Use the Mudd at any sign of swelling, strain, heat, long hauls, or hard work outs. This product can be used alone or with a wrap of your choice. Easy clean up, just brush off when dry or cold hose. Can be used on a wet or dry area of choice. On hot days after a ride, if I have a long haul, I find great results hosing my whole horse and then applying Mudd from the knee and hock down. No need for a thick, wasteful layer, apply a thin layer all over the leg down to the hoof. Don’t be hesitant to apply to other areas of concern on your horse.
How to Apply:
Leg Mudd is applied to any leg and as high up as you would like to go. The clay can go on both dry legs as well as legs that have been hosed off. Time of year and hair length my influence the direction you go. First brush or hose the legs off, making sure there is once again nothing to be trapped against the leg we do not want. Apply from the knee down going with the horse’s hair, continue this step until the leg is covered to the thickness you are happy with.
- Bentonite clay – removes toxins and reduces the effects of toxins on the skin, aids in the
- reduction of inflammation due to toxins; antibacterial properties; provides minerals such as
- calcium, magnesium, and sodium to the skin
- Vitamin E – Antioxidant, helps remove destructive free radicals, repair damage and moisturize
- Rosemary oil – pain relief, bug repellant, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory
- Peppermint oil – pain relief, anti-microbial
- CBD (Cannabidiol) – pain relief, anti-inflammatory
- Borax – trace mineral, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, antifungal, and anthelmintic
- Witch hazel – Astringent, anti-inflammatory
- Water – the fluid of life. We use it to get to the proper consistency
All of our products are human grade, but not intended for human use, and haven’t been proven safe or unsafe in pregnant mares.