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4Cyte for Horses 700gm

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4CYTE™ Equine is a revolutionary advancement for horses suffering from osteoarthritis.

Lameness due to joint injury and progressive disease is the most prevalent cause of deteriorating athletic function in performance horses and constitutes a large percentage of the equine practitioner’s caseload. Most joint conditions have the potential to lead to osteoarthritis (OA), which in turn has a poor prognosis for return to normal athletic function.

Epiitalis is a patented plant extract with unique properties that help stimulate the cartilage cells in joints. It is a supplement to address symptoms such as stiffness or a lack of willingness to perform, eg. jump, gallop or canter. Support for moderate to severe arthritis in conjunction with other pain treatments. Support for healing after a joint injury or operation. Preventatively to promote healthy joints in high performance horses. Use in older horses.

4CYTE™ Equine comes in convenient palatable raspberry flavoured granules - given once daily with food – it can be taken with other medications - is not swabable so can be taken prior to competition Not to be taken during pregnancy or to animals with an allergy to seafood.




New Zealand Green-Lipped Mussel

Marine Cartilage


When introducing 4CYTE Equine to your horse start on ¼ scoop mixed with feed, slowly increase over the first 5 days.

If you are using 4CYTE preventatively the maintenance dose is ½ scoop (10.5g) per day. 

For horses following surgery or with symptoms of poor joint function it is recommended in the first 4 weeks to feed 1 scoop (21g) per day. This ensures good levels of active ingredients accumulate in the affect joints in a shorter period of time. After 4 weeks you can reduce the dose to the maintenance dose of ½ scoop daily. If mixing with feed is not possible, crush the granules and blend with a palatable binder such as molasses and administer orally.


Not to be taken during pregnancy or to animals with an allergy to seafood.

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