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Magnum 44 Paste 80cc

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  • Oxy-Gen
  • Magnesium and Aloe Vera supplement paste
  • Supports normal digestive function 
  • Supports protective layers of the bowel
  • 80cc (4 doses)
  • 00911261

A Magnesium and Aloe Vera supplement that supports normal digestive function and helps support normal layers of the bowel.

Directions for Use:

Administer 20cc directly into mouth two hours before performance or whenever under stress. Can be given again after four hours.


Magnesium Hydroxide - used as an antacid to neutralize stomach acid and also as a laxative. In some cases, it is prescribed to help relieve mild colic

Octacosanol - used to improve exercise performance including strength, stamina, and reaction time.

Slipery Elm-A natural support alternative for equine gut health and proper digestion. Commonly used to support colic preventation as well. Slippery Elm encourages healing, and assists in regular bowel movements by restoring bacterial balances in the gut. Majority of these helpful benefits are from the mucilage found in the inner bark. Slippery Elm can be joined by Aloe Vera to soothe inflamed tissues of the gut. 

Licorrice Root Powder- Naturally supports a proper pH and metabolism. It can also be used for irritation, inflammation and colic in the digestive tract. This compounded root supplies valuable antioxidants that help maintain and support overall health of the liver as well.

Aloe Vera - Most known for helping with skin and stomach problems. It is high in digestible fiber, and its unique consistency is soothing to the digestive tract. It is also known for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and cell protective properties. Part of this is due to the fact that Aloe Vera contains complex sugars called mucopolysaccharides that support celluar health and function, it is commonly used to help mantain a healthy digestive system and even recommended for healing gastric ulcers and supporting the proper pH balance of the hindgut