Natural herbal remidies...
Opinions and websites (please) with a list of them would be great if anyone knows of any.
Do you use them?
Anyone want to share some and the uses?
bump - I'm really interested in hearing your thoughts on them.
I used herbal calmers. Mare Magic (Mare Magic Mare Magic (Equine - Horse Supplements - Calming Agents) did nothing at all, but OMG it smells good :D , Moody Mare (that one actually seems to work for me, smells pretty nice too, but strong Moody Mare Wendals Herbs (Equine - Horse Supplements - Calming Agents)), and Wendals Calmer (Calmer Wendals Herbs (Equine - Horse Supplements - Calming Agents) heck this one gave totally opposite effect on my horse. I tried it 3 times and every time she was HOT - running, hard to stop, and spooky on everything. I believe it's garlic, which gives such effect.
I don't use all the natural remedies, but I do use a couple.
Rescue Remedy = Shock
Celery Seed = Arthritis
Burdock - Also Arthritis
Rosehips = Preggo mares
Chamomile = Relaxation
Flax seed = Coats. Make em' shiny :D
I found these on this website : Herbal horse remedies
And then I consulted a local expert before trying.....I already used rosehips on the dogs, so horses were no big deal :D
^^Thats a great website^^:)
I use arnica for brusing and I am using it on my gelding right now.
Flax seed the works.
SorrelHorse, How do you feed your chamomile? Do you purchase dried, cut and sifted? Whole dried flowers?
I get them whole. I will give it to my barrel horses so they relax an don't wear themselves out at the show....
However, if you can get some chamomile tea packets and make yourself a bran mash, then just through the tea in there after you brew it.
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How do you know how much to give? and how much do you give? Natural remedies have always facinated me.
This was posted a little bit ago. I dunno if you already saw it or not.
And these are the people I'm using at the moment for my horse. I took him to a professional that's been studying this for over 30 years, and for the past 28 years hasn't had to take a horse to the vet.
Silver Lining Herbs Equine Supplements | Dog & Horse Supplements
Also here's a neat website that I had been browsing through too.
Lisa St. John - Lavender Sage Unique Equine Nutrition Management Programs© and Herbal Remedies
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