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.
Our hydrated bentonite clay soothes on contact and pulls heat and bacteria from infected 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
Step 2 - Scoop Crushed Rock
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.
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.
Hydrated Sodium Calcium Aluminosilicate
“Absolutely love this stuﬀ! Had a wound on my mare that nothing would heal. I tried everything from Neosporin, SWAT, Vetericyn, Bag Balm, and a few others I had at the barn. They did nothing or made it worse! Put on First Aid, and like magic the first day it started finally healing up. Now 3 days later it's almost gone! Doesn't hurt or sting. My mare after just two uses, quit trying to avoid her treatment. Keeps bugs oﬀ and really does work! New favorite product!”AARON JONES, AMAZON CUSTOMER
“Simply the best first aid for horses out there. Redmond Equine, in my opinion, makes absolutely the best horse products, period. My neighbor was at a horse show where the arena sand wore sores on the bulbs of her horse’s heels. She slathered this product on them, it dried and created a protective barrier. She had no more issues with her horse’s heels becoming raw. Superior product.”KIM LANDFATHER, AMAZON CUSTOMER
“Amazing healing product! All-natural, just clay and water. Working magically for all cuts, sores, etc.”MARINA M., AMAZON CUSTOMER
“This is a great product for horses. It heals wounds quickly and keeps flies oﬀ the area. I would highly recommend this product for all horse owners’ medical kits.”TONI, AMAZON CUSTOMER
“There is nothing better for putting on an open wound and keeping flies and other flying beasties oﬀ the wound—and it stays in place without sweating oﬀ.”J. PETSCH, AMAZON CUSTOMER
Recently, my young horse Eddie got in a scuffle and ended up with a small cut over his eye. [Redmond] clay was the perfect answer since I didn’t want to use any chemicals and risk it getting in his eye. The clay dried up and stayed in place for several days, forming a protective layer to keep out insects and debris, almost like a bandage. Now it looks great—like it never even happened”JULIE GOODNIGHT
DAILY GOLD FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I apply First Aid?
Should I wrap the wound after applying First Aid?
What if my horse licks off First Aid?
How long should First Aid be left in place?
I love this product for general first aid use! Allows healing from the inside out, protects from flys and does not sting when applied.
I have used this product on my mare. When she lays down and gets up ,she sometimes cuts the front part of her pastern. I wash off the areas, dry them and then apply. I know the cut is protected and able to heal with out infection and keep the flys out !
I use this on my gelding whose sheath area gets attacked by flies. I use it to treat any bites he gets as well as a coating all over the area to help repel them (it also seems to protect the area from the fly repellent, keeping it from irritating the skin).
Hi Alison, Thank you for sharing your success with First Aid for Horses. What a great idea to coat the area to repel flies and also protect from the fly repellent skin irritation! Redmond Rock with Garlic may also be helpful in keeping those pesky flies away. Here's to a fly free summer for your horse.
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…
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!