First Aid for Horses
First Aid for Horses
First Aid for Horses
First Aid for Horses

First Aid for Horses

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$17.97 - $97.04
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$17.97

Natural Wound Care for Horses

Is your horse suffering from painful bites, sores, cuts, or burns? Redmond First Aid clay heals superficial horse injuries by sealing wounds, drawing out infection, repelling flies, and preventing proud flesh. Make First Aid your first choice for natural healing.

PREVENTS PROUD FLESH

Promotes a clean, rapid repair and prevents proud flesh from forming.

DRAWS INFECTION

Our hydrated bentonite clay soothes on contact and pulls heat and bacteria from infected wounds.

SEALS WOUNDS

Acts as an antiseptic and creates a protective barrier against bacteria and flies.

First Aid wound healing cream is an add-on in our Foundational Horse Care Program and a must-have in your barn and saddlebag. Complete your program with other Redmond favorites for best results.

Step 1 - Scoop Daily Gold

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Step 3 - Free-Choice Rock

Learn how First Aid also offers quick relief for humans! Use it to soothe insect bites, rashes from stinging plants, or burns on your own skin.

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APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

First Aid for Horses is easy to apply! Just mound a thick layer over your horse’s wound and continue applying once or twice daily. A wrap can also be used to keep the clay moist and protect the wound. The clay will seal the affected area, draw out infection, repel flies and bacteria, and leave a clean repair.

LEARN ABOUT WHY REDMOND BENTONITE CLAY HEALS

Bentonite, also known as montmorillonite, is an age-old healing clay with incredibly diverse curative properties. Some call it Mother Nature’s pharmacy. We call it the “clay of a thousand uses.” Redmond bentonite in particular excels at healing sores, rope burns, cuts, and bites on horses.

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INGREDIENTS:

Hydrated Sodium Calcium Aluminosilicate

FIRST AID FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do I apply First Aid?

Rinse any dirt and debris from the wound. Once dry, mound First Aid ¼- to ½-inch thick over the wound and taper it toward the edges. This helps seal the wound and keep the clay in place.

Should I wrap the wound after applying First Aid?

Yes, if possible. It’s best to cover First Aid with gauze and wrap the wound with vet wrap. This keeps the clay hydrated and protects the wound from further injury. If wrapping the wound isn’t feasible, that’s okay. Just reapply First Aid two to three times a day until the area is healed. Don’t worry about removing dried First Aid before reapplying; simply mound more clay over the top.

What if my horse licks off First Aid?

First Aid is completely natural, so if your horse eats it, no worries! The ingredients in First Aid are purified water and bentonite clay. That’s it. So it’s not only safe, but good! Our clay contains natural minerals and detoxifying abilities that benefit horses.

How long should First Aid be left in place?

If it’s applied without being wrapped, the clay will likely stay in place for an hour or two before sluffing off. Just reapply First Aid two to three times daily to encourage the healing process.

Customer Reviews

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Chrissy Laughlin
Not super impressed so far...

I purchased a 6 pack to use on a mini that has severe skin allergies from black flies…so far, we’ve been using for a week with no improvement, and it seems to take quite a bit of product to create a layer…To be fair, nothing has helped the skin…

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Hannah McCabe
First aid

Have not used this product yet but when it comes time to use it I can bet 100% it will work great just like the rest of the products I’ve used from Redmond equine!

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Lora M
Magic in a tube!

I reach for the Redmond First Aid almost daily at my barn as it’s so universal. With all these flies due to the summer heat, my horse has really suffered from their nasty bites and his legs even developed a few non threatening bumps.
I applied some First Aid and let it sit on his legs for 4 days, and by the end of the 4 days, I wiped his leg clean with some water and a cloth and the bumps were gone!
It’s like the clay had dried them up, and it also helped a lot that it created a shield against the bugs.

Safe to say I use this on all his cuts, hair patches, bumps, fly bites and more! Love that it’s also in scented so it does not cause either parties irritations.

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Bridget Rose Helms
great for all animals!

I've used this on the horses various cuts and my poor old dogs ears this summer when the flies wouldn't quit biting them. One application, no more flies and her ears healed!

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Danita payne
Best I've ever used

This product is incredible I used it on a feral cat that I found in my shed near death her leg was torn from under her arm all the way down to her pa laid wide open Redmond first aid completely healed her wound fantastic product.

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