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AgSilver CleanBalm Maximum Strength

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AgSilver CleanBalm Maximum Strength

Silver Based First Aid Balm

 

Ag Silver CleanBalm™ Maximum Strength is a petroleum-based ointment for use on shallow cuts nicks rubs or abscess drains to control and reduce bacterial and fungal infestation.

Silver is historically recognized for its antimicrobial properties and ability to kill bacteria molds and fungi. EquiFit’s AgSilver Maximum Strength line is used to reduce and prevent the growth of a broad range of organisms. The Maximum Strength line is intended for use on existing and persistent conditions.

CleanBalm™  is effective against:

  • Scratches
  • Fungus
  • Rain Rot
  • Cuts
  • Wounds
  • Thrush
  • Skin Irritations

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from Alabama

This works wonders on scratches & dog lick granulomas

I got this with the CleanWash & CleanTalc (all max strgth). Scrubbed my horses scratches then started applying the talc daily. It was working great then I got injured so couldn't treat them daily. Even only getting treated w/ the talc a few days a week for 2 weeks, it still kept them from getting worse. Now that all the scabs are gone, I've switched to the balm to help them heal. I used the talc on my dog's lick granulomas at first to dry it up then switched to the balm to heal it. Even everything the vet gave me didn't stop him from continuing to lick & make it worse. The balm was the first thing to FINALLY get it to heal. The other day my horse came in w/a fresh, slightly bloody wound so I used the clean wash then the balm. It was amazing how much better it looked just one day later.
Overall Rating: 5 of 5