Wintergreen, Peppermint, Thyme and Oregano. Makes a wonderful massage blend great for applying directly to the hoof around the coronet band and the sole.
This is a very soothing oil. Perfect for applying to the sole.
This is an invigorating oil. Rub this oil on the heel bulbs to dilate blood vessels.
This creates a cool, tingling sensation. It can be very helpful in getting the heat out of the hoof when applied topically.
This oil is such a wonderful blend of citrus and vanilla and provides a soothing aromatic experience. It is wonderful for relaxing muscles and pain management when applied topically. Great for applying to spine and sole of hoof.
This oil is a wonderful balancing oil. When applied to the hooves it can help align the body.
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