Horses and People

Herbs for Itchy Skin

From a herbal perspective we don’t necessarily suggest the same herbs for a specific problem with every horse. For example, with Queensland Itch, the herbs one owner may use with their horse may not be the same as the herbs that work for the neighbour’s horse. This is because herbalists look at the whole horse and often the expression of itchy skin gives other indicators that help the herbalist decide the best possible combination in each case.

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