Neprofin PET (50g option) is for household pets. Directions: For best results, add Neprofin PET to wet or dry food as directed in the following dose chart, or as directed by your veterinarian.
Dosing: Add Neprofin to wet or dry food as directed below:
Animal Weight: 1-5 lbs. Amount: ¼ - ½ Scoop Frequency: 1-2 Times Daily
Animal Weight: 6-25 lbs. Amount: ½ - 1 Scoop Frequency: 1-2 Times Daily
Animal Weight: 26-75 lbs. Amount: 1 - 2 Scoops Frequency: 2-3 Times Daily
Animal Weight: 76-150 lbs. Amount: 2 - 3 Scoops Frequency: 2-4 Times Daily
Ingredients: Protease A proteolytic enzyme that has the ability to digest excessive blood proteins. When present in blood serum, protease plays an important role in blood clotting as well as lysis of clots. It can also help support a healthy immune system and improve circulatory health. Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) A natural sulfur-containing compound that has pain-reducing properties. Serrapeptase A proteolytic enzyme with potent fibrinolytic activity. Serrapeptase is used worldwide for its ability to reduce swelling and increase the speed of recovery. Bromelain A proteolytic enzyme derived from pineapple that acts with the body to promote its normal immune responses. Bromelain can also help maintain healthy skin conditions. Rutin A flavonoid (plant pigment) that helps to maintain strong capillaries and connective tissue, as well as healthy blood vessels. Amla Derived from Indian gooseberry, amla helps maintain normal pH balance and is traditionally used as a nerve, brain, and hair tonic. Cellulase An enzyme that digests cellulose, or plant fiber. Most animals do not produce cellulose naturally and are therefore unable to use most of the energy contained in plant material. Papain A proteolytic enzyme derived from papaya that can promote natural healing and assist with digestion of proteins. Amylase An enzyme which breaks down starches. Amylase helps ease digestion of excess starches processed in the large intestine. Beta-glucanase An enzyme that breaks down glucan (a carbohydrate found in barley and oats) to help remedy digestive problems. Hemicellulase Breaks down hemicellulose, a polysaccharide that is present along with cellulose in all plant cell walls. Phytase An enzyme that breaks down the indigestible phytic acid found in grains. Lipase Naturally released from the pancreas, lipase triggers the breakdown of fat into fatty acids.
Speed recovery and facilitate pain-free movement in performance or pleasure horses, grazing animals and livestock.
Neprofin AVF (Advanced Veterinary Formula) [500g or 1 Kilo option] is special blend of fungal protease, bromelain and papain combined with serrapeptase, a powerful proteolytic (protein digesting) enzyme, to digest excessive blood proteins and free radicals. Serrapeptase is used worldwide for its ability to reduce swelling and increase the speed of recovery. The formula also contains doses of amylase and lipase, as well as a natural gooseberry extract known as Amla which provides synergistic support to the enzyme blend. Neprofin also contains rutin, an important bioflavonoid that may help to repair damaged tissue. This formula is an excellent choice for injuries and is ideal for decreasing recovery times. It is also effective for active, athletic animals to ensure a prompt recovery from soreness and swelling due to over-activity.
Neprofin AVF enzymes aid to assimilate food into nutrients and discard the waste. It works continuously with the pH variation of the digestive tract to increase digestion and absorption, which also intensifies absorption of released amino acids. Neprofin aims to improve circulation, speed tissue repair, alleviate joint discomfort, support cardiovascular health, and relieve respiratory complaints. Neprofin was formulated to be a natural alternative remedy for animal injuries that in the past would have been treated with harsh medications. For example, cox enzyme inhibitors have been observed to be very destructive to the liver and kidneys as well as negatively impact white blood cell counts. Gastrointestinal problems, ulcers and aplastic anemia are also quite common with continued use of cox inhibitors. Unlike these medicines, Neprofin does not block cox enzymes to suppress inflammation, but rather digests the pro-inflammatory prostaglandins that are responsible for causing inflammation and its associated pain. Neprofin is non-toxic and can be adopted as a long-term replacement therapy for most injuries without the risk of side effects.
Suggested UseDirections: Optimal dosage of Neprofin must be determined by the individual animal's needs. For injured or lame horses mix 3 scoops (9 grams) of Neprofin into the horse's moist or dry food, 3 times per day. After symptoms have dissipated over the course of several weeks, use the indicated maintenance dosage. In addition to decreasing the recovery time from injury, Neprofin also promotes a normal inflammatory response and supports cardiovascular health.
Dosing: The following dosage schedule may be used as general guideline. Optimal dosage may be different depending on the individual animal's needs or as suggested by your veterinarian.DescriptionAmountFrequencyEquine: Injured or Lame2 Scoops (9 grams)3 times per dayEquine: Maintenance Dose1 Scoop (3 grams)3 times per dayWhat is Neprofin?Neprofin AVF is a natural, non-toxic blend of powerful enzymes, antioxidants and bioflavonoids specially formulated to help facilitate movement as well as tissue and muscle healing.
How does Neprofin work?Neprofin digests the pro-inflammatory prostaglandins that are responsible for causing inflammation and its associated pain. The blend of enzymes and antioxidants in Neprofin not only suppress inflammation, but also positively impact digestion by helping to assimilate food into nutrients.
Is Neprofin safe?No serious or adverse side effects have been reported from applying systemic enzymes such as Neprofin to an animal's daily feed regimen. Clinical studies have shown that even extremely large doses of these enzymes are not toxic.
Can I administer Neprofin with other supplements?Neprofin can be used safely with other dietary supplements. For the best health possible, we recommend at least one daily dose of Neprofin along with our powerful digestive probiotic formula, Novequin.
How do I administer Neprofin?Every animal is different. The simplest way to administer Neprofin is to simply add the appropriate serving (see Suggested Use) to your animal's meal. For finicky eaters, it is recommended to find a way that best fits your animal's needs. It is important to simply find a method that is suitable for the animal's size and personality. Many animals will simply feed as if the Neprofin wasn't there. For instance, Neprofin has been successfully administered in a small amount of peanut butter. Any method that enables Neprofin to be consumed by the animal is a good method.
How long does it take for Neprofin to work?Although every animal is different, some owners have reported seeing the effects of systemic enzymes within the first day of supplementation. For therapeutic regimens, the progression may be slow for some animals and quicker for others. Typically, supplementing the product for a minimum of a month's time is recommended, with the best results occurring anywhere from one to three months thereafter.
Is Neprofin Kosher?
The formula is Kosher, and a copy of the certification is available by request.
Is Neprofin Vegetarian or Vegan?
The formula is vegetarian and vegan in accordance with the guidelines of the American Vegetarian Association.
Is Neprofin Non-GMO?The microorganisms used to produce this enzyme product are not genetically engineered organisms as defined by the National Organic Standards Board. Genetically engineered is defined as follows: Made with techniques that alter the molecular or cellular biology of an organism by means that are not possible under natural conditions or processes. Genetic engineering includes recombinant DNA, cell fusion, micro-and macro-encapsulation, gene deletion and doubling, introducing a foreign gene, and changing the position of genes. It shall not include breeding, conjugation, fermentation, hybridization, in-vitro fertilization, and tissue culture.
Is Neprofin Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS)?
Yes, the specialty enzyme blend that makes up Neprofin is Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) by the FDA.
Neprofin Takes A New ApproachFor sometime, supplements like Glucosamine HCL and Chondroitin have been touted as the next best thing for joint issues. While these products may increase mobility, they do little for pain and inflammation. In fact, their only function is to provide the "building blocks" necessary to facilitate lubrication between connective tissue and joints. Lubricating inflamed joints will provide some pain relief but limited relief at best. Neprofin takes an entirely different path in the healing process by alleviating systemic (whole body) inflammation. Glucosamine HCL and Chondroitin are limited to joint pain and flexibility in function. In fact, this is just the beginning for Neprofin as it has been shown to significantly speed up healing times for tendonitis, muscle tears, arthritis, colic and lameness.
Protease: A proteolytic enzyme that has the ability to digest excessive blood proteins. When present in blood serum, protease plays an important role in blood clotting as well as lysis of clots.
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM): A natural sulfur-containing compound that may have pain reducing properties.
Serrapeptase: A proteolytic enzyme with potent fibrinolytic activity; Serrapeptase is used worldwide for its ability to reduce swelling and increase the speed of recovery.
Bromelain: A proteolytic enzyme derived from pineapple that acts with the body to promote its normal immune responses. Bromelain can also help to maintain healthy skin conditions.
Rutin: A flavonoid (plant pigment) that helps to maintain strong capillaries and connective tissue, as well as healthy blood vessels.
Amla: Derived from Indian Gooseberry, Amla helps maintain normal pH balance and is traditionally used as a nerve, brain and hair tonic.
Cellulase: An enzyme that digests cellulose, or plant fiber. Most animals do not produce cellulose naturally and are therefore unable to use most of the energy contained in plant material.
Papain: A proteolytic enzyme derived from papaya that can promote natural healing of bruises and other tissue injuries.
Amylase: An enzyme which breaks down starches; will help ease digestion of excess starches processed in the large intestine.
Beta-glucanase: An enzyme that breaks down glucan, a carbohydrate found in barley and oats; may help remedy digestive problems.
Hemicellulase: Breaks down hemicellulose, a polysaccharide that is present along with cellulose in all plant cell walls.
Phytase: An enzyme that breaks down the indigestible phytic acid found in grains.
Lipase: Naturally released from the pancreas, lipase triggers the breakdown of fat into fatty acids.
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- 500 Gram - 1 Kilo