Injury & Wound Treatment For Dogs And Cats
January 10, 2012
We recommend having Corigem® cream and spray in every first aid kit. If you take your dog or cat to any competition events, you should have two first aid kits, one in your home, and one for the road in case there's an injury away from home. Corigem® comes in several sizes perfect for traveling and portable first aid kits.
Corigem® also guarantees that it will not cause disqualification from any sanctioned competition regulations. Corigem® cream and spray is safe to be ingested, and should be reapplied if licked or washed off.
For injury and wound treatment for dogs and cats we recommend applying Corigem® cream or spray 2-3 times a day to affected areas until desired results are obtained. Corigem® also works extremely well on post surgical sites. For injuries or wounds to the legs, we recommend soaking your animals legs in water diluted with liquid Corigem®. This will assist in the healing of all cuts, abrasions, scratches and general soreness from exercise or play.
Fast Help For Ringworm For Your Dog Or Cats
January 9, 2012
Corigem® is the perfect product to always have in your home. Corigem® products are easy to use because they can be used around the eyes and mouth without any irritation. Once you have identified that your dog or cat has a case of ringworm, treat immediately with Corigem spray and Corigem cream
Spray affected area 2 to 3 times a day, after the spray dries, apply Corigem cream to any open wounds or scabby areas. Continue this for 2 to 3 weeks or until symptoms disappear. By the 3rd week you should start to see re-growth of hair. Traditional treatments today takes 6 to 8 weeks to get rid of ringworm, using Corigem® you will see results by the 3rd week with new fur beginning to grow back.
Corigem For Skin Allergies For Dogs And Cats
January 8, 2012
Corigem® spray and Corigem® cream can help soften the annoying miserable symptoms your dog and cat has from their allergies. Many dog and cat owners have reported almost immediate relief.
Apply spray 2-3 times a day to any affected areas, use cream on any open wounds or scabby areas, or in between spray applications. While it doesn't eliminate the animal's allergy, the product helps soothe the symptoms. The length of time it will take to soothe the skin will depend on how bad the allergy is and the strength of the animal's immune system.
What Can I Do To Help My Dogs Hot Spots & Skin Irritations?
January 7, 2012
Spray affected area 2 to 3 times a day until symptoms disappear. Apply Corigem® cream 2-3 times a day to any open wounds or scabby areas after the Corigem® spray dries. After the hot spot clears up, you will start to see the re-growth of hair if you continue using the Corigem® cream to the bald areas.
My Dog Keeps Getting Fungal Ear Infections, What Can I Do?
January 6, 2012
To help your dogs fungal ear problems use Corigem® spray. Corigem® works well at soothing and cleaning up a fungal infected ear. Corigem® will help reduce the swelling and inflammation while giving the dog relief from the discomfort.
Spray Corigem® onto a clean gauze and gently clean the ear 2 to 3 times a day. Apply cream to any visible sores. Although the ear might improve in a few days, continue to follow this protocol for a full 7 days.
How To Prevent Fungus On Dogs & Cats
January 5, 2012
To accelerate the healing of skin fungus on dogs and cats, we recommend using liquid Corigem® spray to the affected area 2-3 times a day until symptoms disappear. As a preventative, spray animals down after a workout on a daily basis. Also be sure to clean all equipment used on the infected animals using Corigem® spray. When using Corigem® on any wounds healing time may vary depending on the severity and the strength of the animals immune system.
For infections and fungus of the ears, spray Corigem® onto a clean gauze then gently clean the ear 2-3 times a day. Gently apply Corigem® cream to any visible sores or redness. Although the ear might improve in a few days, continue use for a full 7 days to ensure the fungus is completely gone.
Corigem® cream and sprays consist of a proprietary blend of Brazilian extracts with Corigem® Propolis that soothes the skin while gently killing infectious bacteria. To promote faster healing in skin affected with fungus, yeast overgrowth , bug bites, open sores, and wounds apply Corigem® 3 times per day.
How To Prevent Fungus On Horses
October 20, 2011
Regular grooming is the best way to keep a close eye on any problems popping up on your horse's skin, especially if your animal has suffered from wounds and open sores in the past. If you do spot a problem, make sure you treat it immediately with Corigem®. Coriem® spray and creams are the best way to combat your horse's exposure to fungus, and when used properly it will stop the spread of infection and the sources of the fungus. Since fungus can be passed by contact from horse to horse, or horse to human, be sure to clean all equipment used on the infected animals using Corigem® spray. Corigem® also discourages flies and insects from the areas where applied minimizing the risk of further contamination.
To prevent fungus on horses we recommend keeping your animal in a dry, well vented area. Use liquid Corigem® spray anywhere you need to kill the fungal organisms. Corigem® cream and sprays consist of a proprietary blend of Brazilian extracts with Corigem® Propolis that soothes the skin while gently killing infectious bacteria. To promote faster healing in skin affected with fungus, bug bites, open sores, and wounds apply Corigem® 3 times per day.
Injury & Wound Treatment For Horses
October 19, 2011
Anyone who owns a horse or equine needs to be prepared for the event of wound or injury. Horses often get hurt or injured in the normal course of the day, and even the healthiest horses can even suffer from saddle girth. Horses are also known run into things, step on sharp objects, and get scraped and cut from barbed wire, nails, and fencing. When you’re faced with deep cuts, puncture wounds, or open sore injuries, your animal is depending on you to provide them with the best possible treatment around, that’s why we recommend having Corigem® cream and spray in every first aid kit. If your horse does any traveling, you should have two first aid kits, one in the stable, and one in the trailer in case there's an injury away from home. Corigem® comes in several sizes perfect for traveling and portable first aid kits.
Corigem® is unlike most wound and infection applications because it is consists purely of natural botanicals that will not cause any damage to healthy tissue when applied. Corigem® is a one step application that can be used by spraying, mixing with water and immersing, or massaging into the affected area. It can also be used with a compress, poultice or plaster. Because of its natural botanical ingredients it is safe to be applied with other treatments. Corigem® also guarantees that it will not cause disqualification from any sanctioned competition regulations. Corigem® cream and spray is safe to be ingested, and should be reapplied if licked or washed off.
For injury and wound treatment for horses we recommend applying Corigem® cream or spray 2-3 times a day to affected areas until desired results are obtained. Corigem® also works extremely well on post surgical sites. Clinical studies have also found that Corigem® immediately sooths pain associated with burns. For injuries or wounds to the legs, we recommend soaking your animals legs in water diluted with liquid Corigem®. This will assist in the healing of all cuts, abrasions, scratches and general soreness from exercise or play.
How To Get Rid Of Skin Fungus On Horses
October 18, 2011
Corigem® is a convenient general purpose topical spray for horses that kills fungus, germs and microorganisms on contact. Corigem® is the right choice for all types od skin fungus including open sores, wounds, scratches, skin rashes, infections, and itchy manes and tails. Corigem® is effective against bacteria because we only use the highest quality of raw propolis available. Propolis is natures antibiotic, a natural protector, produced by bees for over 40 million years. It has been called the strongest natural antiseptic known to man and kills bacteria, fungi, and viruses on contact. Corigem® is also the right choice for skin fungus because it prevents scaring because it is all natural and uniquely balanced to speed healing.
To get rid of skin fungus on horses we recommend using liquid Corigem® spray to the affected area 2-3 times a day until symptoms disappear. As a preventative, spray animals down after a workout on a daily basis. Also be sure to clean all equipment used on the infected animals using Corigem® spray. Trainers have found it works well to cut down on cross contamination in stables. When using Corigem® on scratches healing time may take longer depending on the severity and the strength of the animals immune system.
For infections and fungus of the ear, spray Corigem® onto a clean gauze then gently clean the ear 2-3 times a day. Apply Corigem® cream to any visible sores. Although the ear might improve in a few days, continue use for a full 7 days to ensure the fungus is completely gone.
How To Prevent & Treat Cracked Hooves On Horses
October 17, 2011
One of the common problems horses face in their lifetime are hoof problems and hoof diseases like hoof thrush, hoof abscess, and cracked hooves or cracked hoof. While some cracks are superficial, others can rapidly worsen damaging sensitive hoof structures beneath the hardened outer covering of the hoof. When using Corigem® for cracked hooves our studies have produced miraculous results.
To prevent and treat cracked hooves on horses we recommend using Corigem® cream. The anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and anti-fungal properties of Corigem® is ideal for the treatment of cracked hoofs of all equines. Corigem® also prevents scaring because it is all natural and uniquely balanced to work with animals immune system. We’re proud to say that Corigem® is safe, trusted and endorsed by veterinarians, breeders, trainers, handlers, and professional groomers worldwide.
Wound & Burn Treatment For Horses
October 16, 2011
According to M.E. Ensminger, a Ph.D. internationally recognized in animal agriculture, horses are more accident prone than any other class of domestic animal. Even the most careful owner will at one time or another need to treat his horse for some type of wound.
There are six kinds of wounds an equid can suffer from; abrasions, contusions, incisions, lacerations, punctures and burns. Most wounds can be treated by the horses owner unless they involve the eye, or deeper tissues such as tendons, muscles joints, and, of course, bones. In these cases it is recommended a veterinarian be called. For all other wounds, clinical studies have found that Corigem immediately soothes the pain associated with wounds and burns, and increases healing time. Corigem has also been shown to kill pain on abrasions, stitches and post surgical procedures. Beyond that our tests have shown a reduction in inflammation and infections, eliminating the need for medications or antibiotics.
Thankfully as a horse owner you can treat most minor wounds yourself. For treating wounds & burns to horses we recommend applying Corigem cream or spray 2-3 times a day to affected areas until desired results are obtained. Corigem works extremely well on cuts, scratches or just general soreness. Not only will Corigem help boost the immunity of the skin, it protects new skin from complications during healing. Using Corigem for your horses wounds will ensure they heal faster without scarring.
Corigem Propolis Products
October 15, 2011
Propolis is a resin-like material that honey bees collect from tree buds, sap flows, and other botanical sources. Bees use it as sealant for unwanted open spaces and small gaps in their hive. Propolis also adds protection to the hive by preventing diseases and parasites from entering the hive due to its antibiotic properties inhibiting bacterial growth. Propolis also has a long history of medicinal use dating back to 350 B.C., but unfortunately propolis is rarely available in its pure form, that is until now!
Corigem Animal Products is proud to introduced our full line of propolis products for the animal world. Corigem propolis products come in the form of both a spray and a cream. Since Corigem is dedicated to providing the highest quality of raw propolis available, so you can be certain that the healing capabilities will be greater than anything else on the market today. Corigem is the finest propolis in the world because it is harvested directly from the hives of Brazilian honey bees.
All of our propolis is completely free from environmental toxins such as lead, mercury and pesticides. The appearance of Brazilian honey bees combined with the unique biodiversity of this region results in an incredible synergy of nature. This combination results in propolis 5 times richer in bioflavonoids, amino acids, and other complex medicinal compounds than propolis harvested from anywhere else in the world. These unique natural ingredients are the key components which make Corigem so powerful in the healing process of the products it is utilized in.
A Fast Cure For Horse Skin Fungus
October 14, 2011
There are several types of fungi that cause skin lesions to your horse. Finding a topical skin treatment for your equines that eliminate skin fungus such as hoof thrush, staph infection, rain rot relief, ringworm, and white line disease is a very important factor for adequate equine care. This is why Corigem® is the perfect product to always have with you in your trailer, barn, truck or home. Corigem® can not only be used as preventative measure for fungus, but also a disinfectant for your saddles, reigns and equipment. Corigem® products are easy to use because they can be used around the eyes and mouth without any irritation. Corigem® has also been proven to assist with treating wire cuts, lacerations, scrapes, punctures, cracked heels, and more. Corigem’s® all natural industry-leading formula works in synergy with the animal's own immune system to help cure all skin funguses on horses.
Fungal Treatments For Horses
October 13, 2011
Fungal dermatitis is a common problem for horses during the warm summer, and rainy seasons of the year. Horses, ponies, mules, donkeys and other domesticated equines require special attention from humans for optimal health and long life. The presence of fungal organisms on your horse’s skin can cause irritation, itching, and even open sores. It is also important realize that skin that appears to be perfectly normal may be infected. When it comes to the treatment of fungal conditions, research shows Corigem® offers antiseptic, antibiotic, antibacterial, antifungal, and even antiviral properties to help. Corigem® is nature's premiere preventive through its proprietary blend of Brazilian Propolis demonstrating strong antimicrobial properties against bacterial and fungal infestations. Using Corigem® as a fungal treatment for your equines will not only help increase healing time, but give them optimal health prolonging their life.
For fungal treatment for horses we recommend putting your animal in a dry, well vented area. Clean the affected area very well once daily with an antibacterial soap. Let soap soak for ten minutes, rinse and dry thoroughly. Then apply Corigem® cream and/or spray twice daily. Be sure to clean all equipment that may have come in contact with any affected skin area, then spray with liquid Corigem® to kill any fungal organisms. Horse trainers have found it works well to cut down on cross contamination, especially if you have horses with contagious skin issues. In severe cases antibiotics may be required. Please contact us with any questions, comments, feedback, or testimonials!
Rain Rot Treatments For Horses
October 12, 2011
Horses develop fungus's in many areas of their coat and body especially during the summer months and whenever precipitation increases. Treating such skin ailments is vital to their overall health and well being. When left untreated a simple fungal infection, can lead to a serious illness, if not death. In order to properly treat infections on equines such as Rain Rot, Mud Fever, Sweet Itch, Queensland Itch or Summer Itch, Corigem® cream and spray products should be used in combination. Corigem® animal products have been researched and proven to both treat and prevent fungal problems on all animals no matter the size of the infection or wound.
In order for rain rot and fungal treatment to be successful, you must kill the fungal organisms eliminating itching and scratching so the equine will not further traumatize the skin. Killing the fungal organisms will eliminate the inflammation and pain in the affected and surrounding tissues. When used as directed Corigem® will quickly heal Rain Rot, Mud Fever, and Queensland Itch, while preventing opportunistic fungus and bacteria from reinfecting the skin.
Corigem® has tested and researched for treatment of rain rot. For Rain Rot treatment for horses we recommend putting your animal in a dry, well vented area. Shave the affected area and clean very well once daily with an antibacterial soap. Let soap soak for ten minutes, rinse and dry thoroughly. Soften the scabs with Corigem® cream and then remove scabs when possible. Along with the cleaning, treat your animal with Corigem® cream twice daily. In severe cases antibiotics may be required. Be sure to clean all equipment that may have come in contact with any affected skin area, then spray with liquid Corigem® to kill any fungal organisms. Horse trainers have found it works well to cut down on cross contamination, especially if you have horses with contagious skin issues.
We also recommend spraying your horse down with liquid Corigem® after each workout as a preventative method to help alleviate rain rot and girth itch. Corigem® has also been found to be relaxing and soothing for muscle soreness as well as discourage flies and insects from the areas where applied.
The power of Corigem® to help in the treatment of rain rot for horses works because Corigem® Animal Products uses only the highest quality of raw propolis available. Our facilities in Brazil supply propolis harvested from the hives of Brazilian honey bees. The healing properties of propolis come from a combination of resins and essential oils produced by bees to protect and sterilize the hive. These constituents interact with animal chemistry to soothe allergies and skin ailments, inhibit bacterial infection caused by burns, cuts, scrapes, and respiratory problems. Since fungus is ever present in the environment, reinfection during certain times of the year is common. If you have any questions or concerns regarding Rain Rot or fungal dermatitis in your equines, please contact us at anytime.
Ringworm Treatment For Horses
October 11, 2011
Equine ringworm, or dermatophytosis, is a fungal infection of a horse's skin, hair or hooves. Ringworm is not actually a worm but a fungal infection of the skin. It can be introduced into the skin through abrasions and will cause inflammation with a crusty, flaky, round, hairless area. Ringworm is a common problem with horses because it can be passed by contact from horse to horse, or horse to human. The infection can also be transmitted through stall bedding, riding saddles and reigns. There are many treatment options used by veterinarians, most include antibiotics which could take months to complete. Our studies have found that using Corigem® for ringworm is the safest and most effective way to treat skin affected with fungal infections such as ringworm.
Corigem® is formulated to eliminate the cause of equine ringworm, it conditions and protects the skin and hair around the damaged area, promoting healthy skin and maximum hair growth. Corigem® is 100% all-natural and is safe to use on all equines. It is proven to show superior results for ringworm and is an important component to your horse’s health and happiness.
For ringworm treatment for horses we recommend applying Corigem® cream or spray to the affected area 2-3 times a day for 7-10 days or until symptoms disappear or desired results are obtained. The goal is to contain the ringworm and keep other horses and the stable environment uncontaminated. If you handle other horses, be sure to treat the affected animal last and wash your hands thoroughly. Because fungal infections tend to grow in dark and moist places, make sure the horse has dry bedding and adequate exposure to sunlight during and after infection.