We use naturally occurring vitamin C from organic Rosehip powder, which gives the formula an orange hue. MSM works best when taken alongside vitamin C; they have a great synergistic relationship. The presence of the vitamin improves the MSM's absorbance rate, producing more potent effects. Vitamin C and MSM also share several complementary roles, making them ideal companions when taken as supplements.
MSM +Vitamin C is highly effective in healing and providing elasticity to connective tissue through collagen production. Collagen is present in the tissue that connects all the inner organs, bones, and teeth. The more collagen is built and retained in the connective tissue, the more fluid is maintained, thus making the tissue more flexible and elastic. In addition, MSM can provide relief by lowering pressure in cells, thus allowing more nutrients to be absorbed. By making cells healthier, MSM reduces inflammation and works in multiple ways to help your animal stay healthy.
Suggestions on how to include in your animal's diet:
Mix the recommended amount with your animal's food or liquid. You can increase the dose in times of joint and ligament stress.
Nutritional information per 100 g
Calorific value 184 kJ/ 44 kcal
Fat 0.32 g
Carbohydrates 9.8 g
sugar 3.6 g
Dietary fiber 12.6 g
Vit C 8.16 mg
Benefits and Uses of MSM for Horses
You may have heard that Sulphur is essential for your horse, and in this post, I want to discuss one of the richest sources of Sulphur, MSM. MSM or Methyl Sulphonyl Methane is a naturally occurring compound that contains up to 34% Sulfur. Sulfur is crucial for most animals, and it helps keep them healthy by maintaining the joints, ligaments, tendons, and hooves.
Some horses may get their daily Sulphur requirement from diet alone, but most horses will need a dietary supplement to maintain an adequate supply. When the body requires Sulphur, it gets it by breaking down two amino acids called Methionine and Cysteine. While this supplies Sulphur, over time, the body gets deficient in these two amino acids, resulting in reduced protein synthesis. The best solution to combat this problem is to add an MSM supplement to your horse's diet. This ensures that they get an adequate supply of Sulphur without compromising on protein synthesis.
Now let’s look at some of the benefits of MSM for horses:
There are no recorded side effects of using an MSM supplement for your horse, so you can safely add it to your horse's diet without worrying about their health. If you are doubtful, though, it is always a good idea to consult your veterinarian!
MSM is an excellent supplement for your horse, and you can reap all these benefits by adding the recommended dose of MSM to your horse's diet. Most experts suggest starting with a dose of 20g per day and then reducing it to 10g once your horse's health has improved. This maintenance dose is enough to supply the daily requirement of Sulphur.