Clay and Animals

Evaluation of the antiseptic and healing properties of green clay on horses with open septic wounds

Applying clay to a hoof

Compared with other studies reviewed, green clay shows potent adherent properties which yield excellent results on wounds that are severe and difficult to heal, while many conventional antiseptic products fail to adhere to the skin and are drained away by biological secretions without any healing effect, resulting in persistent infection.

Horse Care

Natural First Aid Kit For Horses

When you own a horse, you may spend a lot on tack, feed, supplements and riding apparel. However, there is one supply that may save your horse but horse owners tend to forget about: a first aid pack.

Horses have a beautiful body that has evolved over thousands of years from being short with stocky muscular legs to allow them to climb rocks and mountains to a leaner body with long legs to run fast in the plains at the sight of a threat. This means that their body, especially their legs, are a lot more susceptible to injuries than their ancestors’. read more