Dr. M.N.balakrishnan Nair
MSC.Ph.D
Assessment of health traditions to find its safety & efficacy, training of vets and farmers to manage certain clinical conditions using medicinal plants to reduce antibiotic use in animals & humans
MSC.Ph.D
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Discussion created on July 19, 2021
Participation in Forum on September 16, 2020
Dear Dr Flamenbaum Well we also have cattle in desert and semi arid regions mostly we have the local breed which can withstand the harsh climate however e have combination to keep them healthy in averse conditions You can write to me nair.mnb@tdu.edu.in +916360204672
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Participation in Forum on September 16, 2020
My mastitis spray will be available shortly. We got delayed because of COVID 19.We only trained AMUL, Saberkanta vets to use this formulation. I am waiting for the Shelf life and the toxicity study. we have completed a microbiome study before and after treatment to ensure and confirm that the mastitis is cured. I assure that by end of the year the spray will be available in the market with full sc ...
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Participation in Forum on August 24, 2020
Dear Raul How are you ? hearing from you after a long time Hygiene is very important Bur you know the instance of too much control of streptococcus and staphylococcus which were easily treated was replaced then by E coli which is very difficult to treat and control. Therefore a holistic approach is every time better Nair
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Participation in Forum on August 24, 2020
Dear Dr Stanley There are two possibilities 1. we can share the formulation and manufacture there or we can prepare here and send it to you in bulk and bottle and sell it there
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Participation in Forum on August 21, 2020
Dear Sir Our herbal formulation is not only curative it is preventive also. WE already have one a paper published on prevention of dry cow mastitis, In every report we mention that this formulation is preventive and curative
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Participation in Forum on August 6, 2020
I have developed a spray and ready for marketing It is delayed because o corona we have 3 products ready
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Participation in Forum on July 29, 2020
Yes we have worked with Verka dairy and hope to interact more one of the feedbacks I am getting now is that during the COVID 19 period the household herbal formulations were very handy to the poor farmers to manage the health of their animals even without the veterinarians service. we are now planning a webnair / 2 hour workshop for the public who would like to communicate with us and clarify on ...
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Participation in Forum on July 18, 2020
My personal opinion on galactagog is very precise If the cow is producing its optimum capacity no need of disturbing that by using any additional material if the cow is producing below its capacity because of some imbalance you could use herbal supplement Asperagus 250 grams for 15 days or Ipomea mouritiana root 250 gra per day for 15 days
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Participation in Forum on July 9, 2020
1. Nair, M N B. 2005.(Edt.) Contemporary relevance of Ethno-veterinary medical traditions of India. Proceeding of National workshop Oct. 17th& 18th 2005, Kediyur hotel, Udupi, Mangalore, Karnataka 2. Nair M.N.B. &P.M. Unnikrishnan 2010. Revitalizing ethnoveterinary Medical tradition: A perspective from India (Chapter 5) in David R. Katerere&DibungiLuseba (Eds) Ethnoveterinary Botanical Medicine-H ...
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Location:Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Profile: Academic / scientific
Professional Title: MSC.Ph.D
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