Treatment for Horses Muscles Disorders
WHAT IS KYNOSELEN MAX?
Kynoselen Max is used for the protection, management and treatment of muscle disorders of horses. It can be used as an aid in the control of muscular dystrophy and also as a muscle stimulant. It support muscle function and recovery during training and strenuous exercise.
Kynoselen Max is a blend of essential co-factors to ensure that muscle metabolism is optimised, and that energy supply to muscles is adequate, to reduce the risk of lactic acidosis, muscle fatigue and Tying Up. Provision of essential co-factors and nutrients at the correct time, and in the correct amounts, reduces the risk of muscle damage and decreased performance.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
ATP is the essential chemical for muscle contraction, releasing energy when it is broken down to ADP. The aspartates improve endurance by decreasing blood lactate and ammonia, thus delaying fatigue.
Vitamin B3 is essential in increasing the use of glycogen for energy, and arginine acts as a vehicle for transport, storage and excretion of nitrogen.
Lysine is very important in muscle repair. Selenium is an essential element of the enzyme which helps remove the free radicals produced during severe exercise. Vitamin B12 is essential for red blood cell turnover.
Assists muscle repair and recovery after exercise. Reduces the risk of tying up or cramping. Optimises energy supply to hard working muscles. Prevent fatigue and stress when travelling horses or Camels long distances.
Available in 100 ml vials.
Each 100ml Vial contains: Disodic adenosine monophosphate (AMP) 0.2g , Sodium selenite (selenium) 0.05g, Magnesium aspartate 1.5g, Potassium aspartate 1.0g, Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12) 0.025g
ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE
By intramuscular or subcutaneous injection.
Horses and Camels: Give 5 mL per 100 kg bodyweight Kynoselen Max once weekly.
Treatment: 20mL Every 3 days for 12 days
Store below 25C (Air Conditioned). Protect from direct light.
Keep out of reach from children.
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