Horse balm for pain from regular exercise and strenuous conditioning that puts pressure on their deep muscle tissue and ligaments. Often, this is what causes them to become lame or have trouble with their performance and training.
Liniments can help soothe sore muscles and promote circulation to tired joints and tissues, helping them heal faster. They also provide anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce swelling and control pain. Liniments are one of many treatment tools trainers and owners use to support their horses’ health and well-being. Other methods of pain relief can include hydrotherapy and other forms of low-impact fitness, acupuncture, remedial shoeing, and nutritional support.
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The horse liniment Cydonia provides instantaneous relief of muscular and rheumatic pain, sports and exercise injuries and fatigue. It contains natural analgesics to alleviate muscle cramps and the anti-inflammatory, decongestant and sedative effects of the plant extracts can reduce swelling caused by varicose veins and oedema.
Liniments can be applied directly to the skin for immediate soothing of sore muscles. They can also be used under wraps, such as the Vetericyn equine liniment gel that is made for direct-to-skin contact and safe underneath leg wraps.