Curicyn All-Purpose Original Formula Horse Wound Care Clay, 16-oz tin

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Curicyn All-Purpose Original Wound Care Clay Horse Supplement aids in the healing process for difficult-to-bandage wounds. The unique clay formula is easy to use and specifically designed for packing wounds and hooves. It’s recommended for use on open wounds, skin disorders, abscesses, thrush, white line disease and more. Plus, this clay treatment won’t burn or sting when applied, so you can rest assured that you won’t be causing any additional pain when you treat your best buddy.

Key Benefits
  • For difficult-to-bandage equine areas—great for packing wounds and hooves.
  • Recommended for use on open wounds, skin disorders, abscesses, thrush, white line disease and more.
  • Clay formula also be used to help treat and soothe sunburns.
  • Appropriate for treating your trusty steed’s painful saddle sores.
  • Can also help treat bothersome ear infections from yeast or mites.

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    1.25 pounds
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  • Product Form

Purified Anolyte (45%), Refined Colloidal Clay (26%), Aloe (14%), Vegetable Oil (14%), Hypochlorous Acid (<1%), Potassium Iodide (<1%), Proprietary Carrier (<1%), Inactive Ingredients (<1%)


May be beneficial to shave or remove longer hair over or near the affected area. Apply a liberal amount to the affected area, creating a protective barrier. Reapply a liberal amount to the affected area when "clay" becomes dry and/or becomes visually absent from affected area. Reapply as necessary until affected area is healed completely. Please note that best results occur upon contact from freshly applied product. Keep container closed and tightly capped when not in use. For external use only. Contact your veterinarian and dicontinue use if adverse conditions develop. Keep out of reach of children. Safe if lickd by animal. Not for injection or internal ingestion. Always consult with a veterinarian or unusual conditions, of it irritation develops.

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