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GLP
Reg. Oct 2013
Posted 2015-09-15 10:20 AM
Subject: RE: Cur Ost....too good to be true?


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GLP - 2015-09-14 8:47 PM
daisycake123 - 2015-09-14 7:41 PM Anyone try the human stuff. What didit do for you.
I use the human stuff. I had started riding in a knee brace because my knee was bit hearing me and was swollen. My hips were giving me some trouble, too. I am now NOT riding in a brace, my knee doesn't hurt and the swelling is pretty much gone. Hips heel great too . It took a little while though. It was very interesting. My knee improved first, almost right away. Then my right hip which was the worst, then my left hip. My mom was diagnosed with advanced arthritis in her hip so I going to see what Cur Ost people recommend and get her some too

WhichΒ specific product are you on?Β 

I am on the Ultimate and will be asking about the Immune since my worst season for sinus/allergies is coming up. This stuff has really helped my joints. But I have noticed the better I eat the better the Ultimate works, but that only makes sense when you think about it.
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FLITASTIC
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2015-09-15 10:39 AM
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The better you eat the less inflammation you have so the product can be more effective. SOme are giving the curost while still feeding feeds that have molasses in them ( Like blue bonnet etc). Its "OK" but the molasses causes some problems in the gut that the curost has to combat. You def will see improvement. But if you feed a natural feed like Oats then that curost can be even more potent. My colt gets a low starch 2% feed (He hates oats for whatever reason, might be allergic to them) with the curost and my good horse with issues gets the oats and curost.
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CE's wrapn3
Reg. Jul 2009
Posted 2015-09-15 10:44 AM
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FLITASTIC - 2015-09-15 10:39 AM The better you eat the less inflammation you have so the product can be more effective. SOme are giving the curost while still feeding feeds that have molasses in them ( Like blue bonnet etc). Its "OK" but the molasses causes some problems in the gut that the curost has to combat. You def will see improvement. But if you feed a natural feed like Oats then that curost can be even more potent. My colt gets a low starch 2% feed (He hates oats for whatever reason, might be allergic to them) with the curost and my good horse with issues gets the oats and curost.
Did yours eat it when you first fed it to them? 

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readytorodeo
Reg. Dec 2005
Posted 2015-09-15 10:50 AM
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FLITASTIC - 2015-09-15 10:39 AM The better you eat the less inflammation you have so the product can be more effective. SOme are giving the curost while still feeding feeds that have molasses in them ( Like blue bonnet etc). Its "OK" but the molasses causes some problems in the gut that the curost has to combat. You def will see improvement. But if you feed a natural feed like Oats then that curost can be even more potent. My colt gets a low starch 2% feed (He hates oats for whatever reason, might be allergic to them) with the curost and my good horse with issues gets the oats and curost.

what is t he name of the feed you are feeding your colt? 
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Mousenatownla
Reg. Mar 2004
Posted 2015-09-15 11:28 AM
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It took a week probably for my horse to start cleaning it up, but he was that way with ANYTHING I put in his feed. Now I think I could put mud in it and he would eat it. 
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Mousenatownla
Reg. Mar 2004
Posted 2015-09-15 11:34 AM
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SmokinGirlie - 2015-09-15 9:59 AM  This is intriguing me....I've been through the ringer with my horse and pharyangitis, allergies, and Pneumonia. I know the humidity bothers her and I can only assume because of what she's been through. She is so stoic, hardly shows me a thing and will give me 110% every time so I really have to pay attention to her. 



We’ve been down the antibiotics road (she’s allergic to certain kinds), Dex (made her look and feel like crap), Ventipulmin (made her crazy), Alburteral (bandaid), I still use Wind Aid or Air Power if it is dusty or humid and use Formula 707 stuff in her nose along with Flair Strips occasionally and she is on Allergy Shots. She doesn’t cough, maybe 1 time if it is insanely dusty, and no discharge.



Thinking about how the Pneumonia affected her lungs I put her on Oxy-Gen products to help with her lung support and Immunize pellets for overall health since I haul quite a bit.



Herbie, you have intrigued me! But I feel like such a product junkie, how do you know what to do?! 

I tried several of the oxygen products on mine, but could not tell any difference. Don't feel that way, they are all different just like we are and what works for one may not work for another. But your horse sounds like an excellent candidate to try the cur ost. 
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FLITASTIC
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2015-09-15 12:45 PM
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CE's wrapn3 - 2015-09-15 8:44 AM

FLITASTIC - 2015-09-15 10:39 AM The better you eat the less inflammation you have so the product can be more effective. SOme are giving the curost while still feeding feeds that have molasses in them ( Like blue bonnet etc). Its "OK" but the molasses causes some problems in the gut that the curost has to combat. You def will see improvement. But if you feed a natural feed like Oats then that curost can be even more potent. My colt gets a low starch 2% feed (He hates oats for whatever reason, might be allergic to them) with the curost and my good horse with issues gets the oats and curost.
Did yours eat it when you first fed it to them?Β 

Yep!! I was lucky. They really took to it!
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FLITASTIC
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2015-09-15 12:46 PM
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FLITASTIC - 2015-09-15 10:39 AM The better you eat the less inflammation you have so the product can be more effective. SOme are giving the curost while still feeding feeds that have molasses in them ( Like blue bonnet etc). Its "OK" but the molasses causes some problems in the gut that the curost has to combat. You def will see improvement. But if you feed a natural feed like Oats then that curost can be even more potent. My colt gets a low starch 2% feed (He hates oats for whatever reason, might be allergic to them) with the curost and my good horse with issues gets the oats and curost.

what is t he name of the feed you are feeding your colt?Β 

Its locally produced, its called " Integrity Light" no molasses
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SmokinGirlie
Reg. Jun 2006
Posted 2015-09-15 1:05 PM
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Mousenatownla - 2015-09-15 11:34 AM
SmokinGirlie - 2015-09-15 9:59 AM  This is intriguing me....I've been through the ringer with my horse and pharyangitis, allergies, and Pneumonia. I know the humidity bothers her and I can only assume because of what she's been through. She is so stoic, hardly shows me a thing and will give me 110% every time so I really have to pay attention to her. 



We’ve been down the antibiotics road (she’s allergic to certain kinds), Dex (made her look and feel like crap), Ventipulmin (made her crazy), Alburteral (bandaid), I still use Wind Aid or Air Power if it is dusty or humid and use Formula 707 stuff in her nose along with Flair Strips occasionally and she is on Allergy Shots. She doesn’t cough, maybe 1 time if it is insanely dusty, and no discharge.



Thinking about how the Pneumonia affected her lungs I put her on Oxy-Gen products to help with her lung support and Immunize pellets for overall health since I haul quite a bit.



Herbie, you have intrigued me! But I feel like such a product junkie, how do you know what to do?! 
I tried several of the oxygen products on mine, but could not tell any difference. Don't feel that way, they are all different just like we are and what works for one may not work for another. But your horse sounds like an excellent candidate to try the cur ost. 

 I know I was just telling Herbie that, she sounds like the perfect case study if anything! 

How scary and nerve wracking, I'm so nervous that she will get sick again but it all makes sense to take her off it all. 
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BobbieL
Reg. Dec 2005
Posted 2015-09-15 8:20 PM
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How are you drinking yours? I am having a tough time getting this down. Even with orange juice 
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BobbieL
Reg. Dec 2005
Posted 2015-09-15 8:20 PM
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How are you drinking yours? I am having a tough time getting this down. Even with orange juice 
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oranges
Reg. Sep 2009
Posted 2015-09-16 6:51 AM
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Apologies for offending anyone about the cost. My current feed cost per horse is $60 a month including hay, local milled feed, salt, etc. I only have had to pay the vet for vaccines and coggins for the past few years, have not bought a new saddle or pad either. I am starting to have issues with one of my horses and am researching for some options. You can understand how it might be hard to think of the extra cost of a supplement when you look at what I currently spend.
But. . .
The testimonials here have been helpful. I'm debating. I especially need some allergy help myself. My horse seems super arthritic, just is not moving like he should.
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Herbie
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-09-16 8:41 AM
Subject: RE: Cur Ost....too good to be true?


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BobbieL - 2015-09-15 8:20 PM How are you drinking yours? I am having a tough time getting this down. Even with orange juice 

BobbieL, I am drinking mine with grape juice.  I struggled with the orange juice as well and played with the juices until I found the right blend.  The OJ worked better for me if I diluted it with water.  I'd say I mix it with 8 oz or less of juice/water combined and chug.  The grape juice is a better option for me personally as it seems to take away the bitter taste and then you just have the grit.  Interestingly enough, after about 3 weeks, I got used to the taste and the texture and don't mind it at all now.  That being said, I don't milk it, I just mix it up and drink it quickly. 
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Herbie
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-09-16 8:55 AM
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oranges - 2015-09-16 6:51 AM Apologies for offending anyone about the cost. My current feed cost per horse is $60 a month including hay, local milled feed, salt, etc. I only have had to pay the vet for vaccines and coggins for the past few years, have not bought a new saddle or pad either. I am starting to have issues with one of my horses and am researching for some options. You can understand how it might be hard to think of the extra cost of a supplement when you look at what I currently spend. But. . . The testimonials here have been helpful. I'm debating. I especially need some allergy help myself. My horse seems super arthritic, just is not moving like he should.

No offense taken whatsoever, oranges, I think there was some misconception about the cost, as it is doubled the first month due to the laoding dose, but then down to maintenance doses.  The pricing you see on the website is for a 30 day supply on the maintenance level.  IN the first 30 days with the loading dose, you'd go through a bag and a half.  Still expensive, but not considering the results. 

I understand, for years i've not had any notable issues with my horses.  Looking back now, I wish I had known about these products then, as there are some things I think could have been improved upon.  I recently even put my 2 YO on the Total Support.  I skipped the loading dose because she doesn't have any issues I feel we need to get a jump start on. 

 
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Herbie
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-09-16 1:37 PM
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This should answer alot of the questions that have been posed earlier on this thread.  I'm so thankful to have found this company!
https://www.secondvet.com/index.php/forum/equine/81-discussion-truth-transparency 
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oranges
Reg. Sep 2009
Posted 2015-09-17 6:44 AM
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Once your an established customer are there any further discounts or sales?
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Herbie
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-09-17 8:37 AM
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oranges - 2015-09-17 6:44 AM Once your an established customer are there any further discounts or sales?

They will list a quarterly discount (I think) on their facebook page, but it's only good for a week or so.  They also offer tiered pricing, where if you buy more than one bag at a time you can get a price break.  No other discounts that i'm aware of.   
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Reg. Sep 2003
Posted 2015-09-17 10:21 AM
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Just an FYI to those reading this with Broodmares.  It doesn't say not safe for Broodmares.  IT says it hasn't been tested for pregnant mares.  SO I do know some of the stuff used in it shouldn't be given to broodmares.  So just wanted to share a heads up. 
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oranges
Reg. Sep 2009
Posted 2015-09-26 8:01 AM
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Ordered Cur Ost for myself and it came yesterday. Yuck, it is gross. Today I mixed it with about an ounce of water and took it as a shot. That's probably going to be the best way for me to take it
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Reg. Dec 2010
Posted 2015-09-30 6:06 PM
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After trying pure turmeric powder, THE MM w/ joint/inflammation, allergy, and something else mixed, and Smartpaks one supplement that's basically like Bute-less plus MSM and not a one of them did jack sh!t for my horse's chronic inflammation in his back, allergies, or muscle growth, I'm skeptical to say the least. He has KS and injections and a very consistent riding/lunging schedule keep him feeling pretty good, but if he has 2 or 3 days off he's back to being in pain. I'm implementing some "horse yoga" into our program and some other stretches on the ground but if there's something I can feed that helps not only with his back but with his allergies/breathing that would be marvelous. He spends the warmer months covered in fly gear because insect bites=itchy welts all over his body. His skin also can't handle some fly sprays/treatments. He ALSO seems to not do too well in dusty arenas. He NEVER coughs but sneezes /clears his airways more than other horses I know.

Now, I also have extreme back and joint pain. My knee pain got to the point where I couldn't even get on and off the toilet without tearing up--and I am 21 years old. I had x-rays done and nothing was wrong. Eliminating almost all sugar from my diet got my knees like 90% better, but I do still struggle with some stiffness and soreness. My back is worse. Every square inch from the base of my skull to the tip of my tailbone is in excruciating pain 24/7 and has been for over FIVE YEARS NOW. I have had multiple x-rays, an MRI, massage, chiro, acupuncture, injections, muscle relaxants, a "back buddy" (pushes on pressure points), yoga, heating pads, physical therapy, etc. I can manage temporary relief with yoga especially and a few other things, but 10 minutes after I'm finished the debilitating pain is back. SO I just ordered the Cur-Ost HU Pure. If it helps my issues, then I'll try it for my horse. Can't wait to check back with some hopefully good news!
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