A bright yellow suspension containing:
Levamisole Hydrochloride 3.0% w/v
Oxyclozanide 6.0% w/v
Levamisole and Oxyclozanide Oral Suspension is a broad spectrum anthelmintic for use in the treatment and control of both gastro-intestinal and pulmonary nematode infections and adult liver fluke infectionsin cattle and sheep only.
Levamisole and Oxyclozanide Oral Suspension should be used in cases of parasitic gastroenteritis and lungworm disease caused by mature anddeveloping immature forms of those organisms sensitive totreatment with levamisole hydrochloride.
Dosage and Administration:
Cattle: 2.5ml per 10kg bodyweight Bodyweight.
Sheep: 0.5ml per 2kg bodyweight Bodyweight
Do not mix with other products.
Your container of Drench is designed for use in a backpack with automatic dosing equipment.
1.ALWAYS SHAKE THE CONTAINER WELL BEFORE USE
2.Remove the original cap
3.Replace with nozzle cap provided with pack
4.Automatic doser tube should be firmly attached to nozzle
5.If a harness is not supplied with automatic doser, cord orstring may be used to hold backpack in inverted positionfor use.
Cattle and Sheep: 5 days
This product must not be used in cattle and sheep producing milk for human consumption.
Contraindications, Warnings, etc:
To ensure administration of a correct dose, bodyweight should be determined as accurately as possible; accuracy of the dosing device should be checked.
Do not eat, drink or smoke when using this product.
Wash splashes from skin and eyes immediately.
If irritation persists seek medical advice. Remove any contaminated clothing immediately.
Wash hands and exposed skin after handling this product andbefore meals.
Levamisole can cause idiosyncratic reactions and serious blooddisorders in a very small number of people.
If symptoms such asdizziness, nausea, vomiting or abdominal discomfort areexperienced when using this product, or sore mouth/throat or fever occur shortly afterwards, then medical advice should besought immediately.
Do not store above 25℃.
Protect from light.
Keep the container in outer carton.
Dispose of any unused product and empty containers in accordance with guidance from your local waste regulation authority.
Multidose low-density polyethylene containers of 50ml, 100ml and 500ml,1000ml..
In cases of lungworm infections, coughing may persist for aconsiderable time following successful treatment with this oral suspension. This is due to tissue damage caused by theparasites. After treatment, animals should be moved to clean pasture to prevent re-infection. Levamisole activity is not affected by benzimidazole resistance.
The Event Is Coming Soon – Happy Birthday, Your Birthday Cakes Contains Over 80 Toxic Ingredients
What child does not enjoy a brightly colored birthday cake on their special day? Mine certainly did, however, despite the fact that millions are sold every day, a store-bought birthday cake is one of most toxic treats that you can give a child.
After being alerted to the dangers, I decided to investigate to see what I could find out about this birthday tradition.
First, a Little History
Early birthday cakes were made of flour, yeast, nuts and honey and were eaten at weddings and at special birthdays in Ancient Rome. In Germany during the 15th century, bakers began to promote cakes with one layer to their customers to celebrate their birthdays. It wasn’t until the 17th century that cakes began to have multiple layers and bakers began to decorate them with icing and decorations for the aristocracy.
Over the years, as cakes became far easier to bake, the tradition of birthday cakes became more popular, and by the 19th century, bakers had begun to add the words “Happy Birthday” to the top of their cakes for decoration.
How Did this Humble Tradition Turn Toxic?
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