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Dr. Weyrauch Mg Magnesium - 1kg

Dr. Weyrauch Mg Magnesium contains only purely organically bound and therefore highly available magnesium in the form of magnesium citrate in a delicate herbal mélange. Feeding trials have clearly shown that Dr. Weyrauch Mg Magnesium is readily eaten by horses and has a rapid effect.

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  • Dr. Weyrauch Mg Magnesium - 1kg

    Dr. Weyrauch MgMagnesiumcontains only purely organically bound and therefore highly available magnesium in the form of magnesium citrate in a delicate herbal melange. Feeding trials have clearly shown that Dr. WEYRAUCH Mg Magnesium is readily eaten by horses and has a rapid effect. A 10-day feeding trial on 20 horses with proven magnesium deficits in the blood showed significantly more composure and calmness. Comparisons with the feeding of pure chemical magnesium citrate showed that magnesium citrate in combination with a specific herbal potpourri accelerates and secures transportation. With 3 measuring spoons of magnesium (45g), the large horse receives a highly bioavailable 5 grams of magnesium, which can be made available to the metabolism immediately. This is particularly interesting for horses during or after hospital stays, for actively used high-performance and sport horses as well as mares in premature labor. Deficits detected in the blood are compensated for in this way within 14 days. The horses appear more relaxed, more rideable and calmer. We consider the use of Mg Magnesium in young horses in training to be obligatory. The horse's magnesium requirement increases dramatically during periods of physical growth, during physical exertion due to muscle development and in stressful situations. Covering the magnesium requirement with hay is subject to fluctuations. Compensation with inorganic salts is questionable compared to organically bound compounds. This is why horse owners often have the feeling that a magnesium supplement would not have helped. Magnesium supplementation should be considered for blood values below 0.8 mmol/l. Magnesium plays a significant role in the formation of the bone matrix. The proportion of magnesium in bone is actually almost 12 percent. A magnesium deficiency can therefore impair the structure and elasticity of bones, as well as the quality of teeth. Even with sufficient calcium intake, sufficient calcification of the bone is not guaranteed - due to the reduced effectiveness of parathyroid hormone and vitamin D3 caused by the magnesium deficiency (Jeroch/Simon/Zentek 2012). A magnesium deficiency can lead to pathological calcium deposits. Muscle metabolism is disturbed and manifests itself in over-acidified, cramped muscles that do not want to loosen, which can also spread to the digestive area. Depending on the individual, this form of spasm can range from the muscles of the eyes to the muscles of the lungs and the corresponding symptoms.

  • Composition
  • Magnesium citrate, dried seeds (fenugreek, fennel, milk thistle), dried herbs (coriander).

    Analytical ingredients

    Crude protein 4 %, crude fat 1 %, crude fiber 2 %, crude ash 13 %, magnesium 12 %

  • Feeding recommendation
  • Large horses 45g daily (3 measuring spoons), less for small horses.