(Healing the dermal and mucosal injuries, saddle injuries, and healing the traumatic or infected wounds)
Aftofin is a pure natural herbal remedy made of Peppermint, Myrtle, and few other medicinal herbs. The drug contains an intelligent blend of herbal active ingredients so that its components can strengthen and amplify each other’s therapeutic effects in a synergistic manner. One of the most effective ingredients in this product is flavonoids.
MECHANISM OF ACTION:
Aftofin is very rich in a series of unique herbal ingredients. It contains phenols (phenolic acids), tannins (Proanthocyanins) and flavonoids. Anthocyanins are powerful antioxidants that actively prevent the harmful effects of oxidation reactions and free radicals. One of the effective phenols in this product is Caffeic Acid which has a strong antioxidant effect. Also, another polyphenolic found in the Myrtle Extract and present in the product, is Gallic acid. It has a strong antioxidant effect similar to Caffeic Acid. Also, the flavonoids of the Aftofin such as Myricetin and Quercetin and Catechin have impressive anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects.
Aftofin can rapidly treat all kinds of dermal/mucosal blisters, erosions, blisters, vesicles and rashes. It also heals the ulcers on the skin, lips, mouth nose, sheath and udder which formed due to viral/bacterial/fungal primary/secondary infections.
The drug can be used as the complementary/symptomatic treatment for erosive and ulcerative diseases such as Vesicular Stomatitis Virus (VSV) and any other diseases with mucosal/dermal symptoms. The drug is mainly a symptomatic treatment although it has strong antiviral activity. Its antiviral activity is limited to local administration. Therefore, the drug can be used as a complementary treatment for traumatic superficial wounds/ulcers on the skin/mucosal surfaces. However, the drug is not recommended to be applied directly on the deep wounds.
TARGET ANIMALS: Equine (Horse)
INSTRUCTIONS TO USE:
Please shake well the spray bottle before use. Then, spray the drug from a safe distance onto the wound or the infection site; in the case of VS, spray it all over the mouth and tongue. It is recommended to repeat the procedure twice a day until complete healing/recovery. For a better response, it is suggested that to rinse the inflammation/wound site with distilled water or saline to remove the debris before spraying the drug.
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