Fluid Action HA
Fluid Action HA offers the same great benefits as Fluid Action but with added Sodium Hyaluronate for added support in maintaining healthy joints.
This contains 25 mg/oz Sodium Hyalronate, the stable and orally absorbable form of hyaluronic acid. While glucosamine increases the amount of synovial fluid in the joint capsule, hyaluronic acid increases the viscoelastic properties of the fluid. This means that the "shock absorber of the last resort" located between the cartilage encased bone ends is thicker and more able to bounce back from impacts.
Sodium Hyaluronate has been shown to be an effective aid in maintaining healthy joints. Now in combination with Fluid Action your horse will have the best defense against wear and tear associated with hard work and age.
- Hyaluronic Acid lubricates joints and increases synovial fluid viscosity
- Also contains contains Glucosamine, Yucca, MSM, and Vitamin C
- For horses, dogs, and cats
- Made in the U.S.A.
Glucosamine HCl: 5,000 mg (shellfish source)
Ascorbic Acid: 1,000 mg
MSM: 2,000 mg
Yucca: 100 mg
Sodium Hyaluronate: 100 mg
Niacinamide: 110 mg
Inactive ingredients: Aloe vera gel, bromelain, calcium citrate, calcium iodate, corn gluten, cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12), fructose, gelatin, pyridoxine HCl (Vitamin B6), riboflavin (Vitamin B2), sodium benzoate, turmeric.
Dogs: For each 25 lb. of body weight, give 1 tsp for the first eight days. Give 1/2 tsp daily thereafter.
Cats: For adult size cats, give 1/4 tsp daily.
I can't believe the difference that Fluid Action HA has made in the way my mare moves around! More flexibility and a smoother ride.
- FarmVet Rider Angela
Ratings & Reviews
Use on my jumpers and large dog!
I've used Finish Line items for a long time in our Hunter/Jumper barn. This is my first time buying the Fluid Action HA for not just our horses. Our 12 year old German Shepherd has started to demonstrate her age. I began giving her Fluid Action HA twice every day. We saw a gigantic change in her versatility in just a few days, and have kept her on it from that point forward. I would definitely recommend for both horses and dogs!