Maximum-strength joint support formula contains 29% more HA (hyaluronic acid) than top-selling brands. +MSM +Vit C
Maintains & supports healthy joints, cartilage and connective tissues*
Lubricates to help ease pain and decrease inflammation.
Cushions for better joint mobility and flexibility*
Easy to administer, fast absorption, tastes great.
Fast-acting in as little as 2 weeks.
FEI-compliant and competition-ready!
FLEXIFY-HA QUART A joint supplement can be a key element of your horse’s joint maintenance plan. Supplements can support joint health, helping to keep your horse moving comfortably and at his best. But joint supplements aren’t all made the same; the ingredients used can have a significant impact on performance and results.
Our high-performance supplements are validated through clinical research, and we put that same effort into developing our new joint supplement, Flexify-HA. If you’re looking for a joint supplement that gives you real results, Flexify-HA delivers — and that starts with its ingredients.
Flexify-HA is formulated with hyaluronic acid, methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), and ascorbic acid (Vitamin C). These ingredients are clinically proven to support equine joint health, and our formula contains an optimal blend to maximize results.
Hyaluronic acid naturally occurs in and around your horse’s joints, and it plays multiple roles in their function. The joint capsule, a fluid-filled sac surrounding each joint, is filled with synovial fluid that allows the bones to pass over each other easily. This fluid has an anti-inflammatory action that contributes to the joint’s function and comfort
Hyaluronic acid is a key component of the synovial fluid, responsible for the fluid’s lubrication and viscosity properties. It is also found in your horse’s joint cartilage.
Hyaluronic acid is clinically proven to be an essential component of joint health and joint supplements. According to the report, The Use of Equine Nutritional Supplements in Finland, hyaluronic acid helps to lubricate joint cartilage and keep synovial fluid at the proper viscosity. The report found that horses supplemented with hyaluronic acid experienced improved joint cartilage development. Horses that received oral hyaluronic acid after undergoing arthroscopic surgery also experienced less fluid buildup in the synovial joint.