Centaura anti-mosquito spray (for us and for the horses)
Dacryosérum and anti-biotic eye ointment Ophtalon
Adhesive and cohesive bandages
Sulmidol anti-biotic ointment: good healing ointment, very greasy, keeps flies off
Cothivet : wound spray; keeps insects off
Vetebiol gel (originally Vegebom) : very good protection against simulidæ in the ears, and for the areas of friction before we had the talcum powder
Butox : insecticide and insectifuge to be diluted, carried with a small bottle, a sponge and disposable gloves. Ideal against tick invasions, but was not needed in the end!
Sachets of chlorhexidine for diluting
Tubes of grains :
arnica montana – for bruising and bleeding
apis mellifica – for envenomation inflammation
histaminum – for allergies
phosphorus – 9CH for Nathalie for vertigo
Traumasedyl ampoules – for the horses for contusions
Talcum powder – bought en route after advice by our friend Sylvie; to avoid friction on the horses: under the girth, the breast collar, the breeching, saddle pressure points and the saddle bags. The talc was applied before each saddling uo.