Éire Budgerigar Society

Est 1952


Re-Scha Panta 20

EUR 20.80

Panta 20

Liquid nutrition supplement for caged birds, carrier pigeons, terrarium animals, small rodents and rabbits

Panta-20 contains a variable and well-balanced spectrum of valuable amino acids and vitamins for optimal condition and a strong immune system.


The metabolism needs the amino acids alanin, arginin, aspartic acid, cystein, glutamic acid, glycin, isoleucin, histidin, leucin, lysin, methionin, phenylalanin, prolin, serin, threonin, tryptophan, and valin in high concentrations. They do not only contribute to an optimum conditioning but support the immune system. Today it is well known that the amino acids cystein, glutamic acid, glycin and methionin play a most prominent role in the constitution of the immune system supporting the synthesis of antibodies and immune globulins. The glutamic acid has a key function in the stimulation of the body's hormone system. Panta-20 contains raw products full of these amino acids.


In the nutrition of birds there is an additional need for B-vitamins. These vitamins have an important function in the release, activation and utilisation of nutrition energy with a direct impact on the carbohydrate and protein metabolism. They also contribute to the synthesis of the red blood cells (erythrocytes, e.g. vitamin B12).


Inosit is substance very similar to vitamins of the B-group. It can be found in muscles and is important for muscle growth („muscle nutrition“;). It also has a function in the transport and metabolism of fatty acids. Inosit increases the release of oxygen to the peripheral tissue and improves the nourishment of tissues. Even a depressant activity is presumed.


Not only inosit but also carnitine is important for the transport of fatty acids. It leads the fatty acids to the place of decomposition. Carnitine supports the synthesis of glucose via the amino acids leucin, isoleucin and valin. Many biochemical processes need the direct or indirect support of carnitine. Even an immune stimulating function is discussed.

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