Pay close attention to any scabs caused by Dermatophilus Congolensis bacteria in the mud that is often splashed onto animals during wet weather. However, this bacteria is not always the cause of itchy scabs. Some mites can cause a similar condition in dry conditions. Common spots where you’ll see such scabs are in the fetlocks, neck, thighs, and belly.
Our Scab Ointment will help clear the bacteria as well as mites, soften the scab, and help them fall off. Very often you’ll hear such scabs called Mud Fever, Rain Scald, Sheep Scald etc… Our ointment can be used on most animals that have such scabs, including farm animals.
Pre-wash the area with our Natural Fungal Anti-Fungal Shampoo which will deep cleanse and prepare a clean surface for the ointment. You can also use a cloth to rinse the affected area itself. Then apply our ointment twice a day (do not double dip in the ointment pot; you can use a different finger or a cue tip to get some more ointment).
- – Olive Oil
- – Sunflower Oil
- – Tea Tree Oil
- – Neem Oil
- – Thyme Essential Oil
- – Calendula Montana Flowers
- – Gotu Kola Herbs
- – Comfrey Leaf
- – Rosemary Seeds
- – Besswax
We never use any artificial chemicals, parabens, sulfates, fragrances, harsh preservatives, or anything that could damage or dry out the skin.
All products are for topical use only and should not be taken internally at any time. All our products are handmade in Plant City, Florida.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.