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Gel for the limbs of the horse based on Arnica and Aloe

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With well-known anti-inflammatory, decontracting properties,
Arnica Montana contained in Arnica Leg Gel is widely used worldwide as decongestant and defatigating agent.
of horseracing and riding. Just think how many times
after a short walk, perhaps for a simple slip, the horse returns to the stable with a gait that can
be simply irregular or markedly limped.
Arnica Montana is also effective for the long-term treatment of traumas, tears and arthritic pains, typical especially of the
elderly horses; or of subjects that are still young but abundantly exploited, from an orthopaedic point of view, during
certain types of competitions such as show jumping.
The other essential ingredient of Arnica Leg Gel is Aloe
with analgesic, antiphlogistic and purifying properties now widely exploited also in the human field. The most important active ingredient of Aloe is a mucopolysaccharide,
called Acemannan, with immunostimulant properties,
capable of increasing by at least ten times the activities of the
macrophages that destroy toxins.
Aloe is regarded by many as a powerful energizer,
primarily known for its inhibitory property on the
pain; in fact, when applied locally, it penetrates all the layers of the
dermis, by inhibiting the enzymes that cause inflammation
and reducing it.
Aloe also has healing properties, known and
already used in Roman times, and for this Arnica Leg
Gel is a suitable product even if used at a mild level.
The Manganese and Selenium found in the structure of the Aloe itself release their antioxidant action,
useful on a muscular level.
Arnica Leg Gel is therefore an ideal topical use gel if applied in any case of sprains, contusions, slight cuts
entities and abrasions.
The product can be used before or after training. Apply gently to tendons. Not
use the product with bandages or by spreading it
vigorously because it could have an irritating effect. Arnica Leg Gel can be diluted with water.
warm to create a relaxing bath for the muscles