Equilite Sore No-More Cooling Clay Poultice

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Equilite Sore No-More Cooling Clay Poultice

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Product Summary:

Equilite™ Sore-No-More® Cooling Clay Poultice
 
Contains Bentonite/Kaolin in a solution consisting of an all-natural proprietary blend of Witch Hazel, Arnica Montana, Rosemary, Lavender, Lobelia and Sodium Borate as an all-natural preservative.
 
Features:
  • Contains the Award Winning Horse Liniment – Sore-No-More® formula mixed into a blend of bentonite clays for easy application
  • Helps swelling, edema, infection, abscesses, puncture wounds, thrush, dry or cracked hooves, and helps with immediate relief after competition
  • Silky smooth and creamy rich base, easily applied and easily washed off
  • Can be used as a cooling hoof pack

 

Practical Poulticing Tips:

  • Always ensure the leg is clean prior to application.
  • Always ensure leg is wet before application.
  • Use only paper unless you are experienced with how "plastic wrap" impacts the heat exchange process and the "signs" to look for throughout the application process.
  • Poultice no more than once every 6 to 12 hours. Remove poultice after the initial application period to evaluate the process. Is there more heat, less heat, more swelling, less swelling, more infection, less infection – what are you observing and is it what you are expecting?
  • Between poultice applications – let the leg "stabilize". Stabilizing is the act of establishing a "base line" from which you can further evaluate the next step.
A "base line" can be attained anywhere from a ½ hour to say 2 hours. At this time a determination can be made as to what the next best step might be. These steps might include:
  • Hose the leg with cold water.  This produces two processes:  stimulates circulation which increases blood flow, and counters the effect of inflammation by cooling the leg.
  • Wrap the leg with a mild to moderate support wrap to create a modest "pressure bandage" – this procedure prevents the accumulation of edema and helps dissipate the edema.
  • Reapply poultice
  • Ask for another opinion
  • Do nothing

Under no circumstance should a leg be poulticed more than twice in any 24 hour period.

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recommended by my equine vet.
Lisa D on May 19, 2015
Visiting family in Louisiana. Orlin Rogers Reccomended using your product on another family member with bone cancer. Orlin gave me a sample. We applied your product on my 71 year old nephews leg and he felt immediate relief.
Powell L on Mar 30, 2015
my horse pulled her tendon is is swelling will this help?
Marti F on Aug 13, 2015
Best Answer: Yes it should help with swelling we use it after every barrel show.
here are the features it has:
Contains the Award Winning Horse Liniment – Sore-No-More® formula mixed into a blend of bentonite clays for easy application
Helps swelling, edema, infection, abscesses, puncture wounds, thrush, dry or cracked hooves, and helps with immediate relief after competition
Silky smooth and creamy rich base, easily applied and easily washed off
Can be used as a cooling hoof pack
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