Never heard good things about HHA.
I know Jordan Briggs and Jolene Montgomery are big advocates of it. Ofc, just becuase a product is advertised by a rider doesn't mean it's a good product.
Tequila1275 - 2020-10-07 8:40 PM
I have never heard anything bad about Simply Equine. People kept coming on here with their positive results.
i had good results at first but then turned bad.
Here is a good question for Heather.. what is the binder holding the herbs together in a pellet form? Shouldn't that ingredient be listed on the back of the package?
Jordon endorses a scientific HHA , it's done with a mass spectrometer thru Dr DePaolo. the HHA being discussed here is done by dousing/kinesiology/energy testing, completely different deal.
Liana D - 2020-10-08 7:27 AM
My bad should've read all of the previous posts...
I did a Hair Analysis with Simply Equine and was very happy with it,I had an idea of what was going on with my horse and tbey said the exact thing I was thinking and were able to tell my behaviors he may be exhibiting because of it all of which were spot on. It took two weeks for the the hair to get there and get sampled, they called me with my results and were super nice. I ordered the kidney cleanse from them and will update once I get feeding it if I see results, I figure for a $25 test and $75 product its worth it to give it a go. The vet call on its own would be costing me that. I have a friend that has used it on several horses and has had good experiences with their products.
Forgive me, but is Heather the person at Simply Equine?
horsegirl - 2020-10-16 9:34 AM
Yes she is
Just had a Horse Hair Analysis done - i felt the mare could be IR and the tests came back showing she was deficient in magnesium & chromium, both of which are needed for IR horses. I was impressed w/the report & would do it again if I needed to know what a horse was deficient in - also found my mare was at toxic levels for two minerals so making a few adjustments in overall feed program.
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