HorseLine BoswelliaSeratta

Protection and regeneration of the musculoskeletal system. 

A unique composition of MSM, vitamin C and an extract of incense with a guaranteed high concentration of boswellic acids in a synergistic combination of acetyl-alpha-boswellic acid and 11-keto-β-boswellic acid (AKBA). Boswellia serrata may be a safer alternative to synthetic corticosteroid anti-inflammatory drugs.                    
The 500g package is enough for 25 days.
The 900g package is enough for 45 days.



SECURITY – There is no negative effect on the digestive tract and liver function, it does not appear on the FEI list as doping.  

Use:
Rehabilitation – during convalescence, after injuries and operations of the musculoskeletal system, arthritis, spine, osteoarticular osteoarthritis, bursitis, myalgias, inflammation of tendons and ligaments.
Sport – protection and regeneration of the musculoskeletal system, joints and muscles stiffness, back pains, swelling, exanthema.
Senior – stiffness, reduced joint mobility, osteoporosis, rheumatic and arthritis diseases.

Composition:
Boswellic acid – 100,000 mg
MSM (Methylosulphonylmethan) – 250000 mg
Vitamin C – 250,000 mg

Dosage/24h
Horses (500kg b.w.): 3 doses

Method of administration: mix with concentrate feed.

Boswellic acid has anti-inflammatory activity in both acute and chronic forms of inflammation in the musculoskeletal system. This is because acetylsugual acid is an inhibitor of the 5-lipoxygenase enzyme. This enzyme is responsible for the formation of leukotriene which  affects inflammatory processes. In a few days, it increases the joy of movement, improving its fluidity. The specificity of the action of boswellic acid is similar to that of non-steroidal anti-rheumatic drugs.

MSM suppresses pain impulses along nerve fibers, has anti-rheumatic and anti-inflammatory effects. It has a significant effect in the regeneration of cartilage tissue in the joints. It supports the tendons construction, ligaments and muscles. It participates in the synthesis of collagen and keratin. It stimulates the antibodies production helping the immune system.

Vitamin C has an antioxidant effect, it positively affects the maintenance of the physiological balance of the connective, cartilage and bone tissues as well as the formation of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. Increased demand for vitamin C occurs in stressful situations (transport, competition), increased intensity of workouts, lack of access to pasture, convalescence (after injuries ), weakness and allergies.