To Improve Milk Quality, Especially at Dry-Off
PhytoMast™ Dry-Off Cleanse For Healthy Teats and Udders at Dry-Off & to Cleanse Eyes, Ears and Skin
A veterinary formulated, non-prescription device to cleanse the teat and udders
12 tubes / box with alcohol pads.
Botanical formula comes in 15cc tubes
Primary Component: Essential Oil Of Thyme (Thymus vulgaris)
Secondary Components: Olive Oil, Vitamin A,D & E, Angelica spp., Cinnamomum sp., Glyccyrrhiza sp. & Gaultheria sp.
Apply: 2 tubes 12 hours apart over 24 hours (1 day) as needed to cleanse teats in fresh cows. Do not use in eyes, ears or on skin.
Suggested Milk Withhold (Due To Aroma): During use & 24 hours after last use
Additional Information About PhytoMast™
CONCLUSIONS OF FOUR UNIVERSITY STUDIES USING PHYTOMAST™ ON COWS & GOATS IN THE UNITED STATES
Lactation “It is concluded that treatment with the botanical preparation PHYTOMAST™ resulted in a reduction of the time to clinical recovery” P. Pinedo, et. al Efficacy of a Botanical Preparation for the Intramammary Treatment of Clinical Mastitis on an Organic Dairy Farm. Canadian Veterinary Journal 2013 Mar; 54(5):479-484.
Dry-Off “The efficacy of the herbal products was similar to that of conventional (antibiotic) therapy, and the herbal products had no apparent adverse effects.” K. A. Mullen, et. al Effect of two herbal intramammary products on milk quantity and quality compared with conventional and no dry cow therapy. Journal Dairy Science 2014 Jun; 97(6):3509-22.
Active Ingredient “Essential oil of thyme at…3% had consistent antibacterial activity against the 3 mastitis-causing pathogens tested. (Staph. aureus, Staph. chromogenes, and Strep. uberis)” K. A. Mullen, et. al An in-vitro assessment of the antibacterial activity of plant-derived oils. Journal Dairy Science 2014 Sep; 97(9):5587-91.
Safety “Using thymol as a marker, PhytoMast™ was detectable and quantifiable in plasma beginning with the 15-minute post-treatment sample, but was no longer detectable in the 4-hour post-treatment sample. Thymol residues were only detected in the 12-hour post-treatment milk sample. An inflammatory response was not evident following phytoceutical administration.” C.S. McPhee, et. al Milk and plasma disposition of thymol following intramammary administration of a phytoceutical mastitis treatment. Journal Dairy Science 2011 Apr; 94(4): 1738-43.