Chotin (Canada)This page contains information on Chotin for veterinary use.
The information provided typically includes the following:
- Chotin Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Chotin
- Direction and dosage information for Chotin
ChotinThis treatment applies to the following species:
Chondroitin Sulfates act like “liquid magnets”. It helps attract fluid into the proteoglycan molecules. This is important for two reasons; the fluid sweeps nutrients into the cartilage and the fluid acts as a spongy shock absorber.
Chondroitin can protect existing cartilage from a premature breakdown. It does this by inhibiting certain enzymes that destroy cartilage and enzymes that prevent the transport of nutrients.
Chondroitin Sulfates alone have been found to be effective for osteoarthritis sufferers. Often just the glucosamine or chondroitin are used by themselves. However they can work synergistically when taken together to stimulate cartilage production and to help control enzymes that destroy the cartilage. Using both of these supplements can help the body heal itself. A glucosamine and chondroitin combination is a powerful weapon against osteoarthritis.
Each 28.5 g (one level measure) contains:
(95% pure from shark cartilage)
Contains no Colourant, Flavour, Preservative, Starch, Sugar, Wheat, Milk, Salt or Soy.
Horses: 2400 mg (one oz) three times a day for the 1st 5 to 6 weeks. After that 2400 mg (one oz) every 12 hours.
Eventually reducing down to 2400 mg (one oz) per day as the maintenance level.
Or use as directed by veterinarian.
For therapeutic use only.
Keep bottle tightly closed and out of the reach of children.
For veterinary use only
Do not use if security seal around cap is broken.
3 lbs (1.36 kg)
NAC No.: 12260840
510 ROWNTREE DAIRY ROAD, BUILDING "J", WOODBRIDGE, ON, L4L 8H2
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