TAIPAN is a supplement to support muscle function and recovery during training and strenuous exercise.
TAIPAN is a blend of essential co-factors to ensure that muscle metabolism is optimised, and that energy supply to muscles is adequate, to reduce the risk of lactic acidosis, muscle fatigue and Tying Up. Provision of essential co-factors and nutrients at the correct time, and in the correct amounts, reduces the risk of muscle damage and decreased performance.
How Does It Work?
Carnosine is a naturally occurring dipeptide in mammalian tissues, with antioxidant and immunopotentiating properties1. Carnosine is a physiological antioxidant and may be effective as an anto inflammatory and as an aid in wound healing1. Carnosine is present in high concentrations in muscle tissue, in both humans1 and horses2. Carnosine is the most important buffer in equine skeletal muscle2. Supplementing muscle buffers may have a positive effect on athletic performance1. Carnosine is a recommended supplement for human athletes and has been used in equine athletes. There are no registered forms of carnosine supplement available for horses and there is a demand for this product. There is no claim being made for this product other than as a carnosine supplement.
Nicotinamide is essential in increasing the use of glycogen for energy, and arginine acts as a vehicle for transport, storage and excretion of nitrogen.
Lysine is very important in muscle repair. Vitamin B12 is essential for red blood cell turnover.
Magnesium and potassium aspartates are used in the treatment of fatigue and exhaustion in humans, and of the sodium / potassium imbalance which accompanies these fatigue states.
Key Features & Benefits:
* TAIPAN is used in the treatment and prevention of Tying Up.
* TAIPAN assists muscle repair and recovery after exercise.
* TAIPAN optimises energy supply to hard working muscles.
* TAIPAN is useful to prevent fatigue and stress when travelling.
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION Administer by slow intravenous injection.
Horses: 5 mL per 100 kg bodyweight.
Administer once weekly or as directed by a veterinary surgeon.
Meat Withholding Period (Horses): 28 Days