Formula 11 for Horses

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Fractures - Bowed Tendons - Ligaments: In these cases, it is wise to use muscle testing and/or radionics to determine the amount FM 11 which should be given internally. We have found fractures in young horses under the age of 1 year require up to 16 ounces twice daily and older horses require up to 32 ounces twice daily. This amount is in addition to keeping the area soaked in the liniment. It has been shown it takes (2) weeks to build up the chemical balance in a body. At the end of 14 days, be sure to have the veterinarian reexamine the injured area by the use of x-ray and/or ultrasound. If there is no sign of improvement in the integrity of the tissue, it is time to reassess the nutritional and/or therapeutic program.

Hock Problems: Hocks are a difficult area to wrap. It might be of benefit to have your veterinarian wrap the hock. If you cut the back out of the wrap at the point of the hock, the bandage often stays in place while the horse is free to walk around. If the wrap stays in place, just pull out-the top of the bandage to givr enough room to pour FM 11 inside the wrap. As usual, try to keep the area soaked for 2 weeks as much as possible when not riding.

Hoof Problems: Try using a long piece of fleece tubing with a shoelace run through the center of the tubing. Put the FM 11 soaked piece around the pastem/coronary band area, then tie the shoestring together. It should be loose enough to slide up and down the pastern but not so loose to come off the hoof.

Herbal Interactions with Allopathic Drugs: If at all possible, there should be 1 hour interval between the time you use any herb in conjunction with an allopathic drug. For Example, if you give herbs at 8 a.m., you must wait until 9 a.m. to use a chemical drug (i.e. bute, banamine, etc.) and vice versa. Herbal therapy has been shown in some case to delete the drug's action.

Nutritional Suggestions Based on the Historical Usage of Herbs