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post #1 of 7 Old 01-28-2012, 09:53 PM Thread Starter
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Absorbine Refreshement?

I've heard of this stuff from Absorbine that's called Absorbine refreshment. ita supposed to be similar to liniment but this has more of a cooling effect but still helps sore muscles. I'm wondering if anyone has tried it and liked it? I might try it out! Suggestions and tips on using it are helpful too if you've used it :)
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post #2 of 7 Old 01-29-2012, 10:43 AM
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I really like it. I keep some diluted with water in a spray bottle, for if things are a little sketchy after a long ride, and I have used it full strength as well, and it's just as good as a regular liniment, minus the burning effect some other liniments have given.
Smells great too.

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I've not used it but diluting regular absorbine 50/50 with ac vinegar does the same thing and saves money :)
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Thanks! I'm glad to know it's good!
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Sometimes I like mixing up regular Aborsbine with water & sponging it on the horse's legs because it makes my hands feel all tingly. The horse must feel the same I think.
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I love the Absorbine Lineament! It has been my go to application for horse and people muscles for more years than I care to think about LOL. It has a strong smell, but it really works wonders on sore achey muscles. And yes it can be downright almost painful while it is working so I thin mine a bit if needed with a neutral oil like coconut, olive oil etc.

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Awesome thanks so much! I actually just bought the stuff I mentioned and it smells great! I tried it out today and did what DejaVu said and diluted it in a spray bottle and put it on my mares legs after a hard ride! Thanks for your input guys :)
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