Perfect Prep EQ Sane & Sound Pelleted Supplement

Perfect Products EQ

$75.00 

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Customer Favorite!  Pre-performance focus, soundness, and gastric support

Perfect Prep EQ Sane & Sound combines calming support, soundness support and gastric comfort in easy-to-feed pellets to create a show ready horse or pony.

  • Provides complete calming support because it also addresses soundness and gastric comfort.
  • Pelleted for easy administration with feed.
  • Effects begin immediately and peak after 4 to 6 feedings.
  • May be used alone or in combination with any Perfect Prep formula.
  • Contains no prohibited substances. 
    Suggested Use

     Feed 2 scoops (80g) with AM and PM feed, with a feeding 4 hours prior to event. For late day performances a mid-day feeding is suggested. Effects begin after 1 feeding and peak after 4 to 6 feedings. Continue as needed during performance days. 1 scoop = 40 grams.

    2 lb container will feed approximately 23 doses.

     Tips for Best Results For maximum effect, the last feeding of Sane & Sound should fall 4 hours prior to performance time. (Pre-event lunch feeding might be a good idea.) 

     

    Active Ingredients:

     Amino Acid Complex, Magnesium, DL-Phenylalanine, Inositol, Glycine, Taurine, Thiamin, Leucine, Riboflavin, Pyridoxine and Sodium Copper Chlorophyllin

     

    Sane and Sound Focus Icon 150x150 Perfect Prep™ EQ Sane & SoundSane and Sound Soundness Icon 150x150 Perfect Prep™ EQ Sane & SoundAmino Acid Complex contains peptides that are anti-inflammatory as well as gastro-friendly. It also may encourage a calm attitude.

     

     

    Sane and Sound Focus Icon 150x150 Perfect Prep™ EQ Sane & SoundSane and Sound Gastic Comfort Icon 150x150 Perfect Prep™ EQ Sane & SoundMagnesium is an essential mineral in the horse that acts to stabilize the fright-flight reflex. It works on the cellular level in helping to allow insulin to store glucose and minimize the rapid changes in blood sugar that causes excitability. Magnesium in high levels is also effective at slowing the heart rate and relaxing muscles. Magnesium and Calcium, both essential minerals in the horse, are chemically very similar but have opposite effects at the cellular level: Calcium is primarily present outside the cell wall while magnesium is abundant inside the cell. Magnesium calms the nervous and cardio-vascular system; calcium excites nerves. Calcium is required for muscle contraction; magnesium causes muscle relaxation. In the performance equine, the additional stress created by training and performance causes an instant deficit in magnesium, and an over abundance of calcium, resulting in excitability, muscle cramps and stress overload.

    Different forms of magnesium are absorbed in different parts of the digestive system. One of the benefits of the Perfect Prep EQ formula is that the appropriate magnesium compound is used in our formulas to produce optimum effect and quickly correct the imbalances in the calcium-magnesium ratio.

     
     

    Sane and Sound Focus Icon 150x150 Perfect Prep™ EQ Sane & SoundSane and Sound Soundness Icon 150x150 Perfect Prep™ EQ Sane & SoundPP1 (proprietary blend of DL-Phenylalanine and L-Leucine) utilizes a well-studied and documented “pathway to comfort” that creates endorphin production to relieve pain and instill a feeling of wellbeing. It avoids the well-known side effects of veterinarian prescribed comfort medications and helps produce a focused, relaxed horse.
     
     

    Sane and Sound Focus Icon 150x150 Perfect Prep™ EQ Sane & SoundInositol is a B vitamin that is required for proper formation of cell membranes. It is effective in Perfect Prep EQ formulas as a stabilizing element in the transmission of nerve impulses. Inositol provides an overall calming effect on the nervous system.

     
     

    Sane and Sound Gastic Comfort Icon 150x150 Perfect Prep™ EQ Sane & SoundGlycine is a proteinogenic amino acid that has been shown in studies to produce a calming effect on the brain. Glycine also has a positive impact on attention and memory in humans. Additionally, Glycine is composed of amino and hydroxyl ions which have an antacid effect and help to buffer the stomach.

     
     

    Sane and Sound Focus Icon 150x150 Perfect Prep™ EQ Sane & SoundTaurine is a sulfonic acid. It is synthesized in the liver from Methionine and Cystine. As a neuromodulator Taurine is effective at regulating nervous system activity, preventing brain over activity and maintaining cell membrane stability. It is used in human therapies to help reduce nervousness and hyperactivity.
    Taurine is also important in Potassium management in muscle cells, especially the heart, helping to maintain steady heart rates. Quick changes in blood sugar exacerbate excitability in horses. Taurine is used in Perfect Prep EQ formulas to stabilize blood sugar by potentiating insulin.

     
     

    Sane and Sound Focus Icon 150x150 Perfect Prep™ EQ Sane & SoundThiamine is an essential B vitamin that is key in the digestion of polysaccharides. Large doses of thiamine are known to provide a high level of calming effect on the horse. Perfect Prep EQ products use effective levels of the most absorbable thiamine compounds to calm the nervous system and relax the horse.

     
     

    Sane and Sound Focus Icon 150x150 Perfect Prep™ EQ Sane & SoundRiboflavin (Vitamin B2) and Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6) are B Vitamins that significantly boost the calming effects of Sane & Sound.

     
     
     

    Sane and Sound Gastic Comfort Icon 150x150 Perfect Prep™ EQ Sane & SoundSodium Copper Chlorophyllin has anti-inflammatory properties, wound healing properties and may help improve digestion.

     

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