My mare is getting to be allergic to a lot of things, thought I would try this since she is allergic to the no-see-ums. I put a tiny amount and she was swollen, skin loss. Next time I mixed with coconut oil and worked! I use this mixed 1x -2x a week. And the rest coconut oil with neem oil. Along with a full fly sheet. I’m going to get more, it doesn’t go very far especially on a horse. - she is allergic to swat too
I applied a small amount to my horse's tummy (he's never had sensitivity issues like my other horse)... He SWELLED UP SO BAD!!! He wouldn't let me near it... I could only cold hose him!!!
Was very excited to find this product and loved the list of natural ingredients. However 3 out of 5 of our horses had a reaction to this. 1 horse still had swelling where it was applied 36 hours later. The other 2 horses had less extreme swelling, but still had reactions. Works great on the horses that did not have a reaction.
I stumbled across this product when a friend started using it on her animals for fly prevention. It smells good, has no chemicals and works very well. I would recommend this product!
This caused swelling on the belly of our horse. Not sure why?
My pony suffers from sweet itch, an itchy skin reaction to insect bites. When I bought her last fall she had crusty, bleeding sores all along her belly midline. She was miserable. I tried Vaseline and Bag Balm and it helped a little. I saw this product at the feed store and gave it a try. It has natural ingredients to soothe the skin, form a barrier and repel insects and it smells great. Her skin improved right away. Love this product!