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Herbal cough powder

Vasaka 15 %
Liquorice 10 %
Pistacia integrrima 2 %
Ephedra vulagaris 2 %
Naushadar 12 %
Yavkshar 8 %
Linseed 25 %

Detail of individual ingredients
This is a herb used in ayurveda for different diseases. It is useful in respiratory discomfort specially asthematic conditions. It alleviates nauseatic conditions and useful in cough.

Powdered liquorice root is an effective expectorant and has been used for this purpose since ancient times.

Pistacia integrrima
Galls, produced on the tree in response to attacks by insects, are expectorant and tonic. They are used in the treatment of coughs, phthisis, asthma, dysentery etc

Ephedra vulagaris
Dried branches of the plant are used medicinally. It is widely used for acute muscular and Bronchial Asthma. Ephedra Vulgaris is also used as an analgesic.

Chemically known as ammonium chloride. It is refrigerant, expectorant, cholagogue, diuretic, acidifier of urine and blood.

It acts as an refrigerant, febrifuge, diuretic and a strong expectorant. It is useful in asthma and bronchitis in dogs.

Linseed It is a bushy annual plant, the seeds of plant are valuable in the treatment of respiratory diseases besides being a useful remedy for colds, coughs, sore chest, throat and pulmonary complaints.

  • Cough due to acute or chronic bronchitis.
  • Pneumonia associated with viscid mucous secretions.

Administration and dosage
Cattle, Camel and Horse 30-40 g twice daily
Sheep, Goat, Colt, Pig and Calves 5-10 g twice daily
Dogs and piglets 2-4 g twice daily.

150 g
A herbal stomachic powder

Ajwain 10%
Bhui Amla 10%
Chiraita 5%
Harar 9%
Revand-chini 5%
Hing 1%
Saunf 5%
Black salt 5%
Salt 20%
Nuxvomica 2%
Haldi 2%
Soye 5%
Bahera 10%
Sonth 3%
Podina dry 5%
kaurtumma 3%

Salient Features
  • Digetovet stimulates the salivary and gastro-intestinal secretions.
  • Herbal bitter stomachics in Digestovet regulate the gastric secretions along with Hydorchloric acid.
  • Digestovet helps in elimination of acids through gastric epithelium.
  • Digestovet being carminative helps in eructation of Carbon dioxide from rumen.
  • Digestovet also regulates the peristalsis. action.

Ingredients and their advantages:

Botanical name: Trachyspermum ammi, synonym Ammi copticum.
It is the small seed like fruit similar to that of Bishop’s weed (Ammi majus) plant, egg shaped and grayish in color.
Part used – seed or fruit.
Advantages :
  • It stimulate the appetite, enhances digestion, alleviate gas and discomfort.
  • It is an antiemetic, reduces flatulence acts as antispasmodic and used as carminative.
  • It is germicidal and antiseptic useful in toothache, earache and rheumatism.
Botanical name: Foeniculum vulagare.
Part used – fruit / seed
Advantages :
  • It is a carminative, reduces bloating caused by digestive disorders.
  • It prevents the side effects of any purgative.
  • It is useful in chronic coughs and largely used for cattle condiments.
Botanical name: Anethum sowa Roxb.
Part used – fruit
Advantages :
  • It is used as carminative, antipyretic and anthelmintic.
  • It is an ant-flatulent and appetite stimulant
Bhui Amla
Botanical name: Phyllanthus niruri.
Part used – root, stem and leaves
Advantages :
  • It is hepatoprotective, antidiabetic, antifungl and lipid lowering in action.
  • It is effective in viral Hepatitis–B and other viral infections.
  • It is known for liver healing properties.
  • It is antispasmodic, analgesic and antimalarial in action.
Black salt
Krishna Lavana- un refined mineral salt.
Advantages :
  • Black salt is considered a cooling spice in ayurvedic medicine.
  • It is used as a laxative and digestive aid.
  • It is also used to relieve intestinal gas and heartburn.
Botanical name:Terminelia bellirica
Part used - fruit.
Advantages :
  • It softens the hard impacted faces in rectum, a good luxative.
  • It is antitussive, anti-spasmodic, expectorant, hepatoprotective in action.
  • It is antimutagenic and antifungal.
  • It relieves thirst, nausea and vomiting.
Botanical name: Swertia chirata
Part used – whole plant.
Advantages :
  • It is a bitter tonic, stomachic, febrifuge and appetizer.
  • It is a laxative and antidiarroeic, used for regulating the bowls and dyspepsia.
Salt (common salt)
Chemical name - Sodium chloride.
Advantages :
  • It is digestive, stomachic, alterative and diuretic.
  • It is antiseptic in hypertonic solution.
  • It is used as preservative and refrigerant.
Botanical name: Zingiber officinale
Part used - dried rhizome.
Advantages :
  • It is a powerful aromatic stimulant, sialagogue, stomachic, carminative and flavouring agent.
Botanical name: Terminalia chebula
Part used – fruit
Advantages :
  • It is a laxative, nutritive and appetizing.
  • It is a antiflatulent and used in abdominal colic.
  • It is effective in skin diseases, pruritus and heart diseases.
  • It is a brain tonic, promotes vision and a rejuvenative tonic.
  • It is used as expectorant.
  • It is used in urinary disorders, intermittent fever, abdominal tumours and as alterative.
Botanical name: Strychnos nuxvomica
Part used – dried ripe seeds
Advantages :
  • It is a sialagogue, bitter stomachic tonic, intestinal stimulant, stimulant to peristalsis.
  • It is a nervine tonic, respiratory stimulant, cardiac stimulant.
  • It is a expectorant.
Podina dry
Botanical name: Mentha spp.
Part used – dried leaves.
Advantages :
  • It is a carminative, stimulative, stomachic and antispasmodic in action.
  • It is used to help digestion and remove flatulence.
  • It is good for cold, flu and fever.
  • It is used for throat and sinus ailments.
Revand chini
Botanical: Rheum emodi.
Part used - under ground stem.
Advantages :
  • It is astringent, tonic and purgative in action.
  • It is diuretic.
  • It is used in chronic bronchitis asthma, sore eyes and bruises.
Botanical name: Curcuma longa
Part used – dried rhizomes
Advantages :
  • It is a stomachic and blood purifier.
  • The rhizome of turmeric is highly aromatic and antiseptic.
  • It is useful for common cold, leprosy, intermittent .fever, affections of the liver, otorrhea and pyogenic affections.
  • It is also used as anthelmintic.
Botanical name: Citullus colocynthis
Part used - dried fruit
Advantages :
  • It is used as a strong laxative.
  • It is used as a febrifuge, in ascitis, jaundice, leukimia, rheumatism, Dried fruits are useful for keeping moth away from furs, woolens etc.
Botanical name: Ferula foetida
Part used – resin
Advantages :
  • It is local stimulant to the mucous membrane of the alimentary tract and therefore act as carminative and useful addition to laxative.
  • It is antiflatulant also.

Actions of Digestovet
Bitter stomachic, carminative, laxative, intestinal stimulant, sialagogue, appetizing, antiflatulant.

Anorexia, dyspepsia, constipation, flatulence and indigestion.

Directions for use
To be given orally.

Cows, Buffaloes, Horses and Mules 40 -60 g. twice daily.
Calves and Colts and pigs 20 -30 g. twice daily.
Sheep and Goats 10 -15 g. twice daily.
Camel 40- 50 g. twice daily.

100 g., 200 g., 500 g. and 1 kg.
Herbal antipyretic and diuretic powder

Saptaparna 3 %
Colchicum 1 %
Cincona 3 %
Giloe 4 %
Chiraita 4 %
Ajwain 4 %
Yavkshar 10 %
Madhurkshar 10 %
Julabinamak 30 %
Godanti Bhasam 4 %

Ingredients and their advantages:
Botanical name: Alstonia scholaris
Part Used- Bark.
It contains three alkaloids, Ditamine, Echitamine or Ditaine, and Echitenines, and several fatty and resinous substances. The bark is used in ayurvedic as febrifuge, alterative, tonic and gastrointestinal sedative.

Botanical name: Colchicum Luteum
Part Used- Seed and Corm

Colchicum contains an alkaloid named colchicines which is 0.21 to 0.25 %. The active principle colchicines contained in the corms and seeds is beneficial in relieving pain.

Botanical name: Cincona spp.
Part used - Bark
The bark of trees in this genus is the source of a variety of alkaloids, the most familiar of which is quinine, an anti-fever agent. It is a traditional and much utilized herbal remedy for treating all kinds of fevers.

Botanical name: Tinospora cordifolia
Part used - Stem
It is antipyretic, alterative, diuretic, anti-inflammatory. It is used in fever, urinary disorders, dyspepsia, general debility and urinary diseases. It is also used in treatment of rheumatism and jaundice.

Botanical name: Swertia chirata
Part used - Whole plant.
Swertia Chirata known as Chirayata is a herb. According to Ayurveda it is a bitter tonic that has stomachic, febrifuge, anthelmintic, appetizer, laxative, alterative and antidiarrhoeic properties. Chirayatra is an effective drug for reducing fev

Godanti Bhasam

Chemical name : Calcium Sulphate hydrated
Part used - it is used in powder form
In ayurveda it is used as a antacid, astringent and febrifuge. It is a natural form of calcium that helps to maintain healthy bone structure. It is useful in fever, cough and cold.

Botanical name: Trachyspermum ammi
Part used- Fruit
Ajwain is much valued for its antispasmodic, stimulant, tonic and carminative properties. It is administered in flatulence, atonic dyspepsia and diarrhoea. It is a potent antimicrobial agent. It also seems to possess some anti-diuretic effect.

Yavakshara (shora)
Chemical name: Potassium Nitrate
Used as – salt.
Found native on the surface soil of the Punjab. It is alterative, febrifuge, diuretic and expectorant in action.

Chemical name: Sodium Bicarbonate
Used as – salt.
It is antacid, expectorant and diuretic in action.

Chemical name: Magnesium Sulphate
Used as – salt.
It is diuretic, antipyretic and laxative in action.

Drug Action
Feverdon a combination of ayurvedic ingredients, is antipyretic, diuretic, gastrointestinal sedative and anti-inflammatory in action.

  • High fever
  • Rheumatic fever
  • Three days sickness
  • Oedematous swelling
  • Retention of urine.

Administration and doses
To be given orally in fresh water or as bolus.
Cow, Buffalo and Horses 50-75 g. twice daily for 2-3 days
Calf, Heifer, Colt and Pig 25-35 g. twice daily for 2-3 days
Sheep and Goat 15-25 g. twice daily for 2-3 days.

150 g. and 1 kg
A herbal veterinary powder.
A superb cathartic, purgative and antistatic

Haritaki 10%
Amiavetasa 10%
Svarnapatri 5%
Visamusti 2%
Sunthi 4 %
Misreya 4%
Krishna Lavana 10%
Julabinamak 50 %
Vilati Chuna (Chalk) 5 %

Salient Features
  • It stimulant the musculature of gastrointestinal tract through reflex action.
  • The excellent purgative action of Impacdon is due to the synergistic stimulant effects of the herbs particularly on rumen and small intestine.
  • Impacdon give long lasting toning up of musculature of GIT in animals.

Ingredients and their advantages:
Haritaki (Harar)
Botanical name: Terminalia chebula
Part used : Fruit
Advantages :
  • It is a laxative, nutritive and appetizing.
  • It is a antiflatulent and used in abdominal colic.
  • It is used in urinary disorders, abdominal tumours and as alterative.
Amiavetasa (Revand chini)
Botanical: Rheum emodi.
Part used: Under ground stem.
Advantages :
  • It is astringent, tonic and purgative in action.
  • It is diuretic.
Svarnapatri (Sanaya)
Botanical Cassia angustifolia.
Part used Leaves.
Advantages :
  • It is Purgative.
  • It enhances the peristaltic movements of the colon.
  • It is useful in habitual constipation.
Visamusti (Bish tendu)
Botanical: Strychnos nux vomica.
Part used: Dried seeds
Advantages :
  • It is a sialagogue, bitter stomachic tonic, intestinal stimulant, stimulant to peristalsis.
Sunthi (Sonth)
Botanical name: Zingiber officinale
Part used: Dried rhizome.
Advantages :
  • It is a powerful aromatic stimulant, sialagogue, stomachic, carminative and flavouring agent.
Misreya (Saunf)
Botanicl name: Foeniculum vulagare.
Part used: Fruit
Advantages :
  • It is a carminative, reduces bloating caused by digestive disorders.
  • It prevents the side effects of any purgative.
Krishna Lavana (Black salt)
Krishna Lavana: Un refined mineral salt.
Advantages :
  • Black salt is considered a cooling spice in ayurvedic medicine.
  • It is used as a laxative and digestive aid.
  • It is also used to relieve intestinal gas and heartburn.
Chemical name: Magnesium Sulphate
Action :
  • It is a saline laxative used for bowel evacuation.
Vilati Chuna (Chalk)
Chemical name: Creta praeparata
Advantages :
  • It is antacid, absorbent and astringent. It diminishes the secretion of the mucous membrane, and at the same time acts as an antacid in correcting any acidity present.

Impaction, atony of rumen and intestine, ruminal stasis and tympany.

Administration and Dosage
To be given orally by mixing in luke warm water as a drench.
Cow, Buffalo & Horse 100-200 g. twice daily.
Camel 200-400 g. twice daily.
Calf, Heifer, Colts and pig 50-100 g. twice daily.
Sheep and Goat 25- 50 g. twice daily.

200 g. & 1 kg.
A Third Generation Fluoroquinolone Antibiotic Water Soluble and Feed Premix.

Formulation :
Each gram contains : Levofloxacin Hemi hydrate
Equivalent to Levofloxacin 100 mg

Levofloxacin is a third generation fluoroquinolone antibiotic. It is twice as active as it’s isomer ofloxacin, effective against number of Gram- positive, Gram- negative and specifically effective against the organisms that cause atypical pneumonia. levofloxacin is one of the so called respiratory quinolones. Levofloxacin is to be considered a drug of last resort when all other antibiotics have failed.

Chemical structure

Systematic name
7-fluoro-6-(4-methylpiperazin-1-yl)-10-oxo-4-thia-1-azatricyclo [,13] trideca-5(13),6,8,11-tetraene-11-carboxylic acid.

Pharmacology :
Levofloxacin is the L-isomer of the racemate, ofloxacin, a quinolone antimicrobial agent. Chemically, levofloxacin, a chiral fluorinated carboxyquinolone, is the pure (-)-(S)-enantiomer of the racemic drug substance ofloxacin. The chemical name is (-)-(S)-9fluoro-2,3-dihydro-3-methyl – 10 - ( 4 – methyl – 1 – piperazinyl ) – 7 – oxo - 7H –pyrido [1,2,3 – de] - 1, 4 benzoxazine – 6 - carboxylic acid hemihydrate. The empirical formula is C18H20FN3O4 • ½ H2O and the molecular weight is 370.38. Levofloxacin is a light yellowish-white to yellow-white crystal or crystalline powder.

Livron Premix
Mechanism of action :
Fluoroquinolones are bactericidal drugs, actively killing bacteria by inhibiting bacterial DNA gyrase or the topoisomerase IV enzyme, thereby inhibiting DNA replication and transcription.. Quinolones can enter cells easily via porins and therefore are often used to treat intracellular pathogens such as Legionella pneumophila and Micoplasma pneumonae. For many Gram- negative bacteria DNA gyrase is the target, whereas topoisomerase is the target for many Gram- positive bacteria.

Activity :
Levofloxicin exhibit good activity against most of the gram-positive, gram- negative and anaerobic bacteria.

Susceptible organisms are :
Gram- positive bacteria- Enterococcus faecalis, Staphylococcus- aureus, Staphylococcus epidermidis, Staphylococcus saprophytics, Streptococcus pneumoniae, S. pyogenes
Gram-negative bacteria- Enterobacter cloacae, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Pseudomonas aeurginosa, Escherichia coli, Serratia marcescens , Haemophilus influenzae, Haemophilus parainfluenzae, Proteus mirabilis, Legionella pneumophilia, Moraxilla catarrhalis, Campylobacter spp.,
Other- Mycoplasma pneumoniae, Peptostreptococcus sp.

Pharmacokinetics :
Levofloxacin is rapidly and almost completely absorbed following oral administration with peak plasma concentration achieved within an hour of the dose.
It is distributed into the body tissues including the bronchial mucosa and lungs, but penetration into CSF is relatively poor. Levofoxacin is approximately 30-40% bound to plasma proteins. It is only metabolised to a small degree to inactive metabolites. The elimination half life of levofloxacin is 6-8 hrs. It is excreted largely unchanged, primarily in urine.

Safety :
Fluoroquinolones have had a remarkably good safety record.
Because these drugs do not alter the anaerobic flora of the gastrointestinal tract, there is minimal disruption of the intestinal bacterial population even when these drugs are administered orally.
There have been no reports of cutaneous drug reaction resulting from fluoroquinolones usage in the veterinary.

Drug interactions :
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and corticosteroids enhance the toxicity of fluoroquinolones.
Medication or supplements containing aluminium, magnesium, calcium, ferrous sulfate, iron and zinc are believed to form chelation complexes with fluoroquinolone antibiotics and thereby prevent the drug from being properly absorbed during therapy.

Indications :
Livocin is indicated in the following bacterial infections :
  • Pneumonia
  • Acute bacterial sinusitis
  • Acute and chronic bronchitis
  • Skin infections
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Acute pylonephritis

Poultry (chicken, duck, goose):- Escherichia coli, yellow and white dysentery, enteritis, pericarditis, ovarian inflammation, green suppuration bacillus, staphylococcus infection, cholera etc.
Pig: many kind of bacterium diseases such as enteritis, yellow and white dysentery, etc.

Administration :
It is to be given orally.

Mixing rate:
Poultry: 1 gram in 1-2 liter of drinking water for 5-7 days.
500 grams in 1000 Kilogram of feed material for 5-7 days.

Pig : 1 gram in 1-2 liters of drinking water for 5-7days.
1 kilogram in 1000 kilogram of feed material for 5-7 days.

Horse and Cattle
Oral administration 20-40 mg per kilogram of body weight for 3-5 days.

Packing / Presentation :
1 kg and 25 kg.

Ref.:Levofloxacin 10 mg./ kg. body weight after repeated oral administration at 12 hrs. interval for 14 days in layer birds (30-35) weeks old weighing 1.5-2.0kg.) was found safe.
Levofloxacin could not be deducted in the tissues (liver & skeletal muscles) at 12 hrs. after the last administration. Study indicates that, levofloxacin is well tolerated following multiple oral administration at 10 mg./ kg. body weight in layers.
Vinod K. Dumka,Anil K. Srivastava J. Vet. Sci. (2006),7(4),333-337