Speed Booster – 15 ml
Normal blood counts use 20% of available oxygen per breath. Increasing the amount of red blood cells exponentially raises the amount of oxygen captured for muscle energy. A higher red blood cell count also removes excessive by-products (CO2) from your horse’s lungs.
Average horses have blood counts of around six million cells, while the blood counts of race horses are as high as 11 million. It normally requires five days for bone marrow to produce red blood cells.
Speed Booster contains high grade ingredients working in synergy for enhancing the quality of the blood. The formula can stimulate and help maintain new red blood cells. A higher red blood cell count is known to increase oxygen transport to the muscles, which is elevates energy production, thus reducing fatigue.
Speed Booster due to its amino based formula also works as an immediate source of amino acids, dextrose, B-complex vitamins and electrolytes for preparation before racing competition.
Vitamin B2 10 mg, Vitamin B6 10 mg, Vitamin B12 0.15 mg, Potassium 0,2 mg, Magnesium, sulfate 0,2 mg, Dexpanthenol 15 mg, Choline 10 mg, Niacinamide 100 mg, Inositol 10 mg, Biotin 0.1 mg, Lysine 20 mg, Glycine 20 mg, L-Leucine 1 mg, L-Glutamine 1 mg, Methionine 20 mg, Cobalt 7 mg, Iron 15 mg, Copper 0.2 mg, Excipient q.s. 1 ml.
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION
3-5 ml every day for 3 days before the competition. Intravenous or intramuscular route.
Energetic, metabolism activator, helps in the synthesis of red blood cells and the maintenance of normal blood profiles, hepatoprotective, detoxifying with vitamins, amino acids and minerals.
Improves blood production and capacity: due to the synergy between vitamins B6, B12, Fe, Cu and Co, necessary for an optimal production of red blood cells.
Increases muscle performance, due to the contribution of vitamins B2, B3, B5, Biotin, Inositol and Choline, essential for proper energy metabolism.
Protects muscle tissue against high demands, providing the essential amino acids Methionine and Lysine, in addition to Glycine, which is essential to prevent the accumulation of lactic acid.