Its working as a supportive therapy in hepatic dysfunction atoxins. Mycotoxins due to hepatic disease. In  Lipidosis. Fatty Liver syndrome. And for the treatment of liver dysfucntion in Poultry & cattle due to parasitic diseases.

Each  ltr Contains
Chlone Chloride             100 gm
Trichlone Citrate           200 gm
Yeast Extract                  20 gm
Vitamin B1                      2.5 gm
Vitamin B12                   760 mg
Niacinamide                    10 gm
D-Pathenol                    2.5 gm
Lysine                            25 gm
Magnesium Sulphate     10 gm
Zinc Sulphate                   5gm

Description: BOOSTLIV 300  Oral is a well balanced combination of essential vitamins and amino acids for calves, cattle, goats, poultry, sheep and swine. Oral is used for:

Prevention  or  treatment of vitamins or amino acids deficiencies in farm animals.

Prevention or treatment of stress (caused by vaccination, diseases, transport, high humidity, high temperatures or extreme temperature changes).   Improvement of feed conversion.

Prevents liver damage due to mycotoxins and bacterial toxins •Stimulates liver function •Protects liver functions thereby guards immunity •Provides additional nutrients in the form of Choline chloride and vitamins • Prevents liver damage due to pesticide residues.  Minimises liver damage due to pathogens like virus, bacteria and fungi •Facilitates faster recovery from stress & diseases of all types •Prevents production fluctuation •Improves growth, FCR, fertility and hatchability.

Prevents mineral  deficiency. Acute and chronic liver disorders •Degenerative liver disease

Enhances fiber  digestion             Enhances        growth  nutrient  utilization •Stabilises hindgut fermentation•


Vitamin B12   Introduction Vitamin B12 is the less abundant vitamin of all the vitamins found in nature. The name vitamin B12 is generic term for a specific group of cobalt-containing corrinoids with a biological activity for animals and human. This group of corrinoids is also known as cobalamins. The main forms of vitamin B12 are hydroxocobalamin, adenosylcobalamin and methylcobalamin, the last two being the active coenzyme forms. Cyanocobalamin is a form of vitamin B12 that is widely used in the industry due to its availability and stability. Vitamin B12 is absorbed by an active mechanism. Most of the vitamin is stored in the liver. structure of vitamin B12 is complex, vitamin B12 are methylcobalamin and adenosylcobalamin. Vitamin B12 has two enzymatically active derivatives,

Biological functions • Production of blood cells and growth; • Production of the co-enzyme 5-desoxyadenylcobalamin,which is necessary for the utilisation of propionic acid and thus for the production of glucose and lactose in ruminants; • Production of the co-enzyme methylcobalamin, which is necessary for methylation reactions e.g. for the metabolism of methionine; • Co-enzymes in the metabolism of nucleic acids and proteins, and also in the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates

Benefits to the animal

Improved growth Improved reproduction performance


Introduction Niacin (nicotinic acid) was first synthesized in 1867 by oxidative degradation of nicotine. It had been chemically identified long before its importance as an essential nutrient was recognized. In the early 1900’ies it was discovered that pellagra, a disease with symptoms affecting the skin, gastrointestinal tract, and central nervous system, was caused by niacin deficiency. In 1935 niacin was shown to be a moiety of the coenzymes NAD and NADP, indispensable for many biochemical reactions.

Biological functions Niacin is one of the B vitamins with coenzyme function. In its active forms, the pyridine coenzymes NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) and NADP (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate),are all involved in the pathways of energy metabolism, like glycolysis, citric acid cycle, oxidations of fatty acids, gluconeogenesis and de novo fatty acid synthesis. From a physiological point of view, nicotinic acid and nicotinamide can be considered as equivalent sources of niacin.

Benefits to the animal Proper niacin supplementation will: maximize weight gain; optimize feed efficiency; ensure proper utilization of other nutrients; and support general health and well-being.

 Tricholine citrate exerts lipotropic action in the hepatic cells. It works by converting deposited fats into lecithin and other similar phospholipids.

 Choline chloride serves among other things as a:Building block of acetylcholine, which in this case has an important function in the transmission of stimuli in the nervous system (neurotransmitter).Building block of lecithin (phosphatidylcholine). Lecithin is one of the basic constituents of animal cell membranes.Building block of ceramides  Interference in the enzymatic synthesis or degradation of these membrane building blocks results in metabolic disorders.

Biological functions Choline serves a series of critical functions in the body. a. Improves fat transport and metabolism in the liver b. Serves as a source of methyl donors for methionine regeneration from homocysteine; c. Builds and maintains cell wall structure; d. supports nervous system function; e. serves as a source of osmolytes that regulate cell volume. Benefits to the animal Improves animal growth through fat metabolism. After a two-step enzymatic oxidation, choline serves as an important donor of methyl groups, important for regenerating methionine. Choline is essential for the body, in case there is choline deficit the body will synthesize de novo choline from glycine or serine

 Pantothenic acid is the dimethyl derivative of butyric acid joined by a peptide linkage to the amino acid b-alanine. The biochemically active form of the vitamin is 4’-phosphopantetheine. Pantothenic acid is the precursor of coenzyme A.

Biological functions D-pantothenic acid is found in two enzymes, coenzyme A (CoA) and acyl carrier protein (ACP), which is involved in many reactions in carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism. CoA is necessary for acetylation in the intermediate metabolism. It is essential in the citric acid cycle and the basis of numerous syntheses which the body is able to perform in the presence of adequate pantothenic acid, namely the biosynthesis of long-chain fatty acids, phospholipids, cholesterol and steroid hormones. Only the optical active D-form has vitamin activity.

Carnitine is required for transport of long-chain fatty acids into the matrix compartment of mitochondria from cytoplasm for subsequent oxidation by the fatty acid oxidase complex for energy production. 

Benfits:  Hepatic stimulant with anti hepatoxic activity, Supports liver function, Improves metabolic processes, Combats stress, improves feed conversion, Useful in hepatic damage due to fungal and other hepatoxics, Mobilizes fat from liver and protects liver from fatty changes and cirrhosis, Improves immunity


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

Lambs and calves 5ml to 10ml per/day

Broilers: 5 to 10 ML for 100 birds daily
Layers: 20 ML for 100 birds daily
Or as advised by nutritionist/veterinarian

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


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