Sore No-More® Performance Poultice is a 100% herbal liniment combined with silky smooth clay that is ideal for horses competing under FEI drug regulations.
For the busy competitor, this poultice can be used alone or under wraps and is safe to leave on for extended periods of time.
Made with our proprietary bentonite clay, making it is one of the easiest clays to remove once dried, as it quickly brushes or washes off.
This poultice is the perfect option to use for a hoof pack to reduce pain and swelling within the hoof or to draw out abscesses.
Sore No-More® Performance Poultice is 100% herbal and nonirritating, making it one of the very few poultices that can be used for extended periods of time with no negative effects. Formulated with high level competitors in mind, this poultice contains no lobelia or other ingredients that are included FEI's drug regulations list. As the essential poultice to have in your barn, apply to reduce heat and inflammation in lower limbs and hooves or use as hoof pack to draw out abscesses and dry the infected area. This poultice will not scald sensitive skin when applied as a standalone or under wraps.
For topical use only. Not meant to be ingested. Keep away from immediate eye area. Do not use on open cuts or wounds. Keep out of reach of children. Keep away from an open flame. For equine use only.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Smooth onto ankles, cannon/metacarpal/metatarsal region, knees and hocks before and after exercise to help reduce inflammation and ease discomfort.
Use with or without paper, plastic wrap or bandages.
May be used as a hoof pack to calm inflammation and tenderness; may assist with bringing abscess to surface.
Also great to draw out bacterial or fungal infections; do not apply on open wounds, apply to clean and dry area.
Bentonite (Bowie Type clay) and proprietary extract of witch hazel bark and leaves with the following common herbs: arnica (Arnica montana), rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), lavender (Lavendula officinalis), comfrey (Symphytum officinale) and sodium borate (as a preservative).