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Betz Kräuterhof Warming Horse Balm Extra Strong 250 ml (Packaging May Vary)

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Reduces muscle soreness– Post workouts, exercises and play, the application of this muscle gel helps to delay and reduce the onset of muscle soreness. Decreased Muscle Fatigue– Application of horse balsam gel, increases blood flow and its heating effect give a combined that decreases muscle fatigue after a activity. This happens because of better nutrient supply, and a better and slowing cooling down of muscles. Cydonia Horse Balm jelly is a natural remedy that provides instant, soothing relief to muscle cramps and the pain of sprains and strains. Increased Nutrient Supply– Increased nutrient supply occurs as a result of increased blood flow. This is very helpful in healing injuries. Muscle Warm up– Heating effect of the horse balsam muscle gel and increased blood flow allow for better warm up of muscle prior to exercise.

Heightened Muscular Energy– During an exercise or play, muscular energy goes up and down following cycles of fast and slow activity. Horse balm results in increased blood flow that provides better nutrient flow along with a better energy supply in the form of blood sugars. The usual Indo-European word is represented by Old English eoh, Greek hippos, Latin equus, from PIE root *ekwo-. Another Germanic "horse" word is Old English vicg, from Proto-Germanic *wegja- (source also of Old Frisian wegk-, Old Saxon wigg, Old Norse vigg), which is of uncertain origin. In many other languages, as in English, this root has been lost in favor of synonyms, probably via superstitious taboo on uttering the name of an animal so important in Indo-European religion. For the Romanic words (French cheval, Spanish caballo) see cavalier (n.); for Dutch paard, German Pferd, see palfrey; for Swedish häst, Danish hest see henchman. As plural Old English had collective singular horse as well as horses, in Middle English also sometimes horsen, but horses has been the usual plural since 17c. Do not apply the balm on open wounds and near the eyes. Not suitable for children under two years of age. IngredientsAverts injury – The warm up done by this gel get the muscles worked up. This makes the muscles ready for physical activity with increased blood flow. This goes a long way in keeping injury chances to a bare minimum low. This formula combines five concentrated essential oils as well as aloe vera extracts. The balm format and precision nozzle allow for clean and precise application. Most liniments are formulated to reduce swelling and pain. But some blends contain special ingredients that are meant to help your horse in other ways. For instance, some liniments contain ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, which can help improve your horse’s coat while still providing all of the benefits of an effective horse liniment. Volume and Pricing

Reduces Swelling– Horse chestnut extract in the horse balsam, is famous for its anti inflammatory effect. This helps to naturally reduce swelling in the injured areas where soft tissue damage has occurred. Increased Blood Flow– Horse chestnut extract in the horse balsam allows for better blood flow to the applied area. This is good for several reasons. Horse Balsam Muscle Gel has numerous benefits. These benefits have been revered by humans for the last couple of centuries. Moreover upon being researched by doctors, following benefits have been found most useful.Reduced Muscle Soreness– Muscle soreness is greatly reduced as a result of horse balsam application on account of increased blood supply, better nutrient availability, and better warm up and cool down.

This long-lasting fly repellent gel protects your horse from flying insects, while also adding condition to the coat. Healing– it can be used to promote faster heating. It also helps the injured area to avert injury in case of forced use. Our reviewer says: “This gel comes in a pot with a separate lid that can be completely removed, with a useful handle making it easy to carry and which also works to secure the sponge provided so it doesn’t get lost in between applications. The sponge is the ideal shape for getting the gel out of the pot without getting it on your hands. The smell of this fly gel is strong and I personally prefer using the gel to the spray version as the doesn’t leave residual liquid in the air, which can be quite unpleasant if you breathe it in accidentally. While we are not yet in horsefly season in my area, my horse has not been bothered by other flies while I have been riding after using this fly gel.” Horse Balsam Gel is an all in one magic gel. Its uses are only varied by imagination. In the case of most superficial injuries or in most cases of soft tissue injuries, Horse Balsam does wonders. Being natural and herbal product, it is most readily accepted by the body as healing medicine. Read the below to see in how many ways this all purpose balm can help you.

Horse liniments are meant for horses, and they’re safe for horse skin and coats. You’ll need to be careful getting it on yourself though. While not every liniment will cause burns, some of them will, especially if you let it sit on your skin for too long. Certain formulas can even leave behind rashes and blisters, but other liniments were gentle enough not to cause such problems. All of them are safe for horses, but you’ll need to be careful with your own skin. Effectiveness

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