Sodium Humate

Physiological and Pharmacological Effect of Sodium Humate

Sodium humate has certain preventive effects on the digestive tract, oral cavity and skin of livestock and poultry. In addition, humic acid substances are gastrointestinal catarrh, sows do not eat after delivery and the front and stomach of cattle and sheep Relaxation disease, chicken coccidiosis and rheumatism, hoofitis, claudication, trauma, ulcers, burns, eczema, etc. have certain curative effects.

A large amount of data indicates that sodium humate is not only a growth regulator of animals, but also has certain drug functions. Jiang Anwen et al. summarized the seven pharmacological effects of sodium humate on animals:
1) Promote activation and absorption of feed ingredients;
2) regulating endocrine;
3) anti-inflammatory effect;
4) promote wound healing;
5) regulate blood circulation;
6) promote coagulation;
7) Improve immunity.

The anti-inflammatory mechanism of sodium humate showed that the inhibition rate of sodium humate injection on mice was 66.3~67.6%, slightly higher than single sodium humate, which had a strong inhibitory effect on delayed allergic reaction; The weight gain of the adrenal gland, thymus and spleen gland indicates that sodium humate has strong immune function.

Wang Shanfeng’s mechanism of action on sodium humate also believes that in addition to H humic acid, sodium humate also contains a certain amount of amino acids, nucleic acids, vitamins, inositol, polysaccharides, active strains and enzymes, which are directly involved in metabolism.

Repair biofilm, improve cell viability and inhibit sympathetic nerve stimulation, enhance digestive system and various organ functions, reduce body temperature, prolong sleep time, thereby reducing consumption and improving feed compensation. Toxicology studies have also shown that sodium humate has no distortion and toxicity, and consumption of sodium humate has no effect on the quality and safety of meat, eggs and milk.

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