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    02-18-2011, 03:56 PM
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Foal
Natural products for Inflammation!

It's called Mangosteen juice. I discovered this juice about a year ago and used it myself for my own personal problems and made all of those go away - can go into detail in a PM if you want more info on that.

But recently found out that I can give it to my gelding! He's a 12 year old retired thoroughbred that i've been grooming since he was 2 and got him given to me two years ago - he's my angel but he has a big problem with getting bad inflammation in his legs in the winter as most horses do - but he also has a hard time adjusting to the weather in the winter which means more blankets and trying to keep him as comftorable as possible. I started him on this juice two months ago when we had a really bad cold snap and he has not got stocky on me and he adjusted to the weather nicely . My vet had told me his ciruclation has been 50% better since being on this juice and to keep him on it cause it will only do good for him! I'm so glad I found this juice for myself and my horse!
     
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    02-18-2011, 07:29 PM
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Are you selling this stuff? Is this an ad promoting this stuff?
     
    02-18-2011, 07:43 PM
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Foal
This is NOT an ad to promote the product that I sell - but i've found uses for it and definitely thought I could share a natural alternative, why not right? People use a product no one has heard of in the stores and say "its great you've gotta try it!" so why not share my experiences with this as well?
     

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