Indication for use
Fast cooling: apply thick layer on the legs (tendons), allow to dry and rinse off with cold water Slow cooling: apply thick layer to the tendons, wrap in wet paper and bandage.
CAVALOR® ICE CLAY – Premium Line
Cools down stressed tendons
Indication for use
CAVALOR Ice Clay is a poultice enriched with natural products, essential oils and minerals. The essential oils in Cavalor Ice Clay appear to have calming and analgesic properties. These assets might help reduce swelling. Cavalor Ice Clay slowly cools down stressed tendons.
Fast cooling: Apply Cavalor Ice clay in a thick layer on the affected leg. Let Cavalor Ice Clay dry completely. It can be removed using a hard brush. The legs should be sprinkled with cold water until Cavalor Ice Clay has disappeared.
Slow cooling: Apply Cavalor Ice Clay on the tendon and put a wet paper around the layer of Cavalor Ice Clay. Wind bandages around the paper. A slow cooling will produce a warming effect – the so-called “warm and wet compress effect.”
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
Do not use on infected or open wounds.
– Pail 4 Kg
– Pail 10 Kg
Why does Cavalor Ice Clay work so well for swollen legs?
The natural clay in Ice Clay may help reduce swelling of the legs. It also contains an exclusive herbal component to support this effect.
Can I bandage my horse’s leg if it is already packed with Ice Clay?
Yes, but before bandaging over Cavalor Ice Clay, a layer of plastic wrap or paper should be applied.
Is it safe to apply Cavalor Ice Clay if my horse’s legs have scratches or wounds?
Yes. Cavalor Ice Clay can be safely applied to minor scratches and small or superficial wounds.
Can I combine Cavalor Ice Clay with Cavalor Muscooler?
Doing so would not harm the horse but may not be particularly useful. As Cavalor Ice Clay and Cavalor Muscooler are both designed to cool and relax the horse’s legs, we recommend selecting the product most suited to your horse’s particular need.