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NEUTRADEX is an original, palatable muscle recovery supplement, mild diuretic and urinary buffer for horses. It contains sodium acid citrate to; help horses prone to ‘tying up’ and assist with reducing muscle stiffness and soreness, help delay the onset of muscle fatigue to improve endurance, and encourage horses to drink, helping to maintain fluid and electrolyte balance to maintain kidney and bladder function in performance horses.

It is recommended for; high performance athletes in hard training, horses with a history of ‘tying up’, rehydration after exertion in conjunction with a balanced electrolyte, helping to flush toxins and waste products after hard exercise and hence maintain kidney, bladder and urinary tract function, and young, nervous and heavily muscled horses in work.

Each 28 mL dose contains: Sodium acid citrate 7.93g
Dosage & Directions for Use
Horses (450 – 500 kg): 28 mL of NEUTRADEX added to the feed daily. Following hard or fast work or racing, give 50 mL NEUTRADEX orally (by syringe over the back of the tongue). Horses suffering from dehydration need a supplementary daily ration of electrolytes.


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