Rayobase VET alkaline mineral powder for cats, dogs and horses

£50.00 or Original price was: £50.00.Current price is: £47.50. / month

£50.00 or Original price was: £50.00.Current price is: £47.50. / month

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Rayobase VET alkaline mineral powder for cats, dogs and horses

£50.00 or Original price was: £50.00.Current price is: £47.50. / month

Rayobase VET alkaline mineral powder for cats, dogs and horses

Monthly subscription available

Alkaline mineral powder, bottle (350 g).

  • Alkaline feed for cats, dogs and horses developed with Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt
  • Perfect as a daily feed supplement
  • Free from flavourings, lactose, fructose, gluten
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Rayobase VET alkaline mineral powder for cats, dogs and horses

There are many different feeds and feed additives available on the market.

However, not everything that is advertised is good for your pet.

The acid-base balance of an animal depends very much on the feeding and the feedstuffs used. Many ready-made feeds and feed additives lead to a shift in the acid-base balance. Persistent acidosis can have a negative effect on the animal's vitality and fitness.

Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt can be used to analyse whether a feed additive has a beneficial or detrimental effect on an animal's organism.

The Rayobase® VET has been developed on the basis of this analysis and is therefore tailored to the needs of the animal's organism.

Rayobase® VET is an alkaline mineral powder for cats, dogs and horses and is suitable as a daily food supplement. The balanced combination of alkaline minerals is supplemented by the trace elements zinc and silica.

Minerals and trace elements are also essential for animals:

  • Magnesium, calcium and potassium support normal muscle function.
  • Magnesium and potassium contribute to the normal functioning of the nervous system.
  • Calcium and magnesium support normal energy metabolism and are also needed to maintain normal bones and teeth.
  • Calcium also contributes to the normal function of digestive enzymes.
  • Zinc contributes to the protection of cells against oxidative stress, supports the normal function of the immune system and a normal acid-base metabolism.

Instructions for proper intake

  • Horse: 1 level measuring spoon daily, equivalent to 3.5 g
  • Dog (large): 0.5 scoops daily, equivalent to 1.75 g
  •  Dog (small) / Cat: 0.25 scoops daily, equivalent to 0.875 g

Give your pet the appropriate amount of Rayobase® VET once a day, about 30 minutes before feeding or about 2 hours after feeding. Dissolve Rayobase® VET in a little bit of warm water and administer the solution orally using a syringe.


Sodium hydrogen carbonate, calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate, potassium carbonate.

Analytical constituents in 100 g powder

Sodium 11.2 g
Calcium 10.7 g
Potassium 7.4 g
Magnesium 5.0 g

Additives per kg

Nutritional-physiological additive: 1988 mg zinc from 3b603 zinc oxide

Technological additives: 3600 mg E 551c diatomaceous earth, 5000 mg E 551b silicon dioxide, colloidal


  • Rayobase® VET is a feed supplement and therefore not a substitute for a species-appropriate diet.
  • The recommended daily amount of food must not be exceeded.
  • Rayobase® VET is adjusted to a pH value of 9.3 in the ready-to-drink solution.
  • Rayobase® VET has a high buffering effect due to the carbonates it contains.
  • Store Rayobase® VET out of the reach of children.
Weight 0.413 kg
Dimensions 9 × 11 cm


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Please note that the information, advice and solutions provided by Rayonex originate from over 40 years of experience in the Biomedical field.

Furthermore, it is indicated that traditional orthodox medicinal practices do not accept or even recognise the effects of bioenergetic oscillations, even with existing clinical prospective, double-blind randomised, and placebo controlled studies.