Honey-based wound cream for horses
HoneyHeel is a rich, soothing cream for horses that provides a protective barrier over minor wounds and supports the natural healing process
It is formulated with raw honey and zinc oxide, two naturally active, antibacterial healing agents that promote the natural formation of healthy tissue
The sticky consistency helps HoneyHeel stay in place, allowing the active agents to maintain contact with the skin. The addition of aloe vera enhances the soothing effect of the cream
We originally mixed HoneyHeal up to treat a stubborn mud fever on a young stallion who didn't like his legs being handled (and the owner really didn't like handling his legs!!). We were amazed when we saw improvement in one treatment and no mud fever by the 3rd. Since then we have tweaked and improved it somewhat and it is proving itself to be an invaluable remedy
HoneyHeal has been found incredibly useful not only for mud fever but also for almost any superficial wound. On Feet it has been used against thrush, frog abscesses, soft frogs, sore heels. We use it for just about anything including on ourselves (although we cannot recommend that it be used on anything other than animals!) When applied it is incredibly sticky so gives brilliant wound contact and adhesion also forming a barrier to infection
- Bio active honey - unpasteurised to retain important enzymes that aid the healing process
- Zinc Oxide (40%) - to fight bacteria and fungi and accelerate the healing process
- Aloe vera gel - a moisturising gel with antibacterial properties that also helps to slow the crystallisation of honey, helping HoneyHeel keep its smooth consistency
Directions for use:
Clean application area and apply liberally, clean area and re-apply as necessary
Note: The natural ingredients in this product may cause it to crystallise. If this occurs, gently warm it and mix thoroughly until it is smooth and creamy.
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