Farnam Cool Pack Green Jelly

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Farnam Cool Pack Green Jelly

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Cool Pack Green Jelly™

Product Description

The Cool Pack Green Jelly™ offers temporary relief from minor soreness and stiffness caused by overexertion.

Features

         May be applied to shoulders, ankles, knees, suspensory ligaments, and tendons

         Can also be beneficial for minor cuts and scrapes

 

 

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It is cooling and when mixed with epson salts, makes a great treatment for inflamation.
LINDA C on Sep 3, 2014
My horse has a swollen leg and it will not get better no matter what any ideas? I think green cool might help him. Please give me some input. I am kind of new at this.
A shopper on May 12, 2015
Best Answer: Hello, yea it some times does help, it also depends on where the swelling is. If it is on the lower leg, you can do multiple things, and what I do it I put the jelly on, then I wrap wax paper around around it. After that I put standing wraps on, and those are the quilts with wraps, but make sure they are not polo wraps. Once you have all the legs done, just let it sit overnight, or it works best if you leave it on for atleast 12 hours. Also after you are done doing something I put the jelly up the entire leg after after she is cooled out and that usually helps. So to answer your question, I think this would be a good investment, you just have to make sure you use it correctly:)
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