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OralX Electro Plex

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OralX Electro Plex

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Product Summary:

OralX Electro Plex 
 
A horse can get dehydrated while training or competing under the blazing sun. To help prevent exhaustion and dehydration, feed your horse OralX Electro Plex. This supplement boosts the process of replenishing the horse’s body with electrolytes. It has a copious amount of chelated minerals, Vitamin B, nineteen amino acids and eight essential amino acids that speed up absorption and increase the appetite.


Features:
  • Apple-flavored
  • Includes no preservatives, sugar, dyes, or fillers
  • Boosts the process of replenishing the horse’s body with electrolytes
Item Specifications:
Ingredients:
Water, Isolated Soy Protein, Dextrose, Potassium, Amino Acid Complex, Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate, Calcium Amino Acid Chelate, Sodium Chloride, Niacinamide, Thiamin HCI, Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin, Cyanocobalamin, Xanthan Gum, Sorbic Acid, Artificial Flavoring
    Guaranteed Analysis:
    Crude Protein: 9.00% min.
    Crude Fat: 4.00% min.
    Crude Fiber: 4.00% min.
    Minerals (per 34 g / per lb.):
    Calcium Chelate: 375 mg / 4500 mg
    Sodium Chloride: 625 mg / 7500 mg
    Potassium Complex: 500 mg / 6000 mg
    Magnesium Chelate: 500 mg / 6000 mg
    Dextrose: 7.5 g / 90 g

    Amino Acids (per 34 g / per lb.):
    Alanine: 416 mg / 4992 mg
    Arginine: 212 mg / 2544 mg
    Aspartic Acid: 1100 mg / 1320 mg
    Cystine: 150 mg / 1800 mg
    Glutamic Acid: 1968 mg / 23616 mg
    Glycine: 428 mg / 5136 mg
    Histadine: 150 mg / 1800 mg
    *Isoleucine: 212 mg / 2544 mg
    *Leucine: 468 mg / 5616 mg
    Lysine: 425 mg / 5100 mg
    *Methionine: 82 mg / 984 mg
    *Phenylalanine: 267 mg / 3564 mg
    Proline: 472 mg / 5664 mg
    Serine: 436 mg / 5232 mg
    *Threonine: 197 mg / 2364 mg
    Tryptophan: 101 mg / 1212 mg
    Tyrosine: 332 mg / 3984 mg
    Valine: 340 mg / 4080 mg
    *Essential Amino Acids

    Vitamins (per 34 g / per lb.):
    Vitamin B12: 7.5 mcg / 90 mcg
    Vitamin B2: 10 mg / 120 mg
    d Pantothenic Acid: 7.5 mg / 90 mg
    Thiamine HCI: 25 mg / 300 mg
    Vitamin B3: 375 mg / 4500 mg
    Pyridoxine HCI (B6): 25 mg / 300 mg

    Directions for use:
    Use 34 grams per 1000 lb.
    Administer contents of syringe directly onto back of horse's tongue.
    Ensure that your horse always has access to fresh water.

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    Use routinely with our horses on the road.
    JOANNE G on May 17, 2017
    Traveling to the southwest during hot weather...first line of defense against dehydration.
    Kathleen M on Aug 29, 2016
    I have a mare that has EIPH and I must giver her Lasix before she runs. Without Lytes afterwards she cramps.
    mary f on Sep 3, 2016
    We are trail riders, and use this product before and sometimes after we ride. This is a great product.
    TOM & LISA C on May 20, 2016
    Should this be given before or after a ride? I am riding an older horse on trails and he does very little sweating compared to the other horse that I ride with. Would appreciated your answers to this.
    A shopper on Sep 26, 2016
    Best Answer: Using electrolytes is a complex matter and is different for every horse. That being said, do not change electrolyte brands without a gradual introduction over a week or so. I used this in my horse's feed before using it directly into her mouth. Be sure to rinse your horse's mouth with water afterward. Sometimes your horse can get colic if used on an empty stomach. If your horse is eating, drinking, peeing and pooping before during and after your ride, you may not even need to dose with electrolytes. I'd ask your vet before starting any.
    Reply · Report · LINDA A on Sep 26, 2016
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    how many doses in 1 syringe?
    A shopper on Jun 29, 2015
    Best Answer: It says to give 34 ounces per 1000 pounds, but this is how I use it. If my horse is really sweaty and could be drinking more and it is really hot, I give her the entire tube. If she just needs a little boost, I give her half one day and the other half the next day. I think that generally people do give the whole tube.
    Reply · Report · JO W on Jun 29, 2015
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    I want to buy a case...how many come in a case?
    A shopper on Jul 16, 2015
    Best Answer: Never bought it in a case was not an option I buy 12 at a time the more you buy the cheaper the price should show amount in your basket
    Reply · Report · TROY M on Jul 17, 2015
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    How often is this given to horses?
    I run gaming horses in the summer, so being outside it tends to get hot & I worry about dehydration & minerals lost through sweat & such.
    Do you give a dose after each workout, or once a week, or what?
    A shopper on Mar 7, 2014
    Best Answer: we do Long distance trail.. 6 to 8 hours 16 to 20+ miles. I carry it in the saddle bag. if my horse is sweating but drinking and eating --i don't bother but if we are working hard and he won't drink or nibble on the grass. then he gets a shot.... better to be safe. running hard your horse should be thirsty-- if it won't drink --give him the elecrolyte . you drink gatoraid --right!
    Reply · Report · LINDA B on Mar 8, 2014
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