H-Balm Udder CreamThis page contains information on H-Balm Udder Cream for veterinary use.
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H-balm Udder CreamThis treatment applies to the following species:
Ingredient(s)Stearic acid, homo menthyl, salicylate, isopropyl myristate, cetyl alcohol, aloe vera, propylene glycol, silicone, lanolin, mineral oil, triethanolamine, propyl paraben, methyl paraben, vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin D, chloroxylenol, in a specially prepared base.
H-Balm Udder Cream IndicationsH-BALM with multi vitamins for use as an aid in reducing dry, cracked and chapped udders in cattle. Contains humectants which assist in maintaining skin and tissue moisture balance.
The non-sticky, disappearing cream base discourages dirt and manure from sticking to udders.
DirectionsApply daily or as needed after milking to aid in reducing dryness, cracking and chapping associated with chapped udders in cattle.
H-Balm Udder Cream Caution(s)H-BALM is not a substitute for balanced nutrition. Animals with signs of nutritional deficiency in the skin may require injections of therapeutic levels of vitamins. Consult your veterinarian for assistance in the diagnosis and treatment of nutritional deficiency.
If animal shows signs of uncontrolled generalized infections, consult your veterinarian. Wash the teats and udders thoroughly before milking.
For veterinary use only.
Warning(s)Keep out of reach of children.
DiscussionMilking machines, inclement weather and other factors strip natural moisture from the udders, leaving them dry and chapped. H-BALM is a unique blend of vitamins which are naturally present in healthy skin. Helps promote natural moisture balance of chapped udders in cattle.
Presentation16 oz (454 g) and 5 lb (2.27 kg) containers.
P.O. BOX 25667, OVERLAND PARK, KS, 66225-5667
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