Horse tissues normally form glucose vitamin C (ascorbic acid). However, the formation of vitamin C can be disturbed or inadequate for several reasons.
Vitamin C is needed for iron utilization, connective tissue collagen synthesis, hormone and fats metabolism and general condition maintenance, it also promotes the recovery of various types of infectious diseases.
Vitamin C is also an antioxidant and strengthens horse resistance.
Vitamin C deficiency is anorexia, anemia, poor coat, poor general condition, and poor healing wounds.
C-Max is needed especially when coaching begins and under heavy stress, stressful situations, environmental changes, intestinal disorders, postoperative and post-traumatic injuries.
Racehorses .......... 2 - 5 g
Foals and ponies ... 2 - 3 g
Daily dosage 3 g incl:
Vitamin C 2700 mg
Shelf life: 18 months