Vetrolin LinimentBy Vetrolin
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Vetrolin Liniment is a potent analgesic compound with a pleasant scent. As anti-irritants, it contains soap and camphor. This medicine is designed for horses and gives brief relief from mild muscular pain and stiffness induced by overtraining.
Who is Vetrolin Liniment for?
Why use Vetrolin Liniment?
Vetrolin Liniment relieves mild inflammation, stiffness, and pain. It increases blood flow to aching tendons, knees, and ankles while also giving the coat a gorgeous and glossy sheen. With a hint of green soap and five essential oils to refresh and soothe, the mixture is fragrant and stimulating.
How does Vetrolin Liniment work?
This liniment is thought to be a modest circulatory stimulant. It aids and accelerates the natural processes that restore normalcy to fatigued tendons, joints, and muscles.
Camphor 3.4%, Methyl Salicylate 1.3%
How is Vetrolin Liniment sold?
32 oz and Gallon Containers
What special precautions are there?
Not for human consumption. This substance is flammable. Use only in horses that are not intended for human consumption. Only for use by others. Avoid contact with the eyes and mucous membranes. If the animal experiences extreme irritation, stop using this product. Do not use on skin that is damaged or inflamed. Keep out of the reach of animals and children.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Vetrolin Liniment?
Keep stored in a cool and dry environment
To administer: As a Body Wash: Dilute an ounce of product into a quart of warm water. As a Brace: Dilute 4 ounces of product into a quart of warm water, applying freely and rubbing brisky. Full-Strength: Directly rub over the legs of the horse to reduce swelling.
Active Ingredients: Camphor 3.4%, Methyl Salicylate 1.3% Inactive Ingredients: Alcohol, water, green soap, oil of sassafras, oil of spike, oil of cedarwood, oil of rosemary and oil of thyme.