Omega Balance Xtrem (Canada)This page contains information on Omega Balance Xtrem for veterinary use.
The information provided typically includes the following:
- Omega Balance Xtrem Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Omega Balance Xtrem
- Direction and dosage information for Omega Balance Xtrem
Omega Balance XtremThis treatment applies to the following species:
Equine Xtrem Performance Supplement
HIGHER CONCENTRATION OF OMEGA 3,6,9 AND NATURAL VITAMIN E
If used as recommended Omega Balance Xtrem promotes:
Muscle and joint health after strenuous extreme training and competition
Cardiovascular health and function
Immune health and function
Athletic performance and vitality
A shiny coat and well-being
Contains all 3 types of Omega-3 ALA, EPA and DHA
For best results keep out of direct sunlight and at room temperature
FATTY ACID PROFILE
*based on 1 pump (30 ml)
- Omega-3 Fat
- Omega-6 Fat
- Omega-9 Fat
TOTAL TOCOPHEROLS (Vit. E)
Cold pressed Camelina Sativa Seed Oil and Marine Oil
DIRECTION FOR USE:
Use Omega Balance Xtrem as an oral supplement for ponies and horses at a rate of 30 ml (250 kg ponies) 60 ml (500 kg horses). 1 pump equals 30 ml. The dose can be maximally doubled for additional support. Omega Balance Xtrem may be used as a daily supplement for a long term use.
For horses not intended for food. Do not use in animals with bleeding disorders unless directed by a veterinarian. The use in pregnant and lactating mares has not yet been proven. For best results, keep out of direct sunlight and at room temperature.
Consult a veterinarian before the use on animal with health problem.
A product of Lozana Health Inc., Dr Jacques Morin, DVM, St-Lazare, Québec
1.8 litres - Made in Canada
1799 BLUEBERRY HILL, ST-LAZARE, QC, J7T 2J7
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