Acts as antimicrobial agent
Inhibits the growth of micro-organisms.
Acts as a vulnerary agent
Hastens the process of wound healing.
Acts as a antifungal agent
Acts against common dermatophytes.
Acts as a antimaggot agent
Controls maggot infestation.
Abrasions, cuts, lacerations, burns, scalds and surgical wounds
Pruritus, pyoderma, dermatitis, callosites, dry/moist eczema and ringworm
Sinuses and fistulae
Treatment of bacterial and fungal dermatological diseases with herbal cream
Yathiraj, S., Ravi Raidurg and Upendra, H.A., Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary College, Hebbal, Bangalore, India, National Symposium on "Focusing on Need to Develop New Diagnostic, Therapeutic and Preventive Approaches to Deal with Diseases of Farm and Companion Animals"
and XXI Annual Convention of Indian Society for Veterinary Medicine,
February 7-9, 2003, pp. 198-199.
Dermal toxicity studies of a herbal formulation "Canisep" cream in rats
Venkatesha Udupa, Mitra, S.K., Ashish Sachan, et.al., Indian Journal of Toxicology (2002): (9), 1, 7-10.
Clean the affected area after clipping the adjoining hair. Apply the cream liberally three times a day or as directed by the veterinarian. Concurrent administration of antibiotics may be required in severe cases or as directed by the veterinarian.
Cream: 30 g lamitube.
Each gram of Canisep cream contains:
Oils Atasi (Linum usitatissimum) 50 mg
Tailaparna (Eucalyptus globulus) 30 mg
Karpura (Cinnamomum camphora) 25 mg
Tulasi (Ocimum sanctum) 12 mg
Vacha (Acorus calamus) 8 mg
Pdr. Tankana (Shuddha) 18 mg