How do I use TB 500 on my horse? Can I ask my VET?
Having joint problems, tendon problems, any type of tissue repair issues with a wounded horse? This is a research product we are bringing to the market that stimulates super recovery in any animal. Tests have been conducted on Stallions and Mares that show speedy recovery. I look forward to anyone on the hosreforum to try this prodcut and your review.
The administration is easy. Recommended protocol for TB-500 is 10 mg/week for 6 consecutive weeks and then 10 mg a month later. The treatment is simple and easy. Can be done by anyone using insulin needles. Treatment is done subq just under the first layer of the skin. You simply pinch the skin in a desired area and inject in the fold of the skin to make sure you are under the first layer. Very simple and legal with no negative side effects. Other methods may be desired using larger IM needles to help administer the product correctly.
All you need is the proper tool such as an insulin or small IM syringe and bacteriostatic water to reconstitute the peptide. We supply the bac water and TB 500 for you. You can contact your vet or local pharmacy for insulin administration tools.
Ask your vet about this product and bring him to our page. Ask him to research this product and see what he has to say. The research and data are available any where on the internet. We can even ship to your vet to have him administer the dosaging for you if you feel uncomfortable.
The good thing about this product is it already exists in the body. You introduce no foreign substance into the system. TB 500 is the peptide elevated by the bodies natural healing system to stimulate recovery. You simply are adding to this natural stimulation. This is the good thing about peptides. They are amino sequences already produced by the body with no foreign intrusion.
How about on an old joint capsule injury causing it to bulge...it's been almost 2 years now...will it work to help repair this do you think? And there are no side effects? Safe for breeding animals?
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