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B- Kalm Paste An amino acid paste containing L-tryptophan is a powerful relaxer aid for nervous horses to use before racing, showing or shipping.

What is B-Kalm Paste 1.2 Oz Syringe?

B-Kalm Paste is an amino acid paste containing L-tryptophan. B-Kalm Paste has not been shown to hinder performance or alertness.B-Kalm Paste has been used effectively for many years. Calm your nervous horse before shows, during transportation or during training.

Who is B-Kalm Paste 1.2 Oz Syringe for?


Why use B-Kalm Paste 1.2 Oz Syringe?

- Helps calm horses - Has not be shown to hinder performance or alertness - Has been used for many years

How does B-Kalm Paste 1.2 Oz Syringe work?

B-Kalm paste by Horse Health is a calming product formulated to supply the essential amino acid L-Tryptophan, which mildly suppresses responses from the central nervous system. If a Valerian based product has not been effective this might be the answer.


Farnam Companies, Inc.

Active ingredient(s):

L- Tryptophan 1 syringe contains 10,000 mg of the amino acid L-Tryptophan. 1.2 oz (34 g).

How is B-Kalm Paste 1.2 Oz Syringe sold?

1.2 oz tube

What are the side effects of B-Kalm Paste 1.2 Oz Syringe?

No known side effects.

What special precautions are there?

Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven.

What to do if overdose?

Contact your nearest emergency animal hospital.

How can I store B-Kalm Paste 1.2 Oz Syringe?

Store below 86° F

Helpful Tips:

B-Kalm Paste has not been shown to hinder performance or alertness. B-Kalm Paste has been used effectively for many years by horse trainers,performance horses and show horses. 1 syringe contains 10,000 mg of the amino acid L-Tryptophan. 1.2 oz (34 g).

Administer contents of syringe onto back of horse’s tongue 1 1/2 to 2 hours prior to exercise.

L- Tryptophan.........10,000mg
Inactive Ingredients:
Dextrose, ethyl alcohol, ground limestone, potassium sorbate, sodium bentonite, sodium benzoate, sodium saccharin, thiamine hydrochloride with artificial flavor and color, water, xanthan gum.

Stress describes a negative condition that can have an impact on one’s mental and physical well being, it is unclear as to what exactly defines stress and whether or not is a cause, an effect, or the process connecting the two. Horses, like people, suffer from stress and can become ill if they suffer too much of it. One should try to avoid or minimize the amount of stress our horses experience.

There are three main types of
Constant stress
Occasional stress
Traumatic stress

Constant stress is a stress in which a horse is under repeatedly; often it is caused by a part of its daily routine. An example could be a horse that is being bullied by other horses in its pasture on a daily basis. This kind of stress can affect
the horse’s behavior, making it nervous and difficult to handle. It can also affect its health resulting in the development of ulcers and reduction in the efficiency of its immune system.

Occasional stress is a stress which occurs from time to time, but not daily. The stress of transporting a horse to the occasional competition is an example of this kind of stress. Such stress, unless it is extreme normally has little effect on the
horse once the event has passed. There are exceptions, if the stress conditions are repetitive such as an unpleasant experience every time it is taken to competition the horse may eventually develop an aversion to competitions.

Traumatic stress
is a high stress event, such as a painful injury. These events can
result in mental and behavioral issues. If a horse is injured while being transported it may develop a fear of trailers and refuse to enter them, this is an example of traumatic stress. It can also be caused by extreme fear, a horse that is very frightened, even if it suffers no injury, may develop the same mental and behavioral problems.
Horse can suffer from several other types of stress as well such as isolation stress, social stress, boredom, change and uncertainty, training, noises and surprises, confinement and dark, and pain. The best treatment for stress is simply to
remove the cause of stress.

One should also provide a horse with an environment
with lots of mental stimulation, in an environment which it feels safe and is treated in a consistent way. In some cases, stress may result in or contribute to the development of behavioral issues. In this case the required treatment depends on the type of behavioral issue and the individual horse.
However when one cannot simply remove the stress there are other options out there to assist in calming your horse before a show or competition. They come in the form of pastes with the essential amino acid L-tryptophan, this nutrient aids
in relaxing nervous horses before racing, showing or shipping. B-Kalm is highly recommended when it comes to these pastes, it contains no drugs and will not test positive. Many people have stated that it works extremely well and does
not make the horse drowsy or hinder its performance.

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