Disclaimer: The reviews below are for informational purposes only and are not intended to substitute from the advice or direction from your veterinarian. Furthermore, the information below contains opinions expressed solely by users of Peak Performance Nutrients products. These reviews are given without compensation to the actual users and are not the opinions of Peak Performance Nutrients, Inc.
Ex Stress: 2002 Horse Journal product of the Year
"A calmative can't replace training. A horse that's too much for a rider needs a new home or professional training. That said, there are times when a horse gets on edge for acceptable reasons and needs help. We prefer to try to combat the problem nutritionally, reaching first for magnesium and thiamine, which are nicely combined in Ex Stress, made by Peak Performance." - Horse Journal December 2002
Perfect Balance Electrolite: 2007 Horse Journal Product of the Year
"The idea behind electrolyte supplementation is to replace the nutrients lost through sweat. Therefore, a good electrolyte will include those ingredients at levels that closely match those lost through sweat. This is it. Plus, it contains no sugars or fillers." - Horse Journal December 2007
July 2007 Horse Journal Article:
"Avoid Tying-Up With Muscle Management"
"Proprietary blend of potassium chloride, sodium bicarbonate, calcium, magnesium, vitamin E and selenium. These ingredients cover the major nutritional bases, and the product has performed well for us."
"For added control with horses prone to tying up, we would reach first for Tie Free 24, which covers the major nutritional bases."