PRO-COMBO # 1 – # 6

MINERALS

Minerals can be divided into different groups, which are based on the nutrients’ availability for the organism on a cellular level.

Metallic minerals

Only 10-12 % of the metallic mineral, e.g. iron, can be utilized by the organism.

Chelated minerals

Approx. 40 % of this form of mineral, where  enzymes bind with the metallic mineral in order to promote utilization, can be utilized by the organism.

Colloidal minerals

Colloidal minerals are extracted from plants and can therefore be considered as organic. They are non-toxic due to the plants’ ability to obtain “crude” toxic minerals from the earth and transform them into organic     matter. Ninety eight % of the colloidal minerals can be utilized by the organism.

SWEDISH HORSE POWER MINERALS

When manufacturing the minerals, we use a method of production which will resemble that of colloidal minerals.

With nature as a model, we turn to the plants and their ability to obtain and transform the elements into extremely small particles. Minerals in this form are non-toxic and easily assimilated on a cellular level.

 

PRO-COMBO #1 12 LBS, 360 SERVINGS    Buy Now

PEAK PERFORMANCE

Complete supplement in the powerful microdoses

  • This highly praised combo builds stamina, and increases endurance.
  • Stimulates the body to absorb nutrients at the cellular level.
  • Stimulates the horse’s ability to use their natural capacity

Natural cellular nutrition
Plants are nature’s alchemists, the extracting elements from the soil, taking carbon out of the air, making carbon chains and produces thereby vitamins, amino acids and fatty acids. When the elements in the soil is absorbed by plant roots, they are converted into tiny micro particles and the shape is non-toxic minerals and assimilated easily by the cells. It can only conclude that the plants, from the largest tree to the smallest blade of grass, you know the secret alchemical namely to transform one element to another. In our production of Pro-Combo # 1 we have taken advantage of plant intelligence.

The minerals in PRO-COMBO # 1 are in this form of extremely small particles. PRO-COMBO # 1 can be utilized by the body in the same manner as the colloidal minerals.

Ingredients:
Lactose, calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate, potassium iodide, cobalt chloride, copper sulphate, molybdenum oxide, sodium carbonate, manganese sulphate, potassium carbonate, zinc sulfate, inositol, choline chloride, beta-carotene, thiamine hydrochloride,  riboflavin, niacin, calcium pantothenate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, cyanocobalamin, ascorbic acid, holecalciferol, d-alpha-tocopherol, ferrous sulfate monohydrate.

Feeding Directions: 1 scoop per serving (½ oz (15g)). Mix 1 scoop per serving (½ oz (15g)) with water in a bowl until a stiff paste forms or spread the powder over the dry feed. Feed the horse mornings   & evenings.

 

PRO-COMBO # 2 12 LBS, 360 SERVINGS    Buy Now

Promotes the Respiratory System

Air passages consist of nasal cavities, sinuses, throat and windpipe. Mucous membranes with cilia in strategic places are contained within these passages.The inhaled air gets warmed, moistened and cleaned on its way through the nose. It is then exposed to the large areas of blood-enriched mucous membrane.

The filtering of the larger particles is done through the nose hairs and the smaller particles get caught in the phlegm of the mucous membrane that exists throughout the entire nose. The cleansing process continues in the lower air passages where the smaller particles leave the body through perspiration.

The windpipe is divided into two bronchial tubes in the chest area. The bronchial tubes lead to each lung where they are separated into very small bronchus. The bronchus inside the lung lobes divides into smaller passages, and continues to the pulmonary alveolus. It is here that the gas exchange (oxygen/carbon dioxide) between air and blood take place.

Gas exchange – The horse inhales oxygen, which gets absorbed into the arterial blood, after which the venous blood emits carbon dioxide through the exhalation. The lungs perform this whole gaseous detoxification process.

The Horse Capacity
The lungs and air passages of a horse are well developed and adapted to high capacity. When the horse is resting it has a respiration rate of 7 to 12 respirations per minute. The respiration rate can increase to approximately 100 – 120 respirations per minute when the horse is performing hard and fast exercise.

Ingredients:
Lactose, Riboflavin, Calcium pantothenate, Carotene, Niacin,  Pyridoxine hydrochloride, Sodium carbonate, L threonine,  L-isoleusine, Potassium carbonate.

Feeding Directions: 1 scoop per serving (½ oz (15g)). Mix 1 scoop per serving (½ oz (15g)) with water in a bowl until a stiff paste forms or spread the powder over the dry feed. Feed the horse mornings   & evenings.

 

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Promotes the Urinary System

By regulating urine volume, sodium content and pH-value, the kidneys are involved with the regulation of  the body fluid balance. The renal excretion is the organism’s most important method to free itself from water-soluble metabolic waste products.
Kidneys and lungs are working closely together with the detoxification of the organ systems.

The importance of water
It is tremendously important that the horse drinks plenty of water.

Always use a bucket when feeding your horse water, that is the only way to know how much the horse is drinking.

Ingredients:
Lactose, Zinc sulfate, Pyridoxine hydrochloride, Magnesium  phosphate, Magnesium carbonate, Ferrous sulfate monohydrate.

Feeding Directions: 1 scoop per serving (½ oz (15g)). Mix 1 scoop per serving (½ oz (15g)) with water in a bowl until a stiff paste forms or spread the powder over the dry feed. Feed the horse mornings   & evenings.

 

PRO-COMBO #4 12 LBS, 360 SERVINGS    Buy Now

Promotes Skeleton, Coat,  Joints and Hoofs

The Skeleton system

The skeleton in a horse contains 205 bones and the body needs silicon to make bones, cartilage and connective tissue. The bones may be hard but they’re also living tissue which constantly breaks down and rebuilds.

The Muscles and Connective Tissue
The skeletal muscles are the horse’s energy source. Nutrients, from metabolism, are carried to the muscles via the blood circulation, and the muscles make the fuel that supplies the energy.
A horse’s skeletal muscles are very well developed and specially evolved for rapid movement.

The connective tissue has an extensive blood circulation. The capillaries (the smallest blood vessels) form a very close net in the connective tissue. The majority of the muscle fibers are situated close to a capillary.

The Hoof
The hoof is stable, elastic and very resistant and for the horse, an important
tactile organ. Three layers of horn, the top layer, the ground border of the wall and the insensitive laminae form the hoof. These three layers are intimately connected and form a unit, ”the wall”. Inside the horn the hoof meat is contained. The corium produces or secretes keratin and forms the horn. The hoofs have a rich blood circulation and in the deeper parts of the hoof the pedal and navicular bones are located.

The deep digital flexor tendon is attached to the lower side of the pedal bone. The navicular bursa lies between the navicular bone and the deep digital flexor tendon.

The bottom of the hoof consists of the sole and frog. The sole is concave towards the frog and is made of softer horn than the wall of the hoof. The frog consists more of elastic keratin than the sole or wall of the hoof does.

The mechanism of the hoof is the motion generated in the hoof while exposed to pressure or concussion.

The Coat

The horse grows its coat when the climate becomes cold.  Consider that the horse’s natural condition is to grow its hair when the weather becomes cold.  Therefore it consumes more energy and nutrients in order to do this repeatedly.

Ingredients:
Lactose, Glucosamine hydrochlorid, Zink sulfate, Carotene, Niacin, Riboflavine, Pyridoxine hydrochloride, Calcium carbonate, Ferrous sulphate monohydrate, L-tryptophan, Magnesium carbonate, L-glycine, L-proline, Silicon  dioxide.

Feeding Directions: 1 scoop per serving (½ oz (15g)). Mix 1 scoop per serving (½ oz (15g)) with water in a bowl until a stiff paste forms or spread the powder over the dry feed. Feed the horse mornings   & evenings.

 

PRO-COMBO #5, 6 & 12 LBS, 180 & 360 SERVINGS    Buy Now

Promotes Her Hormone System.

Every horse, even horses of the same breed, has her own personality. The personalities are influenced by the endocrine glands in the hormone system. The glands act as converters or transformers in order to convey the horses individual character, emotions and intelligence. For their natural functions they need vitamins, minerals and amino acids.

The filly or mare will not respond to training without the support of hormone glands.

The ovaries regulate the mares calcium balance. This balance is important for the skeleton and especially for the croup and hips.

Ingredients:
Lactose, calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate, potassium iodide, cobalt chloride, copper sulphate, molybdenum oxide, sodium carbonate, manganese sulphate, potassium carbonate, zinc sulfate, inositol, choline chloride, carotene, thiamine hydrochloride, riboflavin, niacin, calcium pantothenate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, cyanocobalamin, ascorbic acid, cholecalciferol, d-alpha- tocopherol, ferrous sulfate monohydrate, papain, bromelain, taurine.

Feeding Directions: 1 scoop per serving (½ oz (15g)). Mix 1 scoop per serving (½ oz (15g)) with water in a bowl until a stiff paste forms or spread the powder over the dry feed. Feed the horse mornings   & evenings.

 

PRO-COMBO #6, 6 & 12 LBS, 180 & 360 SERVINGS    Buy Now

Promotes His Hormone System.

Every horse, even horses of the same breed, has hisown personality. The personalities are influenced by the endocrine glands in the hormone system. The glands act as converters or transformers in order to convey the horse’s individual character, emotions and intelligence. For their natural functions they need vitamins, minerals and amino acids.

The hormones will stimulate the stallion’s fertility and the stallion’s/gelding’s ability to develop muscles.

Ingredients:
Lactose, calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate, potassium iodide, cobalt chloride, copper sulphate, molybdenum oxide, sodium carbonate, manganese sulphate, potassium carbonate, zinc sulfate, inositol, choline chloride, carotene, thiamine hydrochloride,  riboflavin, niacin, calcium  pantothenate,  pyridoxine hydrochloride, cyanocobalamin, ascorbic acid, cholecalciferol, d-alpha-tocopherol, ferrous sulfate monohydrate, papain, bromelain, L-carnitine, L-ornitine.

Feeding Directions: 1 scoop per serving (½ oz (15g)). Mix 1 scoop per serving (½ oz (15g)) with water in a bowl until a stiff paste forms or spread the powder over the dry feed. Feed the horse mornings   & evenings.

 

 

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Active substances – ALL NATURAL
Calcium carbonate, Magnesium phosphate, Niacin, Pyridoxine hydrochloride, Ascorbic acid.

The active substances are supposed to act as a catalyst for the syntheses of the amino acid Lysine. The active substances have influence of the stomach peristaltic and they seem to act as natural anti histamine.

Efficacy time
The active substance gives an immediate reaction on the hyper active gastric acid production. Most of our customer says that they can see results on the horses’ condition after 3 days.

Function
Our experience of Gastromin is that it not only decreases the symptom of gastritis it also has an influence of the gastric ulcer. Gastromin has a spasmolytic effect of whole the intestine digestion system.

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