clorsulon
FRED

Denver, CO

#1 Dec 25, 2011
I came across some studies on Ivomec "super" or Ivomec "plus" , it's Ivermectin with clorsulon added, does anyone know anything about this?,
Here are some links;

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12557931

http://www.vetscan.co.in/v4n1/a_note_on_iverm...

http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Ivermectin-cl...

http://us.merial.com/producers/cow_calf/produ...

Since: Apr 11

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#2 Dec 25, 2011
FRED wrote:
I came across some studies on Ivomec "super" or Ivomec "plus" , it's Ivermectin with clorsulon added, does anyone know anything about this?,
Here are some links;
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12557931
http://www.vetscan.co.in/v4n1/a_note_on_iverm...
http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Ivermectin-cl...
http://us.merial.com/producers/cow_calf/produ...
I have never seen this ingredient on any combined Ivermectin horse wormer. Im interested though. Perhaps not available in Aust
FRED

Denver, CO

#3 Dec 25, 2011
Catzillaa, I've been reading my brains out about this stuff trying to find a way out.

I experimented with the albendazole topically based on some studies and then read some scientific literature about how the albendazole works in worms digestive tract and then read about the mites digestive tract and it didn't really seem applicable but i'm no scientist. it gave me a a rash.
I couldn't handle the Advantix either, it was just too toxic and doing weird stuff to me.

Everything I've read on the clorsulon infers that is for liver flukes but there are studies suggesting it worked well on sarcoptic.

I wrote to the American Entomology society and asked for their help too, it would be nice to have some real scientists involved.

I'm going to research this whole post and see if I can come up with a number of people who have either been cured by clove oil or DE or a combination, I know there are some claims. I was able to get a nest out of my leg with clove oil. I'd like to have some numbers though to see what the prospects are. It seems like there are many salesmen on this forum or people with weird agendas. As you know it's not always easy sifting through it.

I wish you well in the new year

Since: Apr 11

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#4 Dec 25, 2011
Thanks fred. I liked the clove oil but I was so infested I needed to hit them from the inside. I also like citra solv or citrus turpentine I can feel it tingling/fizzing beneath skin layers. Ultimately long term sufferers need to treat internally in my opinion. We can't tell from sight how many mites or egg generations are under the skin. I used iver with praziquantel with no short term side effects except for the usual vision disturbance. If they come back I may choose a different combined iver.
FRED

Denver, CO

#5 Dec 25, 2011
Catzillaa check out the thread I started called "Options to permethrin and Ivermectin" , I found something called pipronyl butoxide, it's not very toxic but it inhibits the mites ability to metabolize the permethrin so it dies. It works especially well with permethrin. It took a lot of research but I think it has possibilities.

Since: Apr 11

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#6 Dec 25, 2011
FRED wrote:
Catzillaa check out the thread I started called "Options to permethrin and Ivermectin" , I found something called pipronyl butoxide, it's not very toxic but it inhibits the mites ability to metabolize the permethrin so it dies. It works especially well with permethrin. It took a lot of research but I think it has possibilities.
I can't go back to perm now, too toxic. The iver worked better for me.

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