Kuritch 500ml Spray
Kuritch 500ml Spray
KURITCH 500ML SPRAY
Repels insects and soothes irritated skin of horses, to allow a quicker healing process to begin.
Made with a unique formation of citronella oil, deet, camphor oil, and eucalyptus oil. Formulated to be low irritant, rain & sweat resistant.
Kuritch is used to repel nuisance insects on horses which have wounds or Queensland Itch, including House Fly Stable Fly Midgees and Sand-flies.
Great to have in your grooming kit for all occasions.
KURITCH won’t “sting” your horse.
KURITCH “repels” nuisance insects including:
- Stable Fly
- Midges and Sandflies
- House Flies
- It also aids in the control of QLD Itch and Equine Allergic Dermatitis
Its “unique” formula is enhanced by:
- Citronella oil – A natural repellent.
- Deet – A powerful and highly effective repellent.
- Camphor oil – Naturally relieves itchy and irritated skin.\
- Eucalyptus oil – A natural antiseptic
- Rain and sweat resistant
- Low irritant formula (alcohol-free)
This combination not only repels insects but soothes the irritated skin to allow the healing process to begin
KURITCH can be applied to surface wounds, minor cuts and skin abrasions to help prevent irritation and possible infection by nuisance insects.
Queensland Itch, Sweet Itch, Summer Eczema and Equine allergic dermatitis are names for distressing skin conditions which affects horses in spring and summer months throughout Australia and around the world.
The usual cause is a hypersensitivity to the bites of flies (in particular sand flies or midges).
While the bite of the flies are an irritation, some horses develop sensitivity to the bite and will rub themselves so much that they cause injury to their skin.
Research shows the cause is an allergic reaction to the chemicals in the saliva of the midges (as with humans).
Not only that, but once or twice a day, stable flies come to the horse, feed vigorously for a minute or two, and then return to the shade to digest their food. These bites can cause intense irritation in some horses. The bites appear as small raised lumps with a central scab.
The effects on the horses can be dramatic. They suffer intense pruritus (itchiness) on the mane, tail, face, ears, back and legs, resulting in biting, rubbing, hair loss, self-trauma and a change of temperament. They become miserable and irritable.
Registered by the APVMA in Australia for over 40 years, extensive field experience has proven KURITCH to be a most effective solution for both preventing and healing distressing skin conditions caused by biting insects.
As well as KURITCH as a repellent, environmental management will also assist in protecting your horse.
Midges breed near stagnant water. As they don’t fly more than a few hundred metres from their breeding area, housing or paddocking your horses more than 500 metres from those areas will reduce their exposure to the flies.
Also rugging, hooding or stabling your horses between the hours of 4pm – 7am during spring and summer will limit the contact of the flies.
Quit-Itch™ works as a broad-spectrum antiseptic skin treatment for treating various skin conditions on horses and dogs.
Quit-Itch™ can be used as a shampoo or applied directly to the affected area*. Australian Made and Owned
Quit-Itch™ Antiseptic Lotion:
- ContainsIodine known for its antiseptic, antibacterial and antifungal properties
- Boasts a potent formula to keep bacterial and fungal growth at bay
- Can also be used as an emergency treatment for superficial wounds
- Relieves itching and rubbing caused by:
*If the wound is serious, please consult your veterinarian.