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Liquid mixture of electrolytes and quickly absorbable vitamins to increase fitness and facilitate recovery from intense training, competition or transport.
Indication for use Per day before or after a period of sweating: ponies and recreation horses: 30 ml/1.01 fl. oz;, sport horses: 50 ml/1.69 fl. oz.
Additional Information & Education CAVALOR ELECTROLIQ BALANCE - Professional Line
Liquid solution to compensate for electrolyte losses through major physical
Indication for use
Electrolytes (potassium, chloride, sodium), combined with adequate fluid
absorption, ensure the optimal function of the fluid exchange of the cells. When
the horse sweats heavily during heavy efforts, stress or in high temperatures, a
lot of electrolytes are lost. This causes the fluid exchange in the muscle cells
to work more slowly, retarding muscle contraction. This may lead to weakness and
muscle cramps. After heavy exertion accompanied by severe sweating, it is
crucial to restore the electrolyte balance to normal as soon as possible. To
obtain optimal recovery of the body after intense exercise, it is advisable to
feed the electrolytes with 1 kg easily digestible grains within an hour after
completion of the performance. The horse must always have fresh water available.
The advantage of Cavalor Electroliq Balance is the delicious taste, which
ensures that the electrolytes are easily accepted by the horse. The liquid form
is a practical alternative to other supplements, which are mostly in powder
form. The liquid form allows for equal distribution of the product across the
feed, ensuring that nothing is lost or remains behind at the bottom of the
Use Cavalor Electroliq Balance especially during hot days, after heavy training
or during extended transportation. For horses that drink less after transport to
a different stable or location due to a different taste in the water, the
addition of Electroliq Balance to their drinking water may offer a solution. It
is however advisable to first check whether the horse will drink enough with the
addition of Electroliq Balance at home. During competitions you may use Cavalor
Energy Booster (paste in tubes), containing electrolytes as well as additional
B-vitamins and amino acids.
Composition and safety of the product:
Cavalor Electroliq Balance contains sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium,
fructose and dextrose. Current research has shown that the horse may benefit
from the presence of fructose. Fructose may promote the absorption and
mobilization of electrolytes. An apple flavor that horses find delicious is also
added to stimulate appetite.
Cavalor Electroliq Balance is mixed with the drinking water or with the feed:
30-50 ml/ 1,01-1,69 fl. oz. per day. Max. 100 ml per day
Is there a difference between a liquid electrolyte supplement and a powder
No, but some horse owners find it more practical to choose a liquid electrolyte
over a powder form.
Why should I choose a formulated electrolyte mixture over a regular salt block?
A balanced electrolyte mixture contains an array of electrolytes and nutrients
that compensate for electrolyte loss during heavy exercise. A regular salt block
replaces sodium and chloride losses only.
Should I use Electrolytes before or after exercise?
In contrast to many nutrients, there are no body stores of water and
electrolytes other than those carried in the gastrointestinal tract. Any excess
absorbed is excreted in the urine. You can give electrolytes 1 to max 1,5h
before the competition. You have to give electrolytes after the horse has made
some physical effort. However, deficiencies can be prevented by replacing them
as they are lost (during and after exercise). While there is no benefit to
supplementing electrolytes more than 2h prior to competition.
Is there a risk of electrolyte overdose when combining Cavalor An Energy Boost
with Cavalor Electrolyte Balance or Cavalor Electroliq Balance?
It is safe to combine Cavalor An Energy Boost with Cavalor Electrolyte Balance
or Cavalor Electroliq Balance. The body cannot store electrolytes and the excess
will be excreted from the body through urine. Make sure that your horse has
access to fresh water at all times when supplementing with electrolytes.
Excessive supplementation is not recommended as it may effect metabolic
How and when do I need to use electrolytes?
Electrolytes contain minerals lost during sweating. Electrolyte supplements
should be administered depending on how much your horse sweats. Self-mixing
electrolytes are not as effective as a professionally formulated mixture because
the balance of different minerals as well as the source of these minerals and
the quality of their absorption is key.