Horse injuries are common, horses being the flightly animals they are. This is not only unpleasant for the horse, but it means down time for both of you and often costs a lot in veterinarian fees. But it doesn’t have to.
Horses can also suffer bad injuries from the work we ask them to do. They tend not to complain much. It’s in their nature. An injured animal is quickly recognised by predatory animals, so prey animals tend to keep this hidden as much as possible.
Horse injuries can be from a multitude of causes and have a million different expressions. Horses survive by living off their wits. They need to flee a dangerous situation before discovering what it it. That microsecond needed to identify the danger may cost them their life.
Most people call in a veterinarian to treat the problem. Not only can this be expensive, but the medications have their own problems. All suppress the immune system, creating future health problems. And all are toxic to the liver. You may not notice this, but over time, it can lead to irritability, even anger and aggression.
Some side effects are hidden to an observer, but are very real to the patient. The common use of bute can set your horse up for cushings syndrome in the future.
Treating a horse injury naturally can be the fastest way of resolving not only the injury, but also the emotional baggage that usually accompanies it, especially in horses – the fear.
Homeopathic treatment offers you a highly effective, fast, natural and economical alternative to veterinary treatment. It carries no side effects and supports your horse’s immune system, rather than suppressing it.
When the correct remedy is selected for the job, everything starts to improve – the pain, the swelling, the potential for infection. So there is no need for antibiotics or pain killers.
The rest time for any injury, however uncomplicated, is always important. But even this can be drastically reduced with the use of the most appropriate homeopathic treatment.
If you are new to homeopathy, it is best to get in a qualified practitioner, or a holistic vet who uses homeopathy as their main discipline. But once you have a grasp on how to use it, you can learn to use many of the common remedies at home, saving time and money.
Horse injuries respond very well to this amazing discipline of complete and natural health care.
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