Arthritis

Gotu kola is also known as the arthritis herb. It is a very easy herb to grow and 3 – 4 leaves and stalks a day in your horses feed may be useful to support your horse with arthritis.

Celery seed is a very popular herb for arthritis, but it is a diuretic herb and as you don’t want the horse to eliminate all the good minerals from his system. Celery seed is often used if there is swelling in the fetlocks due to arthritis, but often this occurs because the horse is locked in a yard or stable at night. It is usually better for an older, arthritic horse to ‘move’ and be out in the pasture where they wander and graze in between their sleeping.

Some other arthritis herbs include dandelion, ginger, linseed, millet, yarrow, kelp, rosehips, chamomile, tumerica, yucca, Apple cider vinegar or other natural mineral supplements.

My book The Herbal Hoof and Leg is available on Amazon.com

Arthritis: Gotu kola is also known as the arthritis herb. It is a very easy herb to grow and 3 – 4 leaves and stalks a day in your horses feed may be useful to support your horse with arthritis.

Celery seed is a very popular herb for arthritis, but it is a diuretic herb and as you don’t want the horse to eliminate all the good minerals from his system. Celery seed is often used if there is swelling in the fetlocks due to arthritis, but often this occurs because the horse is locked in a yard or stable at night. It is usually better for an older, arthritic horse to ‘move’ and be out in the pasture where they wander and graze in between their sleeping.

Some other arthritis herbs include dandelion, ginger, linseed, millet, yarrow, kelp, rosehips, chamomile, tumerica, yucca, Apple cider vinegar or other natural mineral supplements.

Check out my book The Herbal Hoof and Leg on Amazon.com

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