Sore No More The Sauce 8oz

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Sore No More The Sauce 8oz


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Product Summary:

Sore No-More The Sauce is a horse liniment combined with povidone iodine for rain rot, scratches, and skin fungus anywhere on the body and thrush and abscesses of the hooves.

Made in USA.


Clean the hoof thoroughly, then apply evenly to frog/sole area or wherever there is thrush, infection, traumatized tissue, or scratches. May be used daily if necessary. Can also be used as a topical leg brace, astringent, or leg paint.

Sugardine mix:

Slowly add to 1/2 cup of sugar and mix until thick and creamy with an even consistency. If mixture becomes too thin, just add more sugar.


Proprietary extract of witch hazel bark and leaves with the following common herbs: arnica (Arnica montana), rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), lavender (Lavendula officinalis), lobelia (Lobelia inflata), and PVP-iodine (povidone iodine 1.99%)

* *Ingredients listed are for informational purposes only and are subject to change by the manufacturer. Always refer to the manufacturer and actual product label/inserts for current ingredients, recommended dosage, precautions and warnings before use.

Item Number Model Number UPC
E019200 AD008 810611000425

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What can I put on my horses bottom part of leg?
He has twisted it or something, not sure, done out in the pastures, its swelled up with a little heat . I've been running the hose on it 3 times a day but just wanting to know if there is a linament I can apply.
If so what would someone suggest, any answers. Thank you
Linda C on Jul 23, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Best answer would be to contact a vet. then look into which product or ways to treat the area.