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AstraVital boosts the horse in more ways than one. In today's horse management, the horse can experience more stress than it was originally designed for. It can be as simple as, for example, transportation, competition, environmental change, coat change, exposure to infection, insufficient feeding, insufficient access to micronutrients, etc. All this together can make the horse´s performance level go down, have a weaker immune system, which contributes to poorer health and well-being. This happens over time and is only noticed when it has gone a little too far, which is why there is AstraVital which can be used in the same way as MicroVital, and is given as a cure in spring and autumn or to support when you know the horse is going through a more difficult period.
Through liposomal encapsulation for high bioavailability, AstraVital adds extra potent content. Due to the many secondary plant substances with their revitalizing properties, AstraVital promotes the horse's regeneration and well-being in a holistic way.
Regardless of the reason, whether it is in stressful situations, during convalescence, during the coat change, for older horses or simply as a revitalizing booster, AstraVital supports the horse.
AstraVital is characterized by improved absorption thanks to innovative liposomal encapsulation of the micronutrients.
AstraVital is suitable for all types of horses due to the low dose. With ashwagandha, ginseng and propolis, which are rich in vital substances Contains algae with high antioxidant capacity With functional nucleotides to support tissue regeneration.
For the immune system, energy and vitality
In stressful situations
Suitable for all types of horses
Innovative liposomal encapsulation of the micronutrients
Packaging Bottle 1 liter
About 5 ml per 100 kg body weight daily together with the daily feed or with an oral syringe.
If necessary, the double amount can be given for shorter periods.
Withdrawal period for competition horses: 96 hours according to NEMAC!