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SmokinGirlie
Reg. Jun 2006
Posted 2015-10-20 11:24 AM
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Mainer-racer - 2015-10-20 11:14 AM So all of you that are using the product on your horses, (especially the ones with allergies) are you going to feed this all year round, or take them off of it during the winter months?

I will feed year round because I am a worry wart. It was hard enough for me to make the jump without losing it, haha! 
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Herbie
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-10-20 12:13 PM
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Mainer-racer - 2015-10-20 11:14 AM

So all of you that are using the product on your horses, (especially the ones with allergies) are you going to feed this all year round, or take them off of it during the winter months?

Absolutely will feed it year round. It's getting the immune response under control through the gut that is allowing the allergies to be controlled. We are now treating the source of the issue rather than the outward response were seeing (allergies and gastric upset in my particular case). I won't risk anything relapsing to save a few dollars through the winter. It was winter when my horse got so bad in the first place. I personally feel that winter is worse for my hirse due to the dusty and moly indoor barns and dust in my own barn that I can't control.
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Herbie
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Posted 2015-10-20 12:15 PM
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iloveequine40 - 2015-10-20 10:54 AM

Herbie, you are more than welcome to pm me. "Diet" is hard for so many people because our view of food. We use it to show love, entertain, comfort, and nutritional necessity is often an after thought. All the technology and "advancements" to make our lives easier, to be more convenient to "create" more time for other things and yet we're still too busy, too stressed, unhealthy, unhappy.

 I will Def do that! I'm on vaca this week and difficult to type on my phone, but will try to get in my iPad or computer and give you a shout, as I definitely need help in this area!
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SmokinGirlie
Reg. Jun 2006
Posted 2015-10-20 12:24 PM
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Herbie - 2015-10-20 12:13 PM
Mainer-racer - 2015-10-20 11:14 AM So all of you that are using the product on your horses, (especially the ones with allergies) are you going to feed this all year round, or take them off of it during the winter months?
Absolutely will feed it year round. It's getting the immune response under control through the gut that is allowing the allergies to be controlled. We are now treating the source of the issue rather than the outward response were seeing (allergies and gastric upset in my particular case). I won't risk anything relapsing to save a few dollars through the winter. It was winter when my horse got so bad in the first place. I personally feel that winter is worse for my hirse due to the dusty and moly indoor barns and dust in my own barn that I can't control.

Yep, what she said!  
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Mainer-racer
Reg. Oct 2004
Posted 2015-10-20 1:20 PM
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Thank you! My horse was just dx on early signs of COPD - season is basically over up here so I think I'll start the 1st of the year. Thank you!
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Nevertooold
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-10-20 1:47 PM
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Has there been any research on long term use of these products? 
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SmokinGirlie
Reg. Jun 2006
Posted 2015-10-20 1:54 PM
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 I'm sure you could google each ingredient and see what it does when used long term?
 
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Nevertooold
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-10-20 2:25 PM
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Thanks! 
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SmokinGirlie
Reg. Jun 2006
Posted 2015-10-20 3:08 PM
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Nevertooold - 2015-10-20 2:25 PM Thanks! 

Welcome!

and a disclaimer I am no way affiliated with Cur Ost in any way. I just stumbled across it like the rest of you and thankfully it has helped my horse immensely!  

 
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oranges
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Posted 2015-10-23 7:43 AM
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Mainer-racer - 2015-10-20 10:14 AM

So all of you that are using the product on your horses, (especially the ones with allergies) are you going to feed this all year round, or take them off of it during the winter months?

This same question, or do you take a few days off every few weeks. And can you use an NSAID with it?
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Herbie
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Posted 2015-10-25 3:28 PM
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 I take no days off and haven't had a need for an NSAID since I've been feeding it. The product itself offers alot of anti-inflammatory herbs.
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