FULVICFORCE FULVIC ACID – HORSES

FULVICFORCE EQUINE PERFORMANCE

MULTI-FUNCTION EQUINE FOOD SUPPLEMENT BASED ON FULVIC ACID

The health and well-being benefits of fulvic acid extend well into animal kingdom. FulvicForce Equine Performance is a multi-function equine food supplement based on fulvic acid, which provides the following benefits:

  • Highly bio-available, being readily absorbed into the animal’s system
  • Helps your animal better cope with environment pollutants, converting food into muscle and recovery from severe work load, injury, sickness and pregnancy
  • Stabilising the micro flora in the gut which may lead to an improvement in the animal’s behaviour
  • Assisting in improving food conversion which may lead to a reduction in feed costs
  • Boosting the immune system which may assist in allowing performance animals to cope with workloads
  • Providing the daily essential vitamins, minerals and trace elements needed for good health and wellbeing of your animal
  • Supporting broodmares and foals with their nutritional requirements in times of stress and need
  • Rebuilding and strengthening connective tissue: ligaments, tendons, joints

DOSAGE

Add to your horse’s favourite food daily. Use 16 ml / day for each 100 kg of your horse’s body weight. Refrigerate when opened.

GENERAL PROPERTIES OF FULVIC ACID

  • An organic mineral, nutritional and remedial supplement, derived from ancient plants, containing fulvic acid and more than 70 minerals and trace elements, amino acids, amino sugars, peptic acids, nucleic acids and phytochemicals from pre-dinosaur era plants, preserved in a special type of South African brown coal
  • Nature-invented mechanism to increase the bio-availability and bio-activity of nutrients, minerals, and vitamins, by incorporating them into its own chemical structure and delivering their mineral, nutritional and healing worth inside the living cells, where it is optimally metabolised and utilised for nutrition, protection and healing
  • A powerful natural anti-oxidant and free radicals scavenger, known to recombine with both positively and negatively charged free radicals, rendering them harmless before they can damage DNA, proteins and cells
  • An active detoxifier and heavy metals chelator, either transforming the harmful substances in animal feed into innocuous bio-active complexes or eliminating them as waste
  • A powerful natural electrolyte, rectifying mineral imbalances, preventing dehydration, and restoring correct muscular response
  • Anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory qualities, due to its phytochemical content
  • A strong natural oxygenating agent, due to a large content of highly bio-available and bio-active, structural oxygen
  • Protects and fortifies connective tissue, due to its ability to transform vegetal silica into collagen

ANIMAL STUDIES – REFERENCES

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  • The effects of humic acid on egg production and egg traits of laying hen, S. Kucukersani, K. Kucukersani, I. Colpan, E. Goncuoglu, Z. Reisli, D. Yesilbag Vet. Med. – Czech, 50, 2005 (9): 406–410
  • Effect of feeding treated peat as a supplement to newborn, piglets on the growth, health status and occurrence of conditionally pathogenic mycobacteria, M. Trckova, L. Matlova, H. Hudcova, M. Faldyna, Z. Zraly, L. Dvorska, V. Beran, I. P. Bejcek, A. Horvatova, M. Moravkova, J. Shitaye, J. Svobodova, I. Pavlik, Veterinarni Medicina, 51, 2006 (12): 544–554
  • Effects of a dietary complex of humic and fulvic acids on the health and production of feedlot cattle destined for the Australian domestic market, PMV Cusack, Australian Veterinary Journal, Volume 86, Issue 1-2,  pages 46–49, January 2008
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