Vitamin B1 3.000 mg/kg
vitamin B2 6.000 mg/kg
Vitamin B6 5.000 mg/kg
Vitamin B12 20 mg/kg
Vitamin B3 40.000 mg/kg
Vitamin B5 12.000 mg/kg
Vitamin B9 1.000 mg/kg
Vitamin K3 10.000 mg/kg
Lactose 90,95 %

 Packaging 1 kg

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 Usage and Dosage

 100 g /1000 lt drinking water

 Shelf Life

 36 months

 Product Characteristics:

 Vitamin B1: It plays a role in energy metabolism. It is involved in carbohydrate metabolism, takes part in the conversion of pyrivic acid to acetyl Co-A by oxidative decarboxylation. Required for the synthesis of valine. It is water soluble. Vitamin B2: Antidermatitis factor. It plays a role in protein, nucleic acid and fat metabolism. It is found in the structure of flavoproteins (flavin mononucleotide: FMN and flavin adenine dinucleotide: FAD). Flavoproteins play a role in carbohydrate, fatty (fatty acid breakdown) and amino acid metabolism. It is a component of H + carrier enzymes and has an important role in respiration. Vitamin B3: Niacin Antipellegral factor. It plays a role in protein, carbohydrate and fat metabolism. Nicotinamide, which conducts the H + transport mechanism in living cells, is the active group of dinucleotide (NAD) and NADP cosenzymes. Vitamin B5: Enters the structure of coenzyme A. Takes part in nitrogen metabolism. Vitamin B6: Antidermatitis, antipellegral for rats. It is involved in the breakdown of tryptophan in carbohydrate and fat metabolism. It plays an important role in protein metabolism as a coenzyme of transaminases and decarboxylases. Transaminases – Endogenous amino acid synthesis – Niacin synthesis from tryptophan, – Synthesis of cysteine and porphyrin, – Keratin metabolism, – Absorption of amino acids from thin intestine. It plays a role in the conversion of essential fatty acids in fat metabolism. It is effective in the use of oils and carbonhydrates as an energy source. Vitamin B9: Lactobacillus casei factor. It plays a role as a coenzyme in the addition or removal of various carbon groups to metabolites such as histidine, serine, methionine and purine. Required for thiamine, adenine, guanine synthesis. These are the building blocks of some amino acids, choline and nucleic acids. They take part in the production of red blood cells and hemoglobin together with Vitamin C and Vitamin B12. Folic acid, biotin and Vitamin B12 play a role in the formation of erythrocytes and leukocytes. Vitamin B12: Antipersinious factor. Participates in DNA and RNA synthesis. It has an effect on labile methyl groups. It is the prostatic group of methionine synthetase enzyme related to methionine metabolism. Vitamin K: It plays a role in blood clotting mechanisms. By stimulating the formation of prothrombin in the liver, it ensures normal prothrombin in the blood. In its deficiency, bleeding occurs in the intestine in newborn animals