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Selebiol A+E 20 ml.

Selebiol A+E 20 ml.
Selebiol A+E 20 ml.
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  • Brands Farbiol
  • Model 1527
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HELP IN CHARITY STATES OF VITAMIN A, E AND SELENIO
 
PROPERTIES
Selenium is an essential element for the normal functioning of muscles, heart, liver, kidneys, pancreas and other organs.
The most important biological activity of selenium, seems to be through the enzyme glutation peroxidase (GSH-Px), which in cooperation with the vitamin "E" and some other antioxidants are able to reduce the destructive effects on living cells of peroxidative reactions (decreases the process of cell aging).
In the absence of vitamin E, Selenium prevents exudative diathesis in all types of birds, as well as gizzard erosion and cardiac myopathies.
Selenium also acts, due to its high chemical activity, as a remover of heavy metals, of the biochemistry of the animal organism, detoxifying effect, against Cadmium, Mercury, Aluminum, Arsenic and Lead.
 
COMPOSITION
Propylene glycol; Vegetable oil; Vitamin A (E672), 1350 IU; Vitamin E (?-tocopherol), 100 mg; Selenium (E8) (sodium selenite), 230 mcg
 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Crude protein: 0.1%, Greasy oils and fats: 1%, Crude fiber: 0%, Crude ash: 0.9%, Sodium: 0%, Lysine: 0%, Methionine: 0%, Water content: 52%.
 
METHOD OF USE AND DOSAGE
Oral administration, directly in the mouth or in the drinking water. Drinking water must be renewed daily.
 
Canaries, Parakeets and other ornamental birds, (up to 110 gr, weight): 2.5 ml per liter of drinking water.
Doves, Parrots and other Psitacides (medium and large): 3 ml per liter of drinking water.
 
SPECIAL CAUTION
Do not use simultaneously with drugs that contain Selenium. Respect the dosage to avoid problems of toxicity.
 
PRESENTATION
20 ml.

 

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