Supplementing horses with magnesium to manage stress, erratic behavior, anxiety, and also to relax tight muscles is not a new concept. Nupafeed® Magnesium Calming Supplement has something else to offer that no other magnesium supplement on the market can. Nupafeed® Magnesium contains MAH® (magnesium - aspartate - hydrocholoride).
This unique form of magnesium, MAH® is a refined source of magnesium offering exceptionally high absorption rates and increased bio-availability. This daily liquid is great solution to help your horse manage stress and anxiety on a daily basis. Simply top dress on your horses feed by using our 30ml pump that easily attaches on our 5 and 3 litter bottles.
- Magnesium-Aspartate-Hydrcholoride (MAH®)
- Potassium Sorbate (preservative)
Are Nupafeed® Supplements legal to use in competition?
Yes. Nupafeed® Supplements do not contain any banned substances in accordance to FEI Rules. See FEI Clean Sport, USEF-Drugs & Medications or AQHA Guidelines.
Who makes the Nupafeed® range of supplements?
All Nupafeed® Supplements are made by the German pharmaceutical company, Verla-Pharm under strict laboratory conditions. Verla-Pharm is primarily concerned with producing pharmaceuticals for human medicine, their equine products benefit from their superior knowledge, research and quality of ingredients.
I have given my horse other supplements containing magnesium but did not seen any improvement. How is Nupafeed MAH® different?
Nupafeed MAH has been especially developed to maximize the absorption of magnesium into body tissue and delivers significantly more magnesium into the tissue than other forms of magnesium. The MAH magnesium used is of a pharmaceutical grade, which is far superior to the grade of magnesium used in most other magnesium based supplements. Nupafeed MAH is also a liquid which helps to improve absorption.
This chart shows different sorts of magnesium being absorbed over a 1.5 hour period.
Why would my horse be magnesium DEFICIENT?
The easiest way is from their behavior. If they are muscle sore, spooky, have erratic behavior, or “stressy" typically those are signs of magnesium deficiency. A muscle biopsy can be done to determine if they are magnesium deficient but it is quite invasive procedure.