Enterosorbent means - enterosorbent. Natural preparation. Does not contain antibiotics and other medicines. Has a high sorption capacity, which allows you to bind various microorganisms and their metabolic products, such as the: exogenous and endogenous toxins, ammonia, xenobiotics, allergens, heavy metals, radioactive isotopes, divalent cations and promotes their excretion through the gastrointestinal tract. Provides enterosorbent, detoxification, antidiarrheal, antioxidant action. Binds polar mycotoxins, such as aflatoxins, also non-polar mycotoxins, including ochratoxins and zeralenone. It has a positive effect on the microflora of the large intestine and on the immune system in general. Unlike antibacterial drugs, it does not lead to the development of dysbiosis and dysbiosis. Does not bind nutrients, vitamins and minerals. Improves the quality of feed pelletizing. Non-toxic, not absorbed and completely excreted from the intestine during 24 hours. Safe to use.
Acute and chronic diseases of the gastrointestinal tract of various etiologies: dyspeptic disorders, mycotoxicosis, foodborne toxicoinfection, diarrhea, dysbiosis, dysentery, сальмонеллез, colitis, colibacillosis.
Constipation – only with prolonged feeding in doses, exceeding those specified in the instructions. When used according to instructions, side effects not identified.
When taken simultaneously with antibiotics and other drugs, it reduces their effectiveness.
DOSAGE AND APPLICATION
Prophylactic dose for continuous feeding
– from 0,2 до 0,5% by weight of the feed
Medication dose (during 3 – 10 days)
– from 1 до 3% by weight of the feed
BY ANIMAL SPECIES
chicken 7-14 days – 0,1-0,3 kg the 100 kg of feed
chicken 14-30 days – 1-3 kg the 100 kg of feed
chicken 30-60 days – 0,3-0,5 kg the 100 kg of feed
Laying hens – 0,1-0,3 kg the 100 kg of feed
allowance 7-60 days – 0,1-0,5 kg the 100 kg of feed
Laying ducks – 0,1-0,5 kg the 100 kg of feed
Piglets from weaning to 18 kg – 1-2 kg the 100 kg of feed
Pigs 20-40 kg – 0,1-0,5 kg the 100 kg of feed
Suckling sows – 0,2-0,5 kg the 100 kg of feed
Pregnant sow – 0,2-0,5 kg the 100 kg of feed
Small calves 50-160 kg – 2 tablespoons per head per day
Calves from 160 kg – 0,1-0,5 kg the 100 kg of feed
Milking cows – 0,1-0,5 kg the 100 kg of feed
Rabbits – 0,3-1,0 kg the 100 kg of feed