Response Products Advanced Cetyl M Joint Action Pelleted Formula for Horses
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Response Products Advanced Cetyl M Joint Action Pelleted Formula for Horses

Brand: Response Products
Code: 8696000023

$104.99

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Category: Healthcare

Brand: Response Products

Condition: New

  • Enhanced formula provides more cetyl myristoleate!
  • Specially formulated to support and sustain superior joint health and function
  • The industry's first and only joint health formula with a 100% plant-derived source of cetyl myristoleate
  • The secret to joint health is in the African Kombo Nut
  • Each 2-scoop dose contains 5,500 mg cetyl myristoleate complex (100% kombo nut)
  • Also includes alfalfa leaf, lecithin, vitamin E, l-methionine, zinc sulfate, calcium monophosphate, copper sulfate, citrus bioflavonoids and sodium selenite.
  • Highly palatable; natural apple and molasses flavorings are added to help ensure your horse consumes the full dose.

Advanced Cetyl M Equine Joint Action Formula for Horses - revolutionary, one-of-a-kind formula may help ease the aches and discomfort that can occur from heavy exercise, training and competition. Your horse's joints take a pounding - whether it's a simple pleasure ride or a heated competition. This powerful, scientifically designed nutraceutical is specially balanced with the unique fatty acid cetyl myristoleate, glucosamine HCl, MSM and other ingredients to support and sustain superior joint health and function. Cetyl myristoleate's distinct structure helps maintain and support healthy joint mobility and flexibility. Unlike most nutrients, your horse's body cannot produce cetyl myristoleate. It is derived from myristoleic acid, which occurs naturally only in the African kombo nut, whale fat and beef tallow. Used and recommended by veterinarians and industry professionals; designed for young and old horses alike. Manufactured in granular form to ensure maximum potency and greatest benefits for your horse. In this form, it is not subjected to the potentially degrading effects of heat and pressure required to create pellets.