Horse Treat Recipe – No Baking Required

Last month we gave you our treat recipe for dogs, now here is the one for horses: Ingredients 5 cups Daily Health Horse Herbs 1 cup Flax Seeds (ground) 6 cups Rice Bran (ground) 1/2 cup Chia Seeds 1 cup Coconut Oil 1 cup Almond Butter Directions In a large bowl, mix daily health herb... Continue Reading →

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Relief For An Itchy Dog

Sadly, itchy dogs are very common in our modern society. When Sue got her last two dogs many years ago, they both had incredibly itchy skin. Not knowing then what she knows now, she went to her veterinarian and got strong medication to make it better. It did make it better. But it also created a... Continue Reading →

Garlic

Garlic has many benefits such as anti-septic, anti-inflammatory and antibiotic effects, reducing blood pressure, improving respiratory problems in horses and acting as a fly repellent. Garlic is rich in Selenium and Sulphur. Sulphur is recognised as having blood cleansing properties that are useful in treating and preventing equine disease. Garlic is believed to contain over... Continue Reading →

Pumpkin Seeds: A Natural Solution For Worms

I just found this article about Pumpkin Seeds to treat worms in dogs and would like to pass it on. Here is the http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/pumpkin-seeds-natural-worms-dogs/ Dana Scott, the author of the article, says the following: Pumpkin Seeds Fight Worms Raw, organic pumpkin seeds have been used to treat a variety of parasitic and other ailments since the... Continue Reading →

Peppermint

An antispasmodic that calms nausea and aids in digestion. Most horses relish the taste of peppermint, and it can be added to unfamiliar drinking water to help horses accept it. The peppermint oil that is found in the plant has a carminative action, helping to relax sphincters and the smooth muscles of the digestive system, assist... Continue Reading →

Kelp (Seaweed)

Kelp is composed of 60 elements, 16 amino acids and 12 vitamins. Providing an antioxidant effect, it attracts heavy metals and removes them from the body. It has been shown to improve thyroid stimulation and also has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory benefits. Feeding kelp is a very economical way to provide for most of the nutrients for... Continue Reading →

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