Equine America Super So-Kalm Powder 1kg

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So Kalm Powder helps to settle stressed horses and improve concentration and focus. Horses can experience nervousness and tension before exercise or competition causing them to misbehave or wash-out.

So Kalm contains a premium grade Magnesium with L-Tryptophan, an essential amino acid associated with the production of serotonin, to calm and focus the horse. Fed daily, this can aid concentration and willingness to work, without removing the edge required for competition. Young horses also have a tendency to be highly strung and distracted, leading to training problems in the future.

  • REDUCE STRESS, PROMOTE CALMING & IMPROVE CONCENTRATION
  • SUPPORT YOUR HORSE’S HEALTH – Horses can be prone to excitability and nervousness in unfamiliar surroundings. Our Super So Kalm Powder helps to settle stressed horses when competing or even at home
  • NATURAL INGREDIENTS – So Kalm Powder provides three key micronutrients that help the horse to maintain a calm outlook and concentrate on their work. Magnesium, Calcium and Vitamin B1 work together to tackle the effects of everyday stresses on your horse
  • ESSENTIAL FOR CALMING BEHAVIOUR – The 3 key ingredients are specially formulated to reduce stress in a multi-pronged approach. The Magnesium soothes neuromuscular excitability, Calcium strengthens nerve function, and Vitamin B1 maintains energy levels

So Kalm Powder provides three key micronutrients that help the horse to maintain a calm outlook and concentrate on their work. Magnesium, Calcium and Vitamin B1 work together to tackle the effects of everyday stresses on your horse.

The 3 key ingredients are specially formulated to reduce stress in a multipronged approach. The Magnesium soothes neuro-muscular excitability, Calcium strengthens nerve function, and Vitamin B1 maintains energy levels

Directions for Use: Feed young horses or ponies in their first season Super So Kalm Powder to help them relax and to ensure that their new experiences are good ones. Do not feed to pregnant mares without seeking a veterinarian's advice.

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