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Tu7 - How to deal with malaise or thrush
Mudguard and thrush treatments in horses
There are two well-known products that we recommend in the case of mildew or thrush.
Copper sulfate and zinc sulfate. We also have other phytoproducts that can help the body to get rid of the mites for good.
The most important thing in the fight against scumbags is that the area where the horse is being kept is kept very clean.
The mallard or thrush should first be treated with a pH-neutral water pH 7 and then with a catholyte water with a pH value of 11,7 with our system to ensure that you get into the deepest areas. The area should then be cleaned with air containing oxygen. Your doctor will decide which one of our possible supplements to use and this must be applied to the disinfected area to keep the area clean and promote the horse's recovery.
The products usually form crusts that turn greenish-black and fall off on their own after 8 to 10 days. Helping to peel off the scabs is not recommended as this could re-infect the area.
There is no need to put a bandage on as the product acts like a plaster. We also advise against applying a cream or anything else to this area.
It is possible that the area will wet again. In such a case, it should be disinfected with pH-neutral water and catholyte water, if available, and then disinfected with oxygen-enriched air. The same product should then be applied as originally, unless otherwise instructed by the veterinarian.
Usually 2-3 treatments are enough to help the animal get rid of the evil.
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First use the stronger anolyte water with a pH of 4,2. Then the ph 7,0 anolyte neutral water. Then the water with the Ph 11,7.
We have found that applying the product with Vetdrop is more effective than spraying, but it can also be used in combination - spray from a spray bottle first, clean the area well and then apply the water with Vetdrop.
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