Chillax Equine Syringe 60ml



Chillax Equine Syringe 60ml

Chillax is a scientifically designed nutritional supplement blend of chelated magnesium, marine and dairy peptides. It is designed to restore chemical balance to the central nervous system and to help calm excitable horses in stressful conditions, therefore maximising equine performance. Fully FEI and Race Legal

Used by a Gold medallist Olympian

“Chillax is the best product on the market today by far to keep my horses focused and confident when competing .”

Philip Dutton
Olympic level equestrian eventing rider with 2 golds and 1 bronze Olympic medals.

Key Product Information

  • Chillax 60ml
  • Complimentary feed for horses
  • Brings calm and focus for horses
  • Suitable for competition use
  • Enhanced cell penetration
  • Reduction of stress in horses


Key Active Ingredients

Marine Peptides Complex

Peptides are important bioactive natural products which are present in many marine species. These marine peptides have high potential nutraceutical and medicinal values because of their broad spectra of bioactivities.

Dairy Peptides (L-Tryptophan)

Tryptophan is an amino acid that is a building block of serotonin and is related to sedation and lower levels of fear, stress and aggression in humans as well as some animal species.

Seratonin will lower the levels of stress, fear and aggression, breaking the undesirable behaviour.

Acetyltaurinate Magnesium

Magnesium is an important ion required by the body in relatively large amounts. It is essential for optimal function of over 300 key enzymes involved in energy transformation, protein synthesis and nucleic acid metabolism. It is also essential for stability and normal function of the cell membranes of excitable tissues, such as nerve and muscle.

Magnesium deficiencies or abnormalities have a profound effect on neuromuscular function and cardiac tissue. Horses deficient in this important element can show signs of nervousness, wariness, excitability and muscle tremors. This gives magnesium its reputation for having calming influences on equines.

However, giving a horse who does not have a deficiency a standard magnesium based calmer will have a limited effect.