Ingredients: Bentonite, kaolin, yeast powder, kelp, calcium propionate, citric acid
Application: Oral
Type of formulation: adsorbents



100 g contains:

Bentonite - 50 g;

kaolin - 5 g;

yeast powder (Saccharommyces cerevisiae) – 32.5 g;

kelp - 5 g;

calcium propionate - 5 g;

citric acid - 2.5 g


Pharmaceutical form



Pharmacological properties

The feed additive has evident sorption properties thanks to bentonite and kaolin.

Bentonite effect is directed to the absorption of mycotoxins, free radicals and toxic technogenic substances (pesticides, dioxins, ammonia etc.) The bentonite composition includes calcium, sodium, sulfur, ferrum, cuprum, manganese.

Bentonite as an active absorber absorbs excessive gases that are formed in a rumen during digestion of lush grass and thus it prevents tympania (meteorism) in animals. One of the most important properties of bentonite is a high buffering property and ability to optimize pH cicatrical content within neutral and subacid reaction what improves development of cellulosolytic microflora and cellulose digestion, increases formation of acetic acid in a rumen that was used for fat formation in milk. In addition, having in its composition micro elements increases intensity of rumen microflora formation and makes better digestion of all nutrients of food allowance.

Bentonite increases egg laying capacity, at decrease of fodder use quality of shell will be better, egg mass will increase and moisture of excrements will decrease, plumage of poultry will be better.

In its turn, kaolin prevents caking and lump formation of fodder as well as any food poisonings, it binds with molecular structure of mycotoxins by irreversible method what ensures impossibility of any chemical reaction of toxins renewal and their re-effect on animal's organism.

Kelp compensates the inhibitory action of mycotoxins on immunity and has a source of mineral substances (macro and micro elements), including: potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, ferrum, zinc, cuprum, manganese. It contains a high level of iodine, improves digestive organs function, assists in excretion of intestinal parasites, increases immunity, stimulates metabolism process, has impact on endocrine glands. Iodine that was received by an organism by means of cuprum and manganese accumulates by thyroidal follicles of a thyroid gland in protein thyroglobulin, a full hormone thyroxin or tetraiode-thyronine required for increase of the animals’ productivity as it increases intensity of cardiac function and blood transportation to different parties of the body is synthesized from it.

Yeasts have sorbing activity in respect of aflatoxins, fumonisins and zearalenones. Because of mannans and β-glucans content the component allows to stimulate immunity and increase adsorption of mycotoxins such as DON and zearalenone.

Inclusion in the category of organic acids or their salts maintains the antibacterial effect and an optimal pH level for effective sorption of mycotoxins in intestines and for inhibition of pathogenic microbiotas optimizing its composition and increasing the fodder conversion. Calcium propionate activates minerals as well as prevents any mold formation in the finished fodder and does not allow them to discharge toxins. In combination with citric acid calcium propionate stops toxins in the absorbed form and prevents its release in the sequential parts of the digestive tract.

Citric acid is an effective anti-stress component that stimulates formation of chelate forms of calcium, potassium, ferrum, zinc and any other micro elements in intestines as a result of what they are better ingested by an organism. Citric acid neutralizes radionuclides, pesticides and it is an universal antioxidant that prevents oxidation of fats and spoilage of fodders.


Clinical particular features

Animal species  

Cattle, sheep, goats, pigs and poultry



It shall be added to fodders for poultry and animals for the purposes of prevention of their contamination by mycotoxins as well as their re-affection during storage, transportation and processing. Ensures an optimal quality of fodders, improves its assimilation because of alimentary canal microflora regulation what increases productivity of animals and poultry. Renews the barrier function of liver.





Side effects



Special precautions during use       



Use during pregnancy, lactation and carrying

According to the recommended dosage.


Drug-to-drug interactions and other forms of interactions



Dosage and administration route for animals of different age

The feed additive shall be added to the fodder by uniform mixing on the basis of the contamination level by mycotoxins:

- in case of a low one - 0.5 - 1.0 kg per ton of fodder;

- in case of a medium or a high one - 1.0 - 2.0 kg per ton of fodder


Special warnings for individuals and staff

According to the existing regulations.


Shelf life                    

2 years from the date of production.


Special measures for storage

Keep in a dry, dark place out of reach of children at the temperature of 5 - 25 °С.


Nature and content of the original package container

   Packages of polyethylene film of  100, 500 g or 1 kg each, and bags of 5, 10, 20 or 25 kg.
Polymeric containers of 100, 500 g and 1 kg each.


Special measures for handling unused additive or its residues

Dispose of in accordance with the applicable legislation.

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