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Thiamine Pellets 2lb

$39.75 available on subscription

Thiamine has a long history of use as an aid to maintaining calm in the equine nervous system. It is used either alone or in combination with Magnesium or Calcium.

Thiamine/B1 is of special significance in the equine nervous system because of its unique involvement in the processing of carbohydrates and glucose for aerobic energy generation. Glucose is the preferred fuel of the brain. Anything that increases metabolic rate, such as exercise, can increase the requirement. A high carbohydrate diet can also increase requirements. Horses with a history of digestive upsets or diarrhea may have poor intestinal supplies.

Thiamine/B1 is essential for life and cannot be synthesized by the horse’s body. The B vitamins are required for the metabolism of all types of cellular fuels – carbohydrates, protein and fats.

Thiamine comes from the diet and is also produced by organisms in the horse’s intestinal tract. Grasses and hay are poor sources

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Feed at the rate of 15g daily. Scoop included

Thiamine is important in carbohydrate metabolism and the healthy transmission of nerve impulses. It can be used alone or in combination with Magnesium or Calcium.

Thiamine B1 is of special significance in the equine nervous system because of its unique involvement in the processing of carbohydrates and glucose for aerobic energy generation. Glucose is the preferred fuel of the brain. Anything that increases metabolic rate, such as exercise, can increase the requirement. A high carbohydrate diet can also increase requirements. Horses with a history of digestive upset or diarrhea may have poor intestinal supplies.

Adequate levels of the vitamin Thiamine (B1) support the healthy metabolism of the brain’s major fuel, Glucose, which may help reduce hyperactivity and promote relaxation. The B vitamins are required for the metabolism of all types of cellular fuels – carbohydrates, protein and fats.

2lb bag = 60 day supply
6lb bag = 180 day supply

Scoop included

Thiamine has a long history of use as an aid to maintaining calm in the equine nervous system. It is used either alone or in combination with Magnesium or Calcium.

Thiamine/B1 is of special significance in the equine nervous system because of its unique involvement in the processing of carbohydrates and glucose for aerobic energy generation. Glucose is the preferred fuel of the brain. Anything that increases metabolic rate, such as exercise, can increase the requirement. A high carbohydrate diet can also increase requirements. Horses with a history of digestive upsets or diarrhea may have poor intestinal supplies.

Thiamine/B1 is essential for life and cannot be synthesized by the horse’s body. The B vitamins are required for the metabolism of all types of cellular fuels – carbohydrates, protein and fats.

Thiamine comes from the diet and is also produced by organisms in the horse’s intestinal tract. Grasses and hay are poor sources

Additional information

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 6 in
Prescription