Composition : Each 1 liter contains :
|L Carnitine HCL||50 mg|
|Magnesium sulfate||250 mg (magnesium 26 mg)|
|Distilled water up to||1 ml|
- L-Carnitine is an amino acid essential in the transport of fats into muscle cells for energy production.
- By using fats as energy for muscle contractions, the body is sparing glycogen and delaying the accumulation of lactic acid.
- L-Carnitine delays muscle fatigue by reducing lactic acid formation.
- Improves daily weight gain in fattening calves, lambs and kids
- Improves hepatic function
- Improves sprint and endurance performance.
- Muscle levels of L-Carnitine determine the exercise capacity of muscles
- L-Carnitine is essential for normal heart function.
- Performance animal recover more efficiently when supplemented with L-Carnitine.
- L-Carnitine forms an essential part of the transport system which moves fatty acids into the mitochondria for energy production. It thus acts as a buffer by inhibiting lactic acid buildup in muscles, helping to delay fatigue and prevent Tying Up. Demand for L-Carnitine in heavily exercising animals is often not met from the diet, as large amounts are consumed during exercise.
- Supplementing L-Carnitine increases blood and muscle L-carnitine levels, this results in improved energy supply, increased use of fatty acids as an energy source, decreased lactate buildup, and a significant increase in maximum work output.
- Performance horses can rapidly run out of glycogen as an energy source, but will rarely run out of fats. Mobilising fats as an energy source helps prevent the accumulation of lactic acid in muscles, hence delaying fatigue and possible Tying Up, and significantly improving the capacity of muscles to work harder for longer.
- Magnesium sulfate, has many uses including laxative, electrolyte replacement, and anticonvulsant.
- Magnesium is a cofactor in many enzymatic processes in the body and is involved in muscular excitement and neuromuscular transmission.
- Magnesium sulfate controls seizures by blocking neuromuscular transmission and decreasing the amount of acetylcholine released at the motor end plate.
- Following intramuscular administration, its anticonvulsant effect the onset is fast (1 hour) and duration of action is longer (3 to 4 hours)
Dosage and administration:
- Horses and cattle: 1 mL / 25 kg body weight by intramuscular or subcutaneous injection 2 times weekly or as directed by your veterinarian.
- Sheep and goat: 3-5 ml / animal 2 times weekly
- Dog & Cats:Dogs: 2-3 ml / animal by IM or SC injections 2-3 times weeklyCats: 0.5-1 ml / animal by IM or SC injections 2-3 times weekly
- Injection: Store below 25°C (Air Conditioning). Protect from light.