Majestys Kalm Plus Wafers
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Majesty's Kalm+™ Wafers
Same great product, but with new name and improved packaging!*
Calming wafers are especially helpful when your horse is anxious, nervous, distracted, or exhibits behavioral problems. These herb-free wafers support balanced behavior, promote relaxation, and reduce hyperactivity, especially during traveling or competitive situations. They contain Vitamin B1 as well as L-Tryptophan, an amino acid that converts to seratonin, a hormone that increases feelings of well-being to help your horse be calm and relaxed.
Supports balanced behavior in all breeds
Specially formulated with Magnesium Oxide, Vitamin B1 and L-Tryptophan
Palatable wafer horses love
Made in the U.S.A.
Active Ingredients per Wafer:
Magnesium Sulfate: 1000mg
Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1): 1000mg
Ashwagandha (winter cherry): 200mg
Inactive Ingredients: Apple Bits, Apple Sauce, Barley, Cane Molasses, Corn Meal, Cracked Wheat, Flax Seed, Hulled Millet, Potassium Sorbate (preservative), Rolled Oats and Whole Wheat Bran.
Directions for Use:
Use one or two wafers daily or as recommended by your veterinarian. Store in a cool, dry place. Keep tightly sealed. For horse use Only. This is a nutrional supplement and not to be mistaken for a treat.
Size: 30- or 60-wafer package
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*Please Note: Manufacturer is conducting a rolling change on the packaging of this item. Item received may vary from image shown with regard to its packaging and name. Product was previously called Calm Wafers but now named Kalm+™ Wafers.
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Does this product work best if given before working or does it matter as long as they get it daily?
Best Answer: I ordered these to try since I could get them faster than any others. I gave them a half hour before I was supposed run so they would have time to kick in. Thank goodness I did my horse had the opposite reaction and went insane. I'm so thankful that I was with him the whole time after giving them, when he calmed down he was still shaking and wouldn't stop moving unless he had his head on me. When we asked our vet she said some horses can have the opposite reaction to calming aids. We have tried other calming options becuse he is a very nervous horse that always has to be moving and he had the same reaction to all of them. I ended up giving these to a friend and her horse was fine with them they didn't calm him down that much (he is a real hot horse) but he didn't have the problem my horse did. I'd say the best thing to do is give them a little while before you want to work the first time so you can see how your horse responds and go from there.
What resources are out there to calm a horse, so He doesn't need to be lunged for 20 minutes before riding ?
Best Answer: Hi Cynthia,
What most definitely worked for me was to Change His Diet. I have done a lot of research into the nutrition of horses and I just recently took an online course through Coursera about horse nutrition. The most important thing to look at is feeding your horse a more natural way. Cereals such as corn, barley, oats, wheat are quite high in sugars and starches. These particular kind of carbohydrates can give your horse too much energy that he doesn't need. My horse used to bolt, rear, spook and he acted as if he was ADHD. As soon as I put him on a feed that had only high quality fiber such as BEET PULP, RICE BRAN, SOYBEAN meal, ALFALFA... his behavior completely changed. For energy, I give him high fats such as oil, coconut. In any article you read, you will see that fats have a much higher energy potential than the cereals. The best part of it is that fats are cool energy. They do not hype up your horse. Do some research into your feed. Look for high protein ( 12-16 percent), high fat (10% +), and high fiber (15% +) and low starch most importantly. My horse has become very calm. No more spooking, he pays attention, and less ulcers and colic. Also check into some calming supplements and keep it consistent. If this helps, it will give you more confidence when you are riding him and he does feel that. Good luck! Monique
Best Answer: Active Ingredients per Wafer:
Magnesium Sulfate 1,000 mg Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1) 1,000 mg Inositol 750 mg Ashwagandha (winter cherry) 200 mg Tryptophan 125 mg Inactive Ingredients: Apple Bits, Apple Sauce, Barley, Cane Molasses, Corn Meal, Cracked Wheat, Flax Seed, Hulled Millet, Potassium Sorbate (preservative), Rolled Oats and Whole Wheat Bran.