Supplements nutritional requirements, dietary electrolyte balance (DEB), and their effects on acid-base balance, litter moisture
- Supplementation in diet or drinking water is reported to reduce the effects of high environmental temperature.
- Maintain the water and electrolyte balance through increasing water intake.
- Reduces Stress.
- Facilitates the proper carbohydrate metabolism. The decient birds show anorexia, loss of weight, rufed feathers,
dropping of wings and paralysis of muscles.
- Has an anti-inflammatory & expectorant,Laxative.
- Has diuretic, tonic, anti-pyretic, and blood purier agent.
- Acts as an antimicrobial and antioxidant agent.
- Improves their nutritive value, boost animal performance by increasing their growth rate, better feed conversion
efficiency, greater livability and lowered mortality.
- Ensures diuretic and urinary antiseptic activity.
- Is an antibiotic and boosts up growth performance and immune responses.
- Takes care of nervous system, blood clotting and muscle contraction.
- Ensures Fat metabolism of the liver.
- Formation of acetylcholine (essential).
Dosage & Administration
5-10 ml/100 birds for 5 days for prevention & treatment of gout or as directed by Veterinarian.
Each 100ml contains
Each 1 litre contains extract of
Ascorbic acid – 2%
Sodium Chloride – 5%
Potassium Chloride – 5%
Thiamine – 1%
Boehaavia diffusa – 5%
Hemidesmus indicus – 5%
Curcuma Longa – 10%
Azardirachata indi – 10%
Asperagus racemosus – 5%
Crataeva nurvala – 10%
Tribilus terrestris – 10%
Calcium leatum – 10%
Choline Choride – 5%
Pack & Packaging – 1 Litre Plastic Container