Suspension for oral administration of “Monesol”.
As active substances, 1 ml of the “Monesol” suspension contains 2.0 mg of ivermectin and 40.0 mg of praziquantel. In addition, the formulation includes auxiliary components (thickeners, preservatives, stabilizers). The drug in appearance is a homogeneous suspension of white with a gray or yellowish tinge. During storage it is allowed to delaminate the suspension, which disappears when shaken.
The preparation is produced by prepacked 100, 200, 250, 500 and 1000 ml in a polymer container.
Shelf life of the drug under the conditions of storage – 2 years from the date of manufacture. Keep it with caution (List B) in its original packaging in a dry, dark place, separate from food and feed, at a temperature of 5oC to 20oC.
Monesol should be kept out of the reach of children.


Monezol is a wide range of antihypertensive agents that are effective against mature and incomplete nematodes and cestodes as well as trematodes. The drug is exposed to a wide range of effects, which leads to the death of mature and pelvic forms of the helminthes.
The action mechanism of the ivermectin, which is a part of the drug, is a violation of carbon dioxide exchange, which leads to their death and withdrawal from the animal body. When the drug is administered orally, ivermectin is rapidly absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract and penetrates into the organs and tissues, and is secreted mainly by urine and feces. Ovicidal drug reduces helminth infections in pastures.
Monizol suspension is classified as extremely hazardous to the organism (Class 3 of hazardous GOST 12.1.007-76). Does not adversely affect the animals in recommended doses.

Monezol is assigned to large and small cattle, pigs and agricultural birds with a therapeutic purpose once per os with cestodias, nematodes of the gastrointestinal tract and lungs, and also sheep in estrogen.
For large and small cattle, monesol is used for nematodes of the gastrointestinal tract (gemnochiasis, bunostomosis, esophagostomosis, nematodes, haberthyosis, co-operaosis, ostertagios, strongyloidiasis, trichostrongylosis, trichocephalosis, neoascariosis) - 1 ml per 20 kg, with nematodes of the lungs (diktiokaulez, mulleriosis, cystokaulez, protostrongilease) and cestodozes of c.c. (moniesiosis, avitellinosis, tizaniosiosis) - 1 ml per 10 kg of animal mass.
For sheep in estrogen, the individual dose of the drug is increased to 1 ml per 10 kg of animal mass.
Pig monoseol is used for nematodes (ascaridosis, esophagostomosis, metastronitis, trichocephalosis, strongyloidiasis) individually at a dose of 0.7 ml per 10 kg of animal mass.
Broiler chickens, chickens up to the age of 16 weeks old, geese and ducks, monesole is used for nematodes (gangulteraterakidosis, ascariasis, heterokeridosis) and cestodoza (drepanidoteniosis, hymenoleptidosis, raetinosis), individually or in groups, with food in the morning for two consecutive doses 0.2 ml / kg of bird mass.
Before mass treatments, each series of monesol is tested on a small group of animals (5-7 heads) of different ages and weights. If there are no complications within 3 days, then the entire stock is processed.

The drug is used for deworming in cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, horses:
- gastrointestinal nematodoses (hemorrhage, bunostomosis, esophagostomy, nematoderosis, ostertagiosis, habertosis, cooperiosis, strongyloidosis, trixostrongylose, giostrongylose, paraskaridosis, ascaridosis);
- cestodoses (moniezyosis, avitellinosis, systemichesiosis);
- pulmonary nematodoses (dictiolarosis, protostrongylose, myulniosis, neostrongylose, cystocaulosis, metastrongillosis);
- trematodoses (fascioliosis dicotoxic paramfistomatosis),

Individual instructions. Prior to mass vaccination, each batch of the drug is tested in a small group of animals (5-10 heads). If there are no complications within 3 days, the drug is administered to all animals.
Contraindications Use of the drug is not allowed in acute fascioliasis, in the first half of pregnancy for cattle and horses in the first half of pregnancy, for infected animals and deprived animals, as well as for sheep, goats, and pigs during cattle breeding .

Side effects. No side effects are observed when the drug is administered in recommended doses. After drug administration, animals are allowed to slaughter for meat after 28 days and to use the milk after 3-4 days.