Fenugreek Seed

Herb Blurb: A hard-working anti-inflammatory with a myriad of benefits

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Fenugreek and success

Hi Andrea
My 9 year old Arab had been scouring for 3 winters in a row and I had tried everything to address it including working with a well known horse herbalist here in Australia. I was into my fourth winter with no success. He had also started to grind his teeth and this coupled with his generally unhappy demeanour was very stressful. I came across your article on fenugreek and made up the mucilage. Within a week he had stopped the teeth grinding and a week later stopped scouring. We haven't looked back, Its been a good 2/3 months and I am ecstatic. II had tried so many different remedies to address this issue. I continue to give him the mucilage at least once a day as he has EMS. ( I also do make up a batch that will last longer than 24 hours but I keep it in the fridge and then warm it slightly to syringe or just put it in his food. He loves it as well.
Could you please comment on the doses you would recommend for cinnamon, holy basil and bitter melon. Also is low thyroid activity associated with EMS in any way?.As an EMS horse he carries extra weight but I haven't found the fenugreek in the small amounts I am administering as per your instructions has caused any weight gain.
Regards and thank you!

Susan Guy 245 days ago

Fenugreek Success

Hi Susan,

So happy you have had positive effects from using Fenugreek. Yes thyroid activity can be associated with EMS. But every horse is different. Please email me at baldwinandrea29@gmail.com so we can discuss other herbs that will be beneficial for him. Thanks!

Andrea Baldwin 228 days ago

Fenugreek seeds

Sorry to jump on the post but is the Fenugreek seeds used for equine purposes the same that are used for human consumption or have they been treated differently. Sorry for any bother.

Kind regards,

David

David 216 days ago

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