Epic II CL is an aqueous (water-based) solution consisting of encapsulated natural vitamins, amino acids, enzymes and glycocomponents. Epic II CL is formulated to cut down the ammonia (blood urea nitrogen) in the intestine, thereby allowing for more complete digestion and increased tissue integrity. With its unique ability to dilate bood vessels and increase gut mobility for faster toxin evacuation, Epic II CL is unsurpassed in its effectiveness to aid the animal's immune system in combatting colic symptoms and other digestive diseases. For maximum benefit for your animals and birds, use Epic II CL in combination with Karbo Flour+ or Karbo Pellets+. Learn more.
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Epic II CL is an aqueous solution (water based) consisting of natural vitamins, acids, enzymes and glycocomponents.
Epic II CL contains enzymes that play multiple roles in the breakdown of plant and animal feedstuffs. Adding these enzymes to the animal's feed releases previously unavailable starches, lignins, proteins and minerals. The animal uses these formerly missing nutrients to fortify its complex immune system.
Epic II CL makes the feed more palatable and digestion becomes more complete. More complete digestion decreases the needed amount of feed for body maintenance, so rate of average daily gain is increased.
Epic II CL has a profound effect on the immune system-it increases Immune System response-therefore a healtheir aninial.
Epic II CL increases an animal's overall performance. Therefore, its rate of gain increases. In females, fertility is increased. In dairy animals, production has seen an increase. Animals feel better and seem to be more active.
Epic II CL also contains the proteolytic enzyme CL which fortifies the Epic formula to bind ammonia released during protein and amino acid breakdown. High ammonia levels are toxic to bacteria necessary for complete digestion. The ammonia binding to the CL enzyme is reversible and the ammonia release takes place when the level of ammonia present drops to a low constant level. In the digestive tract the reversible binding of ammonia for amino acid synthesis can create an additional "pool" of ammonia for amino acid synthesis for bacterial protein growth, creating a more constant and uniform supply of non-ammonia nitrogen of bacterial origin to the small intestine.