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Energex

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Basic Equine Nutrition

For Veterinary use only

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Not for use in horses intended for food as a withdrawal period has not been established

Bio nutrition for peak performance with electrolytes

Active Ingredients per scoop (50 G)

Maltodextrin

10,000 mg

Dextrose

10,000 mg

Creatine Monohydrate

10,000 mg

L-Lysine

6000 mg

Electrolytes

Sodium citrate

4000 mg

Calcium Citrate

3000 mg

Magnesium Oxide

2000 mg

Potassium

200 mg

L-Glutamine

1000 mg

DMG (dimethylglycine)

1500 mg

Antioxidants

Vitamin E

1000 mg

Vitamin C

500 mg

Directions For Use

Maintenance: 1 Scoop (50 gr) once daily.

Performance: 1 Scoop (50 gr) twice daily.

Energex Caution

Consult with your veterinarian before using this product and do not exceed recommended dose. Not for use in young, pregnant or lactating animals Not for use in dehydrated animals or animals administered diuretics, animals with kidney disorders or metabolic disorders or diabetes Administer during or after the animal has eaten to reduce incidence of gastrointestinal upset.

Store at room temperature (15-30 C)

Product of Canada

Basic Sports & Equine Nutrition Ltd.

T: 604-535-7550 F: 604-535-7515

E: info@basic-nutrition.com

W: basic-nutrition.com

Reaction Reporting:

1-866-574-1718

www.lrvhp.ca

Manufactured and packaged by: BASIC EQUINE NUTRITION

1 KG

20 Servings

5 KG

100 Servings

NAC No.: 1757007.0

BASIC SPORTS & EQUINE NUTRITION LTD.
1555-172 STREET, SURREY, BC, V3S 9M6
Telephone:   604-535-7550
Toll-Free:   1-888-207-8909
Fax:   604-535-7515
Website:   www.basic-nutrition.com
Email:   info@basic-nutrition.com
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Energex information published above. However, it remains the responsibility of the readers to familiarize themselves with the product information contained on the Canadian product label or package insert.

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