Ginseng cpl is great to use before intense exercise to reduce fatigue, speed recovery and increase performance. It is also great to use after exercise, when the horse has fatigue or in stressful conditions.
Ginseng cpl consists of 3 types of Ginseng (Korean Ginseng, Siberian Ginseng and Brazilian Ginseng), of Damiana and Rhodiola Rosea, and contains energizing, adaptogen and stimulating molecules. It is recommended in the following cases:- Before and after a competition or an intensive training to reduce the fatigue, improve the recovery and increase the performances;- In period of very intense work, fatigue and stress;- For the sexual asthenia.
Horse – 1 syringe per day.
Pony – ½ syringe per day.
Oral syringe 100 gr.
How is ginseng cpl given?
Ginseng is given by mouth in the form of a capsule, powder, or liquid extract. It may be given with or without food; however, if stomach upset occurs when dosed on an empty stomach, give future doses with food. Because this supplement may cause sleeplessness, give this supplement in the morning. Measure liquid forms carefully.
What if I miss giving my pet the supplement?
If you miss a dose, give it when you remember, but if it is close to the time for the next dose, skip the dose you missed and give it at the next scheduled time, and return to the regular dosing schedule. Never give your pet two doses at once or give extra doses.
Are there any potential side effects?
Studies are limited for this supplement and therefore information regarding side effects is also limited. However, ginseng is considered to have few, if any, side effects if used at the proper dose. At higher doses, side effects may include diarrhea, skin reactions, sleeplessness, anxiety, and high blood pressure.
Are there any risk factors for this supplement?
Studies are limited for this supplement and therefore information regarding risk factors is also limited. However, based on the potential effects of this supplement, ginseng should be used cautiously in pets with high blood pressure, heart problems, bleeding disorders, hyperexcitability, fever, or infection. It should be used carefully and under veterinary supervision in diabetic pets. Ginseng should not be used in pets that are allergic to it. Use cautiously, if at all, in pregnant or nursing pets.
Are there any drug interactions I should be aware of?
The following medications should be used with caution when given with ginseng: anti-coagulant (anti-blood-clotting) medications, insulin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), or monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs).
Vitamins, herbal therapies, and supplements have the potential to interact with each other, as well as with prescription and over the counter medications. It is important to tell your veterinarian about any medications (including all vitamins, supplements, or herbal therapies) that your pet is taking.
Is there any monitoring that needs to be done with this supplement?
There is no specific monitoring that needs to be done while your pet is taking this medication. Your veterinarian may monitor your pet to be sure that the medication is working.
How do I store ginseng?
In general, store this supplement in a cool, dry place, protected from light. There are many formulations and manufacturers of ginseng, so always follow the specific storage instructions on the product label.
What should I do in case of emergency?
If you suspect an overdose or an adverse reaction to the medication, call your veterinary office immediately. If they are not available, follow their directions in contacting an emergency facility.