One AC is based on the theory of imbalance of dopamine to the nor-adrenaline/adrenaline complex. Dopamine is used first by the brain, then by the cardiovascular system and last by the sweating system. A reduction in dopamine below a certain level allows the well-known vasoconstrictive properties of the nor-adrenaline/adrenaline complex to predominate and reduce the blood carrying capacity of the peripheral vascular system to a minimum, thereby reducing the ability of the sweat glands to function properly.
L-Tyrosine, Choline Bitartrate, Niacin, Pyridoxine HCl, d-Calcium Pantothenate
One AC is weight dependent.
Average size horse, 950-1100 lbs, one teaspoon twice daily (AM & PM).
Horses over 1100 lbs add ½ teaspoonful for every 100 lbs over maximum weight.
Horses 600-900 lbs: 1 ½ teaspoons daily (3/4 AM & 3/4 PM).
Horses 300-600 lbs: one teaspoonful daily.
Miniature horses respond well to ½ teaspoonful daily.
One teaspoonful =2.35 grams (1.02 oz) oz.)
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April 12, 2016