L-Tryptophan Powder-PureThis page contains information on L-Tryptophan Powder-Pure for veterinary use.
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- Direction and dosage information for L-Tryptophan Powder-Pure
L-Tryptophan Powder-PureThis treatment applies to the following species:
It’s all about the animals.™
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS per 1/2 teaspoon: L-tryptophan (min) 2250mg
This product contains L-tryptophan which may be prohibited in certain competitions. Caution must be taken when used on competition horses subject to drug testing. Check with the event sanctioning body for the necessary withdrawal time.
Keep tightly sealed and store in a dry place out of direct sunlight.
L-tryptophan is an essential amino acid precursor to serotonin, a critical neurotransmitter for stabilizing mood, relieving panic and anxiety, and maintaining a normal sleep-wake pattern. With tryptophan, a horse makes niacin, a B vitamin, which is important for normal digestion, skin, nerves, and serotonin. Tryptophan in the form of L-tryptophan is considered 100% digestible and available to the animal.
AniMed™ L-tryptophan Powder may be given for stress from traveling, hospitalization, moving, or other situations that may cause anxiousness and may also support a normal disposition.
Horses: mix 1/2 teaspoon with normal feed ration daily. The small end of the enclosed scoop measures 1 teaspoon. Amount and frequency may vary as necessary, or as recommended by a veterinarian.
FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY. KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.
Manufactured By: AHC Products, INC, Winchester, KY 40391
8 ounces (227 Gm)
NAC No.: 1077022.1
301 WEST BROADWAY, WINCHESTER, KY, 40391
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