Supplement of Vitamin B Complex with Lipotropes for horses, greyhounds, dogs, camels and alpacas suffering from a deficiency of B vitamins and to also flush out the liver and increase energy levels.
COMPOSITION : Thiamine disulphide nitrate (Vitamin B1) 20mg/ml, Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 5mg/ml, Nicotinamide (Vitamin B3) 60mg/ml, Pantothenate (Vitamin B5) 20mg/ml, Pyridoxine hydrochloride (Vitamin B6) 20mg/ml, Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12) 200mcg/ml plus a proprietay Lipotropic formula (methionine, l-carnitine, inositol and choline).
Actions: VITAMIN B COMPLEX provides the water soluble vitamins which are essential to carbohydrate and fat metabolism and also for protein synthesis.
The B COMPLEX VITAMINS are intimately involved with red blood cell formation. They are all closely dependant on each other, therefore the absence of one will critically effect the activity of all others. As water soluble vitamins, B COMPLEX VITAMINS need to be taken in on a daily basis and they are equally rapidly excreted, so B COMPLEX VITAMINS must be supplemented on a regular basis. The need for all B COMPLEX VITAMINS is significantly increased in all performance and working horses under stress. Animals under stress may frequently have poor appetites, which may be stimulated by the B COMPLEX VITAMINS. Additionally B COMPLEX VITAMINS are valuable in the recovery from parasitic burdens, surgery, injury and illness and also in old age.
Lipotropic nutrients are needed for a large number of functions in the body, but they are primarily used in the prevention of over accumulation of fat in the liver. Recovery Explosion is a completely balanced balanced proprietary formula to help flush the liver to make your horseâ€™s system run more efficiently. These lipotropic factors play an substantial role in stimulating the liverâ€™s production of lecithin, which is a key ingredient for the proper metabolism of cholesterol, detoxification of the liver and thymus gland.
Dosage and Administration: Administer 10-20ml by intramuscular injection twice weekly or as advised by a veterinary surgeon.