Composition and Analysis / 1 L:

  • Sodium Chloride 100 000 mg
  • L Methionine 5 000 mg
  • Citric Acid 91.4% 5 000 mg
  • Magnesium sulphate 50 000 mg
  • Betaine HCL 98% 40 000 mg
  • Mint Oil 50 000 mg
  • Vitamin C 5 000 mg
  • glucose 10 000 mg
  • Crude Ash 17.1%


  • Poultry
  • Sheep
  • Cattle
  • Camel
  • Calves


Sodium chloride is an Important Nutrient for Poultry
Salt deficiency

  • In general, sodium (a component of table salt) is added to chicken feeds at the rate of about 0.15% sodium in the feed mix. Without salt, growth is slowed, and chicks are dull and listless. Getting salt levels back up to required levels will speed up appetite and growth.
  • When you are feeding a formulated diet to animals, they are very dependent on the nutritional balance in every bag of feed. Because chickens are highly selected for rapid growth (broiler breeds) or for high reproductive levels (egg-producing breeds), nutritional problems show up quickly. Those problems can arise because of the content of the feed, whether it is adequately mixed, or how it is stored.
  • In broilers especially, the rapid growth that occurs following correction of feed problems may exceed the development of the heart and lungs. These birds may collapse and die suddenly; opening up the body cavity will reveal fluid accumulations around the lungs and heart.



DL- Methionine

  • An amino acid important for development of the digestive tract and growth performance.
  • Furthermore, it has a function of increasing muscle mass, feather development and improving egg production in poultry.



Citric acid

  • promote growth by acidifying the gastrointestinal contents, improving nutrient digestibility, and reducing pathogen loads. It acts as a growth promoter through acidifying the gastrointestinal (GI) content and is considered as a favorite determinant in effective nutrient digestion.
  • It also enhanced specific immunity against new castle disease in vaccinated broilers.



Magnesium has essential functions in cellular metabolism and bone development. Its actions are closely linked to calcium and phosphorus.

  • Magnesium has essential functions in cellular metabolism and bone development. Its actions are closely linked to calcium and phosphorus.
  • Severe magnesium deficiency can impede vitamin D and calcium homeostasis; leading to an increased risk of osteoporosis, metabolic disorders, and cardiovascular diseases. In young chicks, deficiencies can cause stunted growth, lethargy, convulsions and death.



Betaine HCL

  • Betaine has many important functions in the health and performance of broiler chickens, especially under conditions of heat stress.
  • In practical poultry nutrition, Betaine can play a role in improving performance and carcass composition, reducing litter moisture as well as helping to overcome coccidiosis and stress.



Mint oil

  • Peppermint oil has also shown to be of benefit against Newcastle disease in chickens.
  • Increase egg weight, egg production, egg mass, and feed intake.
  • Mint oil has larvicidal activity against Aedes aegypti, Anopheles stephensi and Culex quinquegaasiatus mosquitoes.



Vitamin C

  • A water-soluble antioxidant compound, which protects cells against oxidative damage and improves immune system function.
  • Vitamin C improves heat stress induced problems such as poor immunity, feed intake, weight gain, oxidative stress, rectal and body temperature, fertility and semen quality, carcass weight and mortality in birds.

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