By now you have been following this blog series for a few weeks and understand what I am talking about when I refer to “Natural Supplements”. You also have learned what herbs, essential oils and “other” things we can use on the equine digestive system and the equine nervous system. If you have not read those installments, I encourage you to, just click the links to be redirected.
This week we will be discovering what Natural Supplements we can use for the Equine Immune System. Continue reading →
In my previous blog post I offered an overview of what I mean when I refer to a Natural Supplement. I also covered our first area of concern of the five in this series, the Equine Digestive Track. I would encourage you to read that blog before moving on to this. You can click here to access it.
In this blog post we will discuss the Natural Supplements horse owners can look to for help with equine nervous system issues like too much energy or not enough. Continue reading →
With all the talk about “natural” “organic” “biodegradable” it’s hard to know what we are reading about. What exactly is a “Natural Supplement”? The definition of NATURAL I like to use is “existing in or caused by nature; not made or caused by humankind.” Add that to the definition of a SUPPLEMENT being “Something provided to complete something, to make up a deficiency or to strengthen the whole.” And there you have it. Continue reading →
You go out to the field, catch your horse to ride, and notice a cut on his knee. Ugh! A horse owner’s nightmare….injury.
After hosing it off and feeling for heat, you are relieved to see it is superficial. (Note: * Any swelling, bleeding or oozing should be seen by a vet). But the knee is a difficult place for medicating. Boo Boo Butter to the rescue! Continue reading →
I am drawn to horses and always have been. If you find that to be true for you too, then the horse might be your spirit animal.
A horse is a very helpful spirit animal that helps facilitate spiritual awakening and growth by teaching you how to create symmetry between your desire for independence and your current responsibilities. There is a time to rest and a time to run and a lot of living in between. A horse can teach you how to enjoy the sweet apple that drops from the tree before taking on that next challenge.
Having a horse as your spirit animal can mean different things to different people, and even different things at different times in your life. Look at two pictures of a horse, one wild and one tame. Which are you drawn to?