Herbs are nutrient-rich, functional food. They help to nutritionally cleanse and tone the body as they nourish it, supporting immunity and the body's own natural healing ability. When we say Natural, we mean it!
Our UK grasslands and dried forage are known to be deficient in many essential minerals, where changes in the grass chemistry cause changes in our horse's chemistry. This directly - and adversely - affects the horse's system.
Latest Blog Post
The Bitter Reflex 9.2.19
Historically, bitter herbs have been used as cleansing agents, vitality builders and digestive support, yet from a human perspective, bitter flavours are really tricky to get down. Our horses don’t necessarily agree with us, which is just as well because bitter herbs and spices offer real benefits to improve overall health. Read more ...
The content in this website is intended as a sharing of knowledge and information from our own studies and research over the decades, together with clients' experiences and our own personal experience over 5-decades of horse care.
This website is simply to enlighten and suggest a more naturopathic approach to support a healthy lifestyle for our horses.
The information here is not intended as a substitute for, or a replacement of, the advice of your veterinary or other professional,
and I would encourage anyone to make their own health care decisions based upon their own research.
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