X-Treme Force - Natural Diuretic

X-Treme Force - Natural Diuretic

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A natural and safe alternative to Furosemide - WILL NOT TEST


1. Natural diuretic

2. A natural alternative to the use of Furosemide

3. Helps cleanse the liver and kidneys

4. Helps with urinary tract health

5. Helps with stomach health

6. Helps maintain proper blood sugar level


Directions: Add 6oz water to jar of herbs. Tighten lid back on jar and shake vigorously for 30 seconds. Pour herb mixture into oral dosing syringe and administer all contents of jar 4 - 5 hours before event. You will see effects starting in approx 1 hour and full effect after 5 hours. Limit water intake 4 hours before event. After event give plenty of fresh water to rehydrate. 


X-Treme force can also be used in conjunction with lasix to cut down the amount of lasix used, so for example: give X-Treme Force 5 hours before event, then lasix about 4 hours out, so if horse is getting 5-6cc of lasix only give 3cc of lasix. Rule of thumb: Force is equal to about 3cc of lasix. Not only will it cut back on the intake of lasix but will help to flush the lasix out of the horses body quicker and also the horse's down time and symptoms from the use of lasix will be cut back considerably.


For maximum results, use in conjunction with our X-Treme Air line of products. 

Winners Equine Products are the alternative for better health. Using the best quality ingredients available, for healthier conditioning and training purposes. 

Tips on dosing:

After mixing and shaking container with water, if herbs are not loose enough add a little more water and mix again. After mixing with water add a little honey for taste and it will become more of a paste. Use a 100cc oral syringe if available and cut tip to make bigger for easier use. Pour mixture into the back of syringe, do not draw from the front. These tips will make X-Treme Force easier to administer. 


*X-Treme Force is used for training purposes only (breezing, etc.)


Winners Equine Products statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.