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PharmaHorse BCAA for horses

BCAA powder contains three essential amino acids with a branched chain: L-leucine, L-isoleucine and L-valine. The abbreviation BCAA stands for Branched Chain Amino Acids.

Tip: Use for at least 4 weeks. If desired, you can also administer this product constantly (max. of 6 months) in regular intervals of 2-3 weeks. If necessary, repeat after 2 months.

Composition per KG 
2b17012 L-leucine 499 g (Human Grade Quality)
2b17010 D,L-isoleucine 249,5 g (Human Grade Quality)
2b17028 L-valine 249,5 g (Human Grade Quality)
Methyl sulphonyl methane 1 g (Human Grade Quality)
Crude linseed oil 1 g 

Purity: 
PharmaHorse BCAA is 100% free of added sugars. Sugars are not always listed as sugar. Common sugars and sweeteners in supplements are apple aroma, dextrose, sucrose and grape sugar. PharmaHorse does not use any sugars or sweeteners and therefore stands apart from other suppliers. Our products also do not contain other fillers or flavourings.

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Dosage: 
Pony: 1 measuring scoop a day
Horse: 2 measuring scoops a day
1 measuring scoop is equal to approximately 12.5 grams.

Before a competition, the dosage can be doubled for 4 days.

Directions for use:
You can combine PharmaHorse BCAA with the daily diet of your horse or pony.

Storage recommendation:
The product should be stored in a cool, dry place in the original packaging, beyond the reach of children.

Classification:
This product is a Complementary feed for horses. We use human-grade quality ingredients, which guarantees high quality. Nevertheless, because of the size of the measuring spoon and the advised dose, the labelling of this product recommends that you only use it for ponies and horses.

This product is not medicine and has no medicinal effects. Food supplements are not replacements for a healthy lifestyle with a variety of well-balanced food. Therefore, if your horse is sick or has a medical disorder, it is important to contact a veterinarian.