What is ALLIMAX NF? ::


ALLIMAX in the form of a bolus contains up to 20,000 p.p.m. diallyl thiosulfinate (allicin). Allicin is known on its pungent odor in garlic (Allium sativum).

ALLIMAX NF uses strongly selected garlic from the Pederonas region (Spain).
When the garlic is crushed or bruised alliin releases and is catalyzed by an enzyme, alliinase, which results in this quite complex and very reactive compound allicin.

After allicin is being isolated and stabilized in a patented production process it can be used in powder, liquid, or oil.

Being a strongly oxidizing compound, it protects the plant from being attacked by bacteria and insects.

Allicin Functions as a:

  • Bactericidal / resistant.
  • Anti fungal / resistant.
  • Insecticidal / repellent.
  • Virucidal / repellent.

Allicin activity ::

In the body allicin forms a combination with thiol groups, which ensure the removal of pathogens. As a result of this allicin strengthens the immune system by fighting bacteria through this collaboration.

Allicin supports digestion by increasing the production and excretion of digestive juices.

In the gut, allicin helps to balance the intestinal flora. Effectively fighting gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi by supporting the good coliform bacteria.

Allicin helps the liver to protect the body from toxins and removes them through the kidneys.

When do you use Allimax NF? ::

  • In case of mastitis, both clinical and sub-clinical.
  • To support the recovery from mastitis.
  • To stimulate the release of the placenta and prevents from uterine inflammation.
  • In dry cows to detoxify the liver, to purify the blood and the removal of harmful substances.

Why use Allimax ::

  • Ease of use, farmer can administer the bolus himself.
  • Saving veterinary costs.
  • No or less discarded milk during treatment.
  • Less production loss following a case of mastitis.
  • Less labor costs in time taken to manage a case of mastitis.
  • Permanent recovery, less chance of recurrence and recidivism.
  • Helps to repair udder damage.
  • Preventive use of ALLIMAX NF during the dry period.
  • Less use of antibiotics.
  • No ALLIMAX NF resistance.

Economics of Clinical Mastitis ::

  • LABOR: Most farmers add up to about an hour per case.
  • VETERINARY COSTS: In some countries a vet has to visit and examine each cow before prescribing antibiotics
  • PRODUCTION LOSS: Clinical mastitis causes severe damage to the milk production tissue which means a reduction in production for the rest of the lactation. The average production loss is 5% of total milk yield following any case of clinical mastitis, irrespective of the clinical case occurred.
  • DEATHS: The total cost of a death following clinical mastitis will be much greater than just the value of the animal that has died. Loss of genetic potential, disposal costs, treatment costs, loss of production and profit from the rest of the lactation.

  • CULLING: Cows with repeat cases of clinical mastitis are more likely to be culled. The cost will be the difference between the sale and replacement value.

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