Research on Cinnatube®

USDA/SARE at North Carolina University

The risk of new infections for each treatment were 

14 ±7% for CIN[Cinnatube] 

23 ±20% for Conventional[Quartermaster with Orbeseal].

“Cinnatube appeared to have a protective effect versus new infections compared with no treatment. Cinnatube, was also effective at preventing future infections, eliminating the risk of antibiotic residues in milk/meat and by lowering the contribution of the dairy industry to the development of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.” 

This research has been published, and subject to peer review, in the prestigious Journal of Dairy Science. Citation: Mullen, K. A. E., K. L. Anderson, and S. P. Washburn. "Effect of 2 herbal intramammary products on milk quantity and quality compared with conventional and no dry cow therapy."

Journal of Dairy Science 97.6 (2014): 3509-3522