If your horse suffers from Mud Fever or Rain Rot
(rain scald, scratches, cracked heels), you must try Equinat Aromaheel - an
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persistent problem that had been previously treated to no effect with various
other medicated creams and ointment"
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Equinat products are aromatherapy products
specially designed for the effective treatment of common equine problems. They
are entirely natural and therefore, safely provide a natural environment for
the rapid healing and regrowth of your horses skin. They are proven to work and
are cost effective. We supply Equinat products directly worldwide, or in the UK
they may also be purchased through your local tack shop or saddlery.
an aromatherapy ointment specifically developed for cracked heels and mud fever
using the extraordinary antiseptic and antibacterial properties of essential
oils. This entirely natural product contains our unique blend of five of the
highest quality pure essential oils including the renowned Tea Tree, in a
natural protective barrier against wet and mud.
Aromaheel was tested by Dawn Cameron and Barnaby. Dawn has an HNC in Horse
Management and is currently working for her BHS Stage 2 exam. Barnaby is 16hh 6
year old ID cross bay gelding who lives at Hayfield Riding Centre. He can be
quite strong, but is very popular with the more advanced riders.
This product is easy to use, you
simply wash the affected area and dry thoroughly and then apply Aromaheel to
the affected area once or twice a day. I carried my test out on Barnaby who has
cracked heels on both hind heels so I applied the ointment only to one of his
heels so that I could see if the product worked.
When I started using Aromaheel the
affected area was the size of a fifty pence, which looked bald and scabby and
was tender to touch. By the third day of applying Aromaheel the area was less
tender to the touch and appeared cleaner.
By the time I had been using
Aromaheel for 10 days, the affected area had decreased to the size of a five
pence coin. The heel which was not receiving treatment had not changed
appearance in any way.
In conclusion, I found that the
treatment although the treatment did not take effect overnight it was highly
effective in clearing up a persistent problem that had been previously treated
to no effect with various other medicated creams and ointments. I would highly
recommend this product and think that it will be very useful for horses with
cracked heels or mud fever. Aromaheel is easy to use and is available at most
suppliers and at www.aromesse.com