Jeffers™ Motion Potion Liquid with HA contains easily absorbed ingredients that support healthy connective tissue, joint structure and maintain joint function and mobility. Read More
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Jeffers™ Motion Potion Liquid with HA
Contains easily absorbed ingredients that support healthy connective tissue, joint structure and maintain joint function and mobility.
Motion Potion Active Ingredients (per dose):
- 3,000 mg Glucosamine HCI
- 2,050 mg MSM
- 250 mg Chondroitin Sulfate
- 25 mg Sodium Hyaluronate
Provide 2 oz per day for the first 10 days the 1 oz per day for maintenance.
- Brand: Jeffers®
- Form: Liquid
- Ingredients: Glucosamine HCI,Glucosamine Sulfate,MSM,Chondroitin Sulfate,Sodium Hyaluronate
- Size: 38 oz,Gallon
- Day Supply: (Up to 38 Day Supply),(Up to 128 Day Supply)
"Motion Potion Liquid works very well"
I ordered this for my badly injured Reining horse. I've now retired him but he has barely been able to walk. Those sliding stops, & spins can wreak havoc on a horses joints and spine. I've been feeding this just over 3 weeks. the first 5 days I double dosed him because he was in so much pain. Glad to say after the first week he seemed to ease off U walked better. Now he has perked up & is running around the pasture. This works better than some of the more expensive ones I've bought. Jeffers did a great job on this product and its reasonably priced too
Tried this on my 17 yr old QH gelding. He had been stiff on the right rear all winter, especially after he had been lying down. He's very suspicious about new smells in his food, so it took him a couple of days to stop snorting about the cherry flavor. Now he licks his bucket clean. His stiffness is better and he pushes off evenly on his hind legs now. Before Motion Potion he was reluctant to canter, now he's back to his normal pre-ride buck and head shake.