Tuttles

Tuttles Elexer Liniment 16 oz

Item# 6833
4.85
$13.95 - $14.95
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Tuttle's Elexer relieves soreness and stiffness from overexertion and training. 

Product Details:

  • Relieves the soreness experienced by overexertion during training and competition
  • Natural blend of herbs and oils
  • Soothes cool, tired, sore muscles while stimulating blood circulation
  • Doesn't expose the horse and handler to harmful chemicals.
  • Gentle enough to use daily as a leg brace or add 4.5 ounces to your horse's rinse water for a soothing body wash after a race or workout.
  • Essential oils will leave your horse's coat glossy and bright without an oily residue.
  • 16 oz

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
4.85

(based on 11 reviews)

By
June 04, 2017
5.05
"The smell keeps bringing me back. Great body brace after training and racing. "
By
Warwick, NY
June 03, 2017
5.05
"Back in the 70's when I trained Standardbreds at the track I used Tuttles as a brace and in the wash water after a race. Always loved how it relaxed my horses. Now I use it on my 17.2 hand Dressage warmblood before he starts his training in the mornings by placing a hot towel across his lower back that has been soaked in a little hot water and about 4 oz of Tuttles. It has made a huge difference in how relaxed and supple he is behind. Loved it before and love it again!"
By

April 12, 2016
5.05
"This is the best product ever invented and I cannot find anyone who stocks it in British Columbia. Can anyone help?"
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April 12, 2016
5.05
"Very good linament. i put some in the warm bath water with some baby oil and rinse the horses with it. They feel good and it helps sore muscles especially after a workout or a race."
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April 12, 2016
5.05
"I have used Tuttles on and off for several years to reduce back soreness/muscle strain from competition. I always dilute it with water and use it to cool horses off after runs."