A Horse Care Product for health
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) has been referred to as the master vitamin because of the enormous range of body functions that it assists. No wonder vitamin C is easily the most popular supplement for people. In recent years, it has become widely accepted that the absorption and utilization of vitamin C can be optimized by support from the nutrients normally occurring with it in whole natural foods. These nutrients also play direct roles in body chemistry and are themselves enhanced by vitamin C.
Springtime C-Complex is the only true, fully supported vitamin C supplement for dogs and horses on the market. Because of its powerful synergistic qualities, you will find that C-Complex has a higher benefit per penny spent than any other vitamin C product.
Now with Carrot Powder – Delicious, Flavor Packed with Nutrients
Carrots are one of the worlds richest sources of carotenoids, a class of compounds related to vitamin A. Some act as antioxidants or have other important functions. The best known of these is beta-carotene but there are others including alpha- and gamma-carotene, lutein, and lycopene. When foods containing beta-carotenes are consumed, the beta-carotene is converted into vitamin A in the liver. Since the liver only converts what it needs, carrot powder is a totally safe source of vitamin A.
Citrus Bioflavonoid Complex
(35% Hesperidin guaranteed) and purified Rutin
The best available citrus bioflavonoid complex comes from baby orangettes harvested at peak nutritional potency. Baby orangettes are picked fresh, immediately freeze dried whole and powdered for full spectrum nutrition.
Vitamin C with bioflavonoids acts as an antioxidant which protects against the formation of free radicals.
The rutin contained in C-Complex is a powerful, non-citrus bioflavonoid purified at 97%.
Directions for Use
Enclosed scoop measures about 3/4 oz. dry weight of Springtime C-Complex. For best results, start horse off with just a sprinkle for the first few days and gradually increase to at least one full scoop per day per 1,000 lb. horse. Dose may be doubled or tripled during heavy training. (Dog scoop may also be used for horses – 6 scoops equals minimum serving per 1,000 lb. horse.)