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SORE NO-MORE Performance Poultice

Arenus Animal Health


SORE NO-MORE Performance Poultice is an all-natural, silky smooth blend of bentonite clay and soothing, anti-inflammatory herbs that eases pain and promotes healing. Apply Performance Poultice on its own or under a wrap to draw out heat and fluids and promote circulation to effectively reduce swelling and prevent more serious conditions. This cooling poultice is gentle on your horse's skin, and yours, and it was developed by veterinarians without any banned substances so it's safe to use on performance horses to limber up before competitions.

Key Benefits

  • All-natural ingredients: High-grade bentonite clay with a natural, clinically-proven formula of arnica, rosemary, witch hazel, lavender, and comfrey. Smells great, too.
  • Soothes a range of conditions: Chronic inflammation, arthritis, sore or swollen legs, soft tissue injuries, pulls or strains, sole bruises, infections or hoof abscesses, sensitive skin.
  • Great hoof pack: Works as a drawing agent for abscesses, infections and bruises.
  • Easy to use: On its own or under wraps, paper, and plastic. Rinses off easily.
  • Use it anytime: During exercise, training, travel and competition to prevent injury. Safe for long-term use.
  • Competition safe: Formulated without any ingredients on the FEI's drug regulations list.
  • Also try: Fast-acting, clinical strength SORE NO-MORE Performance Ultra Poultice

Directions For Use

Apply a layer alone or under a wrap. Brush or rinse off for easy removal or leave on when done.

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Bentonite (Bowie Type clay) and a proprietary extract of witch hazel bark and leaves with the following common herbs: arnica (Arnica montana), rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), lavender (Lavendula officinalis), comfrey (Symphytum officinale) and sodium borate (as a preservative).