Well-Horse is a proprietary blend of resins from certain trees that grow in the Amazon rain forest. No trees are cut down or harmed harvesting this product. The same technique is used for harvesting maple syrup from maple trees.
For external use: Well-Horse regenerates tissue on wounds by promoting the formation of new collagen . Well-Horse also kills fungal and bacterial micro-agents on contact , without burning or irritating the skin . Works very well and fast on Scratches , Dew poisoning , Rain rot , Ring worm , Poison oak , Poison Ivy and more.
Apply two coats directly into the affected area once daily and allowed to dry. Please note: the resin is red! It will temporarily stain the skin a reddish-brown, which will wash off . Well-Horse will not burn live or injured tissues like other products. Well-Horse does not contain Iodine.
By mel on 12/03/2013
This product is marvellous , I started using it 3 years ago. Great wound care , leaves no proud flesh (also on big wounds), easy to use and works quickly. Worth it's money. Should be kept in a well-closed plastic bottle. I don't use the spray head. It comes with a little wooly stick to apply resin. Unfortunately I don't live in the US and postage is more expensive than the resin.
By Tiff on 08/17/2012
I love this stuff- no scarring on my horses nose after a dog bite. You do have to clean the pump out after every couple uses because it will clog up and make it unsprayable. but worth the effort!
By diane on 07/27/2012
This is a great product, I bought it a the world horse expo in pa, worked wonderful on sheep too and keeps flys away. It is pricey, but i would buy again. We had a dog that tore up a sheep pretty bad, healed nicely with few applications
By Mr. T on 07/27/2012
I had heard that Well Spray was a good product so I bought a bottle. After one week it had solidified and became unusable. A couple of months later I thought I would try again, but within a week it had solidified and was unusable. I would not waste my money on it again. It is a rip off. Any one knowing how to restore it back to a liquid form, I would appreciate hearing from you. wa6ljl[@]