Caroline Ingraham, founder of the Zoopharmacognosy field, has reported as a case study that a combo of rosehip shells and barleygrass has been effective against sarcoids, fed as self-selection alongside other herbs including comfrey. See the full, fascinating chronical here: https://www.carolineingraham.com/animal-chronicles/horse-chronicles/equine-sarcoids/
I've also personally met a lady whose horse had eye sarcoids, and used the rosehip/barleygrass method - she offered both as self-selection and her mare dove on them!
It wasn't cheap - her mare devoured each in vast quantities - and it wasn't quick - took over a year, but she kept a regular photo diary on her phone and showed me the images.
I can't speak from personal experience, nor can I offer any silver bullet fix here, but her mare's sarcoids started to noticeably shrink within a reasonably short time (can't quite remember, think it was a month or two) until they finally - and completely - disappeared, but like I said, it took over a year. As a result, we created a combo blend of both rosehip shells and barleygrass in powder form; we also sell both separately (links below in Composition).
See our Sarcoids page for more info.
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- 5g/100kg bodyweight per day, thus for an average 500kg horse add 25g daily to feed.
- Alternatively, offer as self-selection.
- Supplements of any kind should be fed with caution to the pregnant or nursing mare so always seek veterinary advice.
- This is a nutritional product and is not intended as a substitute for veterinary advice or a healthy, species-appropriate diet.
- Contains no banned substances so safe for competition.
- 5% discount on 2kg volume.
- 10% discount on 3kg volume.