Cavalor FreeBute helps maintain supple muscles and joints. It provides the natural relief that horses sometimes need to enjoy free movement.
Sport horses need to feel good for optimum performance. Cavalor FreeBute supports muscles and joints for improved mobility. Relief from pain and discomfort is the beginning of any healing and recovery process. However, many pain relievers contain prohibited substances or may have adverse side effects.
Cavalor FreeBute contains only safe, natural ingredients. It is gentle on the stomach and can provide relief in many situations.
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We have a wide range of nutritional supplements to support the tendons and joints of your horse, both preventively and curatively. They contain nutrients that strengthen bones and tendons, and help to accelerate joint fluid development between the cartilage.
There are supplements tailored to your horse’s level of work, age, and severity of joint problems. Preventive attention to joint health reduces the risk of inflammation.
It’s all in the mix − a sophisticated blend of herbal ingredients. The herbal formula of Cavalor FreeBute (Paste) makes use of the synergy of certain raw materials.
Herbs such as Tanacetum parthenium, Ribes nigrum folia, Viola tricolor herba and Zea mays stigmata each work in different ways so their combined effect is stronger. This has been proven in our scientific studies.
The ingredients are especially effective in alleviating symptoms associated with overworked muscles and joints (pain, fever, inflammation). Cavalor FreeBute tablets also contain green-lipped mussel.
This makes it ideal for long-term administration to horses with sensitive musculoskeletal systems, without unpleasant side effects.
More information about this product can be found in the product data sheet. You can download this data sheet by clicking on “specifications”
How to use
Cavalor FreeBute comes in 2 formats: powder (ideal for prolonged use) and paste (convenient for occasional use).
Feed recommendations for FreeBute: Give your horse 20 g daily. Maximum dosage 30 g per day per horse.