Icetight Poultice
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Icetight Poultice

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Rating: 4.8

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(4.8 out of 5, based on 5 reviews)

Icetight poultice used to relieve muscle fatigue.
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Theresa
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Rating: 5

Great for the working horse

posted 6 years ago

We use this on our working horses. It is easy to apply, but I recommend wearing rubber gloves to apply it. We rub it on real good then vet wrap over the legs to seal it in. Seems to loosen muscles for the worked horse of the horse coming off winter break. Affordable and effective.

Pros: affordable, effective, easy to apply, lasts until you wash it off

Cons: wear rubber gloves to apply

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StefanieD
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Rating: 5

Amazing poultice

posted 6 years ago

I love this poultice! I worked at a race horse barn and this was the only poultice we would use. I still use it all the time. It is great for leg sweats or just to remove heat and swelliing.

Pros: reduces inflammation

Cons: none

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