Vitamin B1 Injection supplies Thiamine, essential for carbohydrate metabolism and energy production in all cells. Thiamine aids in breaking down pyruvic and lactic acid, crucial for hard-working muscles, and acts as a coenzyme in glucose breakdown for energy. Increased Thiamine demand occurs when carbohydrates are the primary energy source or with dietary glucose supplementation.

Thiamine, along with Vitamin B6, plays a key role in protein and amino acid metabolism, affecting various tissues, notably nerves, stomach, and heart. As free Thiamine isn’t stored, it’s readily absorbed from the intestine, blood, or injection sites. Regular supplementation, particularly for hard-working animals, compensates for potentially insufficient dietary intake. Cooking can diminish Thiamine content, and high doses may calm nervous or overexcitable horses.

Large doses of Vitamin B1 have a calming effect on animals and can help alleviate anxiety before potentially stressful situations. Horses on high-grain diets may require additional Vitamin B1.

Keep below 25°C (Air Conditioning) and shield from light.