavioural and functional disturbances. The animals show stressed' reactions, are restless, highly nervous, perform poorly and less willingly. The vitamins B1 and B2 and niacin play a role in supporting the nervous system in times of increased stress, along with the 'anti-stress' mineral magnesium. In certain cases, a sufficient supply of L-tryptophane can also help alleviate the behavioural disturbance caused by the deficiency situation. Vitamin B1 as an antineuritic vitamin is important for normal nerve tissue and heart muscle function. Especially with high-energy nutritional regimes, the supply required should be ensured by supplementation. A 500 kg horse requires 25-60 mg of vitamin B1 every day, depending on stress load! Vitamin B6 plays a key role as a coenzyme in protein metabolism. Vitamin B6 deficiency causes, among other metabolic disturbances, alterations in the central and peripheral nervous system. Recommended for horses in doses between 20 and 50 mg per day for basic supply, but as in the case of B1, an increased protein and energy content in the feed requires a corresponding adjustment of the vitamin dose. Niacin (nicotinic acid, nicotamide) plays an important role in the metabolism of each cell. The daily requirement in horses, depending on age and performance level, is between 10 and 25 mg niacin / 100 kg of body weight. Magnesium is known as an important neural protection factor, and if in sufficient supply, will prevent the release of stress hormones in the body. Under extreme performance pressure and consequently increased magnesium requirement, the reserves are quickly released and also immediately used up. Increased requirements must be met with rapidly bio-available magnesium, or the stress situation will exacerbate, with neuromuscular symptoms as signs of a magnesium deficiency. L-tryptophane (Indolalanine) Tryptophane is an essential, aromatic amino acid required for the synthesis of niacin (see above) from time to time. Niacin serves as a pre-stage for various coenzymes. 60 mg of tryptophane are used to produce 1 mg of niacin. Another tryptophane breakdown process results in the production of the biogenic amine serotonine. Serotonine acts as a so-called neurotransmitter in the transmission of stimuli at the synapses of the CNS and peripheral nerves. Depending on the amount released in response to stimuli, serotonine increases or reduces the circulation and metabolism in the lungs, kidneys and skeletal muscles and controls the stimulus conduction to the heart and the smooth muscles of the gastrointestinal tract, bronchi and uterus. In humans, serotonine controls appetite, sexual and aggression-related behaviour, mood and sleep-wake rhythms. EQUISTRO EQUILISER contains the above-mentioned nutrients, selected, in a completely utilisable form (L-tryptophane) and with an optimum in bio-availability (magnesium salt of organic fumaric acid). EQUISTRO EQUILISER therefore quickly and reliably compensates for increased requirements in stress situations, regulates and stabilizes the horse's tolerance of nervous strain and thus enhances its willingness to perform and its general fitness. '
Instructions for use 'Administration and application Horse 500 kg Indication Daily ration Time period General In case of nervousness, disquiet, excitability 20 g daily Foals / 3-year-olds see above 10 g daily Mid-sized breeds: such as Hafling, Appaloosa, Quarter Horse, etc. = ½ above ration. Small breeds: such as Iceland Pony; Shetland Pony, etc. = ¼ above ration. '