Gastroquin acute

Category: digestion and ulcer

  • In the case of digestive problems (diarrhea) during the first two months of life, foals receive 2 x 15 ml of Gastroquin acute / day. Older foals and adult horses receive up to 4 x 15 ml of Gastroquin acute / day.

  • Crude Protein 3.5 %, Crude Fat 58.6 %, Crude Fibre 0.2 %, Crude Ash 11.5 %, Sodium 1.5 %, Potassium 1.3 %, Chlorides 3.5 %

  • Sunflower Oil 54.3 %, Dextrose* 8.0 %, Yeast, Dried 8.0 %, Sodium Chloride 4.0 %, Potassium Chloride 2.4 %

  • Vitamin E (all rac-α-Tocopheryl Acetate, 3a 700) 1.000 mg, Vitamin B1 as Thiamine Hydrochloride 400 mg, Vitamin B2 as Riboflavin-5‘-phosphate ester, Monosodium Salt 400 mg, Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, 3a 831) 100 mg, Vitamin B12 as Cyanocobalmin 5000 mcg

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Dietary feed supplement to stabilise water and electrolyte balance – to be used preventatively as well as during or after digestive upsets
• Stabilisation of the water and electrolyte balance
• Encourages a return to normal droppings
• Quick recovery from diarrhea
Gastroquin acute stabilises water and electrolyte balance and furthermore has a positive effect on the consistency of the droppings. Probiotics like Saccharomyces cerevisiae support the physiological microbial balance of the large intestines. Vitamins and electrolytes lost during periods of diarrhea will be supplemented by Gastroquin acute.

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