Supports the elimination of toxins from the liver and Kidney
Composition :
Each 1 Ltr Contains
Ascorbic Acid                                          15,000 mg
Biotin                                                            100 mg
Thiamine                                                       100 mg
Riboflavin                                                       50 mg
Pyridoxine Hydrochloride                            100 mg
Cyanocobalmin                                          200 mcg
Inositol                                                       5,000 mg
Carnitine                                                    5,000 mg
Methionine                                                10,000 mg
Lysine                                                        10,000 mg
Sorbitol                                                     200.000ml
The water-soluble vitamins are vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamin B (thiamin), nicotinic acid (niacin) and nicotinamide, riboflavin, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), pantothenic acid, biotin, folic acid and vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin).
Biotin is classified as a vitamin from the B-complex, therefore it is water soluble. It will be found in plants in a free chemical form, in organisms bound to lysine residues which are connected to proteins. Biotin has three asymmetric centres. From 8 stereoisomers only (3aS,4S,6aR), D-(+)-biotin has full biological activity as vitamin.
Biological functions Biotin is required as a co-enzyme for the production of a number of carboxylases. These biotin-dependent enzymes play an important role in several metabolic processes: fatty acid synthesis; gluconeogenesis; propionic acid metabolism; decomposition of leucine; synthesis of DNA and RNA (via purine synthesis).
Benefits to the animal
Improved immune response. Stabilization of tissue and fat in animal products. Preparation for pregnancy and maintaining integrity and optimal function of the reproductive organs.
Ascorbic acid is a powerful reducing agent and electron donar.
Introduction Vitamin C occurs in two forms, namely L-ascorbic acid (reduced form) and dehydro-L-ascorbic acid (oxidized form). Although in nature the vitamin C is primarily present as ascorbic acid, both forms are biologically active. The L-isomer of ascorbic acid is biologically active; the D-isomer is not. Biological functions • Antioxidant at cellular level; • Stimulation of phagocytic activity; • Biosynthesis of collagen; • Conversion of vitamin D to its active form; • Absorption of minerals; • Control of glucocorticoid synthesis; • Involved in wound healing
Benefits to the animal
Stimulation of immune response; • Involved in calcification of bones and teeth; • Adaptation to stress; • Maintenance of electrolytic balance
 Riboflavin  links with phosphoric acid as flavin mononucleotide  (FMN) which with adenosine monophosphate, forms flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD)
Introduction Vitamin B2 naturally occurs as the free dinucleotide riboflavin and the 2 phosphorylated coenzymes - flavin mononucleotide (FMN) / riboflavin monophosphate and flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) / riboflavin adenosine diphosphate
Biological functions Flavin coenzymes FMN and FAD are essential for energy production via the respiratory chain. Involved in many metabolic reactions of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Involved in synthesis of steroids, red blood cells and glycogen. Helps to maintain integrity of mucous membranes. Also important for antioxidant status within cell systems.
Benefits to the animal
Efficient use of nutrients, especially carbohydrates, amino acids and fatty acids. Growth and reproduction. Antioxidant functions
VITAMIN B6 Introduction Isolated in 1938 by Gyorgy and Lepkovsky. The term B6 was first used some years before by Gyorgy to distinguish this factor, isolated from rice polishing, from other hypothetical growth factors. Vitamin B6 is unique among the water-soluble vitamins with respect to the multiple functions it serves, its metabolism and its chemistry.
 Pyridoxal-5’-phosphate is a coenzyme with a major role in the intermediary metabolism of amino acids, in a-decarboxylation, aldolization, transamination reactions Carnitine plays a role in the transport of long-chain fatty acids into the  mitochondrial matrix.
Biological functions Involved in amino acids, fats and carbohydrate metabolism. Essential for RNA and DNA synthesis.    Involved in the synthesis of niacin from tryptophan. Benefits to the animal Essential for energy production.  Immune system integrity.
Methionine is one of the essential amino acids. Sorbitol and magnesium act as osmotic laxative in order to facilitate the elimination of toxic products from the gastrointestinal tract    To     boost immunity to infection 


Indications:  Prevention and  treatment  deficiencies  of any Vitamin B Complex   Stress conditions due to vaccination, de-beaking, transporting,  Rehousing, changes of feed and infectious diseases     Fatty Liver Syndrome    Improves feed conversion rate   Increase egg production, hatchability and fertility  After administration of sulfa drugs or antibiotics

Benefits : Meets B-complex requirements.Restores normal metabolic functions in off-feed conditions.Ensures normal growth, egg production & hatchability & gait.Prevents convulsive movements & abnormal excitability.Improves haemopoiesis, growth & functioning of nerve cells by adequate B12 intake.Biotin improves metabolism of carbohydrate, protein & fat.


For sheep and Goat Adult 15ml to 20ml per/day

Lambs and calves 5ml to 10ml per/day

Poultry: 20 ml per 100 birds daily in drinking water.


 Packing:    5Ltr. 2Ltr, 1Ltr, 500ml HDPE Container



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