• An ideal BIOTIN (Vitamin H) & Vitamin E combination with impressive results.


  • Increased milk production
  • Hoof Health Improvement
  • Skin Quality improvement
  • Protection against mastitis
  • Meat and Milk Quality Improvement
  • Increased immunity

Nutrition Facts

    Sodium Chloride, Calcium Carbonate, Magnesium Oxide, Molasses (Sugar beet)

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Vitamin H / Biotin

VITAMIN H / BIOTIN is an essential coenzyme in carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism and it promotes hoof health by improving horn quality. It is involved in conversion of carbohydrate to protein and vice versa, as well as conversion of protein and carbohydrate to fat. Biotin also plays an important role in maintaining normal blood glucose levels from metabolism of protein and fat when the dietary intake of carbohydrate is low.


Magnesium is needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body. It helps to maintain normal nerve and muscle function, supports a healthy immune system, keeps the heartbeat steady, and helps bones remain strong. It also helps adjust blood glucose levels. It aids in the production of energy and protein, improves the digestibility of feed and improves the reproduction.



Selenium is a component of glutathione peroxidase, an enzyme for the removal of lipid peroxides. Selenium is very important in fertility and helps muscular development. Se is also a component of two other selenoproteins. The midpiece of sperm requires selenoprotein. Microbes in the rumen replace S with Se in their S-containing amino acid synthesis. They are absorbed in the duodenum as amino acids. White muscle disease and exudative diathesis are two Se deficiency symptoms, which can be treated with both vitamin E and Se. Deficient animals also show liver necrosis. Selenium prevents oxidative damage to tissues by offering an antioxidant action and protects against cell damage.


Iodine’s function is as a constituent of thyroxin, a thyroid gland hormone that regulates the basal metabolic rate. Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), secreted by the anterior pituitary gland, enhances the iodine uptake by the thyroid gland. Short-term deficiency leads to hypothyroidism, with reduced growth rate and reproductive problems, hair loss, and dry skin. Long-term deficiency leads to goiter. Without iodine, thyroxin cannot be synthesized. This causes the release of TSH, which in turn causes the hypertrophy of the thyroid gland.

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Zinc is an essential nutrient for animals, functioning in enzyme systems and being involved in protein synthesis, carbohydrate metabolism, and many other biochemical reactions. A severe zinc deficiency causes numerous pathological changes, including skin parakeratosis, reduced or cessation of growth, general debility, lethargy, and increased susceptibility to infection.


Cobalt has only one known function, which is a constituent of vitamin B12. Cobalt is required for rumen microbes to synthesize vitamin B12. Deficiency symptoms are easily confused with gross malnutrition or starvation.



Calcium is the main component of bones and teeth. It has chief metabolic functions in the animal bodies and is also essential for muscle activity, skeleton, blood clotting, nerve transmission and dynamics of enzyme function. Calcium metabolism at calving is one of the most important animal health factors influencing the production, reproduction and feed conversion efficiency as it plays a major role in the absorption of nutrients (modification of the cell permeability) .
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Vitamin E

Vitamin E has been shown to be essential for integrity and optimum function of reproductive, muscular, circulatory, nervous, and immune systems. One of the most important functions is its role as an intercellular and intracellular antioxidant. Vitamin E is part of the body’s intracellular defense against the adverse effects of reactive oxygen and free radicals that initiate oxidation of unsaturated phospholipids and critical sulfhydryl groups.


Case Study

1The Role Of Biotin In Animals' Nutrition
  • The Biotin storage takes place in animal's liver and kidneys. Under normal feeding circumstances, Biotin is produced by the microbial flora of the animals' digestive system, in sufficient for them quantities.
  • When the bacteria microbial populations which cohabit into the animals' peptic tube, are disturbed becoming unable to produce sufficient quantities of Biotin, then a vitamin deficiency is appeared. Biotin deficiency causes dermatitis, hair loss, hooves breaking, delayed growth and nervous disorders.
  • It has been proved that additional supplying of Biotin improves, milk productivity, hooves quality and health, skin and hair quality, health and looks.
  • BIOTIN S.I.N. HELLAS licking block can help into that as it offers to the animals the possibly missing quantities of Biotin but also of Vitamin E which they need.

    Suitable for

    Sheep, Goats, Dairy Cows, Dry Cows, Cattle / Beef, Horse, Camel, Wild / Prey

    Available Colors


    Box of 8pcs x 3kg

    3kg blocks wrapped in plastic film in box of 8pcs x 3kg

    Box of 4pcs x 5kg

    5kg blocks wrapped in plastic film in box of 4pcs x 5kg

    10kg block

    Individually shrink wrapped 10kg block with handling strap.

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