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  1. James Pulciani says:

    Hello Casie Im an acupuncturist here in Colorado I have been working on horses for over ten years now. I enjoy your blog… keep up the good work.
    Its so rewarding to work with horses

  2. Val Pfeiffer says:

    Hi Casie,

    I’m currently reading the Acupressure book and hope to implement the techniques on my own horse and pony. What brought me to your page was the discussion about adaptogenic herbs. My horse is recently diagnosed Cushings, and a friend told me she used a mix of 4 adoptogenic herbs on her horse with good results. Do you have any leads on products that are helpful to horses with Cushings?

    P.S. I want to be like you…write about horses – I do bodywork, trim , just need to start writing…

    • then5925 says:

      Hi Val,

      That’s great that you’re reading the acupressure book–that’s where I got my start in natural horse health. The most common herbs that I know of for Cushing’s are jiaogulan (here’s a post on that: and chasteberry. I’m sure several of the adaptogenic herbs or a blend would be beneficial for Cushing’s horses though. I would check out Auburn Lab’s website as well. Good luck!

      And yes, by all means, start writing! 🙂


  3. Casie,
    I can’t enter your pages on acupuncture since last night. I get a message “BLOCKED BY STBV”. Can you please explain the situation. Your information is extremely informative. Unfortunately I only discovered it this week.

    Kind regards,

    Boeta Slabbert

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