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Zicatrex Natural Liquid Bandage - 1 ounce
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Why is Zicatrex Cream the "natural" healing ointment for your pet or horse?
The red resin that makes Zicatrex Cream so effective is extracted from the Croton lechleri and has been used for centuries by indigenous South America tribes to speed the healing of wounds and protect injured tissues from infection. Two of the resin's most active compounds are beneficial in healing skin wounds, and independent researchers have documented Zicatrex Cream's antimicrobial and wound-healing properties.* Unlike other medications that are primarily copper- or iodine-based or contain formaldehyde or alcohol or alkaline substances, Zicatrex Cream is non-staining, non-toxic, non-caustic, and safe for both horses and the owners who care for them.
How does Zicatrex Cream guard and improve your pet's or horse's health?
Zicatrex Cream provides a range of important medicinal benefits. Zicatrex Cream heals wounds, stops bleeding, kills bacteria, fungi, and viruses, and relieves inflammation and itching.* Zicatrex Cream offers the benefits of an antibiotic by helping to fight infection and is especially effective in preventing infection in open wounds.*
What specific conditions does Zicatrex Cream treat effectively?
What healing and pain-relieving benefits does Zicatrex Cream provide?
Zicatrex Cream stops bleeding, and seals and heals wounds, burns, cuts, and tooth extractions.*
How do the ingredients in Zicatrex Cream work?
Documented research shows Zicatrex Cream works as an anesthetic, anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal, antihemorrhagic, antileukemic, antioxidant, antiseptic, antitumorous, antiviral, neurasthenic, and vulnerary.*
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Consult your veterinarian for any diagnosis. As individual pets and horses vary, so do results.
How is Zicatrex applied?
Apply Zicatrex to the wound area once or twice daily or as recommended by your veterinarian. Gloves can be worn if necessary.
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