Recovery after effort in horses
After intense effort or competing or following illness, your horse’s body needs support to help prevent the development of fatigue, aches and pains or congestion. A draining or detoxifying treatment can be used to aid elimination by the kidneys and liver. Your horse may need electrolytes to compensate for losses associated with sweating during effort. Finally, to prevent congestion and improve muscle, ligament and tendon recovery, you can apply clay. The feed supplements and external treatments in Audevard’s recovery range have been developed by vets and contain ingredients that aid recovery and support liver and kidney function, as well as lymphatic drainage: sorbitol, dandelion, milk thistle, prickly pear, sodium, potassium, fast sugars, electrolytes, clay, kaolin, eucalyptus.