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.
For Animal Treatment Only
Keep out of reach and sight of Children
Natural vs Synthetic Ascorbic Acid
Natural and synthetic L-ascorbic acid are chemically identical, and there are no known difference in their biological activity. The possibility that the bioavailability of L-ascorbic acid from natural sources might differ from that of synthetic ascorbic acid was investigated in at least two human studies, and no clinically significant differences were observed.
The following problems should be expected with increased incidence with severe depletion of ascorbate: disorders of the immune system such as secondary infections, rheumatoid arthritis and other collagen diseases, allergic reactions to drugs, foods and other substances, chronic infections such as herpes, or sequelae of acute infections such as Guillain-Barre and Reye’s syndromes, rheumatic fever, or scarlet fever, disorders of the blood coagulation mechanisms such as hemorrhage, heart attacks, strokes, hemorrhoids and other vascular thrombosis; failure to cope properly with stresses due to suppression of the adrenal functions such as phlebitis, other inflammatory disorders, asthma and other allergies; problems of disordered collagen formation such as impaired ability to heal, excessive scarring, bed sores, varicose veins, hernias, stretch marks, wrinkles, perhaps even wear of cartilage or degeneration of spinal discs; impaired function of the nervous system such as malaise, decreased pain tolerance, and cancer from suppressed immune system and carcinogens not detoxified, etc. Note: I am not saying that ascorbate depletion is the only cause of the disorders, but I am pointing out that disorders of the systems would certainly predispose to the diseases and that these systems are known to be dependent upon ascorbate for their proper function. Not only is there the theoretical probability that these types of complications associated with infections or stresses could result from ascorbate depletion, but there was a conspicuous decrease in the expected occurrence of complications in the thousands of patients treated with oral tolerance doses or intravenous doses of ascorbate. This impression of marked decrease in these problems is shared by physicians experienced with the use of ascorbate such as Klenner and KaloKerinos.
For very severe illness, the dose he used was large and the most effective route was intravenous, but the intramuscular route was satisfactory. He gave at least 350 mg per kilogram of body weight (a 70 kg man is 150 pounds; thus 70 x 350 = 24,500 mg). This amount was put in 500cc of sterile water, usually dextrose, saline or Ringer’s solution. It was diluted so that there was at least 18cc of diluent to each gram of C.
Maintenance doses are established by the patient taking bowel tolerance doses 6 times a day for at least a week. He observes if there is any unexpected benefit such as clearing of sinuses, decrease in allergies, increase in energy, etc. Should any chronic problem be benefited, then the dose is decreased to the minimum amount producing the effect. Otherwise, a dose such as 4 to 10 grams a day divided in 3-4 doses is recommended. Patients who take ascorbate in large amounts over a long period of time should probably supplement with vitamin A and multiple mineral preparation.
How to make Sodium Ascorbate
Sodium Ascorbate is a buffered form of Vitamin C that consists of 90% Ascorbic Acid bound to 10% Sodium. This is the optimal form of Vitamin C for intravenous injection. So, if you have 100 grams of ascorbic acid then you would need 10 grams of baking soda, then add distilled water–so your ratio is 9:1. When adding water this mixture will begin to fizz. Mix gently until fizzing stops. What you have left is sodium ascorbate.
-8 grams of Ascorbic Acid
-500mgs of potassium bicarb
-30 mgs of zinc
Generally, the ratios are almost 100-160:10 or thereabouts
This will allow for better uptake of the minerals and the buffered C