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Equimins Lice & Mite Formula

  • Lotion » 500ml Bottle £15.16
  • Spray » 500ml Bottle £15.62

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Description

Equimins Lice & Mite Formula is a proven strong natural herbal extract for the control of lice and mite. Typical areas where lice and mite like to get are in the feathers around the feet of shire horses. It contains only natural plant extracts and does not contain any harmful chemicals.

Spray

Store in a cool dry place at 10 - 20 degrees C.

Contains no banned substances under Jockey Club and FEI rules.

Directions for use:

  • Spray onto hands (use rubber gloves if you are prone to allergic reactions to herbal products) and gently rub into infected area
  • Apply twice daily for seven days.

Lotion

Store at ambient temperature, not too hot or cold. 15 -25 degrees C.

Contains no banned substances under Jockey Club and FEI rules.

Directions for use:

  • Always use rubber gloves in case you may have an allergy to anything.
  • Squeeze on to hands and rub well into clean feathers and other affected areas.
  • Apply twice daily for seven days.

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Pregnant mares

21st Jan 2015
Jess

Is this product safe to use on pregnant mares?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This is a mild, safe, herbal product which would not be expected to cause any trouble at all if used on a pregnant mare. I think you will be perfectly OK to use it.