Absorbine Veterinary Liniment

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Absorbine Veterinary Liniment

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: W.F. Young

TOPICAL ANALGESIC & ANTISEPTIC

Sore Muscle & Joint Pain Relief

Stimulates Circulation to Speed Healing

CLASSIC HERBAL FORMULA - SINCE 1892

Absorbine® has been trusted for generations to provide herbal healing and fast relief from sore aching muscles, joint and arthritis pain.

Directions For Use

Legs & Joints: For fast relief of temporary muscular and joint soreness, swelling and stiffness, apply Absorbine Veterinary Liniment (AVL) to sore areas. May be applied two or more times a day.

Arthritis: Deep penetrating heat soothes the pain and swelling of tissues due to arthritis. Rub AVL on stiff and sore joints before and after turn out to increase pain relief.

Muscle Soreness: To relieve pain and stiffness, apply AVL to desired areas and cover with blanket. May be repeated two or more times a day as needed.

Body Wash: AVL cooling body wash refreshes a tired horse. AVL astringents wash away sweat and dirt. AVL’s antimicrobial formula disinfects. Herbal oils shine the coat. Recipe: mix 4 oz. of AVL and 8 oz. vinegar with 24 oz. of water.

Warm Up: A rub down of AVL increases circulation to muscles and helps prevent injuries. Clinically proven to enhance performance.

Post Work Out: Applying AVL helps speed muscle recovery by increasing blood flow to the affected area, helping to reduce soreness, stiffness, swelling and pain. AVL’s fast acting formula is proven to increase blood flow and help your horse heal himself rapidly.

Setting Up: Professional trainers recommend applying AVL after a workout to all four legs and wrapping lightly.

Hoof Disinfectant: AVL’s formula penetrates into the porous hoof sole and frog to disinfect. Apply once a week to help prevent bacterial and fungal infections. Use AVL daily to treat hoof conditions such as abscesses, cracks, delamination, Thrush and White line Disease.

Skin Infections: AVL kills germs on contact and stops the itch in seconds. Use AVL to clean and treat bacterial skin infections like Rain Rot, Scratches, Summer Itch and Tail Itch. Apply to infected area three times a week.

Active Ingredients

Menthol 1.27%, Chloroxylenol 0.50%, Iodine 0.02%. Inactive ingredients: absinthium oil, acetone, blue 1, plant extracts of calendula, echinacea and wormwood; potassium iodide, thymol, water, yellow 6.

Absorbine Veterinary Liniment Caution

Keep out of the reach of children. Replace cap firmly. For external use on livestock only. Avoid contact with eyes or mucous membranes. Do not apply to irritated skin. If excessive irritation develops, discontinue use and consult a veterinarian. In long standing cases or those not responding to treatment, or in case of puncture or deep wounds, consult a veterinarian. If you rub, don’t wrap.

Danger: Extremely flammable! Keep away from fire, sparks and heated surfaces.

FOR USE ON DOGS AND LIVESTOCK

Distributed by: W.F. Young, Inc., E. Longmeadow, MA 01028 U.S.A.

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Learn more. Go to www.absorbine.com

ABSORBINE®

The Horse World’s Most Trusted Name®

16 fl oz

RM 342331-4

32 fl oz (946 mL)

RM 342377-5

1 GALLON (3.8 L)

RM 342530-1, RM 342531-2

NAC No.: 10990195

W.F. YOUNG, INC.
302 BENTON DRIVE, EAST LONGMEADOW, MA, 01028-5990
Telephone:   413-526-9999
Order Desk:   800-628-9653
Fax:   413-526-8990
Website:   www.absorbine.com
Email:   animalhealthcare@absorbine.com
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