McTarnahans Original Ball SolutionThis page contains information on McTarnahans Original Ball Solution for veterinary use.
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McTarnahans Original Ball SolutionThis treatment applies to the following species:
(Reg. U.S. Pat. Office # 990, 670)
A counter-irritant which aids in the relief of muscular soreness and strains due to extreme overexertion.
McTarnahans Original Ball Solution Indications
To be used as an aid in the relief of muscular soreness and strains due to overexertion.
Directions For Use
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING. Clip hair on area to be treated. Apply with a toothbrush straight down over the hair (DO NOT RUB) twice a day for two days, then apply once daily as needed.
Iodine 6%, Potassium Iodide 5%, Boric Acid, and Sodium Borate (total Borate 1.5%), SDA Alcohol 57% of Volume
Deionized Water, Povidone Iodine, Menthol, Thymol, Benzoic Acid, Methyl Salicylate, Oil of Eucalyptus, Oil of Peppermint and Oil of Thyme.
Application for several days in a row under wraps may cause blistering of the skin. If excessive irritation develops, then discontinue treatment and consult a Veterinarian. Not for use in food producing animals or horses intended for food. Not for Human Use.
RESTRICTED DRUG, USE ONLY AS DIRECTED
FOR EXTERNAL EQUINE USE ONLY
KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN
MANUFACTURED IN USA FOR JACKS INC. WASHINGTON C.H. OHIO 43160
PRODUCTS WITH A WINNING TRADITION
WINNERS CIRCLE - TURF REMEDIES
Net Contents: One Pint (16 fl oz.) 473 ml
2250 KENSKILL AVENUE, WASHINGTON C.H., OH, 43160
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