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Featured Products

Revolution Cat (Blue) 6 Pack

Revolution Cat (Blue) 6 Pack

US$46.86 [AU$62.60]

White Healer Antiseptic Cream

US$12.50 [AU$16.70]

White Healer Antiseptic Cream

White Healer Antiseptic Cream is formulated for treatment of the following conditions:
Greasy Heel, Rain Scald, Mud Fever

White Healer is also an effective aid in the treatment of:
Skin Irritations, Skin Infections, Cracked Heels, Girth Rash

Available Sizes : 100gm and 500gm

Anti-Microbial Activity. The new blend of essential oils in is effective against all three categories of infectious organisms; bacteria, fungi and viruses.

White Healer has a four percent w/w Essential Oil Blend in a zinc cream base to provide a soothing cream with exceptional
anti-microbial properties.

In laboratory tests at the concentration presented,  this blend of essential oils totally inhibits the growth of
Dermatophilus congolensis the fungus-like bacterium responsible for Greasy Heel and Staphylococcus and Pseudomonas
bacteria which may be associated with secondary infection of the pastern and heel.

Greasy Heel/Mud Fever

Generally associated with wet and muddy conditions, Greasy Heel is a bacterial infection of the back of the pastern and heel.
Constant wetting and abrasion from soil or gravel can provide entry to Dermatophilus and other bacteria.
 Greasy Heel can cause chronic lameness and the heel area can develop oozing dermatitis with swelling and scab formation.

Treatment
Contact your veterinarian to establish the predisposing cause and to determine treatment. It is generally advised to move
the horse away from damp areas, keep hosing to a minimum and keep the horse's legs dry.

Wash with soap and water and pat dry - do not rub - to clean any dirt or dried discharge from the affected area. To make
certain the area is absolutely dry apply talcum powder and dust off. Apply Ranvet WHITE HEALER liberally to the affected
area once or twice daily until the condition is resolved. It is generally not necessary to bandage.

Consult your veterinarian if the condition does not improve; if pasterns are swollen and oozing, or if your horse is lame.

Available Options:
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