Posted 2019-01-09 3:40 PM (#7418541 - in reply to #7418505) Subject: RE: NFR2EQUINE
cindyt - 2019-01-09 9:48 AM
ropenrun - 2018-11-25 11:15 AM
getacheck - 2018-11-22 11:01 PM I see a lot of dealers/distributors posting results. I would like to see information from actual people using the product on their horses and nothing personal, but horses that have actually been to a vet with documentation of their lameness and persons competing. Very vague on what it is supposed to actually do, except make a lame navicular horse sound and able to run again. Please post factual information, a lot of people in the industry could benefit.
I would say a good portion of the dealers used the product and saw great results or they would not be selling it. I don't sell this product nor have I used it to date, but for products I personally sell, I wouldn't be selling them if I didn't believe they work. And just like many products both human and horse, herbal or pharma, what works for one does not always work for the next. Everyone needs to see for themselves. It is not an overly expensive item to take a gamble on. If it works, then you scored big time.
Im with getacheck... I mean I understand people becoming a dealer of something that worked for them, but I see very few if at all any that actually promote it without selling it... Anyone?
I've been waiting a while before I piped up about NRF2. I am not a dealer and don't want to be. I researched the supplement for FOUR months before trying it, even when friends where jumping on board.
I'm giving it to one horse and am taking it myself. I have bad endometriosis and cysts (I've had surgery, they're bad cases). After I take NRF2 the constant ache from the endometriosis significantly dims; after about 12 hrs it comes back. I am only one month in but I can tell it is trying to work so I am bumping up to NRF2 and NRF1. On the one horse I am feeding it to, I give 1 pill in the morning and 1 at night. He's been on it for a month. He has to have his hocks and stifles done twice a year. I just had him vet checked and he is still "off" in those areas (which is fine, I wasn't expecting a miraculous improvement) BUT I have noticed a significant improvement under saddle! He is stopping on his hind end like never before and using himself better in general. I don't know exactly what the NRF2 is impacting but it is making a difference somewhere. I made no feed or supplement changes other than adding NRF2. He has always received top of the line supplements and feed. He was raised and trained by an multiple NFR qualifier; he is extremely broke and has been trained to use himself correctly, so the difference felt in him is NOT from continued "training" etc. I will continue to give him two pills a day for now. The cost to do so is much less than many other supplements I have fed and I've never had improvement from those like I have the NRF2.
Posted 2019-01-09 3:42 PM (#7418542 - in reply to #7418506) Subject: RE: NFR2EQUINE
zansbeunogal_2268 - 2019-01-09 9:59 AM
this may be a dumb question, but does it compare to curost total equine???
I just replied to another person, see above. I have fed Cur-OST total to the above mentioned horse for months and months without noticing improvement like I have with NRF2. I stopped the Cur-ost about a year ago.
Posted 2019-01-09 10:08 PM (#7418603 - in reply to #7413957) Subject: RE: NFR2EQUINE
I have not started a horse on it yet but will be in the next couple months. My husband has been on it for a little over a year. He has 5 herniated disk and did not want to stay on painkillers. This helps him stay in good shape. He still of course has a bad back and has bad days but it has made his day to day much better. I just started it 4 days ago and was not planning on seeing any changes for at least 2 weeks and knew it would be longer before it really started to work. I am very surprised all already. I do notice I am less stiff, my hands feel better, my shoulder that I tore the bicep tendon in and has been killing me is less painful. I also got kicked and stepped on last year and the leg that got stepped on still have hoof prints in it and I have not really had feeling in it but noticed today I more sensation there than I have in 8 months. I am hoping it is real and not just me wanting it to work. So far I am a believer
Posted 2019-01-10 7:20 AM (#7418611 - in reply to #7414577) Subject: RE: NFR2EQUINE
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SwiftSmokinLady - 2018-11-27 2:22 PM If you look at the ingredients list I have seen, along with some other herbs, the main ingredient is turmeric. You can get it cheaper and feed alone, and get basically the same results I think. ...this coming from someone who was very close to buying, but spent lots of time researching.
Posted 2019-01-15 7:58 PM (#7419112 - in reply to #7413957) Subject: RE: NFR2EQUINE
I have been on it since April. It has been a game changer for me. The arthritis in my low back had gotten to the point that being competitive running barrels was not gonna happen. I was on 4 ibuprofen and 2 tylenol every 6 hours and some days banamine! After 6 months I only take Tylenol if I know I am going to be straining my back with things like digging post holes or stacking hay, etc. then I only need to take two.. otherwise i hardly use the stuff any more. If I run out I know it within about 2 days! I do not let myself run out any more.
It really helped my horses... especially with their focus . they are now so calm going up to make a run and they are ready to work. It has been really nice!