Please be aware that this product is registered for use on horses and dogs - not for human use.
If pain or swelling persists the advice of a veterinarian should be sought.
Avoid any contact with eyes or mucous membranes.
Do not apply to broken skin.
This product may contain ingredients that contravene the prohibited substances regulations in racing and competition jurisdictions. Users are strongly encouraged to check with the respective authority and their veterinarian prior to the use of any medication.
Rapigel®: Frequently Asked Questions
Can I use Rapigel on an animal other than a horse or dog?
Rapigel® is registered for use in horses and dogs which means it may be safely used in both horses and dogs. The use of this product in any other species would be considered "off label usage". Products should not be used outside of their registered label claims without first consulting a veterinarian (if at all). Variation in metabolisms between different species mean that dose rates can vary quite widely and that some species may be far more sensitive than others making products dangerous or even potentially fatal to those animals. It is for this reason that "off label dosage" should only be conducted under the supervision of a veterinarian.
Can I use Rapigel on myself?
Rapigel® is registered for use in horses and dogs only (refer above response). Virbac is an animal health company, there has been no research conducted for use in humans. We cannot advise use in humans, please check with your GP or specialist before using Rapigel.
Store below 30°C (Room Temperature) in a cool place.
Keep the lid tightly closed.
RAPIGEL® should be used at full strength and applied liberally to
the affected area and rubbed in gently – both prior to and after