Cool Down gel is a refreshing gel that contains 4 plant extracts. It helps refresh the horse’s limbs after intense effort. Post-exercise recovery is thus improved. Following intensive exercise, the temperature within the tendon structures can be very high and can lead to disorganization of the collagen fibers, increasing the risk of tendon inflammation.
Aloe ferox is a variety of aloe endemic to South Africa. This aloe needs an area with strong sun exposure and sandy soil. Aloe ferox is quite similar to aloe vera with its thick, fleshy leaves from which the pulp is extracted. This aloe pulp or gel has excellent hydration properties and stimulates tissue repair.
Arnica montana is a perennial plant of the asteraceae family, originating in particular from the mountains of Europe, the flower of which is used. It has analgesic (pain-relieving) and anti-inflammatory properties. Arnica is registered in the list of medicinal plants of the French Pharmacopoeia.
Scots pine is well known for its decongestant effects.
Ravintsare (Cinnamomum camphora) is extracted from the leaves of the false camphor tree of Madagascar. A tree that belongs to the Lauraceae family. It has a slightly vasocontrictor effect and an analgesic effect on muscle and joint pain.
Shower the limbs with cold water beforehand. Dry the limbs and apply the gel liberally. Do not cover the limbs to allow better heat dissipation.
The treatment can be repeated every two hours if necessary.