A natural remedy for wounds and abscesses in horses. Horse Mend is a homeopathic blend designed to support the normal immune response of a horse suffering from cuts, wounds, puncture complaints / issues and abscesses. General homeopathic first aid.
Great to keep in the stables for first aid administration to help stop the wound advancing to the next level of infection and costly vet bills.
Quite often an abscess will deeloped a wall around the infection, making it hard for antibiotics to penetrate and heal the infection. Horse mend has assisted many horses in this instance and helped to reduce and heal the abscess.
We also can make these in larger sizes, click the size to go to our dispensary and order, 200ml or 500ml, dont' forget to put in the remedy name.
All our remedies have been developed by a fully qualified Animal Homeopath and Herbalist.
Handmade in NZ. All remedies have a shelf life of 5 years.
Horse Mend comes in a liquid form, as we find this is the easiest way to administer.
It is preferred that it is put straight into the mouth of the animal making sure not to contaminate the dripper. This can be done by adding the drops to a teaspoon, lifting the lip and place in the mouth. But we do realise that this is not always an option, it can therefore be added to food and is just as affective.
Dosage: 4 drops every 1 to 2 hours for upto 6 doses, then use for 5+ days.
Based on the above being 1 course, the remedy will last 12 courses.
Can be used further 3 times a day for upto 10 days.
All instructions are on the bottle.
Caution: If this preparation fails to alleviate the condition being treated the user should seek veterinary advice.
Arnica, Calendula, Gun powder, Hypericum, Ledum, Myristica and Silica
"When I'm not sure what to use for a problem I'll go to horse mend first. This worked a treat on a cow I had with a mucky eye. In a few days the eye cleared up with no further problems. This is a great for your emergency kit and I've used it successfully on my dogs as well as cattle, sheep, horses and goats." Teresa, Hastings