Compose 2x Pelleted Calming Horse Supplement

$23.99

Provides mental composure without the negative side effects of tranquilizers. Tryptophan is a building block of serotonin production in the brain. Serotonin regulates mood balance and is responsible for the transmission of nerve signals through the brain. Thiamine plays a role in nerve transmission and is important in controlling hyperactivity. Magnesium is important in maintaining correct nerve transmission and muscle function.

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Description

Each 2-scoop serving contains 1,870 mg magnesium, 6,000 mg l-tryptophan, and 30 mg thiamine.
Directions: For use prior to activities – Administer 2 scoops per 1,000 lbs body weight on an empty stomach. After administering, allow 1-3 hours prior to activities such as loading, hauling, training, showing, new environment, grooming, health maintenance, or similar procedures. Maintenance – Administer 2 scoops per 1,000 lbs body weight daily with a meal. Scoop enclosed.

COMPOSE® 2X

Life Data Labs

Pelleted Calming Formula for Horses

ISO 9001

REGISTERED QUALITY SYSTEM

ITS CERT # US 1884

From the Makers of Farrier’s Formula®

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS

Per 85-gram serving (2 scoops)

Magnesium (from magnesium oxide)

1,870 mg

L-Tryptophan

6,000 mg

Thiamine (from thiamine mononitrate)

30 mg

INACTIVE INGREDIENTS

Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal, Fenugreek Extract

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

For Use Prior to Activities: Administer 2 scoops (85 grams or 3 oz. dry wt.) per 1,000 lbs. (450 kg) body weight on an empty stomach. After administering Compose® 2x allow 1 to 3 hours prior to activities such as loading, hauling, training, showing, new environment, grooming, health maintenance, or similar procedures.

Long-Term Maintenance: Administer 2 scoops (85 grams or 3 oz. dry wt.) per 1,000 lbs. (450 kg) body weight once per day with a meal.

Tryptophan is a precursor for serotonin production in the brain. Serotonin regulates mood balance. Thiamine plays a role in the maintenance of nerve tissues and nerve transmission. Magnesium is important in maintaining correct nerve transmission and muscle function.

Horses in Competition: L-Tryptophan is a prohibited substance in certain competitions. The event-sanctioning body can provide the status of L-Tryptophan and, if prohibited, the necessary withdrawal time.

Manufactured by: Life Data Labs, Inc., PO Box 349, Cherokee, Alabama 35616 USA

Additional information

Weight 1.1 lbs