Bigeloil Liquid Gel (Canada)This page contains information on Bigeloil Liquid Gel for veterinary use.
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Bigeloil Liquid GelThis treatment applies to the following species:
FOR VETERINARY USE ON HORSES
- Soothes pain temporarily from strained muscles
- Cools and reduces swelling due to overworked tendons or muscles
- Relief of mild to moderate pain and swelling reduction associated with sore, inflamed knees
- Mild Antiseptic Action
TOPICAL PAIN RELIEF GEL
Warning: Keep out of reach of children
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
USE ONLY AS DIRECTED
Bigeloil Liquid Gel Indications
As an aid in the temporary relief of inflammation, pain and stiffness caused by sprains, strains or tendinitis.
Directions For Use
Use full strength applying liberally over the affected area and rubbing until dry. Repeat as needed once or twice a day for the workout period or as indicated by a veterinarian. If you rub don’t wrap. If you wrap use a porous cotton wrap. After initial inflammation subsides, massage in Bigeloil Liquid Gel, full strength. Don’t wrap. Repeat before and after daily workout period for 7 days.
CAUTIONS: Keep away from eyes and mucous membranes. Discontinue if excessive irritation develops after use. Do not apply to irritated or broken skin. Make sure that the skin is clean and free from any other local medication prior to application. If case persists, consult your veterinarian.
StorageKeep away from open flame. Store at room temperature (15°C-30°C).
Menthol 2.00% w/v, SD Alcohol 52.0% w/v, Methyl Salicylate 0.3% w/v, Thymol 0.07% w/v.
W.F. YOUNG, INC., E. LONGMEADOW, MA 01028 U.S.A.
CANADIAN AGENT: J.L. FREEMAN S.E.C., BOUCHERVILLE, QUÉBEC J4B 5H1
NAC No.: 13460140
302 BENTON DRIVE, EAST LONGMEADOW, MA, 01028
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