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Cortaflex HA Super Fenn Powder
Product ID: EA04
£56.99
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A double strength concentrated two-month supply of Cortaflex with Super Fenn. Specially formulated for horses with joints that have experienced excessive wear and tear, and for horses that are competing or in hard work.

Can be fed permanently or as a kick-start before maintenance on Cortaflex Powder.

450g provides a two-month supply for the average horse.

WHY CORTAFLEX?

Wear and tear to the joints is a normal function and will occur naturally with age, but our domestication of the horse has increased the stresses on joints, resulting in lameness. Constant pounding on artificial, hard or heavy ground is very demanding on joints - even hacking can cause abnormal wear and tear, metal shoes increase concussion and confinements in stables increases pressure. Feeding a proven joint supplement can help to redress the balance and support healthy joints.

Chondroitin and Glucosamine are produced naturally by the body and aid in repair and maintenance of the joint tissue. Joint cartilage is not directly connected to any blood vessels so all of the nutrients that the cartilage needs for good health have to be small enough to pass through cellular walls to benefit the joint tissue.

Cortaflex was formulated around the theory that small molecules are more likely to be absorbed through cellular walls. Therefore, Cortaflex contains the micro-sized kep active isolates of chondroitin and glucosamine, providing the body with both the building blocks and the stimulus for its own production of chondroitin and glucosamine.

Super Fenn is a natural anti-inflammatory that is competition legal and will not contravene any rules.

The combination is great for both competition and leisure horses, thanks to the Super Fenn reducing inflammation from every day knocks and strains, and Cortaflex High Strength for everyday joint mobility.

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