|Each liter contains:|
|Cobalt (II) sulfate||1g|
Propylene glycol acts as a glucose precursor, triggering the production of more glucose from the liver. This will help elevate blood glucose level, assist removal of ketones and accelerate general metabolic function. Propylene glycol is administered to improve the metabolic imbalance which results in ketosis or pregnancy toxemia. It is orally absorbed unchanged and is then metabolized to yield both oxaloacetate (which is essential for the metabolism of acetic and butyric acids) and glucose. Administration of propylene glycol is preferred to glucose as the latter has to be given by parenteral route , as given orally it will ferment in the rumen and exacerbate the ketosis. Propylene glycol has a longer duration of action than glycerol.
Choline enhances fat transport from the liver to assist in fatty acid metabolism. Cobalt sulfate ensures Vitamin B12 production is maintained for carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism and maintenance of appetite.
As an aid to the treatment of acetonemia in cattle and pregnancy toxemia in sheep.
The product may be administered in the drinking water, as a drench, or on the feed.
Cattle: First day 250 ml morning and evening. Next three days 115 ml morning and evening.
Sheep: 115 ml daily for several days until 10 days.
Meat: Zero days
Milk: Zero hours
Not to be used in cases of known hypersensitivity to the active ingredient.
In case of accidental eye contact, wash eyes with plenty of clean water.
If irritation occurs, seek medical attention. In case of contact with skin, remove any contaminated clothing and wash affected area thoroughly with soap and water. If irritation occurs seek medical advice.
Ingestion: If accidentally swallowed seek medical advice. Wash hands after use.
Do not store above 25°C. Protect from light.
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