Jiaogulan for Horses


Hi! My name is Casie Bazay. I'm a mom, a freelance writer, and a certified equine acupressure practitioner.

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  1. Lynn Marcy says:

    Hi, I have a quarter horse. He is 16 years. He has heaves. Sometimes I don’t ride because to me he is breathing so hard. Sometimes I ride him and he will get better other times not. How can I help him?

  2. Susan holmes says:

    I have been giving my horse spurlina for some time with no improvement. He has no cough just in nasal noise , he does get clear fluid coming out his nose sometime . I am also having a problem with my husband horse he use just rub his nose in springtime now he is making like itchey nose noise and if he runs around he coughs I soak all my horses hay for 3 hours per orders from my vet. Husband horse still constantly clearing his nose when giving wet hay, I give them small amounts during the day so less waste. My husband said he is gonna buy a hay steamer for me in April (wont hold my breath on this) I hoping the steamed hay will help both of them

  3. Cindy says:

    Hi, my good friend’s sport horse has suspensory ligament issues just found by vet. The area is tender/inflammed – both hinds. How much jiaogulan will you give and is there any safety limit eg not to give too long? to feed on and off? The horse in qn is 16.3hh and quite muscular, a warmblood. Thanks very much.

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