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Heelin' Hoof

Heelin' Hoof

Regular price $38.00 CAD
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Heelin' Hoof offers a unique equine pedicure experience, providing an array of therapeutic benefits. The ingredients used in this oil ensure optimal hoof health and nourishment.

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Lanolin, a moisturizing and protecting agent, helps to soften and heal dry or damaged hooves. Coconut oil possesses antifungal properties that can combat infections such as thrush, while also conditioning the hoof's outer layer. Castor oil aids in hydrating the hoof and promoting healthier growth. Glycerin attracts moisture from the air, reducing the likelihood of brittle or cracked hooves. Avocado oil penetrates deeply into keratin layers and provides essential nutrients, supporting the development of strong and supple hooves.

The mixture of eucalyptus, tea tree, lime, and oregano oils contribute to overall hoof health by offering antimicrobial, antifungal, and antibacterial properties that combat various potential threats to your horse's feet. Eucalyptus oil invigorates blood flow for increased healing capabilities. Tea tree oil acts as a natural antiseptic that helps prevent infections. Lime’s astringent property helps tighten the hoof wall and its high antioxidant content assists in damage repair. Lastly, oregano oil protects against fungal infections such as white line disease.

All Of Our Wellness Products Are

Paraben Free

Cruelty Free

Pesticide Free


Cold Pressed Oils

Chemical Preservatives Free


Herb Blends

Between prevention and maintenance lies disease. In Ayurveda, the stage of active pathologies expressed as symptoms is referred to as a Vikriti (Phenotype). It represents the body's expression of all that is in unrest, such as skin diseases, recurrent respiratory issues, behavioral concerns, and perpetual ulcers.

A custom protocol is needed when there is an existing condition which is not responding to allopathic treatment or when there is a need for a more specific approach.