Homeopathic Help for Headshaking

Homeopathic approach to treat Headshaking Syndrome

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Ledum 200x didn't work for my horse. I've tried various remedies. Wind really brings it on and so does exercise...I also made some Capstar according to the formula and he had a powerful aggravation...So trying dietary approaches kind of worrisome all of this

katharine Merlin more than 1 year ago

head shaking horse

Hey Katherine, not sure if my experience could be helpful for you but I found diet (soaked oats/lupins/seaweed meal/boiled linseed and french whit millet; feed this daily to suit your horses energy output. min 1 cup - max 1 .5 litre dipper x2 per day. I also put in 10 mls Waterbury's compound x1 per day) Acupunture or other energy treatment eg: Bowen, Reike etc. 3 times in 10 days then 1 time per week for 3 weeks. No lucerne or clover of any kind. Hand walking for 20 mins per day once the energy treatment has commenced. If you can get to a beach or other water body - currented water is best - and submerge him (do not sit on him) as deep as you can for as long as you can, this is very helpful for any horse. Also up to a cup of molasses in water after excercise is a fabulous electrolyte and amino acid source as well as alkalising and acid build up. also assists muscle recovery and circulation over all.

Veronica Luxford more than 1 year ago


Thank you for this informative article.

amylzirklern more than 2 years ago

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