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Thecowgirlinme
Reg. Mar 2013
Posted 2015-10-01 10:55 AM
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PLEASEE keep us updated!!! Anxious to hear your results and hopeful it works!
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Herbie
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-10-01 3:39 PM
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cavyrunsbarrels - 2015-09-30 6:06 PM 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!

Get ready, Cavy!  I have a work friend that started taking the product for severe fibromyalgia and is down to one tramadol (sp?) a day and is sleeping through the night.  She is taking the Immune and the Ultimate.  She also used to not have a bowel movement for two weeks at a time and is now going every day.  The improvement I have see in my horse is remarkable, but her story may likely be the most moving success story yet.  A month ago she couldn't get out of her bed and come to work, this morning she came skipping in my office smiling and whistling.....pain medicine free. 

Since your pain is severe, i'd recommend you take it twice a day for at least a week if possible then back down to once daily. 
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Herbie
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-10-01 3:41 PM
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oranges - 2015-09-26 8:01 AM 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

You might try it with grape juice, that's the only way I could get it down at first too.  Now I actually don't mind it a bit. 
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oranges
Reg. Sep 2009
Posted 2015-10-01 5:54 PM
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The shot way is it for me. I mixed it in a protien shake and could still taste it. Just take a shot and get it done. How long before you guys were feeling results? I'm taking immune and pure. I wanted help with allergies, maybe I read wrong and should have tried the ultimate?
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GLP
Reg. Oct 2013
Posted 2015-10-02 9:03 AM
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oranges - 2015-10-01 5:54 PM

The shot way is it for me. I mixed it in a protien shake and could still taste it. Just take a shot and get it done. How long before you guys were feeling results? I'm taking immune and pure. I wanted help with allergies, maybe I read wrong and should have tried the ultimate?

I emailed Dr. Schell listing all my health concerns for me and my husband and he recommended the Ultimate for us. So far it has really helped and I started feeling a difference with a painful knee right away, then in a couple of days all my aches were gone. Interestingly, the better I eat the better it helps my allergies. If I eat crap then it doesn't help as much, but that is my fault. And it does still help but its hard to stop inflammation when you are feeding said inflammation with bad food choices.
I highly recommend emailing Dr. Schell.
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Herbie
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-10-02 2:50 PM
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OK, so earlier in this thread I mentioned my coworker who was having such great success with the product for her fibromyalgia.  A month ago she came in crying due to the pain and was missing work because she was unable to get out of bed.  She was already on a curcurmin supplement, but her pain was still unbareable.  She knew what a skeptic I had been and I had shared with her the experience my  horse and all that had happened.  She came in one day crying and handed me $100 bill and please help me.  I realized it was going to cost $150 for the supplement that she didn't have, so I paid the extra $50 out of my pocket to get her started and assured her that she would know in a month if this was going to help her, and if it did, we'd cross the next price bridge when it came.  She told me through tears that IF this cur-OST stuff worked, that she was going to come in doing cartwheels in front of my office, to which I replied I was going to hold her to that.  I look up after lunch and low and behold, there she is, cartwheeling in front of my office.  Please excuse the "belly shot" but if this can help her, with her extreme pain and issues with inflammation, it can help anyone. 

She's now off all prescription medication except for her tramadol once daily, and that has been reduced from 3 times daily to once daily.  She says she thinks she could get off of it totally, but she's scared.  I suspect she will be done with it before long.  She's also gone from having a bowel movement once every 2 weeks to almost daily. 

I know people are tired of hearing me, and others, rave about this stuff, but if we follow the program, be prepared for near miraculous results!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3yAX0nDyIYs

 
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Canchaser532
Reg. Feb 2013
Posted 2016-01-06 10:12 PM
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New to CurOst, still reading all the responses. Question: Does anyone use an oil on top? Healthy coat? Health E oil? Also what grain do you feed? Currently I am using nutrena performance.
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SmokinGirlie
Reg. Jun 2006
Posted 2016-01-07 7:35 AM
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Canchaser532 - 2016-01-06 10:12 PM New to CurOst, still reading all the responses. Question: Does anyone use an oil on top? Healthy coat? Health E oil? Also what grain do you feed? Currently I am using nutrena performance.

Nope, just Flax :) And plain ole' oats, have you checked out secondvet.com very helpful!    
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GLP
Reg. Oct 2013
Posted 2016-01-09 10:09 AM
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Nope, no oil, just Omni cubes and Mustang Sally cubes. Well, free choice grass hay, too.
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Canchaser532
Reg. Feb 2013
Posted 2016-01-12 9:48 PM
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Anyone feed more than oats? Such as recipe including oats from mill? I currently am feeding Nutrena performance feed, and looking to try something new and seriously considering curost, have thought about trying Roasted To Perfection feed.

Also just got through all the responses on the thread now to check out the secondvet website! ??
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MidWest1452
Reg. May 2013
Posted 2016-01-13 2:54 PM
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Whole oats (by it's self) is what the majority of Cur Ost people who I have talked to feed. I feed my mare 1.5# of whole oats once a day and .75# once a day to my old gelding. I also add whole flax (1/2 cup for my mare and 1/3 cup for my older gelding), some people use BOSS or chia seeds as well. The reason whole oats and other whole grains is the way to go with Cur Ost is you are trying to eliminate any artificial ingredients or other fillers that increase inflammation. Whole oats and other whole grains is the purest and only unprocessed feed you can get for horses, that is why Dr Schell recommends using it with his products. The main point of Cur Ost is to reduce inflammation in the body so when you feed Cur Ost prodcuts with processed feeds you are almost contradicting yourself by feeding an anti inflammatory on top of a feed that increases inflammation. Hope that helps, I'm still new to this so I'm still in the learning stage. SecondVet is very helpful! Dr. Schell himself answers everyone's questions, which is great! I have seen great results so far in both my horses so it's well worth revamping your feed program and trying Cur Ost!
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SmokinGirlie
Reg. Jun 2006
Posted 2016-01-14 9:20 AM
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MidWest1452 - 2016-01-13 2:54 PM Whole oats (by it's self) is what the majority of Cur Ost people who I have talked to feed. I feed my mare 1.5# of whole oats once a day and .75# once a day to my old gelding. I also add whole flax (1/2 cup for my mare and 1/3 cup for my older gelding), some people use BOSS or chia seeds as well. The reason whole oats and other whole grains is the way to go with Cur Ost is you are trying to eliminate any artificial ingredients or other fillers that increase inflammation. Whole oats and other whole grains is the purest and only unprocessed feed you can get for horses, that is why Dr Schell recommends using it with his products. The main point of Cur Ost is to reduce inflammation in the body so when you feed Cur Ost prodcuts with processed feeds you are almost contradicting yourself by feeding an anti inflammatory on top of a feed that increases inflammation. Hope that helps, I'm still new to this so I'm still in the learning stage. SecondVet is very helpful! Dr. Schell himself answers everyone's questions, which is great! I have seen great results so far in both my horses so it's well worth revamping your feed program and trying Cur Ost!

You won't be dissapointed !

Nice job explaining MidWest!

 
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GLP
Reg. Oct 2013
Posted 2016-01-14 10:42 AM
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I just want post the results of a little test I did on the 2 I have on Total. I put the Total directly in their feed tubs with just a hand full on Omni cubes to see if they would eat the supplement or not. They sure did eat the supplement! They shoved the few cubes aside and licked the powder up and then ate the cubes. I wasn't really surprised because I have noticed that in the mornings when I feed their supplements they eat quietly with no tub rattlings or knock overs. In the evenings they are rattling and turning the tubs over. I thought maybe they were looking for the Total and now I think that is probably the case. Oh, and the mare is a very picky eater and she licked up her Total first.
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ND3canAddict
Reg. Sep 2003
Posted 2016-01-14 3:31 PM
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GLP - 2015-09-15 9:17 AM
Herbie - 2015-09-15 8:44 AM I love the smell of it personally.  Smells like Laffy Taffy!  HAHA  It took my horse about a week to get in his bucket, but he used to be a major feed skeptic and would pick around most anything even if I made it all into a mash.  I didn't start with the whole two scoops twice daily until he was cleaning everything up every feeding.  I moisten my feed, stir, put in supplement, stir and serve.  I do this in the bucket i'm actually feeding him in so that the supplement is on top and less likely to filter out in the bottom.  What he didn't clean up I would just dump on top of his next meal along with the next serving and stir it in.  In a week he was cleaning his plate and now leaves his alfalfa to eat his oats and Cur-OST and literally is a bucket licker.  Prior to this he's never been an aggressive eater....would take him an hour or more to clean up a full scoop of anything.



The human version does taste bad and is gritty (I'm taking the Ultimate and the Immune).  I played with lots of juices to mix it in and found that grape juice is the best for me.  Grape juice is strong and thick so it masks alot of the smell and taste.  Still gritty but I just pretend i'm back in college and CHUG!  
 
Yep, Herbie, grape juice is my choice, too. I have tried it lately with blueberry juice that has less sugar and it was ok and I have tried it with cranberry juice and I could choke it down, lol.

I had been creeping this and ordered Human Ultimate last week.  I was reading about the awful taste, but holy cats.  It tastes like stagnent pond water and Catholic church inscence.  I'm trying to shed a few pounds, so I just drink it with water and chug.  I have a little basket of blueberries, so I chug and chase it with blueberries.  I can get the 12 ounces down in 2 pulls.

I don't know if it's just because I want it to work or if it actually IS working, but my muscle aches and pains are about 40% better after only 3 days on it (I'm doing 2 scoops in the morning and 2 in the evening). I'm looking forward to seeing how I'll feel in a month! :)

I don't have my horses on any supplements at all, and I don't have any that I feel need anything special (thank goodness), but if I do, at least I can have some point of reference for their effectiveness!

 
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scootersgirl
Reg. Dec 2010
Posted 2016-03-01 1:22 PM
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So, after reading a couple of posts about this Cur ost supplement I went ahead and ordered some for my mare this morning. Did it take very long for it to get shipped? Thanks.

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run n rate
Reg. Feb 2007
Posted 2016-03-01 2:48 PM
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Seemed like my first shipment took a while or maybe it was just because I wanted it to be there, but the next few orders haven't taken near as long.
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GLP
Reg. Oct 2013
Posted 2016-03-01 3:04 PM
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I live in South Texas and it always takes a day or two more for me to get products mailed to me, but not Cur Ost. So far at the most it has been 4/5 days, but usually within 3 days.
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MidWest1452
Reg. May 2013
Posted 2016-03-01 10:14 PM
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First shipment close to a week but that was also around christmas when I ordered. After that I order on Friday's when I get paid and normally it is here by Wednesday, Thursday at the latest. I live in ND. 
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scootersgirl
Reg. Dec 2010
Posted 2016-03-04 2:28 PM
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It was delivered today! I ordered Tuesday evening and it was in my mailbox this afternoon. Looking forward to trying it out on my mare.
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MidWest1452
Reg. May 2013
Posted 2016-03-04 2:44 PM
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 That was fast! That's great! What issues are you having with your horse  and which products did you get? 
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