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readytorodeo
Reg. Dec 2005
Posted 2015-08-31 7:20 AM
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 Did you do the loading dose?
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Herbie
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Posted 2015-08-31 9:04 AM
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Yes, absolutely!  I followed Dr. Schell's instructions to a T.   
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FLITASTIC
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2015-08-31 9:11 AM
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Yes I did as well, but since I didnt have any real severe issues I only did loading dose for 7 days, not 14.
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Herbie
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-08-31 9:17 AM
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I have a friend who started the Total Support back in the summer when the heat and humidity was at it's highest.  Her horse seemed to have labored breathing about 2 weeks in.  It appeared he had some mucous that was trying to move, but due to the humidity he couldnt' get it up, so it caused him to breathe heavy and hard.  She added in the Immune & Repair to encourage things to happen a bit quicker, and this issue went away and he made the best run he's made for her so far this weekend. 

If you don't give the loading dose, I don't think you can expect to get the full results of the product.  Especially if you're treating an acute issue. 

 
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Shortbus
Reg. Aug 2010
Posted 2015-08-31 9:33 AM
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On the Cur Ost Adapt do you use it all the time or can you use it right before a show?
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Herbie
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-08-31 9:45 AM
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Shortbus - 2015-08-31 9:33 AM On the Cur Ost Adapt do you use it all the time or can you use it right before a show?

There is a post on the forum at www.secondvet.com regarding the Adapt & Calm.  You can give it either way.  I give it daily and will sometimes double up a day before a show if I feel like I need to.  If you're only going to give it to haul, I woudl recommend starting it a day early and continuing it a few days after just to manage the stress of hauling. 
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readytorodeo
Reg. Dec 2005
Posted 2015-08-31 1:04 PM
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so if you do the immune too, do you give just one scoop of each morning and night? 
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FLITASTIC
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2015-08-31 1:18 PM
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Shortbus - 2015-08-31 7:33 AM

On the Cur Ost Adapt do you use it all the time or can you use it right before a show?

I asked Dr. Schell this very question. He said it takes 2-3 days to really work so you CAN give it before a show. My 4 year old I give it to daily because it makes his training so much easier. But I plan to back of to " As needed" very soon.
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Shortbus
Reg. Aug 2010
Posted 2015-08-31 1:40 PM
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FLITASTIC - 2015-08-31 1:18 PM

Shortbus - 2015-08-31 7:33 AM

On the Cur Ost Adapt do you use it all the time or can you use it right before a show?

I asked Dr. Schell this very question. He said it takes 2-3 days to really work so you CAN give it before a show. My 4 year old I give it to daily because it makes his training so much easier. But I plan to back of to " As needed" very soon.

Thank you! My gelding is calm and rides like a pleasure horse at home but take him to a show he just gets excited & gets himself all wound up. He knows his job and is ready to go. Just thought this may take some of the excitement out and get him to calm down & relax.
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FLITASTIC
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2015-08-31 3:12 PM
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Yea, then just do it couple days before a show and day after.
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Herbie
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-08-31 3:39 PM
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readytorodeo - 2015-08-31 1:04 PM so if you do the immune too, do you give just one scoop of each morning and night? 

 No, if on he maintenance dose, you'd give two scoops of the Total Support and two scoops of the Immune & Repair at one feeding, preferably morning depending on what time you usually ride or compete.  Don't split the dose and give one scoop twice daily. 
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Turnburnsis
Reg. Nov 2004
Posted 2015-08-31 5:30 PM
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i ordered mine today. I am getting the total and the immune. If it works I have a second horse that will be trying the products on but he has different issues so will be a little different for him. anxious I will take before and after pics. the one I am gonna try first actually looks pretty good but still gonna do the pics anyways. will keep everyone posted :))
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Anniemae
Reg. Jan 2004
Posted 2015-08-31 5:52 PM
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Can someone explain what Cur Ost is and how it works? 
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Herbie
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-09-01 9:04 AM
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Anniemae - 2015-08-31 5:52 PM Can someone explain what Cur Ost is and how it works? 

Annimae, Cur-Ost is a group of products developed by Dr. Tom Schell.  These products use specific herbs to treat inflammatory conditions in the horse that begin in the hindgut, and then lead to other inflammatory issues in the body from joints, to allergies, COPD, GI issues, laminitis, etc.  Nearly all of the chronic issues we deal with in our horses are due to inflammatory conditions that begin in the hind gut.  Check out the forum at https://secondvet.com/index.php/forum/equine.  You can create an account and read several different posts discussing these issues.  I would encourage you to read the office hours post on "Grasping the Concept of Inflammation" about half way down the form page.  It explains how inflammation can attack different aspects of both ours, and our horses health.  

This isn't just another supplement, it's a miracle.  Dr. Schell and his products literally saved my horse's life when 4 very competant vets here locally who had treated this horse were left scratching their heads.  I'm so happy to have found Dr. Schell and www.nouvelleresearch.com!  Now others are getting to experience the same dramatic results I did.   
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CarrieH77
Reg. Dec 2005
Posted 2015-09-08 3:58 PM
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I just got mine today. So excited to try it on my PSSM mare!! Will keep everyone posted.
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Herbie
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-09-08 4:28 PM
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CarrieH77 - 2015-09-08 3:58 PM I just got mine today. So excited to try it on my PSSM mare!! Will keep everyone posted.

I'm so excited too!  Can't wait to read about all the changes you see with her! 
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Turnburnsis
Reg. Nov 2004
Posted 2015-09-08 5:58 PM
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I am bout five days in. My horse that I got off the track I didn't have the money to do the loading dose so I am only doing the maintenance doses I realize that it may take longer to see a difference. Well it is helping him He is always a friendly horse easy to catch but will not go out of his way to see you. He came to the fence to see my mom to be petted first time ever in the eight months I have had him! His coat is looking better but will need a little more time to see exactly how much helping him. My barrel horse with COPD he is on the total health loading dose and the immune repair. not one time has he coughed but he was on steriods before I started this product and I was at the very end of the steriods before I started using this product so will see if this continues on the no coughing and will be hopfully making a run this weekend ( I havent ran him since he was diagnosed a month ago and on meds. ) But I did notice today and yesterday that his coat is so bright and shiny and very coppery (he is sorrel) He has always had a shiny coat but never this bright. So that has to mean it is doing something on the inside for his coat to change I really think I am gonna love these products. Also he had a sacroid on the inside of a hind leg that was gumball size I never did anything for it because it wasnt bothering him and I didnt want to take a chance of spreading when I changed to feed program about 6-8 months ago it shrunk to half the size but since I added the Cur-Ost it has strunk again and now it has color to it stead of white looking I think it completely go away! I wish I had taken before pics and documented everything but I am horrible with being organized and didn't think I would see any changes to worry bout. But I wish I had taken pics of this sacroid and the changes. all by changing the feed and now adding the Curost He has had this sacroid at least four years. It changed bout four months ago to 1/2 its size and stayed the same now that it is changing again I know that it is this product! Thanks Herbie! I cannot wait for 30 days on both horses!
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slowpoke
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-09-09 6:55 AM
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My mare with COPD and Esophagus issues wont touch her feed with anything added to it. She preferably could care less if she eats her feed at all. I have tried multiple feeds and nothing. She leaves all the supplement at the bottom and any crumbs. The birds get it.. Im not all about feeding birds these expensive supplements. She also dont like anything wet added so no oils to help her eat it. Picky mare.....
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GLP
Reg. Oct 2013
Posted 2015-09-09 8:22 AM
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My horse was a bad gobbler. He crammed so much feed in his mouth, it just fell out. Since changing him to Omni cubes, a 1/2 cup of oats and his cur Ost supplement he has slowed way down on eating. I hear him licking his big feed tub for several minutes. I check his tub and the bottom is wet from his licking. I don't what made him change. Is it the desire to get every little oat? Is the cur Ost that tasty? Just thoughts to ponder for the gobblers and picky eaters.
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Bear
Reg. Dec 2007
Posted 2015-09-09 8:28 AM
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I've looked closely at this product. It seems to me that the the key ingredient might be the curcumin, which is found in turmeric. While most herbal remedies are, at best, weakly supported by good scientific evidence (clinical trials, etc...), turmeric is one herb that shows some pretty decent potential for possibly a wide range of disorders. My question is, how much does it cost per horse, per month? The next question is how much turmeric is enough for a horse, and would it be a lot less expensive to just give turmeric?
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