Equiderma Cold Press Neem Oil

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  • NOP Certified, unrefined and derived straight from the seeds of the revered Indian neem tree
  • Neem oil has been used as a panacea for centuries due to its healing properties and ability to soothe and nourish even the most compromised skin
  • A natural antifungal, rich in fatty acids and glycerides, neem cleanses and nourishes compromised skin and hair without stinging
  • Skin Conditions: Neem oil has antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral properties, making it effective in treating various skin conditions in horses such as ringworm, rain rot, sweet itch, and dermatitis. It can help soothe itching, reduce inflammation, and promote healing of skin lesions.

  • Insect Repellent: Neem oil is a natural insect repellent. It can deter flies, mosquitoes, ticks, and other pests from bothering your horse. Applying neem oil to your horse's coat or adding it to a homemade fly spray can provide some protection against these annoying insects.

  • Wound Healing: Neem oil's antimicrobial properties make it beneficial for aiding in wound healing. It can help prevent infections in minor cuts, scrapes, and abrasions, promoting faster healing and reducing the risk of complications.

  • Mane and Tail Care: Neem oil can be used to condition and detangle your horse's mane and tail. Its moisturizing properties can help soften and strengthen the hair, making it more manageable and less prone to breakage.

  • Hoof Health: Some horse owners use neem oil as part of their hoof care routine. It can be applied to the hoof wall to help moisturize and protect it from dryness and cracking.

  • Additionally, while neem oil is generally considered safe for external use on horses, it's best to consult with your veterinarian before incorporating it into your horse's care regimen, especially if your horse has any underlying health conditions or if you're unsure about its suitability for your specific situation.
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