A powerful anti-fungal and antibacterial spray that effectively combats germs that invade the hoof area and lower legs. Made with natural plant oils that do not harm the skin or the beneficial inner ecology of the hoof, and, just as importantly, bacteria and fungus do not develop a resistance to them. Provides a soothing, effective treatment for thrush, white line disease and scratches.
To use on hoof, thoroughly pick out and clean the hoof. Shake bottle well, then spray directly and generously to cover the entire inside surface including the frog and sole, and grooves, making sure not to miss any crevices and allowing excess to drip off. Works on contact. Leave it on; do not rinse off. Use once daily until condition clears. Adding a light spray on the coronary band further promotes healing. Should not cause irritation. If sensitivity does occur, discontinue use.
For scratches, use once daily until condition clears, then occasionally as a preventative. With continued use, it will inhibit unwanted keratin production which is a common issue with horses with profuse feathers.
Also excellent for riders for clearing up athlete's foot, quickly! Just dab it on daily with a cotton ball until it is G-O-N-E!
Ingredients*: white vinegar, castor seed oil, essential oil blend
*Contains Clove Bud Essential Oil (a natural oil which is primarily comprised of eugenol.)
In these pictures you can see that this Gypsy Vanner is not real excited about someone treating the scratches under her profuse feathers. Previously used treatments didn't feel so good. Once Mary's Botanicals Hoof Spray is applied, she settles down, as this treatment provides not only powerful anti-fungal and antibacterial healing, but also soothing relief.
"See the picture of Bonny’s scratches sore before we started using your product. I have attached the pictures of it now because it is GONE!! That stuff really worked very well, and she really likes when we put it on now because it gives her some relief! We still use it to keep it at bay. Gypsy Vanners produce more keratin then other horses, so scratches is an ongoing problem."
Kaitlyn Siewert, Assistant Manager, REINS Therapeutic Horsemanship Program, Fallbrook, CA