Allergies in horses and using ACV- any positive results??

by Pam
(MA)

French translation


Hello!

I own a 10 y old TB gelding, Woodie, who has severe allergies to different environmental things (ie- timothy grass, ragweed, mold).

As a result of this, he sneezes constantly, flips his head, and is generally miserable.

Depending on the weather and pollen count, I usually can not ride him since he becomes so preoccupied with his nose and sneezing.

I started using the ACV about 6 weeks ago, after reading the "Folk Medicine" book that talks all about ACV.

I have noticed Woodie's demeanor is a bit more lovable, less cranky....but he still has some allergy issues, although they don't seem to be as overwhelming to him as they had before.

Anyone else use ACV for allergies?

I have him on Spirulina, garlic and some other products from Springtime,Inc (great products!).

Pam

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Jun 02, 2015
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Allergies
by: Anonymous

Hilton Herbs Freeway works wonders on my TB's wet allergy eyes.

Aug 20, 2014
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Heaves, allergies, asthma
by: Anonymous

I've got a horse who was in a bad situation and she had horrible breathing and coughing.

I did the antihistamine and msm and it worked but I started using honey and vinegar because they don't sell antihistamine from AniMed anymore and vet costs to much.

It's been hot these past few days but moist. I'm hoping that bit continues to work as the weather gets dryer.

Another good review on equiopathic asthma and allergy but they are out of stock in different places I've looked so I'm hoping what I'm doing continues to work.

Apr 04, 2013
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Garlic
by: Anonymous

Garlic will inhibit the production of white blood cells.

A vet told me to supplement with antioxidants, I use powdered rose hips for the natural vit c content.

Mar 02, 2012
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GARLIC
by: K Bergman

Please, stop feeding your horse garlic.
It causes the white blood cell count to drop and causes them to become anemic.

Search it on Google. I had been feeding it, and it scared the crap out of me.

apple-cider-vinegar-benefits.com - feeding horses garlic can cause their red blood cell count to drop and lead to Heinz body anemia.

Aug 26, 2009
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ACV/Honey can help allergies
by: Anonymous

If you also use local wild flower honey from your area, this may help him. [Check with a vet to see if harmful in any way.]

ACV and local honey --50/50% --add to water or use syringe to squirt that in his mouth. I did this with a third of DMSO and saved my dying horse.

Honey has the antidotes for allergies, and will fight allergies from within.
Rose

Let us know if this helps.

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