The obvious nature of acute laminitis is the swelling of the lamina which has two fundamental qualities.
First, all swelling involves oxidative stress. 95% Effective At Preventing Rotation In Acute Laminitis!
Secondly, it creates a hydraulic system. The oxidative stress activates the matrix metalloproteinase. This stress causes the breakdown of the Desmosomal bonds in the lamina if left untreated.
24 Dose treatment.
Desmosphyrine is applied topically on all 4 feet every 12 hours for 72 hours. The proprietary superoxide dismutase works to preserve the desmosomal bonds of the lamina from the oxidative stress catalyze by MMP-1, MMP-2, MMP-9, MMP-13, ADAMTS-4.
Desmosphyrine uses Superoxide Dismutase to protect the basal membrane from Reactive Oxygen Species and preserves the Desmosomal Bonds of the lamina when caught in time.
(This treatment needs to be applied as soon as the horse presents signs of acute laminitis. It needs to be on hand)