Energetics of Herbs

Having an awareness of the thermal energy of an herb can help you make more informed decisions of which herb would work best for your horse’s condition

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Health giving herbs in the pasture

I would like to provide my horses with the ability to self medicate by growing herbs in their pastures.
I have already seeded some herbs that I know they can eat, but it is a limited palette so far.
The trouble is, many of the dried health herbs are actually poisonous or at least upsetting to horses in their green growing form.
Some have very high mineral content or starch content that is not good for horses to eat too much of.
The last thing I would want to do is actually make them sick from self medicating.

Clissa Townsend more than 4 years ago

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