Why give your horse PharmaHorse BCAA?
BCAA powder contains three essential amino acids with a branched chain: L-leucine, L-isoleucine and L-valine. The abbreviation BCAA stands for Branched Chain Amino Acids. The PharmaHorse BCAAs are a structural element for muscle tissue.
BCAA prevents muscle deterioration caused by intensive training and is essential for building muscles; after training BCAAs are responsible for fast recovery and maximum muscle increase.
As a trainer, this enables you to train your horse more intensively causing less muscle deterioration and ensuring that muscles recover quickly and more strongly after training. Maximum performance and muscle building: after every training session!
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Benefits of BCAA:
- stimulates muscle building
- less muscle deterioration
- promotes fast recovery
- helps against fatigue
- improves the immune system
- gives energy
When should you use BCAA?
- for competitions
- preparing for tests
- intensive training
- horse or pony fatigue
Read more here about strength/stamina training for horses...
Tip: Use for at least 4 weeks. If desired, you can also administer this product constantly (max. of 6 months) in regular intervals of 2-3 weeks. If necessary, repeat after 2 months.
Apple aroma, dextrose and other sugars. are significantly cheaper raw materials that are blended and should not be mistaken for other muscle builders on the market. Our BCAA contains only the purest Leucine, Valine and Isoleucine. There is no purer product available.
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|Composition per gram:
||500 mg (50%)
||250 mg (25%)
||250 mg (25%)
Directions for use:
Pony: Approx. 6 grams (1/2 a measuring scoop) twice a day, and 12.5 grams twice a day 4 days before a competition.
Horse: Approx. 12.5 grams twice a day, and 25 grams twice a day 4 days before a competition.
PharmaHorse BCAA can be mixed with your horse's daily feed.
1 measuring scoop is equal to approximately 12.5 grams = 12,500 mg.