For many years I have treated my family and animals with natural therapies alongside conventional care. On the
equine side I have grown up with a veterinary uncle, learning about conventional treatment and surgery.
I spent a number of years gaining experience in different fields of equine sport, learning about complimentary
treatments and care within the racing and sports industry which acknowledged the benefits of herbalism and
homeopathy. I have qualified and practice natural preventative and medical care for several years.
Suggested Uses Of Aloe Vera Gel Products
All the products referred to are from the
Forever Living Products Range
Aloe Vera acts as a coagulant to stop bleeding. It reduces pain and prevents swelling.
Debrides dead tissue which accompanies pussing and inflammation. It reduces scarring
by not closing off tissue carrying its healing properties to cellular level. Aloe Vera has the
ability to break down impacted material in the bowel. It detoxifies and is antimicrobial
against certain bacteria, viruses, fungi and yeasts. It has many vitamins, minerals, amino
acids and enzymes and is able to strengthen the immune system and enable better
absorption of nutrients. Bee Propolis is Nature’s most potent anti-biotic
All the products are natural and safe to use on both humans and animals. You may
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Aloe Veterinary Formula
spray, then pack with
Aloe Vera Gelly.
If area infected change to
Aloe Propolis Creme.
Apply these topical preparations 2-4 times daily.
Allergies and Rashes ~ Apply Aloe Vera Gelly or Aloe Veterinary Formula spray plus 4oz drinking Aloe Vera Gel in feed daily if serious.
Anaemia ~ 4oz drinking Aloe Vera Gel in feed plus 2 Bee Pollen tablets daily.
Arthritis ~ 4oz Aloe Freedom in feed daily plus massage joints with Aloe Veterinary Formula spray plus Aloe Heat Lotion.
Azoturia ~ 4oz drinking Aloe Vera Gel in feed daily.
Bites ~ Clean with dilute Aloe Liquid Soap and rinse off with Aloe Veterinary Formula spray. Allow to dry and then apply Aloe Vera Gelly or Aloe Propolis Creme. Apply twice daily.
Bruises ~ can be encouraged out by massaging with Aloe Heat Lotion.
Burns ~ Spray with Aloe Veterinary Formula and then apply Aloe Vera Gelly as many times as possible.
Catarrh ~ 2 or 3 squirts of Aloe Activator up the nostrils daily.
Convalescing ~ 4 to 8oz drinking Aloe Vera Gel in feed plus 2 to 6 Bee Pollen/Bee Propolis tablets.
Cuts and Abrasions ~ For minor ones cleanse area with Aloe Vera Soap and use Aloe Veterinary Formula spray followed by Aloe Vera Gelly, if infected use Aloe Propois Creme instead.
Cysts ~ Cleanse with Aloe Activator and rub in Aloe Vera Gelly or spray Aloe Veterinary Formula frequently.
Diarrhoea ~ 4 to 8oz Aloe Vera Gel drink in feed for several days.
Eyes (Conjunctivitus, Kerititus, Ulcers, Jabs) ~ Squirt Aloe Veterinary Formula 50:50 with sterile water directly into the eye. For closed eyes a vet might squirt Aloe Activator/water mix through the nasal passage, the lachrya duct and into the eye. For long-range effect mix with a suitable slightly oily solution.
Fetlock Swelling ~ Massage with Aloe Heat Lotion.
Fore Leg Swelling ~ Mix Aloe Veterinary Formula spray and Aloe Heat Lotion as a poultice wrap.
Greasy Heels ~ Soak a gauze with Aloe Activator and apply 3 or 4 times daily.
Hooves - Sole Haematoma ~ Apply Aloe Vera Gelly plus a gauze dressing after vet has drained blood away and leave overnight. Repeat and leave for several days.
Coronet Injuries ~for minor ones use Aloe Veterinary Formula spray, serious ones soak a ring of felt with Aloe Activator at least 3 times a day and place around coronet loosely.
Cracked Heels ~ Apply Aloe Vera Gelly/Aloe Propolis Creme.
Thrush and Canker ~ Cleanse area well and scrape out all the damaged sole. Spray well with Aloe Veterinary Formula and pack with Aloe Propolis Creme repeat twice daily. Add 6-10oz drinking Aloe Vera Gel to diet with 8 Bee Propolis tablets.
Puncture Wound ~ Always get your vet to investigate. Aloe Vera Gel treatments can be used with the consent of your Veterinary Surgeon. Cleanse with Aloe Veterinary Formula spray and pack with Aloe Vera Gelly, repeat and bandage for 5-7 days and cover with equine boot. If deep soak a gauze with Aloe Activator and pack into hole, keep moist and replace new piece daily.
Quittors/Abscess ~ Vet or Farrier to clean and cut out, cleanse with Aloe Veterinary Formula spray and apply Aloe Vera Gelly/Aloe Propolis Creme regularly. Add 6oz drinking Aloe Vera Gel to diet with 8 Bee Propolis tablets daily.
Wire Cuts ~ Cleanse area with Veterinary spray and apply Aloe Vera Gelly/Aloe Propolis Creme.
Laminitus ~ At first sign give 8oz Aloe Vera Gel drink daily. Once symptoms subside, reduce to 4oz. Aloe Heat Lotion applied to coronary band helps relieve pain and increase circulation.
Mud Fever ~ For minor attacks use Veterinary spray and gently rub Aloe Gelly into areas. If particularly infected or dry, change to Aloe Propolis Creme instead of Aloe Vera Gelly.
Nasal Discharge ~ Once a vet has determined the cause, spray Aloe Veterinary Formula up nostrils 2-3 times daily, Aloe Vera Gel in the diet wil help. Rubbing Aloe Vera Gelly around the nostrils can aid the flow and help settle chronic infections and inflammations.
Proud Flesh/Angleberries ~ Rub with Aloe Vera Gelly several times a day
Ringworm ~ 4oz drinking Aloe Vera Gel in feed daily and spray Aloe Veterinary Formula or rub in Aloe Vera Gelly.
Sarcoids ~ Rub in Aloe Vera Gelly several times a day.
Skin Disorders ~ 4oz Aloe Vera Gel in feed daily and apply Aloe Vera Gelly/Aloe Propolis Creme or Aloe Veterinary Formula.
Sore Legs ~ Spray Aloe Veterinary Formula and then massage in Aloe Vera Gelly. During Chronic recovery stage rub in Aloe Heat Lotion but not 30 days prior to racing as salicylic acid content may show up.
Sprains, Strains, Sore Muscles and Swollen Joints ~ Soak gauze with Aloe Veterinary Formula and bandage. When not bandaged massage in Aloe Heat Lotion. Also 4oz Aloe Vera Gel drink daily in feed.
Sunburn ~ Use Aloe Veterinary Formula or Aloe Vera Gelly depending on animal and then always use Aloe Suntan Cream to prevent sunburn in the first place.
Suspensory Ligament ~ Use Aloe Activator and Aloe Heat Lotion mixed and wrap.
Sweet Itch ~ First you need to prevent the midge getting to the skin, using a standard preparation. If animal has sweet itch dermatitis clean area with Aloe Liquid Soap or Aloe-Jojobal Shampoo. Dry well and spray with Aloe Veterinary Formula and apply Aloe Vera Gelly. If badly infected use the Aloe Propolis Creme.
Swelling ~ 4oz Aloe Vera Gel drink in feed daily and apply Veterinary spray or Aloe Vera Gelly.
Warts ~ Rub in Aloe Vera Gelly several times a day.
Wounds ~ Cleanse with Aloe Veterinary Formula and then treat with Aloe Vera Gelly and for more serious wounds use 4oz Aloe Vera Gel drink in feed.
*Washing Rugs ~ Use MPD, especially for horses with skin disorders.
DEEP PUNCTURE WOUNDS AND SERIOUS INJURIES
MUST ALWAYS BE TREATED WITH
A TETANUS TOXOID INJECTION
Aloe Vera should be seen as complementary to veterinary care and is not recommended as an exclusive replacement
for professional treatment. We strongly recommend that you consult your veterinary surgeon prior to administering