Support for Hyper or Nervous Horses
Formerly sold under the name: Stress-Less. Same product, new name!
Stress and anxiety may reduce a horses ability to concentrate and perform their best. Environmental factors that increase stress levels include: travel, changes in routine, fear, pain and over/under exercise.
Calm-The-Storm combines the support of Iodine, Thiamin (Vitamin B1) and Magnesium all in one supplement as a full on attitude changing approach for difficult to manage horses. These ingredients work together to support the nervous horse from several aspects. If a horse is deficient in Iodine, the thyroid gland will secrete too little of the metabolism regulating hormone, thyroxine, which can make horses nervous, hyper and/or irritable. Thiamin (Vitamin B1) plays a vital role in nerve function and horses with deficiencies may show trouble maintaining proper focus. Magnesium is responsible for normal muscle relaxation, contraction & nerve impulses. Deficient horses may show a tendency to become nervous, excitable and may even experience muscle tremors.
By combining nutrients required to support proper hormonal balance, nerve and muscle function this product offers a multifaceted approach to successfully managing the nervous, hyper or irritable horse. Calm-The-Storm will not dull performance and horses many horses show an improvement rather quickly.
Nutritional support for all classes of horses.
Nutritional Support for:
• Nervous horses
• Hyper horses
• Stall walkers
• Will not dull performance
• All natural and legal
Feeding Directions: Give a level scoop twice daily, mixed with feed.
|Guaranteed Analysis: ||Per Level Scoop |
|Magnesium ||5,000mg |
|Thiamin (Vitamin B1) ||375mg |
|Kelp (source of Iodine) ||7.6mg |
Ingredients: Dehydrated Forage Products, Magnesium Oxide, Yeast Culture, Thaimine Mononitrate, Ethylenediamine Dihydriodide, Kelp, Apple Flavoring
Vogel, Colin. 2006.The complete performance horse: feeding, fitness, lameness, preventive medicine. 122
Gilberd, Mark. 2006. Natural Remedies for horse health. 5-7