There are a large number of simple and inexpensive ways in which herbs can be used to both aid in the maturity of bones in young competition horses, and to repair and resolve injury and strain occasioned by workload or injury.
These preventative programs and injury treatments should always be the first considered and you should manage them yourselves. Veterinary medicine and surgery should be reserved for those occasions when herbal and home remedies and programs need assistance. It is usually not even necessary to carry out many of the standard tests, scans and X-ray examinations to attempt to exactly verify the site or nature of the injury as this mostly does not justify in terms of improved treatment the cost of such procedures.
Herbs will aid in healing and recovery from injury wherever it is found in the body. Therefore every time you are treating a specific problem the herbs will also seek out other areas of past or impending weakness and take advantage of the opportunity to resolve these without your even knowing it is going on.
Preventative Maintenance is the first and best place to start in ensuring good health.
Tendon and Bone Liquid activator contains a combination of elecampane, yarrow and horsetail.
When fed with kelp granules, ground Linseed, ground millet, helps to promote the re-growth of attachment points and the re-tensioning of stretched or damaged ligaments.
Elecampane is a stimulant to fibroblast and osteoblast activity due to its allantoin content.
You will also need :
Ground millet meal -3.5 kilos
Ground Flax meal- 3.5 kilos
Kelp 700 grams
Yarrow 500 grams
Mix all the above togther and add in the 2 litres of the liquid activator.
Feed out at ¾ cup x 2 a day.
Add 40mls of the Liquid Activator to a cupful of feed, and blend this with your horse's daily ration.
For Animal Oral Use Only
McDowell's staff Herbalists can not diagnose you or your companions disease or illness. What they can do is offer a herbal program to assist with healing, after you have had advice from your doctor or specialist. If you have unexplained pain or symptoms, seek medical advice.