Corona Vet Liniment is an outstanding horse liniment that aids in
temporarily addressing muscle soreness and achy joints. For over 100 years,
Corona has been protecting the health and vitality of horses. Our Veterinary
Liniment is an outstanding horse liniment that provides relief for your horse.
For use on all working, racing, or performance horses and dogs. Aids in
temporarily reducing soreness, stiffness, and inflammation of muscles and achy
joints Unique combination of Menthol and Eucalyptus helps to stimulate
circulation where applied Contains botanical oils to help soothe and renew The
lotion stays in place making it easy to massage into muscles and legs Compare
the value to other horse liniments16 oz. squeeze bottle Active Ingredients:
Eucalyptus Oil 3.1%, Menthol 0.49% Inactive Ingredients: Allantoin, Aloe Powder,
Ascorbic Acid, Camphor Oil White, Isopropyl Alcohol, Isopropyl Palmitate,
Methylparaben, Polysorbate-80, Purified Water, Propylene Glycol, Propylparaben,
Triethanolamine, Ultrez-10 Powder, may contain citric acid. Directions for Use:
For use on all working, racing, or performance horses and dogs. Sore or Stiff
Muscles or Achy Joints: Massage generously several times daily with Corona
Veterinary Liniment. To aid in preventing soreness or stiffness, massage
generously after a hard workout or overexertion. Prompt use will help reduce
soreness and stiffness. It may be heat packed with hot, moist towels if desired.
Swelling: Massage thoroughly with Corona Veterinary Liniment. Wrap lightly with
3 to 5 layers of gauze saturated with Corona Veterinary Liniment. Cover with
several additional layers of gauze for 8 to 12 hours. Use this same procedure
for setting up. If wrapping is not possible, massage at least four times daily
with Corona Veterinary Liniment. Minor Sprains: After removal of ice or cold
packs to control swelling, massage and wrap as per Swelling directions above.
After removal of wrap, massage at least four times daily with Corona Veterinary
Liniment. Note: For extreme cases of swelling associated with heat, always
consult a veterinarian prior to treatment.