EquiClay Wound Care and Skin Conditions


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EquiClay Wound Care and Skin Conditions.

Studies on mineral clay and its natural abilities to heal wounds and skin problems have been confirmed in many research papers. Although Veterinary advice must be sort on severe problems, in many cases, many problems can be resolved using EquiClay Pelotherapy for Wounds & Skin.

Pelotherapy treatments can be used for immediate assisted treatment and for Post Care treatment and can often cut recovery time dramatically.

Most volcanic clays have natural anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. Our clay offers ongoing protection against a broad spectrum of bacterial and fungal invasions which is often the cause of infected wounds and infected skin.

The Clay also caps the wound therefore making it difficult for flies to get in and disturb the healing process.

EquiClay is great to have on hand for any type of aliments to do with the skin. An extra bonus is the soothing effect that is felt when the clay is applied.

No matter how well we care for our horses, they are prone to having an injury here and there. From a gash, scratch, puncture wounds, gaping wounds (when stitches come out), infected wounds, kicks, bites and then the skin conditions – sweet itch, rain scald, sarcoid, greasy heel etc. Then most often we reach for the sprays and creams, different ones for different problems. Most are chemical based (can sting when applied on open wounds/skin) and which also kill all the good bacteria and can prolong healing. Many horse owners look for a more natural option for treatments and Clay contains abundant minerals that assist in healing.


  • Anti-bacterial & Anti-fungal
  • Pain Relief
  • Draws out infections
  • Assists with Inflammation
  • Promotes Healing
  • Wounds – Open wounds, infected wounds, gashes , punctures and wounds that are difficult to stitch or where stitches have come out .
  • Skin Issues – rashes/ irritated skin , sweet itch , mange, greasy heel(mudfever), rain scald  , insect bites , sarcoids , allergic reactions

How to use:

Make a clay poultice by mixing 3 scoops Clay to 1 scoop water in a non- metal container. Add a little more water if too thick or clay powder if too thin. Mix by hand to a nice soft clay paste.

Apply the poultice at least 1cm thick over complete wound and leave to dry. Skin conditions – A thinner poultice can be spread over area. Easy to remove however do not disturb the wound or affected area should some clay remain, apply once or twice (or three times) a day until results are observed.

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