Equine herbal medicine is plant based medicine for horses. In the wild, horses and other animals self-medicate when they are feeling unwell or off colour. Horses travel many kilometers during the day and eat a multitude of plants, leaves, roots, bark and other vegetation. Many of these plants have medicinal and therapeutic benefits as well as vitamin, mineral and nutrient contents. The domestication of horses has seen them put into unnatural living conditions and therefore we can look at how to give them these nutrients in the most natural way.
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Optimum Health and Nutrition the Natural Way
Mickie is qualified human nutritionist and health coach with a life ling passion for natural health. After numerous issues with her rescue OTTB she decided to use some of her human nutritional knowledge, coupled with immune system boosting from a human herbalist to help him recover from years abuse and neglect.
She studied and qualified as an equine herbal medicine practitioner and also studied ay the Australian School of Herbal Medicine
After almost a year of research and development as well as many trials, Mickie has just released a 100% plant based, all natural supplement for conditioning and performance after having so much success with the supplements she was making for her clients.
There are no chemicals, fillers or molasses. Plant based protein, energy, a swell as potent vitamins and minerals to assist in cellular repair, immune system booking and nervous support.
Mickie recently completed qualifications to conduct Faecal Worm counting and has set up a small laboratory area in her dispensary. A great believer in evidence based working as opposed regular chemical worming for the sake of it.
Mickie uses a multi-discipled approach to healing horses and has had great success with ulceration, behavioural issues, peritonitis, toxicity and many other conditions.
She continues to expand her knowledge with education in alternative medicine and is a regular contributor to the Hills and Hawkesbury Equestrian News
Dedicated to improving and enhancing your horse’s health and performance through preventative and therapeutic herbal medicine.