A Vital Mineral For Performance Horses: We formulated our equine magnesium supplement MagRestore® for superior bio-availability and palatability. Horses and humans need magnesium for over 300 biochemical reactions in the body. It is vital to nerve and muscle function.
MagRestore®, our magnesium malate, is a patented form of magnesium. The equine magnesium supplement consists of one molecule of malic acid attached to two molecules of magnesium. It represents an excellent source of magnesium and malic acid with superior bio-availability. In addition, malate does not react with gastric acids, so it does not upset the digestive system. Some other forms of magnesium can cause digestive upset.
- Our MagRestore® supplement is available as pellets or powder.
- Pellets ship in 135-serving buckets and 1550-serving (50 pound) bags.
Made in The USA.
Magnesium is found at significant levels throughout the body. It is involved in a number of reactions including muscle relaxation, blood coagulation, and manufacture of ATP, the body’s principal energy molecule.
Magnesium is vital for efficient circulation, the adrenals, hormones, and pulmonary functions among others. Malic acid crosses the blood-brain barrier easily and binds to aluminum in the brain, preventing an unwelcome build-up of the metal. Furthermore, di-magnesium malate is an excellent chelator. By replacing aluminum with magnesium, it eliminates aluminum from the body, at the same time making magnesium available to neurons.
Per 1000 lb horse: Each scoop/serving (0.52 ounces) contains: Magnesium as di-magnesium malate (2 grams elemental)
Loading Dose: 2 scoops with AM and PM rations for ten days or until signs of deficiency diminish.
Performance Horse Dose: 2 scoops AM and PM. Larger horses can increase dosage to 3 scoops AM and PM.
- Horses in Light Work: 1 scoop AM and 1 scoop PM.
MagRestore can be fed to bowel tolerance, or as directed by your veterinarian or equine nutritionist.
Possible Side Effects: Loose manure-relieved by a reduction in dosage.
Precautions: Due to magnesium content, animals with renal insufficiency should be monitored by a veterinarian. If animals' condition worsens or does not improve, stop administration and consult your vet. Avoid feeding MagRestore® simultaneously with ulcer medications, slippery elm or over the counter ulcer products as these may inhibit absorption of magnesium. Feed MagRestore® separately.