FOOMASULE No.1 – for CATTLE For prevention of FMD
FOOMASULE No. 1
HOMOEOPATHIC VETERINARY MEDICINE
FOOMASULE No. 1 is the best available Homeopathic Veterinary Medicine to prevent the incidence of FOOT & MOUTH DISEASE (FMD) in cattle. It is very helpful when there is an outbreak of the disease in nearby places as it boosts the immunity of animals against viral infection of FMD.
This unique formulation was brought up by the leading Homeopathic Veterinary Medicine producing company Goel Vet PharmaPvt Ltd. The company is certified under WHO GMP practices which highlight its hygienic manufacturing facilities. All the available formulations had undergone many clinical and field trials thus gaining trust among many veterinarians and livestock farmers.
FOOMASULE No. 1
For Prevention of FOOT & MOUTH DISEASE (FMD) in Cattle
HOMEOPATHIC VETERINARY MEDICINE
- Foomasule No.1 is as effective as vaccination against FMD.
- Foomasule No.1 gives immunity against all strains of FMD virus.
- Foomasule No.1 develops resistance within 48 hours to 72 hours
- Foomasule No.1 is effective even in conditions where there is constraint of separating diseased animals from the herd.
- Foomasule No.1 is safe even in pregnant and immuno-compromised animals.
- The result of Foomasule No.1 is not affected by the mutation of the virus.
HOMEOPATHIC DRUG PICTURE OF THE MEDICINAL FORMULATION
Quality, efficacy, and safety are the utmost priorities of FOOMASULE NO.1 formulation. Cost-effective health care with no contraindications or side effects are the added benefits of using a homeopathic remedy. Facts about the homeopathic medicines used in this formulation:
Justicia Adhatoda: (Homeopathic Medicine)
It is a highly efficacious medicine in treating acute catarrhal conditions in the respiratory tract, dryness of mouth, fluent profuse coryza from the nose with constant sneezing, swollen nose with a sense of obstruction,white coated tongue, can be used a preventive medicine if there is an infected animal in the herd.
Kali Iodatum: (Homeopathic Medicine)
This remedy is used to treat glandular complaints, such as swollen glands associated with flu, sore throats, and prostate problems, green mucus or acrid watery discharges from the nose.
Mercurius Solubilis: (Homeopathic Medicine)
The remedy is used for ulcers, particularly if they affect the gut as in ulcerative colitis; where there is diarrhea with bleeding, straining to defecate feces which is mucoid or bloody.
NatrumPhosphoricum: (Homeopathic Medicine)
It is a chief remedy for hyperacidity and ulcers in the mouth.
Nitric Acid: (Homeopathic Medicine)
This remedy is used to treat splinter like pain which may appear and disappear suddenly, for example, in sore throats, mouth ulcers, and thrush.
Rush Tox: (Homeopathic Medicine)
It is used to treat eczema, chilblains, cold sores, shingles, rashes, and other conditions in which there is a dry, scaling, or blistered skin. Some estrus problems, including intense bleeding and abdominal pains, benefit from this remedy.
Variolinium: (Homeopathic Medicine)
Prophylaxis, or pro-active measures to prevent a disease from occurring, according to a concept in homoeopathy, when there is a case of an epidemic outbreak and the general symptom pattern shows a homogeneity lead us to this remedy which helps out as curatively as well as preventively.
Note: All the above mentioned symptomatic description of the homeopathic drugs is taken from approved literature of homeopathy with an underlying base from Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of India.
DOSAGE: One bolus each in the morning & evening as mentioned or as per the doctor
PRESENTATION: Blister packing of 2 X 4 bolus
ADMINISTRATION METHOD of Cattle Medicine
Make sure that medicine touches the tongue of the animal for faster relief and quick action. Increasing the dose should be avoided; rather decreasing the time intervals between successive drug administrations is advisable. Dissolve the pills in drinking water or directly rub the crushed pills on the tongue of the animal. Different methods of administration:
Method 1: Mix some jaggery and 5 ml medicine in the drinking water and let the animal drink the mixture directly.
Method 2: Spread 5 ml medicine on a piece of roti or bread and offer it to the animal to eat, so that medicine is consumed along with food.
Method 3: Fill an empty 5 mL syringe (needless) with the medicine and distilled water and directly spray on the tongue of the animal or into the nostrils gently. Confirm that the medicine is licked by the pet.
Note: Do not drench the medicine, let the animal lick the medicine with the tongue while eating or drinking.