Vitamin B12 Phosphorus
Vitamin B12 Phosphorus
New Generation Liquid Supplement
Vitamin and Mineral Solution
|High grade organically bonded ingredients||Low quality ingredients|
|Liquid homogenous solution for excellent absorption||Unappetizing tablets, powders or other forms|
|Produced in specific clean environment for enhanced bioavailability||Produced in uncontrolled room|
|No undesired interactions in the body arising from contaminants||Contains visible/non-visible foreign particles|
COMPOSITION (per mL):
|Propylene glycol||100 mg|
|(Sodium dihydrogen orthophosphate)||Phosphorus||100 mg|
|Sodium chloride||0.09 mg|
|(Cyanocobalamin)||Vitamin B12||0.05 mg|
Advised to support in cases of acute and chronic metabolic disorders, fertility defects, movement disorders, bone fractures, malnutrition and anemia. Supportive in parasitic diseases as well as during antibiotic therapy of infectious diseases.
Dogs: 0.5-5 mL/daily
Cats: 0.5-2.5 mL/daily
May be given directly by mixing with food or drinking water.
Commercial presentation: 100 mL
Best before: 3 years from date of production
SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS FOR STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION
Protect from direct sunlight. Do not freeze. Store at room temperature 15-25 ºC and in a dry place. Keep out of reach of children.
Vitamin B12 is essential for the formation of blood and promotion of growth; derived from the formation of two coenzymes, 5-desoxyadenylcobalamine, which is important in utilizing propionic acid. The second coenzyme being methylcobalamin, which is fundamental for methylation reactions and the metabolism of methionine amongst others.
In the absence of Vitamin B12, changes in the red cell count, disorders of protein metabolism, diseases of the nervous system, skin infections and growth disorders may occur.
- is a buffer substance in the blood and cell,
- is an essential component of nucleic acid and various lipids and proteins
- is necessary for
- the production, storage and utilization of energy and facilitation of hormone functions.
- the development of skeleton, bones, and teeth (with calcium).
- has a positive impact on the immune system and the intestinal microbiota.
- controls the elevated levels of aspartate aminotransferase (AST), which is a marker of hepatocellular injury and muscular dystrophies.
In the absence of phosphorus, reduced feed intake, retarded growth, problematic metabolism of energy, reproductive disorders, osteoporosis, and imbalance acid-base may occur.