Equiwinner™ - Electrolytes for Horses
Does your horse have a drinking problem? Good hydration is not just about how much a horse drinks, it’s also about how the water is used internally. A properly hydrated horse with balanced electrolytes will be healthier and perform better. A dehydrated horse is at increased risk of impaction colic and reduced athletic potential.
The horse’s body is a complex balance of cells, tissues, and fluids that direct and respond to a staggering array of electrical impulses every second. Each signal is carried to its intended destination. This happens because minerals such as sodium, chloride, potassium, calcium and magnesium form electrically charged electrolytes called ions. Properly balanced ions in and outside the cells of the body are essential in transmitting electrical impulses along nerves for muscle function, such as your horse’s beating heart or muscle contractions to allow him to run. And they manage all your horse’s bodily fluids.
But what should owners do when their horse’s electrolytes are not functioning properly? It’s not just a case of feeding more electrolytes. It’s making sure they are functioning effectively and doing what they are supposed to do.
A highly effective way to ensure electrolyte balance is to use Equiwinner™, a patented, non-invasive patch placed on the horse’s rump. The 10-day treatment can be effective for months when used as directed.
The patch contains only naturally balanced electrolytes and the horse’s body simply recognizes and responds to them. There are no side effects and Equiwinner™ will never test positive in a competition or race. With proper electrolyte activity, horses will be hydrated, their health and performance will improve, and conditions like head-shaking, tying-up and anhidrosis (inability to sweat) can disappear.
Equiwinner™ has been available internationally for over 10 years making electrolytes work properly to restore horse health. Not only can many debilitating conditions resolve themselves once the electrolyte balance is correct but horses will feel better and perform better.
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