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Med-Vet Levelor

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Product Summary:

Med-Vet Levelor™

Med-Vet Levelor™ is recommended to help support healthy hormonal/nervous system.

Features:

  • Excellent for competition, training and trailering
  • Supports a quiet disposition in both Mares and Geldings

Item Specifications:
 
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Adults horses (900-1,100 lbs): Provide (1) measure daily for maintenance. This level may be doubled for the first 14-21 days.

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS (PER 20 gm measure):  
Raspberry Leaf Powder 5,000 mg
Taurine 2,000 mg
Magnesium 1,750 mg
Dong Quai Root Powder 800 mg
Chasteberry Extract 100 mg 
 

Available in these sizes:
2.65 lb (60 servings)
5.3 lb (120 servings)

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awesome product
Elke W on Oct 25, 2015
helps my overreactive mare stay better focused and less sensitive
Julia D on Dec 5, 2013
I need a calming supplement for my 12 year-old mare. I don't want anything that is going to make her drowsy, but to simply take the edge off of her anxiousness when I ride. She is also a picky eater--suggestions?
Kristen M on Mar 26, 2015
Best Answer: We would suggest consulting your veterinarian.
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