Numotizine Poultice

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Numotizine Poultice
  • Provides temporary relief of pain, soreness and stiffness in muscles 
  • Effective for use on sore shins, tendonitis, bruises and painful swelling
  • Can be applied to fresh muscular injuries, bites and abscesses
  • Amazing relief and has been widely used for decades for race horses
  • Useful as a hoof packing to draw out heat and inflammation
  • For use following strenuous exercise or overexertion
  • 3 lb. container
  • Made in the USA
  • Not for use on humans
 

 
Description:
Veterinary Numotizine Cataplasm is a comforting poultice which helps provide temporary relief of superficial and muscular pain, soreness and stiffness in sprains, sore shin, tendonitis, bruises and related conditions due to overexertion or strenuous exercise. It is also effective in painful swellings - in fact, wherever there is need for massage and a comforting, counterirritant application. Applied as a poultice, Numotizine helps retain the body's own warmth in the area under treatment. The Cataplasm medicated with guaiacol, beechwood creosote and methyl salicylate for comforting warmth.
 

Directions For Use:
After first rubbing in a small quantity of Numotizine Cataplasm to insure contact with the skin, apply 1/4" thick. Cover with suitable bandaging. Numotizine Cataplasm may be spread directly on the skin and then bandaged, or spread on the cloth first and then applied with the poultice in contact with the skin. The application may be left on 8 to 12 hours before removing and replacing with a new application if desired. Numotizine does not have to be heated, but will act best when warmed to body temperature, especially if it has been stored in a cold place. Numotizine does not deteriorate if kept sealed.
 

Warnings:

Use only as directed. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. Do not apply to large areas of the body. Not recommended for use on cats. Discontinue use if excessive irritation of the skin develops. Not for use on humans.
 

Directions:
It may be spread on a cloth 1/8" to 1/4" thick and placed on the affected area and bandaged, or may be applied directly to the skin. Numotizine does not have to be heated, but in some ailments better relief is obtained when the application is warmed. Remove before it becomes totally dry (usually 8 to 12 hours). Repeat application as desired.
 

Caution:
Use only as directed. Do not apply to irritated or broken skin or to large areas of the body. Discontinue use if excessive irritation of the skin develops. Avoid getting into eyes or mucous membranes. In all cases of excessive temperatures or persistent swellings, consult your physician.

 
 

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