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Topicals for Dogs and Horses


Neuroquell® is not exclusively used on people.

Just like people, our pets have health issues. Below is a video of a dog owner using Neuroquell® for tick and black fly control. It also worked on White Line (fungus under the hoof) with a horse where the owner never thought the horse would walk again.


Topicals for Dogs and Horses

Neuroquell® is not exclusively used on people.

Just like people, our pets have health issues. Below is a video of a dog owner using Neuroquell® for tick and black fly control. It also worked on White Line (fungus under the hoof) with a horse where the owner never thought the horse would walk again.

Instead of using toxic pharmaceuticals on your loved pets, Neuroquell® will give you the peace of mind that you are using a safe, effective product.

We’d like to share some stories and testimonials from our customers who have used Neuroquell® on their dogs and horses. 

We do not recommend using on cats as they are extremely sensitive to essential oils.

[00:00:00.910] – Dr. John Bowers
My background, basically, is that I’ve been a horsefet for the last 20 years and been a vet for long as I’ve done anything else in my life. I came across this particular product, basically through a friend who asked my advice about about it, and I also then talked to the inventor of the product and what applications it may have had after that visual conversation. From that, I started developing this particular cream for as a wound healing movement and running clinical trials to see how effective it is.

[00:00:37.680] – Dr. John Bowers
Horses notoriety of pretty lousy at healing wounds, wounds on the body, not so bad wounds on the legs really terrible anywhere. The circulation rooms will be poor or extended, which seems to be below the carpet or the knee or below the hop or equivalent to our ankle, seems to have very poor healing properties. So since by starting running clinical trials with particular substance, it has been proved to be demonstrably better than anything else I’ve ever used. And I would think that in body wounds it’s cutting the healing time down by at least 30 40 50% on what expected normal wound healing would be in that particular area.

[00:01:21.290] – Terry
We had a horse had an accident a few months ago. It is actually ripped a hole and it’s underneath a skirt, probably by about eight inches by four. We had a couple of options to get it stitched or we get this miracle cream here and have it try it. Yeah. We decided to take the piece of skin off the horse and let the wide opening on it. And John bows to just grab a little bit of this cream, no more than a little bit on your two fingers, wipe it over this whole scar and around the edge of it.

[00:02:02.590] – Terry
Leave it for a week and then replied again, two weeks later we felt that it went from about an eight inch scar down to probably a six and six inch by four. Yeah. And then, as I said, we just kept on doing that for the next probably two to three weeks, and within probably five to six weeks it was down to probably two inches by an inch and practically healed up. And without a problem in the world.

[00:02:30.990] – Dr. John Bowers
I’ve been using it quite regularly. I advise people to either use the cream either once or twice a week in a very small amount on the wound. After actually cleaning the wound with a mild antiseptic. It’s not toxic to any of the tissues that are there and basically has been extraordinary in the way that it actually works. I think part of the way it works is to actually allow or encourage your skin to move in very quickly to cover the area. I’ve had a couple of lower leg worms and wounds on the heels of horses which have been healed extremely well.

[00:03:11.250] – Dr. John Bowers
It has been the application has been using a very small amount. You probably only need about something the size of your top is a thumbnail or fingernail to actually apply to a pretty broad area. The other thing about it, too, is your application is usually about twice a week with a big open wounds, only using about once a week.

[00:03:30.770] – Kevin Stockman for G. Gathercole
Yeah, an open cut, one on the near shore, the eight to ten inches wide. And John did so it up. He did so up. But the stitches came out or pulled out, and John is coming back onto this bike called miracle. Orgman. And to me, it is a miracle wingman. As I said before, it took eight nine ways was to Hill right up and no or anything like that.

[00:04:09.010] – Cathy
Yeah, we have an old horse. About ten years ago. He did exactly the same thing, just ran through a gate, caught his chest and ripped it open. We had to have that stitched. And as I said ten years later and you can still see it. The scar is still quite big, and we hadn’t locked up for over six months, and I think we had it rested twice. So the cost involved was huge. And then this new one that we used it on in a matter of six weeks, healed up to nothing, same sort of injury.

[00:04:43.650] – Cathy
So it is quite amazing what you can do with it.

[00:04:46.930] – Dr. John Bowers
The times involved in healing is assured, and it makes it better for the horse. There seems to be less pain when you’re using this. It has particular properties, I think, dull nerve endings, and therefore you don’t get a hold of a pain and application. It’s my basic product that I would tend to use for any form of wound healing, and it’s replaced a whole heap of other stuff that’s been around.


[00:00:00.070] – ROGER SALMONSON
Yeah, there’s one case where it happened to be with one of the big Indian tribes out Weston. The chief had a horse that was really in bad shape, and they asked me to come in and see if I could help it. Well, the horse saw me coming in there and he’s very nervous, and he could smell that. I smelled a little bit differently. And that’s the Norokwell.

[00:00:21.170] – ROGER SALMONSON
And I got near that horse. And boy, his ears went back and his eyes got open, boy. And he didn’t want anything to do with me. But he couldn’t lift his leg up. And the next thing would have been they would have sacrificed them.

[00:00:32.460] – ROGER SALMONSON
And that would have been the end of it. So I asked the chief if he had a pick. And he said, you get this horse’s foot up and pick all that stuff out. So we did and fill on the floor. It was white kind of looking material.

[00:00:47.290] – ROGER SALMONSON
And I said, here’s the bottle of Neuroquell, tip his foot up a little bit more and just pour it in there. Take the cap off, just pour it in there and hold it there. The horse smelled that and he almost went crazy. But he was bound up pretty good so he couldn’t move too much. And he said, Well, what do I do now?

[00:01:04.460] – ROGER SALMONSON
Hold this all night? I said, no, just let it down. And what’s next? Come back the next morning. So I did.

[00:01:10.830] – ROGER SALMONSON
And I had a few more bottles in Neuroquell with me, did the same thing. This time. The horse didn’t put his ears back. And he sort of said, Gee, I guess this is okay. Lifted it up, put it again.

[00:01:21.510] – ROGER SALMONSON
And then I had to leave. I had to come back home. This is in the Midwest. And about a week later, the chief called me up and he said, You’re not going to believe this. He said, I don’t know how to work these computer things here, but the horses out there walking a little bit of a limp.

[00:01:38.350] – ROGER SALMONSON
But walking with the other horses. I said, wow, that’s unbelievable. Two more weeks later, he called me up again and said, I wish I had a camera. You can’t believe it. My horse is almost trotting.

[00:01:51.410] – ROGER SALMONSON
And that was three or four years ago. And as far as I know, the horse is still doing well. And we even did it locally here with some horse lovers.

[00:02:03.390] – ROGER SALMONSON
I’ve got a friend who lives in Maine who has some coonhounds and black Labradors, and they are out there running, chasing rabbits and whatever they chase, they come back and he has four of them, five of them now. And whenever they come back, they’re just loaded with ticks, especially this year. For some reason, ticks are just all over the place. So he’s got to wash the dog, handpicked the ticks off, maybe take him a couple of hours. And he called me up.

[00:02:33.320] – ROGER SALMONSON
He says, what the heck can I do now? The black flies are coming out. Mosquitoes, he says, I don’t even want to take the dogs out anymore. I said, Well, put some of this Neuroquell on your face and around your neck, little on your hands, maybe touch them down on your pant’s leg somewhere and put some on. Just one of the dogs.

[00:02:51.210] – ROGER SALMONSON
Put some around his neck, just down his chest a little bit. And then from between his ears, down, maybe halfway to his back. And he said, Well, how about the Hind quarter? We don’t want to waste too much, Neuroquell let’s just see what happens.

[00:03:06.330] – ROGER SALMONSON
So we took the dogs out the next day, and they came back, and he took that dog first. He did put the Neuroquell on. He couldn’t find one tick. And I said, not one. He said, Believe me, I looked.

[00:03:19.990] – ROGER SALMONSON
I wanted to prove you wrong. So at the other dogs, the other dogs were just loaded. So he had to spend all that time doing again. I said, Well, how about all the black flies and the mosquitoes? And I’m sure he got some poison Ivy at the same time.

[00:03:33.200] – ROGER SALMONSON
He says, that stuff is weird. He says, I didn’t have any mosquitoes. The black flies didn’t come within a foot of me. I don’t understand what you’ve got there, but whatever it is, I need some more stuff.


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