Dead Sea Mineral Mud
Latin Name: n/a
Sizes: 100g Amber Glass Jar | 200g Amber Glass Jar
£7.68 – £12.60 incl. VAT
More than 35 different types of minerals can be found in the Dead Sea’s waters. Animals with the following conditions have selected Dead Sea Mineral Mud topically.
- Atopic dermatitis and skin lesions (especially cats)
- Sun block – sunburn (especially horses)
- Laminitis (hoof wall)
- Midges and mites (sweet itch)
How To Use Dead Sea Mineral Mud
Sores and lesions – water down the Dead Sea mineral mud to achieve a spreading consistency
Topical – urinary – water down the Dead Sea mineral mud to achieve a spreading consistency, and then offer to apply it between the hind legs over the bladder area. Also seek veterinary attention. For lesions, dilute the Dead Sea mineral mud with water to achieve a spreading consistency
Equine and Other Herbivores
Topical – for laminitis, dilute the Dead Sea mineral mud with water to make it loose enough to spread over the coronet band and hoof wall (apply appropriate essential oils first, then the Dead Sea mineral mud).
For sweet itch and midges – create a watery paste and spread over the problem areas (apply on top of the essential oils selected for sweet-itch). Apply where there is no hair
Caution: None known