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No Thrush 2.5oz Aid For Equinine Thrush Rain Rot Scratches & Fungus All Natural!

No Thrush 2.5oz Aid For Equinine Thrush Rain Rot Scratches & Fungus All Natural!

No Thrush  is the first ever "DRY" approach to thrush treatment. It's Safe, All-Natural formula is "dusted on" with a thin-tipped squeeze bottle, which provides excellent coverage of the infected area.

The ingredients have been ground into a fine p...

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No Thrush  is the first ever "DRY" approach to thrush treatment. It's Safe, All-Natural formula is "dusted on" with a thin-tipped squeeze bottle, which provides excellent coverage of the infected area.

The ingredients have been ground into a fine powder. It coats the area of the infection just as flour coats and stays on your hands while baking.

No Thrush finds the damp, deep-in places that wet products can’t find. In fact, the developer asked: "Why put a "Wet" product on a "Wet" infection? Isn't that counter-productive?" Won't burn your horse's tender tissue with chemicals!

Apply one dusting a day. Make sure powder gets into all cracks and crevices. Quick and easy.

The natural, non-toxic mineral salts attack the bacteria, while the proprietary blend of clays absorb moisture and draw thrush to the surface, keeping the area dry and inhospitable to thrush.

The added mixtures of herbs soothe and encourage healing.

There is a difference between "thrush treatment," and "horse healing." NO THRUSH treats in 4-7 days in which time you should no longer notice the black, wet mess.

Do the "pick-test." Insert your pick into the thrush area and see if it comes out dry and clean. If so, this is proof that the bacteria is no longer active.

Meanwhile for extreme, deep-sulcus cases , be sure to keep dusting whenever possible while the "healing" takes place. NO THRUSH promotes a positive healing environment.

It is important to understand that your horse is susceptible to reoccurrence until the crevices and the area between the heel bulbs close and grow back with healthy tissue.

Depending on the tissue damage created by months/years of thrush, this may take a few weeks.