Equine Colic and Homeopathy

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Allergies

I have a horse that displays asmatha like symptoms, lethargic and breathing hard once asked to canter.

Catherine Mullarkey 6 days ago

Hives

Hives: A strong immune boosting whole foods supplement will help your horse’s body with auto-immune response, such as Mushroom Matrix’s Immune supplement or Spirulina. If the hives are itchy, you can also try using a topical Thuja-based cream such as Hilton Herbs' VireX cream. Generally speaking, it is important to identify the cause of hives prior to treating, however difficult. Another supplement to try would be an Omega-3 supplement, such as Flax or Camelina oil, which will help with the overall health of your horse’s skin and provide anti-inflammatory support.
Melanie Falls
Whole Equine, LLC
www.wholeequine.com

Karen (HolisticHorse.com) 5 days ago

Breathing Hard, Heaves

Heaves: There are many remade herbal mixtures, however this one is my favorite: https://www.wholeequine.com/products/freeway-gold, as it includes herbs that are anti-inflammatory and also soothing. The liquid base is also more bioavailable to the horse and quicker-acting than a dry herbal formula. If you are going to feed your own herbs, I would recommend making a tea and soaking the carrier (hay pellets, beet pulp, or whatever else you may use) in the tea for maximum absorption.
Melanie Falls
Whole Equine, LLC
www.wholeequine.com

Karen (HolisticHorse.com) 5 days ago

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