A blend of natural herbs that may help with strengthening the immune system.
Recommended Amount: 1 oz. per day based upon 1000 lb. horse. (1 ounce scoop provided)
Available: 3 lb., 5 lb. and 10 lb.
Active Ingredients: Echinacea, Dandelion, Garlic, Ginseng, Rosehip and Flaxseed Oil
Inactive Ingredients: Peppermint
Have to tell you we are seeing some pretty Great results with the Immune Booster. Had a horse with perdontal abscess had a $3000 dollar surgery won’t heal big big mess was to the point we where just going to sell…. it seems as if it is healing he is looking and feeling well …. also have a young horse doing poorly won’t keep weight on had his teeth done and chiro work still doing poorly we started him and I think with a 1-1/2 weeks I am seeing a difference too …. our daughters horse got a hoof abscess this spring won’t heal we started him and we are riding him !!!!!!!!!!
Sturgis, SD 2009
IMMUNE BOOSTER, CIPEX and EYE SUPPORT
I’m happy to share my experience with your herbal remedies for horses. My five year old mare developed a sudden eye problem. The eye was swollen and with considerable discharge. My vet was concerned that this was a potentially very serious condition and recommended that she be seen at the University Equine Hospital. Following examination and laboratory tests, it was determined that her condition was consistent with a diagnosis of eosinophillic keratitis. A levage system was surgically installed so that medication could be administered. The treatment was aggressive and eventually involved surgery. Unfortunately, every possible side effect to the medications was realized. Steroid treatment resulted in a fungal infection and her hospital stay resulted in a serious staph infection. After a very expensive three weeks in the hospital, I did bring her home. Both eyes were closed and there was considerable pussy discharge on examination. Most of the required 7 medications were designed to treat the side effects of previously given medications. After one week, my vet thought one eye was lost and would eventually have to be removed. The sight in the other eye was marginal but the recommendation was to continue the medication in hopes of saving that eye. I sought a second opinion which basically confirmed the above diagnoses with the added observation that she was likely to lose the sight in her “good eye” and it might be wise to consider putting her down. At this point, against medical advice, I had the lavage system removed and stopped all traditional medical treatment. In looking for an alternative, I found Equine Science and decided to try the combination of IMMUNE BOOSTER, CIPEX and EYE SUPPORT. My mare has now been on this combination for approximately one month. Both eyes are now open and there is no longer any discharge. Approximately 75% of both eyes are brown and look normal. There are some remaining white spots but these do appear to be getting smaller. I have taken her on short trail rides over hilly, uneven terrain without a misstep. She is in the pasture with other horses and clearly can see. It is great to observe her running flat out on flat and hilly surfaces. I plan to keep her on this combination throughout the coming year. I am a psychologist and very aware of the role of research in determining care in the medical community. The treatment my mare received at the University Equine Hospital was standard medical practice and certainly supported by the available research. Herbal remedies obviously do not enjoy the same kind of medical support. Even so, what happened and is happening to my mare cannot be discounted . At the very least, one must conclude that alternative medicine and in particular, this combination of herbal remedies has had a positive outcome. Thanks Don. Joanne
I was incorrect on telling you how long I had been feeding Tiffany the Cipex. It is now just 12 days. This week we have seen a huge improvement!! Yesterday she actually extended her trot and trotted without pain. She was the best she has ever been!! My daughter is beyond excitement.
Virginia and Heather B.
Abilene, Texas, Oct 2011