Suppression of proliferation of intestinal harmful bacteria by reducing pH in gastrointestinal tract. Growth promotion, better weight gain, and improvement of feed efficiency.

Each 1 Litre contains:
Yeast Extract                         200,000 gm
Phosphoric acid                      80,000 gm
Lactic Acid                              80,000 gm
Citric Acid                               80,000 gm
Betaine                                   80,000 gm
Carnitine                                 10.000  gm
Propylene glycol                   100.000  ml
Essential oils                         Q.S

Description: A powerful blend of biological ingredients that biologically transforms Mycotoxins & Bacteria controls fungal infestation and lower gut PH controlling of harmful bacteria.

Blend of Probitios (live bacteria) transform mycotoxins and bacteria into  non harmful metabolites. MOS(Yeast Extract) sequestrates the immunosuppressive mycotoxins & bacteria Nutrients and minerals , repair and regenerate damaged villi. For thetreatment   of primaryanorexia      Appetite stimulant  Ruminal dysfunction and acidosis As  a supportive after     antibiotictherapy. Betaine is a naturally occurring compound that has been of interest for its role in osmoregulation. As a drug, betaine hydrochloride has been used as a source of hydrochloric acid in the treatment of hypochlorhydria. Betaine has also been used in the treatment of liver disorders, for hyperkalemia, for homocystinuria, and for gastrointestinal disturbances Biological functions The betaine molecule has two important functions as a methyl donor via transmethylation and as an osmolyte, the effects of which may modify carcass properties. Osmoregulation: Betaine serves as an organic osmolyte, which protects cells against osmotic stress, drought, high salinity and high temperature. Methyl donor function: Free methyl groups are generated for several metabolic reactions, such as synthesis of creatine, carnitine and others. Methyl group metabolism is amongst others important in preventing fatty liver syndrome. Betaine has sparing effect on dietary methionine and choline due to methyl donation property.Benefits to the animal Betaine is supplied to improve performance and carcass quality (lower carcass fat and higher lean carcass percentage).


Carnitine is derived from lysine which is a limiting amino acid in diets. The precursors of carnitine are lysine and  ethionine. S-Adenosylmethionine provides the methyl groups for enzymatic trimethylation of peptide-linked lysine.  Carnitine plays a role in the transport of long-chain fatty acids into the  mitochondrial matrix. Fatty acid acyl-CoAs only cross the inner membranes of mitochondria, after they are converted into the acyl carnitine derivative. The enzymes involved are carnitine acyltransferases

BENEFITS  L-carnitine plays an important role in the energy metabolism. Lcarnitine is an essential cofactor in the transport of long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria producing large amounts of high energy ATP molecules. L-carnitine is also associated with many other aspects of fat and carbohydrate metabolism. The D-form has inhibiting effects.

Ensures energy provision in conditions of sustained exertion (pregnancy and lactation). Improves growth performance in animals in grower-finisher periods. Supports endurance performance for racing and sport animals. Supports general metabolic health and well-being.


250 ml per 1000 liters of drinking water  For sheep and Goat Adult 15ml to 20ml per/day

Lambs and calves 5ml to 10ml per/day

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

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