When you think allergies, think Immune System...
When your horse is suffering with allergies it’s a clear indicator of an imbalance within the immune system. The immune system might be overacting and “angry”, or weak and compromised.
Most traditional methods are focused on masking the symptoms which are unique to each horse and often include hives, respiratory concerns, and extreme itching. If you rely and only use traditional suppressing approaches you can expect your horse to get worse and possibly even develop more dire conditions like autoimmune diseases, metabolic disorders, degenerative joint concerns, depression, and more.
Your horse’s allergies are a communication and warning sign that they need you to support health, NOT treat the symptoms. This often requires a good honest look at the diet and lifestyle if you want your horse to experience long lasting relief and recovery.
Wild Fed Horse Allergy Support Review
Wild Fed Horse has amazing herbal options to choose when trying to help your horse regain balance and harmony within their body.
The Allergy Support blend serves my mustang Marshal when with his seasonal allergies/sensitivity to the flies arises. (see his improvement in the picture above)
When Marshal is experiencing concern I feed him the Wild Fed Horse Hay Pellets and the Allergy Support Blend, soaked, twice daily. Combined with a customized acupressure session, some essential oils, and Marshal can go from eyes swollen shut, weepy and draining, to slightly puffy.
Let’s take a peak into why the Wild Fed Horse Allergy Support is so effective and a go to option if your horse is struggling with allergies.
Equine Allergy Support Ingredients (all the herbs in this blend are organic)
Often referred to as stinging nettle, and considered to be a noxious weed, nuisance, and irritant by some… when properly cut and dried Nettle has true health promoting potential. Historically known to calm and bring harmony to an agitated immune system. Benefiting health for horses with a sensitive or triggered allergic response.
- Known to contain Vitamins A, C, K, and various B vitamins
- Nettle is a source for calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium
- Supportive of all essential amino acids
- A natural antioxidant
You’ll see when you click here and head over to the Wild Fed Horse site... that an ingredient listed on their products is love & prayers. Some people might think past that, or see it as fluff. After serving in the horse health industry for over 17 years, I have worked with and “dealt” with MANY companies and products during that time.
A vast majority of what’s on the market, can’t compare to the thought, intention, and heart behind what they offer as what I have personally felt and experienced from Wild Fed Horse.
I have helped horse owners like you to get these amazing products into stores near you. For me sharing these products comes from what I see in their ingredients and approach to health.
It generates results and improves the lives of horses, which is what I am on a mission to do. So if you’re looking for a clean and effective supplement to get results when your horse is experiencing an allergic response, click here and check out the Wild Fed Allergy Support.
From Suffering To Vibrant Health
I want to help you alleviate the worry and hassle of cookie cutter approaches to caring for your horse.
If your horse isn’t greeting you at the gate, is resistant or dull to your cues, or is experiencing negative health conditions… It isn’t your fault. And contrary to what some vets and equine professionals might lead you to believe, it certainly isn’t normal!
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