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    09-08-2010, 03:56 PM
  #1
Foal
Underwood Horse Medicine.

My mare, Peppy, was recently injured and I've started treating the wound with Underwood Horse Medicine and it is healing up nicely. This stuff is wonderful. After I started using it, I got curious as to how its worked for other people and all I have to say is WOW!! Some of the pictures and stories are just shocking and make me feel very confident that Peppy will heal just fine.

I haven't got any pictures of the initial wound, but I will start now (about 4 days after the incident and 3 days after starting Underwood's) so everyone can see the difference.

I'll be taking pictures in just a bit, so I'll upload them soon. In the meantime, here's a link to their site and some other crazy testimonials. :) I really wish I'd started taking pictures from the beginning, but I'll start taking them daily from now on.

Underwood Horse Medicine - Wynnewood Oklahoma
Underwood Horse Medicine ~ Topical Wound Spray for Major & Minor Cuts
Underwood Horse Medicine - Horse Forums (HGS) There's two sets of pictures and stories in this link.
Ultimate Dressage • View topic - Diary of leg wound-a healing pictorial-IT'S GONE! :)
     
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    09-08-2010, 04:39 PM
  #2
Yearling
When my gelding ripped his chest open top to bottom a lot of people on Horsecity recommended this product.

It wasn't readily available where I am so I used Cothivet, which is just as amazing, but most had good things to say about it.
     
    09-08-2010, 04:41 PM
  #3
Showing
I'd like to know the ingredients. I notice they're not listed. I'm not willing to put anything on my horses without knowing first what's in it.
     
    09-08-2010, 04:43 PM
  #4
Foal
My bottle reads--

Thymol, Menthol, 1.27%, aromatic essential oils, chloroxylenol 0.50% copper sulfate, pentahydrate, Wormwood, water, iodine, acetone, potassium permanganate, FD&C Blue no. 1, compound tinctures, Potassium iodine, inert ingredients.
     
    09-08-2010, 04:44 PM
  #5
Yearling
Quote:
Originally Posted by Speed Racer    
I'd like to know the ingredients. I notice they're not listed. I'm not willing to put anything on my horses without knowing first what's in it.
The other thing, not to take away from the OP, but the healing process shown in the pictures is what you would EXPECT in normal healing. My gelding went from ripped top to bottom and 8-10 inches deep into his chest to hardly anything in 78 days.
     
    09-08-2010, 04:48 PM
  #6
Foal
Quote:
Originally Posted by G and K's Mom    
The other thing, not to take away from the OP, but the healing process shown in the pictures is what you would EXPECT in normal healing. My gelding went from ripped top to bottom and 8-10 inches deep into his chest to hardly anything in 78 days.
That's definitely true and I'm in no way disputing that. Often times if you just leave things alone, it will heal just fine.. Seen it done many times. But there are products that can help anything along, no one can deny that. Ha Otherwise I wouldn't have a bathroom shelf dedicated to frizz reducing products that work reasonably well.
     
    09-08-2010, 04:52 PM
  #7
Showing
Quote:
Originally Posted by soileddove    
My bottle reads--

Thymol, Menthol, 1.27%, aromatic essential oils, chloroxylenol 0.50% copper sulfate, pentahydrate, Wormwood, water, iodine, acetone, potassium permanganate, FD&C Blue no. 1, compound tinctures, Potassium iodine, inert ingredients.
All of those things listed have antibacterial or anti-inflammatory properties. There are also one or two that have an analgesic quality, to help with the pain.

I'm not sold on how great it is, but at least there's certainly nothing in it that would harm a horse and may very well help, especially the anti-inflammatories and analgesics.
     
    09-08-2010, 04:59 PM
  #8
Foal
I'm not here stating that this is some wonder product, heal-all deal, but we've used it on smaller injuries (mainly on cattle) with success, although that is relative since we don't really have anything to compare to because injuries and animals are all unique.

I'm just offering this up as an option for anyone else who might be interested in seeing what it has done for others and if they're interested in following Peppy's progress with it. This will be my first time using it on anything other than minor cuts that probably would've healed mostly fine on their own, granted this is it not some horror story worthy injury, but I thought it was still worth mentioning.
     
    09-08-2010, 05:27 PM
  #9
Yearling
I'd be interested. I'm always interested in how another horse has healed up. "Education"

In case you interested here's George's photo log GRAPHIC
George-laceration pictures by kevang - Photobucket

And if anyone's interested info on Cothivet, which is 100% natural
http://www.neogen.com/animalsafety/p...tins/08888.pdf
     
    09-08-2010, 06:03 PM
  #10
Foal
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Originally Posted by G and K's Mom    
I'd be interested. I'm always interested in how another horse has healed up. "Education"

In case you interested here's George's photo log GRAPHIC
George-laceration pictures by kevang - Photobucket

And if anyone's interested info on Cothivet, which is 100% natural
http://www.neogen.com/animalsafety/p...tins/08888.pdf
Thanks for sharing.. I looks like your horse has made a wonderful recovery.. Cothivet was the main thing you used, I assume, correct? What other sorts of treatment did you use, if any? That's definitely impressive..
     

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