Dietetic feed to support the liver. A horse’s body has a lot of waste substances to process. Cavalor Hepato Liq supports the equine metabolism.
Waste products of metabolism are detoxified or filtered by the liver and the kidneys and subsequently removed from the horse's body. If that process fails to function, waste products accumulate and liver and kidney function are altered in particular ways. Liver cells, for example, may no longer have a chance to regenerate (recover). Kidney and liver dysfunction may result in various complaints and is difficult to diagnose, even for specialists, without using various diagnostic tools. Cavalor Hepato Liq is a preparation for horses containing natural substances which - as a supplement to the daily feed ration - play an important role in the protection and regeneration of the liver and kidneys but also lighten the workload on these organs. For example, the release of bile salts is stimulated. The specific composition of Cavalor Hepato Liq ensures that these substances are easily absorbed. In many cases results are clearly noticeable after just one week. Active competition horses with a heavy competition schedule are frequently given Cavalor Hepato Liq during rest periods between or following a succession of events involving intense exercise.
Cavalor Hepato Liq contains herbs, antioxidants and amino acid compounds (see packaging for label values).
Sprinkle 20 ml over the daily feed for one week (dosage shown on the bottle). If necessary, this can be repeated at intervals of 21 days. (Maximum dose per animal per day: 50 ml.)
Bottle containing 2000ml
Why should I use Cavalor Hepato Liquid?
The liver plays a vital role in the general metabolism of the horse (which enhances performance). It is an organ where numerous chemical transformations responsible for a number of important functions take place. The herbal components in Cavalor Hepato Liquid are known to have hepatoprotective reactions. Other components may also help support the body in excreting waste products from the blood through urine. In our experience, Cavalor Hepato liquid is best applied when it is administered after a heavy competition season.
What are common liver problems and their symptoms?
Specific symptoms pointing to liver problems arise only when a high percentage of the liver is already damaged. In earlier stages of liver damage there may be non-specific signs such as: low appetite, weight loss, poor coat condition, diarrhea, stomach pain, restlessness or tiredness. Jaundice and photosensitivity of non-pigmented skin may also be related to liver disease. Horse owners should contact a veterinarian when a liver problem is suspected.
Can I give my horse Cavalor Hepato Liquid if he gets other supplements?