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Une lotion nettoyante et apaisante offerte dès 200€ d'achat


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Seaweed is one of nature's richest products in vitamins, minerals, trace elements and amino acids. They have been harvested for centuries as food for humans and animals.
Algae-Marine is very rich in:
*vitamins : A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B12, C, E, folic acids;
*minerals , including electrolytes: sodium, chloride, potassium and magnesium, essential for water resorption; calcium, to compensate for phospho-calcic imbalances often present in concentrated foods; sulfur, phosphorus;
*trace elements: copper and iron, essential for the formation of red blood cells; iodine, manganese, cobalt, selenium and zinc;
*amino acids: the horse needs ten essential amino acids (amino acids which it does not synthesize). Marine algae contain these ten amino acids essential for protein synthesis. Lysine is the most important of these amino acids, it is the first to be lacking when the horse's food consists mainly of grains. Without lysine, other amino acids are not used well by the body, which can lead to disruption of various bodily processes.
Seaweed is very useful during difficult moults, promotes the activity of the intestinal flora, improves digestive efficiency and energy metabolism, useful during fatigue and for old horses with a tendency to pica.
Seaweed improves the quality of horn, hair, bones and increases resistance in general.

Do not administer to pregnant mares.


Vitamin A: 40-65 mg
Vitamin D: 4 mg
Vitamin E: 100-200 mg
Vitamin B1: 6-8 mg
Vitamin B2: 5-10 mg
Vitamin B3: 10-30 mg
Vitamin B5: 3 mg
Folic acid: 0.2 mg
Vitamin B12: 0.004 mg
Vitamin C: 200-100 mg

Trace elements
Iron: 713 mg
Zinc: 51 mg
Manganese: 164 mg
Copper: 7.5 mg
Cobalt: 5 mg
Iodine: 835 mg
Selenium: 0.9 mg

Phosphorus: 1.2 g
Potassium: 26.8 g
Sodium: 20.4 g
Magnesium: 880 mg
Calcium: 35.5 g
Chlorine: 25.0 g
Sulfur: 29.6 g

Amino acids
Asparagine, Alanine, Arginine, Cystine, Glycine, L-Lysine, Proline, Glutamine, Histidine, Isoleucine, Leucine, DL Methionine, Phenylalanine, Proline, Tyrosine, Threonine, DL Thryptophan, Valine.


horses: 50 g/day = 1 measure
ponies: 25-50 g/day = ½ - 1 scoop