A Veterinary Food Supplement for the Treatment and Prevention of Mastitis in Cows and Other Dairy Animals. 

A powerful veterinary food supplement for the prevention and treatment of inflammation and other diseases caused by viral and microbial infections. Specifically, it was designed to treat and prevent mastitis in cows, and other dairy animals. It is non-chemical and derived from natural sources. 

EUTERMAST food supplement can be added to the animal drinking water or food or administered directly to the animal's mouth. 


  • Plant-based Carbohydrates - Multilayer cellulose nanoparticles in a unique patented form, 
  • Colloidal solution of silver ions, 
  • Garlic allicin liquid, 
  • Ionizing component – NaCl, 
  • Water. 

Plant-based Carbohydrates multilayer cellulose nanoparticles eliminate diseases caused by viral and microbial infections by leveraging their unique properties, such as antiviral and antimicrobial activity, targeted delivery, and immune-modulatory effects, to inhibit the growth and replication of pathogens, enhance the body's immune response, and deliver therapeutic agents directly to the affected sites for efficient treatment. 

Colloidal solution of silver ions: This ingredient also has antibacterial properties and helps to prevent the growth of bacteria that cause mastitis. 

Garlic allicin liquid has immune-boosting and antioxidant properties that can help improve the animal's immune system and overall health. 

Ionizing component – NaCl helps to maintain the pH balance in the animal's body and can help prevent the growth of harmful bacteria. 

EUTERMAST is easy to administer and contains active ingredients that combat the disease, making it an important addition to any veterinary treatment regimen. 

EUTERMAST has a non-milk withdrawal period. 

EUTERMAST efficiency had been observed in the treatment of mastitis caused by varies bacteria either obligated pathogen of the mammary gland, which is transmitted directly among cows during milking such as Str. Agalactiae, or that colonize the nipple skin, advance through the mammary gland canal into the gland such us Staphylococcus aureus; Staphylococci Spp. or Environmental mastitis pathogens, such as E. coli, Corynebacterium spp. Streptococcus spp etc. 

Furthermore, an improvement in the overall health and well-being of the animals has been observed. Specifically, there has been a notable enhancement in rumen activity when compared to traditional treatments. Additionally, the eradication of bacterial aggressor from the udder and milk has been observed, preventing subclinical mastitis that can result in a chronic infection persisting throughout the animal's life. This improvement also leads to a reduction in somatic cell count. EUTERMAST can be used both as a preventive measure and as a treatment for mastitis. Its active ingredients are known to have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and immunomodulatory properties, which help to reduce inflammation, fight off infections, and boost the animal's immune system. 


EUTERMAST is easy to administer and can be added to the animal's drinking water or food or given directly to the mouth by instillation. For an adult cow weighing 400-500 kg, the recommended daily dose is 70-75 ml of EUTERMAST, which can be given twice a day; this can be done during or after the cow milking process. The treatment duration is usually 7 days. Should there be inadequate progress, the treatment can be prolonged for another week. 

For young heifers, a reduced dosage of the drug is administered, which is determined based on the weight of the animal. 


If you follow preventive measures and monitor the animals, diseases of calves and cows can be prevented or cured in the preliminary stages. 

Since EUTERMAST is non-toxic and has no side effects, it can be easily excreted by the excretory systems of the body. It is also used for the prevention of all viral diseases. 

Release form: 

EUTERMAST is available in a 500 ml bottle, which is enough for 7 days of treatment in an adult cow. Alternative packaging: A package of 14 bottles of 35 ml (about 1.18 oz). 

Mastitis Mastitis is a prevalent disease that affects cows, particularly those that are pregnant or have recently calved. It is crucial to promptly diagnose and initiate treatment or prevention measures to mitigate potential severe consequences. 

The overall production loss for the average US dairy farm is estimated at $110/cow annually and increasing each year. Mastitis is estimated to cost the global dairy industry $19.7B–32B (USD) annually and the cost of subclinical mastitis in the US alone is expected to exceed $1B annually. 

While the economic impact varies by country, a mastitis case often costs $250 to $500 per clinical case and $100 per subclinical case [2]. Clinical and subclinical cases often result in reduced milk yield and quality, decreased lactation potential, and early culling of lactating cows. Recent studies show that the average case of clinical mastitis resulted in a total economic cost of $444, including $128 in direct costs and $316 in indirect costs. Direct costs included diagnostics($10), therapeutics ($36), non-saleable milk ($25), veterinary service ($4), labor ($21), and death loss($32). Indirect costs included future milk production loss ($125), premature culling and replacement loss($182), and future reproductive loss ($9). 

References How Much is Mastitis Costing Your Dairy Farm? 

The cost of clinical mastitis in the first 30 days of lactation: An economic modeling tool, E. Rollin, K.C. Dhuyvetter, M.W. Overton, Preventive Veterinary Medicine 122 (2015) 257–264. What is Mastitis Costing You? A. Yutzy Assistant Director, Animal Systems Programs, PennState University Mastitis is the #1 Reason Dairy Cows are Treated with Antibiotics. 

antibiotics/ 4 Alternatives to antibiotics for treatment of mastitis in dairy cows, Xiaoping Li et. al. Front. Vet. Sci., 19 June 2023 Sec. Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology Volume 10 - 2023 | 

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