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  1. #1
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    Default Horse Prerace Joint Motion X?

    So I was looking around on the horse prerace site at the joint supplements, and came across this.

    Anyone use it?

    Is it the same as polyglycan? I noticed the title tag on the page says polyglycan. Seems a bit misleading since it's a generic and not the real thing. Are the ingredients exactly the same?

    I noticed they have quite a few generic injectables, including Pentosan which I think normally requires a prescription.

    Is this site legit?



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    That company scares me. I wouldn't use any of their "home grown" products, personally.
    Click here before you buy.



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    It scares me too. Given what they sell w/o a prescription when every other place requires a prescription I'm surprised they haven't been shut down.



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    I've known people that ordered Pentosan from them, but I'm really leary of them too. Getting the compounded pentosan from my vet is cheaper than buying from them anyway.
    Boyle Heights Kid 1998 OTTB Dark Bay Gelding
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    Default Best way to use Joint Motion X

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiffani B View Post
    So I was looking around on the horse prerace site at the joint supplements, and came across this.

    Anyone use it?

    Is it the same as polyglycan? I noticed the title tag on the page says polyglycan. Seems a bit misleading since it's a generic and not the real thing. Are the ingredients exactly the same?

    I noticed they have quite a few generic injectables, including Pentosan which I think normally requires a prescription.

    Is this site legit?
    Tiffany,

    The product we recommend is Joint Motion X. It is formulated to replace synovial
    fluid lost during surgery and also weekly IM injection to help with joint detioration
    from stress of competing. Administer at a dose rate of 3mg/kg bodyweight (1.5g/500
    kg horse), by intramuscular oral use, at 5-7 day intervals for 4 uses. The
    composition of supplements is very similar to Legend, Adequan, and Polyglycan
    plus Glucosomine. There are no side effects with this supplement. Please let us
    know if you have any further questions.



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