PRODUCT

Copper Hawk Natural Animal First Aid.

A natural veterinary ointment for all affected animal skin.

a topical barrier

Copper Hawk
Natural Animal First Aid

Copper Hawk Natural Animal First Aid

Made from all-natural herbal ingredients and petrolatum

Copper Hawk Natural Animal First Aid is a petrolatum-based infusion of 5 naturally occurring botanical extracts. Individually these traditionally-used herbs have been seen to accompany accelerated healing of affected skin such as wounds, burns, ulcers and support hair regrowth.

CH Natural First Aid®

A blend of botanical extracts which have been seen to accompany accelerated healing of affected skin, minimise scarring and support hair regrowth.

″THE HARP OF ERIN″ PAINTING BY THOMAS BUCHANAN READ

the name

Eire Hide

Our namesake Éire Hide is pronounced ‘Air’ Hide.

The modern Irish Éire evolved from the old Irish word Ériu which was the name of Gaelic Goddess Ériu – the matron goddess of the land & Ireland. We chose the name Éire Hide as a nod to our roots.

Benefits & Features

Copper Hawk Natural Animal First Aid is a topical barrier that soothes and moisturises damaged animal skin

Made from all-natural, herbal ingredients known for their dermatological properties and natural scent

Copper Hawk Natural Animal First Aid is eco-friendly and sustainably sourced

CopperHawk is made with

Natural Ingredients

Copper Hawk Natural Animal First Aid incorporates Petrolatum and the following botanical extracts:

1. Centella asiatica (Gotu Kola)
In vitro stimulation of collagen synthesis and free radical scavenging activity a

2. Plantago major (Common Plantain)
Acceleration of wound healing in animal model c

3.Scrophularia nodosa (Figwort)
Anti-inflammatory activity in animal model f

4. Achillea millefolium (Yarrow)
Anti-inflammatory activity g

5. Tabebuia impetiginosa (Pau D’Arco)
In vitro antimicrobial activity d

Individually these herbs have anti-inflammatoryf, anti-oxidenta and anti-bacteriald behaviour known to accompany accelerated wound healing.a,b,c,f

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

How to apply

Copper Hawk Natural Animal First Aid can be used on feline, canine and equine animals

Apply to the affected area a minimum of once daily. Consult with your veterinary surgeon for the most appropriate application regime.

Please note Copper Hawk Natural Animal First Aid© should not be used on animals intended for food.

A COOL, DRY PLACE

How To Store Copper Hawk Natural Animal First Aid®

The melting point for Copper Hawk Natural Animal First Aid® is between 36°C and 60°C.

In hot climates, Copper Hawk Natural Animal First Aid® should be stored out of direct sunlight and in a cool and dry place.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

Ordering Information

Product CodeCopper Hawk Natural Animal First Aid® Soothing Ointment for Animals
7000-03030ml tin ideal for companion animals
7000-100100ml tin ideal for horses
7000-030-12Carton of 12 x 30ml tins

Notes

Copper Hawk Natural Animal First Aid is not a veterinary medicine which is subject to authorization by the Health Products Regulatory Authority.
Copper Hawk Natural Animal First Aid is not for use on animals intended for food.
Patent pending.

References

a) Triterpene composition and Bioactivities of Centella Asiatica Hashim et al. (2012) Molecules

b) Identification of Major Active Ingredients Responsible for Burn Wound Healing of Centella Asiatica Herbs. FangWu et al. (2012) Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine Volume 2012

c) The Wound Healing Effect of Plantago Major Leaf Extract in a Rat Model: An Experimental Confirmation of a Traditional Belief in Persian Medicine. Nassim Moradi Rad et al. (2018) Herbal Medicines Journal

d) Anti-infectious activity in plants of the genus Tabebuia. Jimenez-Gonzalez et al. (2013) Journal of the Faculty of Science, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana

e) Anti-Inflammatory Property of Plantago Major Leaf Extract Reduces the Inflammatory Reaction in Experimental Acetaminophen-Induced Liver Injury. Hussan et al. (2015) Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine

f) The genus Scrophularia: a source of iridoids and terpenoids with a diverse biological activity. Hamedi et al. (2017) Journal of Pharmaceutical Biology.

g) Tadić V, Arsić I, Zvezdanović J, Zugić A, Cvetković D, Pavkov S. The estimation of the traditionally used yarrow (Achillea millefolium L. Asteraceae) oil extracts with anti-inflamatory potential in topical application. J Ethnopharmacol. 2017 Mar 6;199:138-148.

1. Hashim et al. (2012) Triterpene composition and Bioactivities of Centella Asiatica. Molecules.

2. FangWu et al. (2012) Identification of Major Active Ingredients Responsible for Burn Wound Healing of Centella Asiatica Herbs. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

3. Nassim Moradi Rad et al. (2018) The Wound Healing Effect of Plantago Major Leaf Extract in a Rat Model: An Experimental Confirmation of a Traditional Belief in Persian Medicine. Herbal Medicines Journal.

4. Jimenez-Gonzalez et al. (2013) Anti-infectious activity in plants of the genus Tabebuia. Journal of the Faculty of Science, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana

5. Hussan et al. (2015) Anti-Inflammatory Property of Plantago Major Leaf Extract Reduces the Inflammatory Reaction in Experimental Acetaminophen-Induced Liver Injury. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

6. Hamedi et al. (2017) The Genus Scrophularia: A Source of Iridoids and Terpenoids with a Diverse Biological Activity. Journal of Pharmaceutical Biology.