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Contains: Methyl sulfonyl methane 200 mg/mL
Features and Benefits
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is a naturally occurring source of bioavailable nutritional sulfur for horses, to aid in the prevention of sulfur deficiency in the diet.
DMSO2 has been used to successfully reduce inflammation and swelling in joints and soft tissues after trauma or injury for many years. DMSO2 is rapidly distributed and metabolised in the body, but, interestingly , the therapeutic effect of DMSO2 has consistently appeared to last longer than could be explained. A direct metabolite of DMSO2 methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) has since been found to provide the longer term benefits.
As the active metabolite of Dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO2), MSM is free from the adverse side effects and withdrawal times seen with DMSO2.
DMSO2 is an anti-inflammatory agent and free radical scavenger.
Sulfur is an essential bonding element in hooves, skin, hair and connective tissue. It also occurs in certain enzymes, hormones and immunoglobulins (antibodies).
Levels of MSM are low, or altogether deficient in many processed feeds such as cereal or pelleted food, and even sun-dried hays.
The anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects of methylsulfonylmethane are recognised, and the ability of added sulfur to assist in the nutritional management of foot and hoof conditions in horses is also well recognised.
Dosage and Administration
Adult Horses: 20 mL daily by intravenous injection, or as directed by a veterinarian, preferably within 4 - 6 hours of anticipated hard work.
100 mL sterile multi-dose glass vial.
Store below 25o C (air conditioning). Protect from light.