Vetrolin Liniment

$12.82
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Quart
Less than $0.43/DAY
(30 day supply)

$12.82

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Gallon
Less than $0.39/DAY
(90 day supply)

$35.09

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Product Summary:

Vetrolin® Liniment by Farnam®
Invigorating, aromatic liniment with a hint of green soap and 5 essential oils
Helps relieve minor stiffness, soreness and inflammation
Helps stimulate blood flow to sore ankles, knees and tendons

Soothe and revitalize your horse’s sore muscles and joints. Topical liniment is delightfully aromatic with camphor, green soap, and 5 essential oils. Helps relieve minor stiffness, soreness and inflammation, and stimulates blood flow to aching ankles, knees and tendons. Concentrated analgesic is used as a counter-irritant aid in the temporary relief of minor stiff and sore muscles caused by overexertion.

Vetrolin Liniment is a soothing, refreshing body wash and brace – leaves the coat with lustrous sheen. May be used diluted or full strength. Pleasant, soothing scent.

Suggested use:
Body Wash: Dilute 1 ounce with 1 quart of warm water.
Brace: Dilute 4 ounces with 1 quart of warm water.
Apply freely and rub briskly.

Ingredients:
Alcohol, Water, Green Soap, Camphor, Oil of Sassafras, Oil of Spike, Methyl Salicylate, Oil of Cedarwood, Oil of Rosemary and Oil of Thyme

Additional Information

Do NOT apply to irritated or broken skin. Discontinue use if excessive irritation develops. Avoid contact with eyes or mucous membranes. Cap tightly between uses. Flammable.

Store in cool, dry area. Keep out of reach of children and pets to prevent unwanted consumption.

Size: Gallon (128 oz.)
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MSDS SheetManufacturer Information
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Gallon SLT180180 GL 80193 086621801936
Quart SLT180180 QT 80192 086621801929

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to use on my horse after polo games and rodeos
Janet C on Dec 31, 2016
Use down here in the south to rinse the sweat from out black and white horses otherwise hair fades. Smells good, refreshing for the horses in high 90's heat and humidity. Helps keep the bugs away
C S on Aug 5, 2016
to use on my horse after polo games and rodeos
Janet C on Dec 31, 2016
My horse was a rodeo horse his shoulders get sore after long rides and hill climbing. He gets relief when I apply after riding, little or no next day soreness.
VALLORIE O on Oct 6, 2016
Use down here in the south to rinse the sweat from out black and white horses otherwise hair fades. Smells good, refreshing for the horses in high 90's heat and humidity. Helps keep the bugs away
C S on Aug 5, 2016
my horse loves it
Kae P on May 4, 2016
good price
Laurie L on Oct 15, 2015
great for legs after work out. i break it down to 30% and my horse doesn't have wind puffs on my 7 year old. that's unheard of in sandy florida for a jumper!
diane b on Sep 28, 2015
Becuase it is a great product and buying it in such quantity ultimately saves money
Jessica G on Feb 2, 2015
Safe to use on my horse with sensitive skin. Helps kill fungus too.
RENEE B on Mar 23, 2014
My horse was a rodeo horse his shoulders get sore after long rides and hill climbing. He gets relief when I apply after riding, little or no next day soreness.
VALLORIE O on Oct 6, 2016
my horse loves it
Kae P on May 4, 2016
My horse is going through a phase of pulling a ham string, is this a good product to assist in that?
A shopper on Nov 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It certainly can be, depending on the stage of the injury and its' severity, but please do check with your veterinarian first to be on the safe side.