WUNDER GEL is an easy-to-apply, chemical and alcohol-free protective film for the most awkward of areas. Ideal for use in heavily populated midge areas, it can also be used by riders and safely applied to other animals. Here is what the Editor of Equi-Ads had to say about this product: As they say in Scotland “Picture the scene” a humid day in September and I was off to tack up my horses to go out. When I arrived they were swishing their tails and stamping as the flies got to work on them. Fortunately I had a tub of Pro-Equine’s Wunder Gel. I had never used it before and was very impressed. The flies were actually crawling on the horses’ undercarriage when I started applying the gel. The gel is a mixture of Aloe Vera and Neem and, although it looks a bit like custard, it went on very easily and did not drip or run off. The literature that came with it said that it would be a protective film and indeed I watched flies hovering but not landing. Result: two happy horses, one delighted owner! Editor Equi-Ads. SCIENTISTS have turned to an Indian tree in the latest bid to beat the scourge of Scotland midges. A team of botanists and entomologists from Edinburgh University’s Centre for Tropical Veterinary Medicine is experimenting with new solutions to the persistent pest. Led by Dr Alison Blackwell, the Scots scientist believes the bloodsucking insect – tagged the west coast piranha – may have met its match in neem tree oil.
Cooling Aloe Vera Gel with Neem oil
Sweet-Itch, fly and midge repellent
Soothes irritated and sensitive areas