Calendula & Neem Wound Ointment for Horses and All Animals
WEquiderma Calendula Wound Ointment is a must-have in your medicine cabinet. It visibly amplifies wound healing, stops proud flesh from developing, minimizes scarring, reduces pain, and keeps flies out of wounds.
The proven healing ointment is specially formulated with calendula flower petals, one of the most beneficial wound healing agents in the plant kingdom. Known as the “flower of the sun” for centuries, it’s one of ancient Ayurvedic medicine’s most revered and sacred plants. There’s no doubt its reputation is well deserved. This is the best solution to help you overcome the wounds that occur in the everyday lives of your horses. You will find that with consistent use, you’ll see a noticeable progression of steady healing every day. Plus, it’s a great treatment regimen for common skin rashes and sores. For your barn, farm, ranch or home, this ointment is the perfect go-to solution. It’s your new best friend in times of trouble.
The medical community is continuously discovering new ways to enhance the body’s ability to recover. Sometimes, looking back to the past is the best way to find healing techniques, and many people turn to ancient herbal remedies to spur tissue growth. One such natural solution is calendula.
What is calendula?
The calendula is a plant that’s native to the Mediterranean region, though it is grown domestically all around the globe. In fact, it has been used for its healing benefits since at least the 1100s, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. The dried leaves of the plant contain the medicinal qualities.
This herb contains large amounts of flavonoids, which are antioxidants found naturally in plants and protect the body from harmful free radicals.
How does calendula affect wound healing?
According to the UMM Medical Center, Calendula increases the flow of blood to the wound site, thereby providing the oxygen and nutrients essential to tissue regeneration. Additionally, with its high amount of flavonoids, Calendula can help reduce inflammation and swelling, speeding up the stages of healing. These flavonoids also fight off bacteria, viruses and other harmful foreign invaders, protecting against wound infection.