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Calafea oil

Calafea oil


Calafea Horse Itch fixing oil 500 ml is a pure oil, all natural remedy for any horse with stressed and dry skin which is suffering from Queensland itch (sweet itch), acute bites or stings.

Itch is generally caused by the saliva of various midge species inducing an allergic reaction in around a susceptible horses skin.

Only the highest quality food grade ingredients are used .

Lemon Myrtle (not citronella now banned for human skin in EU ) a strong anti bacterial that is edible and non toxic to mucous membranes.

Liquid virgin Coconut Oil which penetrates the skin & coat to begin the healing process & has a strong antihistamine effect breaking the itch cycle within the horses skin.

Neem oil and black cumin seed oil which help to keep away the Midges and mosquitos and supercharge the skin and coat healing process.

" Pure oil ( not water based ) so it goes much further and all natural
" Calafea is completely harmless to your horse - All ingredients are food grade and 100% natural
" Generally one bottle lasts one horse for 1 season
" Store Calafea in a cupboard out of the sun and shake bottle well before use
" Calafea can be used over 3 years once opened but its effectiveness may eventually diminish.

Treatment for ITCH - For the first 3-4 days apply a small amount of Calafea once a day to the affected areas such as the mane, tail, muzzle and rump and massage gently into the skin. Your horse will show signs of relief after about 2 minutes. In the next few days, brush out any dirt, dead skin and residues as they appear. Continue applying 3 times a week, or as needed. From time to time gently wash the treated area with Shampoo to help with healing and coat recovery.

Treatment for Stings and bites - Massage gently a few drops on sting or bite and repeat if required.

The unique blend of pure and essential oils turbocharge the skin & coat healing process. The healing area will be warmer than non affected areas of your horse's skin due to all the activity within the skin and increased blood flow. Typically the regeneration occurs within 1-2 week

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