MSM 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. Susan says:

    Actually, it is quite well studied how msm works in the body and essentially its function is to make the membrane of every cell more malleable so that each and every cell can absorb nutrients and expel waste AND toxins more efficiently, improving cell function. A small and easy to understand pamphlet called”The MSM Miracle” is widely available at many health food stores and I recommend reading and understanding just how wonderful this natural element is. Everyone gets it at my house and personally I can tell you that the first thing you will notice is healthier joints, both in mobility and pain relief. Sulphur is an essential requirement and water soluble so depending on how your food is grown, can be lacking. Supplementing it is cheap and easy and beneficial for people, dogs and horses.

  2. Jody Webb says:

    Quality of MSM is also important. Cheap brands have fillers and the seller is not required to put it on the label. If it clumps, its pure MSM, if it doesnt clump (ie doesnt form clumpy balls over time) it has fillers in it. You get less bang for your buck that way. Its also important to stick with brands made in the USA (not, say, India or China) as they are not regulated the same as USA companies.

  3. Darla Burton says:

    I ‘ve heard MSM is not to be fed to horses with IR/Cushings….Is there any truth in this? Love your website!

    • Casie says:

      Hi Darla, I haven’t heard this but that doesn’t mean it isn’t true. Have you read any articles about this? Feel free to link here.

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