Many people like vine tea because it contains dihydromyricetin (DHM), a flavonoid ingredient that helps break down alcohol, and is used as a hangover artifact after drinking. But vine tea can also bring nutrition and protection to animals. Have you heard of this?

Through the Internet, we can understand that vine tea is mainly distributed in the south of the Yangtze River valley in China, such as southeastern Yunnan, Fujian, Guangdong, Guangxi, Hunan, and other places. It is a wild genius of the genus Corydalis. It can be made into vine tea extract powder by refining its stems and leaves.

The history of tea drinks has been thousands of years. In recent years, China’s authoritative scientific research institutions have carried out the component analysis. Tests have shown that vine tea powder is rich in plant flavonoids and 17 kinds of essential amino acids and various trace elements which animals need such as calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, manganese, and potassium. In 2015, vine tea was approved for the first time as a national raw material for new food resources.

Vine tea is a gift from nature. To better display the value of vine tea, people have conducted more in-depth research and experiments.

With the participation of experts and professors from many well-known universities and research institutes, many research projects of the team have shown that vine tea flavonoids have many sound effects on livestock, poultry and fish, such as:

  • Antibacterial,
  • Anti-oxidation,
  • Promote growth,
  • Improve production performance,
  • Increase feed returns,
  • Enhance the immunity of animal organisms,
  • Improve animal meat quality,
  • Prevention and control of growth retardation of livestock and poultry, indigestion, inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract, weak body, and less egg production.

Therefore, the research experiment tells us that vine tea is an ecologically natural, organic, healthy and safe plant-derived feed additive.

Of course, knowing how to use it is also necessary:

For poultry:
Young poultry: 3-6 grams of vine tea extract/kg of feed, OR
Add a bag of this product into 300 kg of young poultry feed.
Adult poultry/laying chicken: 2-3 grams of vine tea extract/kg of feed, OR
Add 1000-1500 grams of this product into 500 kg of adult poultry/laying hen feed
For pig:
Piglets: 3-6 grams of vine tea extract/kg of feed, OR
Add 600-900 grams of this product into 300 kg of piglet feed
Medium and large pigs:  2-3 grams of vine tea extract/kg of feed, or
Add 1000-1500 grams into 500 kg of medium and large pig feed
For fish: Add 1000g of this product into per 250kg of feed, mix well, and use granules.

When human dietary supplements enter the farm and walk into the gastrointestinal tract of animals, what changes will happen to the animals?

Don’t you want to know how the animals on your farm will lead?

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