After examining the blood of the horse and the results of the examination appear, some deficiencies may appear and need vitamins, salts, medicines or tonics to correct the functioning of the organs of the horse, such as the liver, digestive system, muscles and blood.
Make sure that these substances do not increase the performance of the mount, but only maintain its performance, and an increase in the use of these nutrients may lead to the opposite results
Here are the most important vitamins, minerals, and their action and importance for camels
Vitamin A: Acts as an antioxidant and aids in the health of organ cells. Vitamin B1: transforms Food into energy and is essential for muscle and nerve function. Vitamin B2: Regulates hormones and helps release energy Food - Vitamin B3: Helps form red blood cells and convert Food to energy - Vitamin B6: Helps the body make proteins and red blood cells. Vitamin B12: Helps form red blood cells and maintains the nervous system - Vitamin C: helps protect cells and regulates metabolism. Vitamin D: helps calcium absorption, bone formation, and nerve and muscle functioning. Vitamin E: Protects cells from damage and helps form blood cells. Folic Acid: Helps form red blood cells and make new body cells. Selenium: essential for healthy heart muscle and protects cells from damage. Sodium: keeps fluids inside the body and helps with muscle contraction and nerve work. Potassium: helps with muscle contraction and nerve work.