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Feomelanina Plus

Feomelanina Plus
Feomelanina Plus
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Brands AvianVet
  • Model 3579
12.50€

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FEOMELANIN PLUS is a nutritional supplement for canaries brunos and faeos formulated by Avianvet.

Several years of studies and the best breeders of canary faeos endorse this fantastic product to stimulate the synthesis of pheomelanin and mutated brown eumelanin.

Avianvet, has obtained with this supplementary product the feeding of the faeos and brunos canaries, administering the necessary amino acids and minerals and at doses studied so that all the chemical reactions involved in the synthesis of pheomelanine occur in cascade.

FEOMELANIN PLUS thus enhances oxidation by obscuring feomelanin and mutated brown melanin increasing its production.

FEOMELANIN PLUS, is an innovative product, with proven results, completely different from all the melanic enhancers on the market.

Composition per gram: L-tyrosine; Vitamin A; Vitamin D3; Vitamin E, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, Vitamin K3, Folic Acid, Nicotinic Acid, Lime Pantothenate, Amino acid complex; Amine nitrogen; Zinc (E6), Manganese (E5), Cu (E4); Amino acid complex (Aspartic acid.Treonine.Sine, Glutamic acid, Proline, Glycine, Alanine, Cystine, Methionine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Phenylalanine, Tyrosine, Lysine.Histidine.Arginine.Tryptophan).

Method of use and dosage: Administer 5-10 gr of pheomelanin plus per kilo of pasta or food. Supplementation of trace metals and amino acids at doses studied to enhance the oxidation of mutated brown eumelanin and pheomelanin. At the right dosages it helps to improve oxidation in Bruns canaries and faeos. It can be used during breeding and moulting of young specimens.

Containers: 125 gr. And 250 gr.

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