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Veterinarian Creates All-Purpose, Honey-Based Remedy to Promote Fast Healing in Horses
For the Treatment of Sunburn, Dermatitis, Allergic Reactions, Hot Spots, Thrush, Saddle Sores, Cuts and Abrasions, Skin Infections, Catastrophic Wounds
With a unique blend of honey—an ancient remedy for the treatment of infected wounds—and natural healing ingredients, MeliHeal helps prevent infection, repair damaged tissue and encourage skin growth. It has proven an effective treatment for a wide range of equine ailments—from skin infections and allergic reactions to catastrophic wounds and soft-tissue injuries.
“As a veterinarian to the horse industry for years, I’ve seen every kind of cut, abrasion and open wound there is,” Dr. Detamore says. “Oftentimes, these injuries are challenging to treat—bandages won’t stick, sutures are impossible, and most topical products just won’t adhere to the wound.
“That’s why I developed MeliHeal. With a soothing combination of honey and essential oils, MeliHeal’s anti-microbial properties encourage fast healing, even in the most severe cases. And its composition allows it to readily adhere to the wound site, forming a protective barrier to prevent infection.”
MeliHeal’s unique combination of ingredients promotes healing by encouraging the growth of healthy cells and the re-growth of proper tissue—not brittle scar tissue or “proud flesh,” which is inflexible and difficult to combat once established.
MeliHeal is made up of three primary ingredients—
For more information and customer testimonials, visit www.meliheal.com.
About the MeliHeal Inventor
Cheryl L. Detamore, DVM, has practiced equine medicine for over 10 years, including a stint specializing in Thoroughbred horses in the heart of Kentucky’s horse country. A graduate of the Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Detamore now practices in Virginia and West Virginia. She has written about equine health for Western Horseman magazine.
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MeliHeal is an all-natural, honey-based healing salve formulated by a veterinarian to encourage fast healing.