Sore No-More® The Sauce is an anti-fungal and anti-bacterial liniment, providing soothing relief to troubled areas while also assisting in the healing of fungal or bacterial infections.
The Sauce is the first herbal sugardine dressing that is great at drawing out abscess. Simply mix with sugar to create a paste consistency and apply to hoof abscess as a packing.
Ideal to use on sore hooves as its liniment base helps reduce inflammation and discomfort.
The Sauce may also be used to help prevent hoof abscesses or bacterial and fungal infections on lower limbs if used on a regular basis.
Sore No-More® The Sauce is one of the first topical analgesics that help in treating infections from bacteria or fungus while also reducing the inflammation associated with these conditions. The Sauce is made with herbal ingredients, making it a safer alternative to use with more sensitive horses. Use alone or mix with sugar to make a “sugardine” paste, a remedy used by many farriers to rejuvenate hooves from thrush, abscesses, bruising, soreness and other common hoof ailments. Alone, it is also a safe alternative to use when addressing rain rot, scratches, sweet itch and other infectious, dermal conditions.
Labeled for equine and canine use only. For external use only. Do not use on open cuts or wounds. Keep out of reach of children. Keep away from open flames. Please consult with your vet before using as a wound dressing on foals or outside of labeled uses.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Shake well before using.
Clean the area of application thoroughly. Apply evenly to frog/sole area or location of thrush, infection, traumatized tissue, rain rot or scratches. May be used daily to help strengthen hoof sole and reduce soreness and inflammation of sole. Use topically as an astringent or leg paint.
To create a”sugardine” paste, use a 40:60 ratio of sugar:The Sauce or formulate to get desired consistency.
Proprietary extract of witch hazel bark and leaves with the following common herbs: arnica (Arnica montana), rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), lavender (Lavendula officinalis), lobelia (Lobelia inflata), and PVP-iodine (povidone iodine 1.99%).