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Stance Equitec- Re Move, 800gram
- Helps support the body's normal process to remove ingested toxins
- Contains prebiotic
What is Re Move™?
Re Move has been formulated from specific ingredients that may bind harmful mycotoxins in the horse's digestive tract during periods of high mycotoxin contamination. Re move is designed to bind to the polar and non-polar mycotoxins.
What is a Mycotoxin?
Mycotoxins can be found in the fungi that grow on some grasses -mainly paspalum, rye, couch and some weeds and clover. More than 500 mycotoxins have been identified to date. They are more prevalent in hot and humid conditions (spring and summer) and can also be found in some commercial feeds and hays.
About the ingredients
Mycosorb A+ contains two main ingredients; a specific strain of yeast and algae meal, which are thought to bind to a range of toxins.
Actigen is a strain of yeast that contains Mannan Oligosaccharides (MOS). MOS are considered
a prebiotic and are thought to promote the growth of healthy gut bacteria in the hindgut. They may also support the immune function.
Power Stance is powdered coconut oil. Coconut oil contains high levels of medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) which provide the body with a readily available source of lauric acid, which converts to monolaurin and may provide anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties. The benefits of supplementing animals with coconut oil may include improved digestive health, enhanced coat and skin condition.
Signs of Mycotoxin poisoning
Symptoms can vary widely but may include:
• Itchy skin and/or hairloss
• Scabby sores
• String halt/staggers
• Wasted topline
• Sunburnt nose
• Persistant cough
• Odd sweating
• Coarse, dull coat
• Persistant greasy heel/rainscald
• Unexplained spookiness and dangerous behaviour
Mycotoxin poisoning may also cause the following without any obvious signs:
• Depleted minerals in the body
• Decreased immune function
• Negative impact on the kidneys, liver and reproductive system
• Severe cases can lead to death