Treating horses injuries naturally can be the fastest way of resolving not only the injuries, but also the emotional baggage that usually accompanies them, especially in horses – the fear.
Horses injuries can be from a multitude of causes and have a million different expressions. Being a flighty, prey animal, horses survive by living off their wits. They need to flee a dangerous situation before discovering what it it. The microsecond needed to identify the danger could cost them their life.
This means injuries can be common. And that’s aside from the strenuous work most horses are asked to undertake.
Often, horse injuries means a long resting time and expensive veterinary care.
As ever, there is an alternative. In reality there are many alternatives, but the one under discussion here, is the highly effective homeopathic medicine which can quickly heal injuries as well as any emotional fear that comes with them.
Arnica is well known for its ability to resolve bruises. But that’s a bit like saying that water is useful for washing your feet. It is, but that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
Arnica can quickly and safely stimulate the immune system, so that healing can be complete. It doesn’t matter what the injury is, or how bad it is, Arnica will always help everything initially, even if it can’t complete every healing.
If Arnica is the right medicine for the job, the pain of the injury will disappear, the wound will heal cleanly, no infection will occur and no arthritis will occur in the future.
There are many different potencies (strengths) of homeopathic medicines. The typical potency in a home prescribing kit is 30c. This is a great potency to start with, while you are learning how to use homeopathy. And it can resolve all minor soft tissue injuries.
I like to ask the animals I treat, whether it is a suitable medicine for them. I show them the fully stoppered bottle. Generally, they will lick it or mouth it, if they want some. And turn away if they don’t.
The frequency of Arnica in this potency is hard to overdo, bearing in mind few horses have an injury-free past. But ask them every time. If the injury is recent, an hourly dose may be required. If it is distant, then daily doses may be more appropriate.
You may need to consult with a professional homeopath for further guidance.