Equine Wound Care Sootes and Conditions for Healthy Skin in Horses
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EQuine Wound Care™
Soothes and conditions for healthy skin in horses
natural equine skin & wound care oil to promote skin health in horses
EQuine Wound Care Benefits:
* Supports skin health and condition
* Provides gentle soothing action
* Contains no parabens, sodium laurel sulphate or harmful petrochemicals
* To support the equine immune system, visit EQuine Immunity Booster™
EQuine Wound Care is very soothing for my horse and just one application three times a day to the problem areas – what could be easier? Thanks!
—Darlene, FL, USA
Support skin health
It doesn’t take much for a horse to sustain common superficial cuts, irritations and grazes. The skin is the largest organ in the horse's body and accounts for 12-24% of the animal’s total weight, depending on age. A horse’s skin needs to be monitored for changes.
The skin serves a number of functions, but the most important is to protect underlying tissues. Horses in training often sustain minor scrapes. Inclement weather, wires, ropes, insects and kicks can all increase risks in paddocks and stables. During racing, horses can ‘over-reach’ (strike their front heels with the toe of their hind hooves), which can cause discomfort for a horse.
What is EQuine Wound Care?
EQuine Wound Care contains a combination of herbs known for their ability to support routine healing and healthy skin. This 100% herbal remedy may be used on the spot as needed – or it can be used regularly in a maintenance program to promote nourished, soothed skin.
There is a great deal of evidence to suggest that the use of carefully chosen herbal ingredients can help to promote healthy skin . Along with the correct lifestyle choices, our herbal remedies can make all the difference to your horse’s health.
EQuine Wound Care comes in an all natural oil form and contains no parabens, sodium laurel sulphate or harmful petrochemicals, and can be applied easily, with no mess or fuss!
How has EQuine Wound Care helped others?
“We often bring neglected horses into our foster stables, and they need EQuine Wound Care badly! We don’t know what we would do without it. Our vet thinks it is great too, and we often tell new horse owners about it…”
—Lance, VA, USA
“Our horse got into some trouble with a neighboring horse, and was in the wars for a while. She used to love the times I’d apply this oil. It was a real treat for her – as if she knew I was there to make her feel okay. We use it for minor insect bites on her too. Thanks for a great, gentle product.”
“… What a great product. EQuine Wound Care really soothes my horse’s skin (she is very sensitive). I did not want to use anything too medicinal, as I was afraid it would sting her. This Wound Care oil is just perfect and gets the job done….”
—Leonard, South Wales
Disclaimer: Testimonials may have been edited to comply with FDA regulations. While positive results are likely, the testimonials used are general results and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results – individual results may vary.
What are the Ingredients?
EQuine Wound Care contains the following ingredients:
Native Remedies' products are created using our Full Spectrum Approach™ (FSA), a set of standards and processes that combine the best quality, laboratory tested, raw ingredients, Good Manufacturing Practices and a Full Spectrum manufacturing method to guarantee you products of the highest quality, safety and effectiveness, all backed by our One Year Unconditional Money Back Guarantee.
Our products contain no animal products, gluten, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives, are suitable for lacto-vegetarians and are not tested on animals. This product contains absolutely no parabens, sodium laurel sulfate (SLS) or harmful petrochemicals. Individual ingredients are well-researched and are natural, safe and effective.
* Linseed oil is a rich source of the essential fatty acid alpha-linolenic acid, which is a biologic precursor to omega-3 fatty acids. Linseed oil derived from the seeds of the flax plant has been used topically on the skin as a salve for many years.
* Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) has been cultivated since approximately 400 BC and the word comfrey is derived from the Latin word for "grow together". This herb has been researched for its soothing properties as a cream with regards to topical application (Kucera, M., Barna, M., Horacek, O., Kalal, J., Kucera, A., and Hladikova, M. “Topical symphytum herb concentrate cream against myalgia: a randomized controlled double-blind clinical study”. Adv Ther 2005;22(6):681-692.)
* Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) is cultivated around the world and the fragrant oils of its flowers are used in aromatherapy, baked goods, candles, cosmetics, jellies, massage oils, powders, shampoo, soaps, and tea. Lavender is comprised of over 100 constituents, including camphor, tannins, triterpenes, and flavonoids. It has been studied for its ability to promote and encourage healing of minor discomfort. (Dale A, Cornwell S. The role of lavender oil in relieving perineal discomfort following childbirth: a blind randomized clinical trial. J Adv Nurs 1994;19(1):89-96.)
* St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) has been studied for its ability to support the skin. (Schempp, M., Hezel, S., and Simon, C. “Topical treatment of Atopic dermatitis with Hypericum cream. A randomised, placebo-controlled, double-blind half-side comparison study”. Hautarzt 2003;54(3):248-253.)
* Tea Tree oil constituents include 1,8-cineole, terpinen-4-ol, alpha-terpineol, and gamma-terpinen. It has been researched for its ability to support healing in animals (Kawakami, E., Washizu, M., Hirano, T., Sakuma, M., Takano, M., Hori, T., and Tsutsui, T. “Treatment of prostatic abscesses by aspiration of the purulent matter and injection of tea tree oil into the cavities in dogs”. J Vet.Med Sci 2006; 68(11):1215-1217.)
This product contains absolutely no parabens, sodium laurel sulphate or harmful petrochemicals.
How do I use EQuine Wound Care?
Apply gently 2-3 times daily when needed.
For external use only. Consult with your vet if symptoms persist or worsen.
Get optimum results with regular use
How long until I see results?
Response times vary from horse to horse, based on their physiological make up and other circumstances, such as age, diet and exercise levels. While some horses show an immediate improvement that increases over time, others will see results after 3 - 5 applications.
How long will a bottle last?
One bottle of EQuine Wound Care (250 ml) will last for approximately 30 days, depending on frequency of use.