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White Lightning

White Lightning Gel 60 ml

White Lightning Gel 60 ml

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White Lightning® is the active Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) solution to treat Thrush, Skin Fungus and White Line Disease. Chlorine Dioxide has been demonstrated to be bactericidal, fungicidal, virucidal and sporicidal while remaining harmless to healthy tissue.

White Lightning is available in Liquid or Gel forms.

The Gel version of the highly effective liquid White Lightning®. For the treatment of White Line Disease, Thrush, Scratches, Rain Rot and other skin fungus.

NO MIXING NECESSARY! The latest technology requires no mixing or dual syringes for application.

White Lightning® is safe to use, and unlike hypochlorite, does not produce toxic byproducts. Chlorine Dioxide is so safe, it is routinely added to orange juice and other consumer foods and beverages to kill contaminants and prevent spoilage. Chlorine Dioxide is even used by dentists in periodontal work. Not only is ClO2 safe, but it is up to seven times more effective than chlorine bleach.

Instructions for use:
For the treatment of skin fungus (greased heels, girth itch, ringworm,
minor abrasions, scratches, rain rot, etc). Does not discolor hair.
1. Clean the area, trim hair, remove dirt, etc.
2. Apply a coating of gel to affected area completely covering the area with the
gel. Protect from rubbing, etc., so that the gel stays on the area for 6-8 hours.
Apply 2-3 times/week for 3 weeks. Then 1-2 times/week until the area is completely healed. Two or three treatments should provide noticeable improvement.

For the treatment of White Line Disease and Thrush
1. Remove shoes and trim the hoof as necessary.
2. Scrape out affected area with a hoof pick, or similar implement, including frog
area in Thrush cases. Apply a coating of gel in the problem area, including
the deep central sulcus in Thrush cases.
3. Cover with shoe. Or, if barefoot or treating for Thrush, cover with gauze, then
plastic wrap and then duct tape or similar covering to allow gel to remain in
place for 6-8 hours. Treat 2-3 times/week for 4-6 weeks, then 1-2 times/week
until hoof has grown out completely or Thrush is no longer present. Can apply
2-3 times a month to keep fungal infections away.

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