Cynosul is a prescription medication containing pyrimethamine and sulfadiazine, historically used in veterinary medicine to treat various parasitic infections. While it may have been effective in the past, its use in racing horses and camels is strongly discouraged due to significant safety concerns and the potential for serious adverse effects.

Important Note:

  • This information is for educational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. Cynosul should never be administered to racing horses or camels without the guidance and supervision of a licensed veterinarian.

Potential benefits:

  • Antiprotozoal and antibacterial effects: Cynosul combines the action of pyrimethamine, effective against certain protozoal parasites, and sulfadiazine, a broad-spectrum antibiotic. This combination may have been used to treat infections caused by both protozoa and bacteria.

Significant concerns and limitations:

  • Serious adverse effects: Cynosul can cause various serious side effects, including:
    • Bone marrow suppression: This can lead to anemia, increased susceptibility to infections, and other blood cell abnormalities.
    • Kidney damage: Sulfadiazine, a component of Cynosul, can potentially damage the kidneys, especially in animals with pre-existing kidney disease or dehydration.
    • Allergic reactions: Some animals may experience allergic reactions to Cynosul, ranging from mild skin irritation to life-threatening anaphylaxis.
  • Withdrawal times: Due to its prolonged presence in the animal's system, Cynosul can lead to positive drug tests in racing animals, resulting in disqualification and penalties.
  • Alternative options: Several safer and equally effective antiparasitic and antibacterial medications are available for veterinary use in horses and camels. These alternatives pose significantly lower risks of adverse effects and comply with racing regulations.

Prohibitions and alternatives:

  • Cynosul use is prohibited or severely restricted in many countries for racing horses and camels.
  • Veterinarians strongly advise against using Cynosul in these animals due to the high risk of serious side effects and potential violation of racing regulations.
  • Safer and effective alternative medications are available for treating parasitic infections and bacterial diseases in racing horses and camels.


While Cynosul may have been used in the past, its use in racing horses and camels is strongly discouraged due to the significant safety concerns involved. Safer and more ethical alternatives exist to treat parasitic infections and bacterial diseases in these animals, ensuring their well-being and upholding the integrity of racing competitions.

Note: Always consult with a licensed veterinarian for any concerns regarding your racing horse or camel's health. They can provide the most accurate and up-to-date information on safe and effective treatment options based on your animal's specific needs and applicable regulations.


Each ml contains: Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12) 250mcg

Intra-muscular (IM), Intra-venous (IV) or Sub-Cutaneous (SC) if needed with following doses.
Cattle/Horses: 4-12 ml
Calves/Foals: 2-6 ml
Sheep/Goat: 1-3 ml
Dogs/Cats: 1-2ml
Dosage may be repeated once or twice weekly.

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