- A liniment that is famous for its natural, herbal arnica base, this cooling formula is now lobelia free to meet FEI regulatory requirements.
- Use before a competition or workout, under boots or wraps, to help prevent any performance issues due to discomfort from tendon, muscle or ligament pain.
- When subject to undesirable, hard footing, paint on soles of hooves to help absorb the pain from impact.
- Will help a horse ease back into a workout regime after an injury by massaging into previously injured area or fatigued muscles before a workout to increase flexion and suppling.
Patent pending Sore No-More® Performance Liniment maintains the same arnica based and capsaicin free formula as the original Sore No-More but has replaced lobelia with comfrey, a more potent anti-inflammatory that meets zero-tolerance regulations. Though comfrey has replaced lobelia, it still has the same benefits and use as the Classic Sore No-More® Liniment; use as a leg brace, bath brace, or on other parts of the body to help reduce soft tissue inflammation and loosen muscles before a workout. It is also a great liniment to use on horses that do not tolerate chemicals well, as there is no burning effect when applied. The cooling and calming formula is also safe to use under tack, boots, wraps, blankets and with therapeutics.
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For topical use only. Not meant to be ingested. Keep away from immediate eye area. Do not use on open cuts or wounds. Keep out of reach of children. Keep away from an open flame. For equine and canine use only.
Shake well before using.
Use on lower and upper limbs.
Apply to directly to skin and massage prior and after exercise on the back, legs, poll, or hocks.
Paint directly on sole of sore hooves.
To use as a bath brace add a ½ oz. to 1 oz. per gallon of water. Liniment may also be applied to area and a wet, warm towel placed over liniment application to get the same effect.
Safe to use under, tack, wraps, blankets and under therapeutics.
Proprietary extract of witch hazel bark and leaves with the following common herbs: arnica (Arnica montana), rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), lavender (Lavendula officinalis), and comfrey (Symphytum officinale).