Squire Drawing Salve

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Squire Drawing Salve

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Product Summary:

Squire Drawing Salve

Drawing Salve promotes healing in wounds and treats chronic inflammation. It can be used as an anti-inflammatory and helps relieve itching and swelling. Also commonly used as an emollient to treat dry, cracked and brittle hooves and nails.

 

  • Soothing salve formula relieves itching and minor skin irritations
  • Contains lanolin as an emollient agent
  • Antiseptic ointment promotes healing
  • Commonly used to pack hooves after work or race to draw out stones or pebbles

 

Ingredients:

Contains ichthammol, 20%

 

Size: 14 oz.

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wound on my horse
mary k on Aug 30, 2015
Use on coronet after trimming and for sore feet.
SUSAN G on Apr 4, 2015
good to have on hand in case of injuries
KATHLEEN T on Jun 27, 2015
everyone should have this for their barn and their home -
a great OLD OLD product that does a wonderful job.
Carolyn H on Oct 30, 2014
is this medication black ointment?
Barbara R on May 31, 2015
Best Answer: Yes it is a black salve that I put a thick layer on my horses hoof in the area of an access and then wrap. It helps pull out the infection. Messy but really works!
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