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LINIMENT OIL

EQUINADE

LINIMENT OIL

EQUINADE LINIMENT OIL

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Provides fast, effective relief from pain such as tendon sprain, muscular strain, shin soreness and arthritis. Great for working and racing animals. May be diluted with water to use as a refreshing rinse.
  • Stimulates the circulation of blood to joints and muscles which helps to relieve stiffness and pain

SKU: 9203360

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