Digestive Upset & Parasitic Infestation In Horses
Author: Bonnie J.
Skill: Energy Worker
Word Count: 174
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Testimonial ID: 5790-OR
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Relieving Digestive Upset & Parasitic Infestation in Horses
DiGize - (Tarragon, Ginger, Juniper, anise, Fennel, patchouly, Peppermint, Lemongrass)
This is an oil blend that I would not go without in my Essential Oil Field Kit. DiGize is very affective for digestive support and creating an unfriendly environment for parasites. When the hair coat of your horse or dog starts to get dull, then it is time to use the DiGize. Drop 2 to 4 drops of oil onto the palm of your hand ( adjust according to size of dog) then rub up the inside of each flank and massage out towards the umbilical area. Horses on depending size and condition 5 to 10 drops.
Time is of the essence when dealing with colic call your Veterinary immediately. Drop 10 to 20 drops of DiGize into their bottom lip, on the flanks and around the cornet band. Keep your horse moving while you are waiting for the Veterinary to come.
Is not meant to replace the advise of your health care professional.
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