CBD Liniment Used as Topical Pain Relief in Horses
The history of liniment dates all the way back to 1,000 B.C. and was mainly made up of what we now call essential oils. The original liniment was first sold in the United States in 1833 and was used to cure anything that could ail a domestic animal including horses. The human version of the liniment was introduced in 1875. The yellow wrappers were for animals and the white wrappers for were intended for human use. This history continues today as many people turn to homeopathic remedies for horses, either when traditional means aren’t working or even as a first measure against increased discomfort in their equines.
H & J Equine Supplements CBD liniment can be used as topical pain relief for your horse and works best after exercise. It is commonly used on the hocks, pasterns, stifles, hips and shoulders. The all-natural topical treatment works great after a workout to alleviate soreness, helps with arthritis pain or recovering from an injury. Our proprietary blend of herbs and oils complements the CBD healing properties by promoting the reduction of muscle inflammation, cramping, tightness, tension and spasming. Liniment helps the muscles relax and increases the blood flow which decreased inflammation.
While developing the equine liniment, it was important to make it non-greasy so it could be applied before competition without attracting dirt. Liniment does not enter the blood stream, so drug testing is not an issue. If you are looking for a tried-and-true method for providing your horse topical pain relief, shop our horse liniment for joint and muscle pain to see the difference it can make for your horse.