Sodium arsanilate 50 mg/mL
- JUROCYL is a safe, pentavalent organic arsenic tonic of low toxicity providing rapid response.
- JUROCYL promotes healthy skin and coat growth.
- JUROCYL stimulates appetite in picky eaters.
- JUROCYL is of value as a general tonic in anaemias, debility, stress, illness & recovery.
JUROCYL is a pentavalent organic arsenical compound with strong tonic properties. JUROCYL has a marked effect on the blood vessels of both skin and gastro-intestinal blood vessels.
JUROCYL is rapidly absorbed, with a prompt and visible effect. Arsenic in the organic form has long been known and respected for its tonic properties. This pentavalent form is not harmful to animals at recommended doses, and is well tolerated with no local or general reaction.
JUROCYL is indicated to stimulate appetite in poor eaters, particularly those horses suffering stress related to hard training & competition.
As a general tonic, JUROCYL is valuable in the treatment of anaemias, weakness and debility, emaciation, and skin conditions. JUROCYL is particularly effective at promoting healthy coat growth, and encouraging seasonal changes in body coat because it improves blood flow to skin. A course of JUROCYL in August / September (Southern Hemisphere) will produce dramatic improvements in dull, lifeless coats as the season changes. For Northern Hemisphere, give during appropriate months for winter coat drop in those countries.
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION
Give JUROCYL by sterile intramuscular injection
Full Course 10 mL weekly for 4 – 6 weeks.
Intensive Course 10 mL daily for maximum 10 days.
Full Course 5 mL weekly.
Intensive Course 5 mL daily for maximum 10 days.
Full Course 2.5 mL weekly.
Intensive Course 2.5 mL daily for maximum 10 days.
JUROCYL is regularly used in combination with VAM to stimulate appetites and improve blood counts in stressed and recuperating horses. JUROCYL may be used with all Nature Vet products with the exclusion of Ferrocyl, as required.
100 mL sterile multidose vial for injection.
Store below 25°C (Air Conditioning). Protect from light.
For General Sale (APVMA 51242)
Export Slaughter Interval (Horses): NOT TO BE USED in horses that may be slaughtered for human consumption.
Caution: Arsenic preparations should not be used continuously. A period of one month should pass before any treatment course is repeated.