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NAF Electro Salts Horse Supplement is a concentrated combination of the essential plasma salts in combination with dextrose that's ideal for helping your horse to recover after periods of strenuous activity.
When horses work hard, or during hot weather, they regulate their body temperature by sweating. Sweating not only loses fluid as it evaporates, but also essential body salts, particularly sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium. Failure to replace these body salts (known as electrolytes) can result in fatigue, and in extreme cases, damage to muscle, bone and cartilage tissue. Electro Salts should be fed following exertion, after heavy sweating or during periods of very hot weather. Electro Salts can be given easily in the feed, or dissolved in water. Always ensure a supply of clean fresh water is readily available.
Sodium chloride, Potassium chloride, Magnesium carbonate,Calcium lactate, Rapeseed oil, Dextrose.
Sodium 204,400 mg/kg, Magnesium 19,400 mg/kg, Potassium 162,000 mg/kg, Calcium 5,040 mg/kg, Chlorides 472,000 mg/kg, Glucose 20,000 mg/kg
Directions for Use
Feed to working horses to replace lost body salts,particularly through strenuous exercise and during warm weather.
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NAF Electro Salts Horse Supplement
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