• Help support the body’s normal process to remove ingested toxins
• Contains prebiotic
A Proprietary Blend of [Mycosorb® A+, Actigen®, containing Saccharomyces cerevisiae, and Powdered Coconut oil (Power Stance®)] 20g.
Morning amount: half of 0.7oz scoop
Evening amount: half of 0.7oz scoop
One 8.8.lbs. bucket lasts one horse 201 days
One 1.8 lbs. container lasts one horse 41 days
Morning amount: one and half of 0.7oz scoop
Evening amount: one and half of 0.7oz scoop
One 8.8.lbs. bucket lasts one horse 67 days
One 1.8 lbs. container lasts one horse 13 days
What is Re Move?
Re Move has been formulated from specific ingredients that may bind harmful mycotoxins in the horse’s digestive tract during periods of high mycotoxin contamination. Re Move is designed to bind to the polar and non-polar mycotoxins.
What is a Mycotoxin?
Mycotoxins can be found in the fungi that grow on some grasses -mainly paspalum, rye, couch and some weeds and clover. More than 500 mycotoxins have been identified to date. They are more prevalent in hot and humid conditions (sping and summer) and can also be found in some commercial feeds and hays.
About the ingredients
Mycosorb A+ contains two main ingredients; a specific strain of yeast and algae meal. Mycotoxins are thought to bind to this strain of yeast, thus removing them from the horse’s digestive tract. The algae is also thought to target and absorb different types of toxins, removing a wider range of toxins when combined.
Actigen and Ecocell are strains of yeast containing Mannan Oligosaccharides (MOS). MOS are considered a prebiotic and are thought to promote the growth of healthy gut bacteria in the hindgut. They may also boost the immune function in the digestive tract.
Power Stance is a powdered coconut oil.
Symptoms of Mycotoxin presence may include:
• Itchy skin and/or hair loss
• Scabby sores
• String halt/staggers
• Wasted topline
• Sunburnt nose
• Persistent cough
• Odd sweating
• Coarse, dull coat
• Persistent greasy heel/rain rot
• Unexplained spookiness and dangerous behavior
You may want to talk to your veterinarian about these possibilities.