A unique, mentholated topical analgesic gel in an aloe vera base which helps provide temporary relief from pain and stiffness in muscles and joints. Trainers Choice 5000 benefits the equine athlete before and after exercise by increasing blood flow and circulation in the muscles. This gel is versatile: use as a liniment and brace, mix with water and use as a body wash, and use with ice to produce an effective freeze. Its safe to use under bandages and wraps. Does not contain polyethylene glycol. American Livestock Supply, Inc. has taken great care in assembling this label information. But, due to the possibility of human error or manufacture label changes, American Livestock Supply, Inc. disclaims responsibility for use or misuse of this product. Before use, always read and follow the manufacturer's label on the physical product. TRAINERS CHOICE 5000. Veterinary Liniment Gel with Menthol and Aloe Vera as an aid in the temporary relief of minor stiffness and soreness caused by overexertion. For use on performance horses. Originally formulated for racehorses, Trainers Choice 5000 is a unique veterinary liniment gel with menthol and aloe vera. From the Developers of Flexall 454. INDICATION: As an aid in the temporary relief of minor stiffness and soreness caused by overexertion. DIRECTIONS: Generously apply Trainers Choice 5000 and gently work the product into the coat. The areas to be treated may be washed down with warm water prior to application. Use before and after exercise and repeat as necessary. Will not cause positive result in post-competition drug testing. INGREDIENTS: Menthol (7%) in a special aloe vera gel base also containing alcohol, allantoin, aloe vera gel, boric acid, carbomer 940, diazolidinyl urea, eucalyptus oil, glycerin, iodine, methylparaben, methyl salicylate, peppermint oil, polysorbate 60, potassium iodide, propylene glycol, propylparaben, thyme oil, triethanolamine, water. WARNINGS: For animal use only. Store in a cool place. For external use only. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, call a physician or contact a poison control center. Keep away from eyes and mucous membranes, broken or irritated skin. Application for several days in a row under wraps may cause blistering of the skin. If excessive irritation develops, discontinue treatment and consult a veterinarian. Do not bandage tightly. If lameness persists, discontinue use. Vigorous massage may cause scurfing and blistering. Not for use in horses intended for food. QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS: Contact Ari-Med Pharmaceuticals. Tempe, AZ 85281-3257 USA. 1-800-527-4923. 1-602-966-9802.