Each ml contains:
Retinyl palmitate (A) 50,000 I.U.
Cholecalciferol (D3) 25,000 I.U.
Alpha-tocopherol acetate (E) 4mg
Thiamine HCl (B1) 2.5 mg
Riboflavin sodium phosphate (B2) 2 mg
Pyridoxine HCl (B6) 1.25 mg
Cyanocobalamin (B12) 0.03 mg
Ascorbic acid (C) 2 mg
Nicotinamide (B3) 12.5 mg
D-Panthenol (B5) 3 mg
MULTIVITBOOST are organic substances required by the body in small amounts for various metabolic processes. Most are not synthesised in the body, or are synthesised in small or insufficient quantities. Vitamin deficiency may result from an inadequate diet, perhaps due to increased requirements such as during pregnancy, or may be induced by disease or drugs.
Signs of deficiency in animals of some of the vitamins include:
Vitamin A- Poor growth, unsteady gait, birth of abnormal pigs, hyperkeratinization of skin, xerophthalmia Low liver vitamin A, elevated cerebrospinal fluid pressure, low plasma vitamin A.
Vitamin D3- Poor growth, leg weakness, Rickets, low plasma Ca and P, elevated plasma alkaline phosphatase.
Vitamin E acetate- Sudden death, paleness Liver necrosis, mulberry heart, pale musculature, edema, and jaundice.
Thiamine HCL-Poor growth, loss of appetite, sudden death Enlarged flabby heart, abnormal electrocardiogram, elevated blood pyruvate.
Pyridoxine HCL-Poor growth, epileptic convulsions Low blood hemoglobin, high plasma iron, high urinary xanthurenic acid.
Vitamin B12-Poor growth, irritable, birth of weak pigs Low serum B12, low lymphocyte count, enlarged liver.
Treatment and prevention of vitamin deficiency in cattle, horses and sheep, caused by: increased requirements due to stress or illness,
growth, production or performance. Decreased intake due to inferior feed quality, inappetence or general weakness.
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:
By intramuscular or subcutaneous injection.
Clean the area of the injection site and swab with spirit.
Ensure that all injection equipment is thoroughly clean and sterilized before use.
Cattle, Horse, Sheep & Goats:
Horses and cattle: 8 – 12 ml
Foals and calves: 3 – 5 ml
Lambs: 2-3 ml
In 50ml or 100ml bottle.
Store in a cool, dry and dark place below 25℃.
Zinc gluconate is cheaper than zinc acetate. But avoid zinc citrate, for it is useless. Citric acid inhibits the absorption of zinc – which would imply the preferred avoidance of citrus fruits while using silver hydroperoxide.
Citrus fruits include. ….
Pomegranate and pineapple in addition to grapefruit, lemon and orange, etc.