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This is a page for my personal take on:

- Equine related ramblings, rumblings and thoughts

- Herb Nerd and other herbal stuff

- Any natural horsemanship news I come across

NB. Many of my scribings are ancient so may be out of date now.

Latest Blog Posts

Cleavers (Galium aparine) - a Spring Drink

17.4.19

Cleavers is a standout medicinal tonic herb, soothing for inflammation in the lymph, nervous, kidney, and genitourinary system. Read more ...

All Together Now

13.4.19

Trust me when I say that the quickest, and most guaranteed, way to develop an autoimmune disorder is to shut down the stomach. Horse or human, feed/eat a C.R.A.P. diet (Carbs, Refined, Artificial, Processed), then decrease the amount of acid the stomach's producing because of the resulting gut pain/reflux, and Boom - one autoimmune disorder in a heartbeat. Read more ...

Herbal Bone Support

12.4.19

This week I’ve had a few enquiries come in regarding peripheral bone issues – we’ve had a client with splint issues, another with ringbone and yesterday a navicular question.

So how can botanicals support bone density? Read more ...

Spirulina may be an effective support for Leptin Resistance

8.4.19

Let me first introduce you to Bilirubin – google it and you’ll read that it’s a waste product formed by the breakdown of aging red blood cells in the body. As it turns out, there’s science out now that shows bilirubin to be a potent antioxidant, protective against an array of diseases (including IR) associated with increased oxidative stress - and a compound in Spirulina mimics this very antioxidant function. Read more ...

A Bit More on GMO's

(and the link to leaky gut, depression and anxiety - sorry, I know that sounds depressing)

16.3.19

From where I sit, one question that comes up is repeatedly is, "What’s causing so many gut issues?" Read more ...

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 ...


Amazing Adaptogens for Stress & Fatigue

Jan'19

At this wintry time of year, I reckon we could all do with a bit of calm in our days, especially with only 7 or so hours of daylight to cram everything in. Adaptogens have been used extensively in Ayervedic and Chinese medicine for hundreds of years. Now, the rest of us are waking up to Amazing Adaptogens. Read more ...