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Application of herbal formulation for Mastitis

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Date: December 27, 2015
Alli Alli
multiple livestock
December 8, 2020
Would this herbal formulation work positively for a wet gangrene mastitis situation?
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December 19, 2020
Could we discuss at email lpq@email.com

Thank you,

Lorenzo Quesnel
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Mohamed Fawzy Elsawy Mohamed Fawzy Elsawy
Professor of veterinary pharmacology
March 13, 2021

Bovine mastitis is a multifactorial disease . Great number of causes about 50 causes were reported photographically. Treatment of mastitis is very ease within 24 - 36 hours for acute mastitis. For peracute mastitis a period of 6- 9 successive days is required. Herbal formulation for mastitis is not tested and evaluated on clinical mastitis during my field trials on mastitis. The disease requires many drugs and facilities to obtain 100% successus during acute mastitis..Some effective lines for treatment for peracute mastitis are required and lead to a satisfactory results.No preventive methods are applied to prevent mastitis but may be of value to decease some causes of mastitis. Many trials about affections which endanger milk production are prepared photographically with 100% success under fild condition .

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Viswanatha Reddy Viswanatha Reddy
Veterinary Doctor
March 28, 2021

It is known that citrate level goes down such animal is more prone for mastitis especially at drying off and freshening. At these these two extra supplementation of citrate, trace minerals and vitamins orally will the incidence reduces

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April 9, 2021

Dear Sir,
As you are aware, amongst all diseases in dairy animals, mastitis causes
maximum economic loss. According to one study recently published by the
IIT, Rurkee, of the total economic losses in dairy animals caused by various
infectious diseases, mastitis alone accounts for more than 70% on
per annum.
Most of the time, mastitis is treated with the heavy dose of antibiotics and
production loss on account of mastitis per animal is an expensive
considering direct and indirect losses. Damage caused by the infection to
the udder and the teats is often irreversible and the invaluable animals
have to be culled on this account. Above all, antibiotics used for the
treatment are excreted in milk. Human beings consuming such milk
developing resistance to antibiotics and the problem of antimicrobial
resistance the world over is a very big global issue, which needs immediate
attention of all concerned.
In view of the above, various scientists and agencies, particularly in the
developing countries, have laid more emphasis on the use of Ethno
Veterinary Medicines (EVM), which amongst other ailments have been
found to be very effective in curing mastitis, in a much simpler and
economic way. Moreover, it can prevent permanent damage to the udder
and the teats, on account of fibrosis.
Since there has been increasing emphasis on increasing the productivity of
milch animals, incidences of mastitis may be on the increase in the times to
come. Increased use of EVM based supplements/additives could provide
most amicable solution to this problem.

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Raul Jesus Raul Jesus
Veterinary Doctor
April 10, 2021

Prevention is always better than cure: A good milking routine and hygiene will always be the best alternative.

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April 11, 2021
Application/oral supplementation of herbal formulations for curing sub-clinical and clinical mastitis is well proven and has been shown to be very effective under field conditions. The disease is causing maximum economic loss to the dairy sector. Use of antibiotics for curing clinical mastitis is on the increase and problem of anti-microbial resistance is a matter of great concern for all those associated directly or indirectly with the dairy sector.
It is high time that various agencies working in the sector should promote use of Aloe Vera based herbal preparations for curing mastitis at sub-clinical and clinical levels, so that indiscriminate use of antibiotics for its control could be minimized.
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Mohamed Fawzy Elsawy Mohamed Fawzy Elsawy
Professor of veterinary pharmacology
April 12, 2021

What is herbal formulation? What are its contents and route/s of administration in cows and buffaloe. Treatment of bovine mastitis requires piopnner of veterinary pharmacology of high efficacy and well trained on clinical affections in cows and buffaloe. First of all, not all clinical mastitis causes are known to veterinarians and not mentioned in textbooks. About 50 causes of bovine mastitis were reported photographically under field conditions. Similarly, these causes were reported and treated with 100 % efficacy under field conditions and were documented photographically. Today, I am preparing 2 books containing these items on bovine mastitis and a similar book on teat affections in buffaloes and cows with all causes.
Thank you
Best regards
Prof. Dr. Abd ElSalam ElSawy
Professor of veterinary pharmacology
Fac.Vet,Med, Alexandria University.
Fac.,Vet, Med, Alexandria University , EGYPT.
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Mohamed Fawzy Elsawy Mohamed Fawzy Elsawy
Professor of veterinary pharmacology
April 12, 2021

Dear Sir, Subclinical mastitis if present under field conditions is not reported by me. A decrease in water intake in animal may consider to be subclinical mastitis. This conclusion is based on:
Milk contains 86 % water content. Decrease water intake leads to decrease milk production
Somatic cell count is without value because milk contains up to 1.2 million cells or more cells during clinical mastitis.

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April 13, 2021
We have developed a strip. If you dip it in milk the color will change from yellow to light green, indicating signs of subclinical mastitis. This is proving to be very handy under field conditions.
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