LaminAid - Supports metabolic problems

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Cavalor LaminAid is recommended in cases of sensitive hooves due to metabolic problems

 Key Features

  • Promotes blood flow supporting circulation
  • Supports sensitive gut flora
  • Antioxidant: Contains components such as alkaloids, flavonoids and phenols (carvacrol, carvone, caryophyllene limonene, cineole and thymol)
  • Tackles metabolic disorders than can lead to laminitis
  • Proven field studies to be effective in laminitic horses

Cavalor LaminAid works at various different levels in the body to tackle metabolic disorders in an integral manner that can lead to symptoms of laminitis. It supports the sensitive intestinal flora and brings hormonal and metabolic processes back into balance. Cavalor LaminAid also helps to support blood circulation and thus promote blood flow in the hoof
Recommended Use

Dose per animal per day:
Day 1: 2 x 50 ml
From day 2: 2 x 25 ml per day.

For proactive or prolonged use (30 days or longer):
2 x 10 ml/day

For optimal results, use in combination with Cavalor PodoSens.

Cavalor PodoSens is a hoof oil that provides external relief for sensitive hooves and contributes to faster recovery. Cavalor PodoSens contains some essential oils that are also present in LaminAid, including Betula alba and Eucalyptus globulus.

Applying the oil twice a day to the hoof and/or the sole of the hoof helps by increasing the circulation and bringing quick relief to sensitive hooves. Betula alba also promotes the elasticity of the hoof and promotes hoof growth.

Key Ingredients

Garlic (Allium sativum)
Birch (Betula alba)
Mint extract

Analgesic: Contains monoterpenes such as limonene and linalool that have been described as exerting their
action through sensitization and down-regulation of receptors in the nervous system and affecting the Na+ and/or Ca++ channels.

Antibacterial: Contains either components with a hydroxyl group (phenolic compounds such as carvacrol, eugenol, thymol, etc.), an ester group (geranyl acetate and bornyl acetate), terpene alcohols (geraniol, citronellol), ketones (carvone), aliphatic hydrocarbon, sesquiterpenes (limonene) or terpene-containing aldehydes (citronellal, neral and geranial). The proposed mechanism of action of these chemical components is by diffusion of the bacterial cell membranes, which increases permeability with leakage of vital intracellular components, finally leading to apoptosis.

Antioxidant: Contains components such as alkaloids, flavonoids and phenols (carvacrol, carvone, caryophyllene limonene, cineole and thymol). These chemical components are powerful free radical scavengers.

Supports circulation: Has a positive effect on circulation by preventing lipid peroxidation and haemolysis and
promoting the fluidity of erythrocytes.

Supports metabolism: Has a positive effect on fat and insulin metabolism (lower cholesterol, triglycerides, raised HDL, lower glucose levels, prevention of fat accumulation, etc.).

Supports digestion: Combats the growth of unwanted intestinal bacteria and promotes healthy fermentation.

Anti-inflammatory: Contains components such as terpinen-4-ol, eugenol, neral and geranial that have been reported to have an anti-inflammatory effect by inhibiting the synthesis of certain inflammatory mediator