Green Sport Lotion (Canada)This page contains information on Green Sport Lotion for veterinary use.
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- Green Sport Lotion Indications
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Green Sport LotionThis treatment applies to the following species:
Recommended Use or Purpose:
Green Sport Lotion’s effective cooling action is beneficial to hot, tired legs especially during demanding times of training and racing.
The cooling effect is present as the product is applied and it evaporates.
For daily conditioning: Rub Green Sport Lotion into the skin thoroughly.
For extra cooling effect: Apply a thick layer of Green Sport Lotion to desired areas 3 or 4 times daily, waiting 30 minutes after each application before bandaging. Will not blister or scurf when applied as directed.
As a wash: Mix one part Green Sport Lotion in six parts rubbing alcohol and apply liberally with a sponge.
For topical use only, do not allow horse to ingest.
Not for use in pregnant or lactating animals.
Not for use in animals with liver or kidney disease.
Do not apply heat after application as it may cause skin irritation.
Not for use in young animals.
Do not apply to large areas as some is absorbed through the skin.
Do not exceed recommended dose.
Not for long term use (longer than 7 days).
Do not apply to wounds or damaged skin.
Not for use with anticoagulant medication.
Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes.
Warnings- Not for use on horses intended for food as a withdrawal period has not been established.
Package sizes: - 475 mL (16 fl. oz.) bottle
Active (medicinal) ingredients:
Pharm-Vet Ltd. - 1199 Sanford Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3E 3A1
NAC No.: 1458024.1
1199 SANFORD STREET, WINNIPEG, MB, R3E 3A1
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