Plasma in Oral Form — A Game Changer for Horses

Leaky Gut? Ulcers? Chronic Cough? Allergies? A mare that won’t conceive? Maybe you have a horse that just doesn’t perform to his full potential when you go to a show? An oral plasma supplement may offer new hope.
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May 1, 2019

Leaky Gut? Ulcers? Chronic Cough? Allergies? A mare that won’t conceive? Maybe you have a horse that just doesn’t perform to his full potential when you go to a show? An oral plasma supplement may offer new hope.

What is Plasma & Bioactive Proteins?

“Animal Plasma” is the term set forth by the American Feed Control Officials to describe serum-derived biologically active proteins. This is not “nutritional protein” in the sense of what you might find on a feed tag. This is “functional protein” which contains over 1,000 biologically active components that improve the body at the cellular level.

Could Bioactive Proteins in Plasma Help My Horse?

When the body is in distress, it needs support from biologically active proteins. For example, when a horse has gastric ulcers, the lining of the stomach is in distress with open sores and inflammation. When a horse is a bleeder (exercise induced pulmonary hemorrhage), the lung tissue is rupturing causing distress and inflammation. When a horse has allergies or hives, the immune system is in distress and reacts with an inflammatory response. When a horse gets nervous, the digestive system is in distress as blood is diverted away from the digestive process. If your horse is ever in a situation that causes stress within the body, the bioactive proteins in plasma may help

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