Biological additive for water spraying or water bath, which mycoparasitically eliminates fibrous micromycetes and yeast organisms on skin, fur and other skin derivatives (claws, hooves, hooves, etc.).
Pythium oligandrum is a microscopic fungus that was described by the American scientist Charles Drechsler in the years 1930-1932. In 1965, P. oligandrum was isolated from the soil by the Czech plant protection expert Dáša Veselý. Due to its specific properties, this microorganism is classified in the domain of Eukaryote, a subunit of SAR (including strains of Stramenopila, Alveolata and Rhizaria). In the evolutionary tree of the Stramenopila tribe, it is then a class of Algae, Latin for Peronosporomycetes, otherwise also Oomycota. Further classification of the Algae class into individual genera and species is already carried out mainly using molecular methods. The class Algae therefore contains at least five genera, including the genus Pythiales, within which, in addition to the species P. oligandrum, 116 other species are documented, often functionally and morphologically often inconsistent.
P. oligandrum acts mycoparasitically on other microscopic fungi and uses them as its nutrient substrate by penetrating their fibers and cells with its parasitic hyphae and pumping nitrogen and carbon from them, as well as sterols for its own reproductive process. It consists in alternating sexual and asexual modes of reproduction. During the asexual cycle (occurring in about 80% of cases), zoosporangia form, from which a large number of flagellate zoospores are released. These motile zoospores can actively search for parasitic fungi.
In addition to the formation of fungal fibers and characteristic spiny ospores, P. oligandrum also produces a large number of enzymes during its metabolism. The main purpose of the enzymes is to facilitate the penetration of hyphae into the infected fungus.
They have also been shown to create an unsuitable environment for bacteria, thus having a bacteriostatic effect.
When P. oligandrum has nothing to feed on, it grows out of the skin, because the animal organism is not a natural environment for it, so it is not able to adapt to it.
Suitable for skin care and skin derivatives in the presence of yeasts and fungi
Suitable for adjusting the physiological microbial flora of fur and skin
Suitable for fur and skin prone to scalding
Suitable for hoof rot in horses
Instructions for use:
Coat / skin
Dissolve one whole effervescent tablet in two liters of lukewarm water (approx. 34 ° C) and let it activate for 20-30 minutes.
We bathe the animal or apply the solution with a spray so that the product reaches the skin.
We do not dry the coat or the skin and let it dry naturally.
We apply three times in one week. We further extend the total application time as needed.
After mixing the product with water, use the resulting mixture within 24 hours at the latest.
Legs (claws, hooves, hooves)
Dissolve the effervescent tablet in two liters of lukewarm water (approx. 34 ° C) and let it activate for 20-30 minutes.
We apply the resulting solution to gauze or cotton wool, we create a wrap of the affected part. The product can also be applied in the form of a bath.
Leave on for 20 minutes.
After removing the wrap or finishing the bath, do not dry the limbs, let them dry naturally.
In this way, we treat the affected area three times a week. We perform applications one day apart (eg Mon, Wed, Fri). If necessary, the application can be repeated. After mixing the product with water, use the resulting mixture within 24 hours at the latest.
We do not use other preparations against fungal and yeast diseases for 5 days before and 5 days after application.
PKR 215.00Out of stock
PKR 215.00Out of stock