Red Blood ensures proper vitamin absorption
– It contains vitamin K3 (menadione salts) which is relatively water soluble, and, therefore, is completely absorbed.
Red Blood prevents bleeding
– It activates blood-clotting proteins, whom are synthesized in the liver in their inactive precursor forms.
Red Blood shows a dramatic rapid onset of action
– In cases of vitamin K deficiency, Red Blood administration shows a prompt response in four to six hours.
Vitamin K3 10%
– Supportive treatment in all cases associated with hemorrhages as:
1- Coccidia infection
– Following treatment with sulfonamides.
0.5 ml to be added to drinking water for 12 hours for 3-5 days.