Also, here is an article I found about the possible benefits of adding the essential oils. Aromatherapy – Even Horses love Smells Natural Horse Therapies http://www.essentialanimals.com/arti...al-oils-horses
I would like to mention though that I'm not the type of person that is completely pro-natural & homeopath type stuff. However, I -am- the type that keeps her mind open and you know, if I have a big bottle of MTG that I don't want to use because of the smell and can figure out a way to use it so I don't waste money....as well as potentially help my horse, I'm ALL for it. =-)
As the article mentions, there are some essential oils that aren't recommended for pregnant mares. I will try to find out which those are and why. I want to mention this because I wouldn't want to recommend something that would be harmful to any horse.
I also like how the second article specifically states that it is not to be used in place of conventional veterinary care. I think that's important.
Last edited by CelticAngel; 02-06-2011 at 03:06 PM.