Magnesium is getting a lot of attention these days.Though not many scientific studies have been conducted until recently, magnesium has been the hot topic whether you are dealing with a muscle bound horse or looking for laminitic relief. The one question that many are asking, is my horse getting enough magnesium? There are many articles…
Precision Joint Solution
Simply feed one Precision Joint Solution packet a day in your horses’ feed either am or pm.
While feeding a pelleted form is much easier and cleaner, PJS is limited to a powder form. To create a pellet form is takes a certain amount of heat and compression during the manufacturing process. This process would destroy the vitality of the pro-tease enzymes in our blend Arto-Velox ™ which would negate so many of the wonderful benfits of PJS.
In addition, the single packets is to provide a consistent and correct dosage, and also to protect the contents from environmental exposure (i.e. humidity, air, light) in order to provide you with quality that we can stand by.
Yes! Chelation Equals Solubilization. To understand the benefits of chelation, it is first necessary to understand how the body digests substances. An organic material, one which is derived from living material (plants and proteins), is more easily absorbed by the body than inorganic material (minerals).
Chelation is a process which attaches minerals (inorganic) to other substances, such as amino acids (organic), in order to increase their bioavailability. As a result, chelated minerals are protected through the digestive process which allows it to be absorbed into the cell membrane and utilized rather than excreted. An increase in bioavailability of the mineral results in the mineral being absorbed faster and more effectively by the body. What does this mean for you? You get what you pay for!
No. Precision Joint Solution was formulated and designed for equines only. It is not for other species or human consumption.
Yes. Precision Joint Solution can be used with other vitamin supplements.
Nope! All of ingredients are on the “approved list” for FEI, NOP’s, HYPR and NASC.