Sore No More. 1 bottle at the barn, 1 bottle in my bathroom at home
I just recommended that to a former (non-horse) coworker who is having serious back pain...the look he gave me was priceless. I had to reassure him that he would smell like root beer, and not a horse
Absorbine liniment for aches and pains at our house as well...great stuff
I use Corona ointment for severely chapped lips and skin, I always use Butler Bova cream for dry skin in the winter and I will use any of the antibiotic ointments (except furazone) on myself if I have an injury at the barn.
cowboy magic for my hair, and I do admit to taking Zev when I have a bad cough, it is suspiciously similar to buckleys and it does taste awful but it sure does work. I have also used animalintex on small cuts that are infected, works quite well if you can get it to stay put.
for the other way around I bought the two pack of Voltaren from costco, one for me one for the horses.
I've used Mane 'n Tail shampoo and conditioner, Absorbine Liniment, SMZ's, fly spray around my pants legs to keep the ticks away, I've tasted all kinds of feed and treats, took a little bit of ivermectin when I thought I might be plagued by a parasite , vet wraps, and Corona ointment on my thin crappy fingernails to strengthen them up