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    Dead Sea Poultice Pro Show

    EquiMud EquiMud Dead Sea Poultice Pro Show

    €129,00

    • Dead Sea Poultice Pro Show

      EquiMud

      EquiMud Dead Sea Poultice Pro Show

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      €129,00 Incl. tax

      • SKU: 0122

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      EquiMud is a unique clay made from natural oils and plant extracts enriched with Dead Sea minerals for the care of heavily stressed horse legs.

      Product description

      EquiMud Pro Show
      EquiMud is a unique clay made from natural oils and plant extracts enriched with Dead Sea minerals for the care of heavily stressed horse legs. EquiMud contains active ingredients that have a cooling effect, stimulate blood circulation and reduce inflammation and swelling.

      Dead Sea Minerals:

      • Stimulate blood circulation to the joints.
      • Contain a high concentration of magnesium.
      • Help to properly hydrate the skin and soothe skin inflammations.

      EquiMud with the addition of ethanol is not free of doping substances.
      Use EquiMud with the addition of ethanol for a powerful treatment when the horse is temporarily out of competition.
      EquiMud Pro Show with the addition of menthol is free of doping substances.
      Use EquiMud Pro Show with added menthol for treatments during competitions.

      Instructions:
      Routine use: Apply directly to knees, balls, shins and tendons after training. Spread evenly in about 6 mm thickness.
      For a long-lasting effect: With moist brown paper and bandage.
      Repeat after 24 hours if necessary.
      Remove: Rinse with water

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