Dr. Weyrauch Constructor vet - 1.5kg

Dr. Weyrauch Konstruktor vet is in principle also a build-up preparation that can contribute to a general increase in amino acid status, especially in the growth and development phases of young horses and horses undergoing more intensive training.

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  • Dr. Weyrauch Konstruktor vet - 1.5kg

    Dr. Weyrauch Konstruktorvet is in principle also an anabolic preparation that can contribute to a general increase in amino acid status, especially in the growth and development phases of young horses and horses undergoing more intensive training. A combination of Konstruktor vet and No. 19 Mordskerl or No. 1 Alles fliesst! is recommended to improve muscle building and physical development, not only in young horses. Damage to tendons, ligaments and joints in horses is one of those diseases that are protracted and often have an uncertain prognosis. This is because the healing of these connective tissue structures is complicated due to the special composition of the tissue. The superficial flexor tendon, the deep flexor tendon or the fetlock carrier are usually affected. The tendon tissue itself is made up of extremely strong connective tissue. This consists mainly of collagen fibres arranged in parallel and organized in bundles. If damage occurs, whether due to an injury or wear-related changes, these correctly arranged longitudinal structures become tattered. It takes several weeks for the fibers to realign themselves next to and against each other. In this process, the tendon cells (tenocytes) are enabled to build up collagenous connective tissue. As the tissue has little blood supply and nutrients only reach the connective tissue by diffusion, it is more difficult to supply the tendon cells. The same applies in the broadest sense to the formation of cartilage structures. A special feature of collagenous connective tissue is the high content of the amino acids glycine (35%), proline (21%), hydroxyproline and hydroxylysine. The peptide chains of collagen contain glycine in every third position and are also linked to carbohydrates such as glucose and galactose. Collagen is made up of three peptide chains, a so-called triple helix. The amino acid glycine is not essential, but is important for the formation of haemoglobin, bile acids, creatine, choline, purine nucleic acids and glutathione (free radical scavenger). Glycine is considered the amino acid for youthfulness and accelerates growth and development. It is structurally important for bones, cartilage, skin, tendons and teeth. A lack of glycine can lead to the breakdown of collagenous connective tissue. The amino acid proline is also non-essential and the precursor to hydroxyproline and determines the mechanical properties of collagen. It therefore has a direct influence on the quality of connective tissue (vascular stability, tissue regeneration), as it is responsible for the folding of the proteins, i.e. the spatial structure. So-called collagen hydrolyzate has been used successfully in horse feed for some time and has been proven in human studies. It supplies small peptide chains that primarily contain the desired composition of amino acids. Collagen hydrolysate is obtained from collagen by enzymatic means, purified, concentrated, sterilized and ground. In this form, it is water-soluble and bioavailable. The need for building blocks for the rapid formation of collagenous connective tissue can be increased in special situations in horses, for example in the case of tendon damage, the restoration of damaged joints and the reconstruction of cartilage tissue.

  • Composition
  • Collagen hydrolyzate, rose hip fruits, yeast preparation (rich in nucleotides), dried herbs (verbena, coriander, rosemary), milk thistle seeds, hawthorn blossoms, bamboo shoots, linseed, turmeric root, cloves.

    Analytical constituents:

    Crude protein 64 %, crude fat 3 %, crude fiber 9 %, crude ash 4 %, sodium 0 %

  • Feeding recommendation
  • Large horses 60g (4 scoops) daily, less for small horses.

    Daily feeding to young horses or horses in sporting training to improve the quality of the protein supply for joints, tendons and ligaments is possible without further ado.