Magnesium is involved in many body functions such as muscular contraction, skeleton development, and enzymatic reactions. Two factors increase the risk of grass tetany: deficient intakes related to poor grass and important magnesium needs (dairy production, heat stress etc.). Trace elements deficiencies are also often linked to appearance of warts as they play a role in immunity (selenium and copper as antioxidants) and in skin quality (copper, iodine).
30 days of controlled release
REDUCED RISK OF GRASS TETANY CONTROLLED TRACE ELEMENTS SUPPLEMENTATION
Please remember that it is recommended to change the rubber tips regularly. This item is available for sale separately.
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