1) Ivermectin Drench – A pale yellow aqueous solution
2) Each milliliter Ivermectin Drench contains ivermectin 0.8mg
For the treatment and control of gastrointestinal nematodes, roundworms, lungworms of sheep and goats, and itch imte, nasal bots of sheep. It can be applied to ewes and nanny goats at any stage of pre infancy or lactation if the milk is not used for human consumption. It does not effect the fetility of breeding ewes and rams and can also be given to all ages of sheep and goats including lambs and kids.
Dosage and adminstration:
Administer orally with a dosing gun at a dose of 3ml per 26lbs body weight or 2.5ml per 10kg body weight as minimum effective dose is 200mcg ivermectin per kg body weight. Dosage must be precise to ensure the safety of young sheep and goats.
Some animals may cough slightly immediately after treatment, but this passing response is of consequence.
Do not smoke or eat while handing the product and washing hands after use. The container and residue of this drug must be disposed of safely and in particularly this drug is extremely dangerous to fish and other source of aquatic wild life. For animal use only and keep out of the reach of children.
Milk: 14days, Meat: 14days
In a dark cool place under 25 ceti – degrade
Packing: 100ml, 500ml, 1000ml
Ceramides have been an important buzzword in the skincare industry for some time now, but what is it, and why is it supposed to work? We ask dermatologist Dr. Richard Thomas about ceramides. Think of how the skin waterproofs itself. The skin is constantly being renewed as the cells move up towards the surface and then shed and are replaced by newer cells. As the cells get close to the surface, called the brick and mortar model, the skin functions with a combination of fats and the tougher keratins to waterproof and protect the skin surface.
The fats are made up of cholesterol, free fatty acids, and ceramides. Ceramides play an important role in the waterproofing of the skin. In patients that have eczema, there is a defective protein called fillagrin which results in the fatty proteins not being produced normally. The idea is to supply extra ceramides topically to help the skin function normally in these individuals so that they continue producing high quality cells that help the barrier function. So in terms of barrier repair and moisturizing, ceramides play an important role.
Dr. Richard Thomas is a dermatologist that currently practices at Sidra Research and Medical Centre in Doha, Qatar. https://www.sidra.org/
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