Gluquestrian
MD’s Choice, Inc.

 

Description:

Joint supplement for horses of all ages.

 

Glucosamine Sulfate 2KCL is the basic building block of all cartilage, ligaments, tendons, and joint fluid, and is vital for joint health. It is the highest quality and most bio-available form of Glucosamine available.

MSM (methyl sulfonyl methane) supplies biologically active sulfur, which is required to build joint cartilage and connective tissues and improves lubrication.
Manganese has been found to be essential in the formulation of skeletal cartilage and is required in the chemical processes that use Glucosamine.
Ascorbate is used in this product for ingredient stability and product shelf life.

Gluquestrian does not contain Chondroitin Sulfate. Studies have shown that, when taken orally, only 10% to 30% of Chondroitin Sulphate is absorbed, whereas up to 98% of Glucosamine Sulfate is absorbed.

This product does not contain Cetyl Meristolate, Oral HA, or any other painkillers. It is guaranteed to work better and faster than liquids.

 

Guaranteed Analysis:

Serving: 1 teaspoon (1 scoop)

Servings Per Container: 240

 

Amount Per Serving

Glucosamine Sulfate 2KCL (99.9% pure)

2,334 mg

MSM (distilled micropril 99.9% pure)

1,168 mg

Sodium Ascorbate (Vitamin C)

500 mg

Manganese (Amino Acid Chelate)

16 mg

 

Other Ingredients:

Maltodextrin (flow agent).

 

Daily Dosage Information (For Average 800-1200 lb. Horse)*:

For best results, split dose into 2 servings.

 

 

 

Manganese

Vitamin C

MSM

Glucosamine

Level 1

1 tsp.

16 mg

500 mg

1,168 mg

2,334 mg

Level 2

2 tsp.

32 mg

1,000 mg

2,336 mg

4,668 mg

Level 3

4 tsp.

64 mg

2,000 mg

4,672 mg

9,336 mg

Level 4

6 tsp.

96 mg

3,000 mg

7,008 mg

14,004 mg

Level 5

8 tsp.

128 mg

4,000 mg

9,344 mg

18,672 mg

 

Horses used in any type of English or Western riding competition, endurance competition or racing (and in the case of other significant activity increases) should be given the dosage fro the next level up 2 weeks before, during, and after the event.

 

As problems are resolved, you can lower the dosage to a maintenance level. When injuries occur or joints are stressed, increase dose by at least 1 Level for 4 to 8 weeks. While age and size help determine initial dosing, every individual’s nutritional needs are different, and dosages should be tailored to your horse’s situation.

 

Glucosamine is derived from shellfish. Allergic reaction may be possible in humans. No reports of a reaction have been made on this product.

 

The Following are Guidelines to Help you Get Started and Determine Your Horse’s Joint Health Level

 

Level 1: High risk and fast-growing horses with no current joint issues.

Level 2: Horses under 7 years old with mild joint issues, those that can be ridden without the use of painkillers and are not competing.

Level 3: Horses with moderate joint issues, those that are rideable, but often experience joint popping, trouble with change-ups or limping after riding.

Level 4: Horses with serious joint problems or injuries, those that cannot be ridden easily or safely without painkillers.

Level 5: Horses with extreme joint problems, those that should not be ridden at all. We recommend that you contact us to determine the proper dosage.

 

The statements on this label have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

Made in the USA.



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