27 June 2011

Hyaluronic acid for equine joint health

          Equine joint supplements that have been on the market are probably reasonably effective.But one reason for this is a different quality of the ingredients. Another reason is that the diet does not contain what they claim to contain. In addition, all horses react differently under
similar conditions to the same products and dishes. 

          However, it is best to start reading the labels to make sure that the joint supplement product plan includes the right ingredients at the correct height.

          Hyaluronic acid is good for controlling swelling, pain  and  heat in your horse. The gel formulations are more expensive, but the results seem to give faster and more reliable. The recommended dose is 100 mg / day. Hyaluronic acid is also a number of additives in powder supplements. Add at least 20 mg of hyaluronic acid to a glucosamine and chondroitin combination product interfere with some horses.

          you will have to use the full 100 mg dose or more. If your horse has not responded as well to glucosamine and chondroitin as you had hoped. You can find out how the horse reacts by first trying  the gel in addition to the normal supplement for a few days.