Draw It Out 16oz GEL

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The high potency gel formula of our product.  This version is 125% of what the concentrate is at full strength.  Odorless and colorless, it is the no mess alternative to many products.  This formula stays where you put it and can be used under pads, boots, wraps and other therapeutic products.  Wrapping over this formula can help to keep the product in place although it is not necessary.  Apply as often as you can and be sure to rub with the grain of the hair to make sure this deep penetrating gel can get where it needs to go.  Our gel is thicker than most other products on the market which helps it stay in place where you put it.  No more rubber gloves!  The best part of DiO is you don't have to worry if you get it on your skin.  It is 100% safe if you come into contact with it and will not hurt the animal if accidentally ingested.  Our formula is a proprietary mineral blend based around an epsom salt profile to create a dynamic horse health product.

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What's in DiO?

DiO is an unique product that harnesses the anti-inflammatory and anti-pain properties of minerals in a deep penetrating formula that when combined with our epsom salts profile creates a product with the ability to quickly and effectively reduce pain and swelling without carriers or chemicals.  With no active ingredient DiO goes on gently with no heating, cooling or tingling.  This gentle application ensures DiO's ability to be used under pads, wraps & boots without burning or blistering.  DiO is also odorless and colorless so there is no clean up.  It goes on non-greasy and dries clear ensuring there is no mess like traditional poultices or liniments.

Proven. Safe. Effective.

DiO Ingredients

  • Water

  • Sodium

  • Chloride

  • Magnesium

  • Sulfate

  • Potassium

  • DiO Proprietary Trace Mineral Blend*


    *The DiO Proprietary trace mineral blend is comprised of over 170 different minerals, each of which contain natural anti-inflammatory & pain relief properties. When combined, these minerals create a complete equine pain management solution.

Concentrate Directions

SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING.   Normal Mixture: 30% DiO; 70% Water. Use cold water if injury is within 2-3 hours, otherwise use hot/warm water.Enhanced Mixture:50% DiO; 50% Water. Use cold water if injury is within 2-3 hours, otherwise use hot/warm water.Soak Wrap in the recommended mixture. Wrap affected areas, keeping wrap moist. Use remaining mixture to keep wrap moist by using a spray bottle or syringe. Recommended application time: 36-48 hours. 

GEL Directions

Legs - To reduce swelling and relieve pain rub DiO up to 3-4 times daily. Wrapping after application is recommended but not necessary. Rub gel with grain of hair.  Back, Shoulders & Flank - To reduce stiffness and soreness Rub on daily. Can be used under saddle during events or training.Abscess - Apply a generous amount to affected area then cover with wrap or boot overnight.

All of our ingredients are locally sourced and consist of the highest available quality.

DiO Results

Before

Before

The Story...

The image on the left is of a customer's Horse's leg who suffers from chronic swelling.  Though the cause of the swelling is unknown and many varying methods were utilized to try and help this horse nothing seemed to work. DiO was able to help reduce the inflammation in a dramatic way.  These results were achieved after 2 24hr applications of DiO GEL.  The swelling does occasionally return but when it does DiO is there to bring the leg back down to normal.

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After

After

Here is the same leg after 2 24hr applications of DiO Gel. To ensure the product stayed in place an Ace bandage and vet wrap was used


DiO is a versatile product that allows for a reduction of heat, swelling and pain. It can be utilized as a wrap like in the images above or as a spray as seen in the thermal images below. Each application helps to quickly and effectively reduce hot muscles, pain from over exertion and swelling. Results will vary depending on use. When using the concentrate, the stronger ratio used the faster DiO will work for you. Most people utilize a 50/50 mixture for soreness treatment and 70/30 (Water/DiO) for preventative applications. Our gel version works fast and stays where you put it. Often, a single application of the gel will net discernable results in a matter of hours. Results will also vary from injury to injury and often a reduction in pain is hard to notice with an untrained eye. DiO is also 100% safe to use on open wounds.

Draws Out Heat

Above is the hip of a horse after competing at the Pinto World Show in Tulsa. The outside temperature was well over 100 degrees. You can see that the area we sprayed down with DiO cooled off Dramatically within just a few minutes. We utilized a 50/50 mixture that was kept in the grooming cart at the stalls.

Works on Legs Too...

We also utilize the soaked wraps method and wrapped the back legs. You can see that as well as firming up the legs and removing any discomfort that may have came about from the event DiO also helped cool the legs. The picture on the right is after 15min of a 50/50 solution application with polo wraps. Greater results could be achieved by utilizing ice boots.


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  • so I'm a barrel racer and I'm going to a 7 day clinic and I was wondering would this help

    Draw It Out would certainly help you out at a long clinic like that. Our concentrate formula would be perfect to spray the back and shoulders down in the mornings and evenings to keep your horse fresh. You could also use it right before and after the clinic in the same way.  If you will be stalling on concrete, applying the gel to the legs would help keep your horses legs fresh and tight. The gel is great any time you have a horse confined to extended standing.  The best part is theory is no cleanup. You can just let DiO dry with no need to wash it off before entering the arena. 

  • My mare is having hock issues and needs to be injected for maintenance purposes. If I apply this before and after a run will that help her hock problems and help her feel better when we run? Also, what's the difference between the gel and the concentrate and which one would you recommend for my mare I talked about above? Thank you!

    Thanks for contacting us! Applying DiO would help your hockey issues. It won't replace the injections but will help with the overall issue. DiO will help her feel great when running. Our product is designed to help combat soreness and can be used pre and post race.  Using our products before helps keep horses from getting as sore as they normally would and using after will reduce the inflammation and pain even further. The major difference between concentrate and gel is potency and application. The concentrate is great to mix into a spray bottle and spray down big areas like backs chests and shoulders. It's quick and easy to apply but you will get some run off of the product. Most folks will mix this at 50/50 though the stronger you mix the more effective the product is. The gel is super easy to use for legs or areas you can't wrap. It stays where you put it and is about 125% of the potency of the concentrate at full strength. It's not quite as cost effective but is easy to use and you get less waste because it stays in place. Either version of DIO can be used with or with out wraps depending on your preference. For the hock issues I would recommend the gel due to its higher potency and the fact that it stays in place. 

  • Are you supposed to use the gel and the concentrate together or separate? How much is the bundle package for the both of them and the sprayer (is this the sprayer that's out of stock)?

    Hi! 

    The gel and concentrate are different versions of the same product. The gel is designed to. Be used on legs and other spot application areas while the concentrate is great as a spray. It is wonderful for large areas such as backs and shoulders. The 16oz Sprayer is currently out of stock but our new Flairasol bottle is available as an alternative. When using the concentrate remember that the stronger you mix the faster it will work. Most folks mix at a 50/50 ratio with is easy to do in just about any spray bottle. 

    Hope this helps! 

    DiO

  • My horse has SI issues and I was wondering if I can apply this directly to his back and hips to help with sore tight muscles.

    You sure can apply this directly to your horses back and hips. The gel is a great option because it stays where you put it and is a bit more potent. The concentrate is also a great option (my preference) because I can spray on which is a bit easier than massaging the gel in sometimes. If you go with the concentrate I would mix at a 50/50 or stronger just to ensure it is strong enough for your issue. The gel is more potent and may net better over all results but can be more cumbersome to apply and is moderately more expensive.

    Hope this helps!

  • Can I use dio on an stone Bruise foot? His frog is very sore

    You sure can! Some folks like to soak gauze in the concentrate (50/50 or higher) pack the hoof then wrap. You can use a syringe to keep this moisture for a longer application though changing the wrap regularly may be best.  Other folks will apply the gel (my favorite) liberally directly on the frog and wrap over it. Either way works great. You can also utilize the concentrate as a soak of you like though that can be a tougher and more time consuming process. 

  • I have a senior that has ringbone. Would this help to ease it in anyway. I just want to help him as much as I can

    It sure would help alleviate some of the swelling and painassociated with ringbone. For application on the pad tern I would recommend the gel formula. It is a bit more potent and much easier to keep in place. 

  • My thoroughbred mare gave herself a few scrapes on her hock and down her cannon bone. Her leg is swelled up, but not terrible, and she's not lame. Is it okay to use the gel around the scrapes to reduce the swelling?

    Yes! DiO is safe in and around open wounds. 

  • Have you ever heard of anyone using this product on a human, for muscle pain?

    Hi!

    We have heard of lots of our customers using DiO in that manner. While we can't officially recommend people use it on themselves it does sound like there are many people doing so and getting great results. 

    Hope this helps! 

  • Have 9 yr old QH barrel horse that due to an injury incurred 2 punctures to the tendon sheath of the hind leg. According to ultrasound those have healed & we are in week 3 of rehab, just walking, after having been on stall rest for 3 months. Sound moving, but still have obvious thickness in the tendon area. Would Dio maybe bring that down a little more?

    Hi!

    DiO would more than likely be able to help bring that down. It will also help with any pain that might be in the area. I would recommend the gel version and apply liberally 2-3 times daily. 

  • Can humans use this product?

    Hi!

    While we can't officially recommend people use our products on themselves due to FDA regulations but we have had a number of our customers report it works great on themselves. DiO is non toxic and safe if you get it on your skin. 

    Hope this helps! 

  • Is this product safe to use according to USEF regulations?

    After extensive research when developing our products we are confident in saying that DiO is safe for competition under any circumstances.  We have sold thousands of bottles across all discliplines and have had no issues with drug testing or other restrictions.  That being said, we always recommend that anyone who is concerned with these types of issues double check with the governing body they are competing under.  While we do our absolute best to ensure our products are competition safe, the ever changing landscape of the horse industry can make this challenging.

    Hope this helps.