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  1. If it is not ulcers, I'd go with Selenium...

    If it is not ulcers, I'd go with Selenium deficiency or magnesium deficiency. Signs of mg deficiency (BTW - acid blockers deplete magnesium - she may need some anyway)

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    Ulcers, magnesium deficiency, muscle issue...

    Ulcers, magnesium deficiency, muscle issue (specifically the ascending pecs), chiro issue (specifically C7/T1 or a rib further back) or nerve issue.

    When C7/T1 is out, it can cause muscle issues...
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    Quiessence and Ex-Stress did nothing for my high...

    Quiessence and Ex-Stress did nothing for my high anxiety mare. SmartCalm, IMO, is no different than those and is simply SmartPak's version of Quiessence and Ex-Stress. MagRestore is the only one that...
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    I'd try putting him on some magnesium. ...

    I'd try putting him on some magnesium. MagRestore is what I highly recommend. www.performanceequineusa.com
  5. Thread: Proud Flesh?

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    Well - it is remarkable stuff. Wish I had found...

    Well - it is remarkable stuff. Wish I had found the stuff sooner. I didn't start using it until 5 months after the accident. Wanna see what it did for my filly? Here ya go:...
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    Ulcers or ovaries or both. If she is having...

    Ulcers or ovaries or both. If she is having ovarian problems, that stress could lead to ulcers as well. You've already got the magnesium covered, I'd certainly keep her on it as stress depletes...
  7. Thread: Proud Flesh?

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    Underwood's Horse Medicine. Best.stuff.ever! ...

    Underwood's Horse Medicine. Best.stuff.ever!

    www.underwoodhorsemedicine.com

    I used it on a 10" de-gloving. Talk about proud flesh! Proud flesh was no match for Underwood's!
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    I haven't even read the replies, but my mare goes...

    I haven't even read the replies, but my mare goes BONKERS on MSM. Tried it twice, 6 years apart, and bonkers both times.
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    I would also consider a magnesium deficiency. ...

    I would also consider a magnesium deficiency. Ulcer meds deplete magnesium. Her reluctance to go forward and not wanting to be touched are classic signs of mg deficiency. From...
  10. Thread: shoulder injuries

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    My mare had/has Sweeney Shoulder. She broadsided...

    My mare had/has Sweeney Shoulder. She broadsided her mother when she was 3 years old out in the field. She smashed the suprascapular nerve against the point of her shoulder. Her right shoulder...
  11. Thread: Robaxin?

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    I did a 10 day course with my mare. I tried it...

    I did a 10 day course with my mare. I tried it because she has always been so muscle tight all over. I wanted to see if I could help let those muscles go and keep them that way. She did seem more...
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    Since she was just treated for ulcers, I'd give...

    Since she was just treated for ulcers, I'd give it some time. Many horses lose weight/muscles with raging cases of ulcers. Since youhave those cleared up, I'd just stay the course you're on.
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  13. Thread: Changing calmers?

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    My mare is a hops and her daughter is a blue...

    My mare is a hops and her daughter is a blue vervain. Identifying which type your horse is makes it a whole lot easier to pick the right calmer.

    Just a note: the nervine herbs are BANNED by...
  14. Thread: Changing calmers?

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    Valerian is a nervine herb. It is one of four. ...

    Valerian is a nervine herb. It is one of four. The other three are blue vervain, hops and chamomille. Your horse may not be a "valerian" horse. Read here and this describes the 4 nervine types: ...
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    I have a PDF from Bragg vinegar on how to feed...

    I have a PDF from Bragg vinegar on how to feed for horses. PM me your e-mail and I can send it to you.

    I have fed all natural (with the mother) apple cider vinegar for years. 2 oz. a day is...
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    My mare was given the homeopathic remedy Natrum...

    My mare was given the homeopathic remedy Natrum Muraticum. It is known as the "grief" remedy. "Nat Mur" is a cell salt. She also was acupunctured specifically for grief right after the dosing of...
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    Sounds like Pentosan is giving Adequan a run for...

    Sounds like Pentosan is giving Adequan a run for it's money. Hey Adequan - maybe if you drop your price, people will come back.
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    I'd find a vit/min supp he will eat or just get a...

    I'd find a vit/min supp he will eat or just get a powdered form (I use High Point for Grass by Horse Tech) and mix it with a few soaked hay cubes or hay pellets (timothy). You just need an easy...
  19. Agree that long term omeprazole is a likely...

    Agree that long term omeprazole is a likely culprit. Dr. Madalyn Ward, a holistic vet in Texas, mused about this years ago that daily use of acid blockers may set a horse up for hind gut ulcers. ...
  20. My mare is in a glue on right now after a hoof...

    My mare is in a glue on right now after a hoof resection. It's not fun. Foot cannot get overly wet because #1 the glue can trap moisture and #2 the foot can expand when wet, then contract when it...
  21. Thread: White Line Disease

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    After Tropical Storm Beryl in late May, my mare's...

    After Tropical Storm Beryl in late May, my mare's minor WLD turned into a MAJOR one. Walking her down the concrete aisle, you could hear how hollow her hoof was. She separated big time. Had 50%...
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    Supposedly, the larger the pellet, the LESS...

    Supposedly, the larger the pellet, the LESS chance of choke. I soak all pellets anyways. A risk I don't want to take.
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    I have used Hot Hoof I and II, Body Sore, Heat...

    I have used Hot Hoof I and II, Body Sore, Heat Stopping (absolutely miraculous!), and Happy Earth. Happy Earth was the only one I did not see results but it was later found the pony had right dorsal...
  24. That is what an equine nutritionist told me. I...

    That is what an equine nutritionist told me. I have fed soaked hay cubes to all my horses for almost 4 years now and going by what the nutritionist told me - it has worked for me. Now I have a bunch...
  25. For reference.......1# of dry cubes is = to one...

    For reference.......1# of dry cubes is = to one flake of hay.

    I have a pony that had right dorsal colitis/colonic ulcers/Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Took 7 YEARS to figure it out after consulting...
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