CAVALOR® SoZen – Professional Line
Indication for use
Many sport horses perform below their ability because they are stressed and not able to focus on the competition. Stress, nervousness, panic, lack of concentration, are descriptions for a very complex problem. There is still no universal effective way of fully calming horses without using sedation (not allowed during competition!) while at the same time increasing their concentration to the maximum.
By obtaining more insight in the complexity of the problem, Cavalor has managed to develop Cavalor Sozen. This is the first equine supplement that works on the Adrenaline – Cortisol balance. Cavalor found out that stress is caused by long periods of tension. Stress will dis balance the hormonal system, by producing too much Adrenaline and too little Cortisol. The more the adrenaline – cortisol balance is disturbed, the greater the impact of a tension moment will be.
Position and safety of the product
Cavalor Sozen is a well-balanced herbal mixture of Avena Sativa, Betula, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Passiflora, Allium sativa . It will reduce the impact on tension on the horse, which will create less stress into the horse
Dosage and application of the products
Cavalor Sozen: The first time you use Cavalor SeZen you have to give a Starting Boost of minimal 10 days 30 g per day (four scoops). This is needed to rebalance the Adrenaline – Cortisol balance. REMARK; sometimes after 4 – 5 days the horse might even get a little more tensed, but this is because the Cavalor SoZen start to work on the balance. After the Startup boost you can use Cavalor SoZen 2 days, 15 gr / day (two scoops) before the day on which the horse should be calm. Maximum dosage: 60 gram per day.
Most horses react well to Cavalor SoZen. If the horse has not calmed down sufficiently with the use of the individual products, it is advisable to combine Cavalor SoZen with Cavalor Takit Easy, which is rich in tryptophan, that works more on the Methionine/ Serotonin balance and is very complementary to Cavalor SoZen.
– Jar 400 g
– Jar 1.500 g