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Natraliving Horse HOMEOPATHY

How to use homeopathy

Homeopathy offer’s an effective option for some of the most common equine conditions and situations. Homeopathic tablets are non toxic and quite safe for animals and humans, young or old. Our ‘Homeopathic Remedy Selector’ gives a selected list of ailments and recommended choice of remedies to use. It is a good basic self help guide using some of the most popular homeopathic remedies. There are however, many other remedies that are in common use for a wide range of specific needs. If you would like to find out more information or you have any questions please contact us by email or on our advice line.

Which remedies should be used?
Using the Homeopathic Remedy Selector chart...

1st, find the prominent symptom, then select the first choice remedy which is commonly considered to be the most helpful.

2nd, check if there are any other relevant symptoms listed, then either select a remedy common to most needs, or use more than one remedy -a combination can be very beneficial.

3rd, if there is no noticeable improvements after use, try the second or third choice remedies that might be more suitable.

How should remedies be administered?
Avoid direct use of hands on the tablets to preserve their potency. Tip1or 2tablets at a time into the lid, then drop into the large cavity of the animal’s lipwhere it will dissolve and enter the system via the mucous membranes. You might find it easier to place the tablets into a slice of carrot or apple. It is not effective to mix into feed.

How often should remedies be used?
The dosage will depend on the actual symptom(s) and nature or condition of the patient. Sometimes even a single dose can provide great benefit.

(1 DOSE = 2 to 3 tablets)

In the case of emergencies, give every 10 -15 mins for up to 6 doses or in very acute cases 5-15 mins for first hour then reduce gradually.

Acute short term conditions that are resolvable,give 3 - 4 doses daily.

Persistent longer term conditions, requiring treatment over weeks or months- give once daily to once weekly.

In general, continue with dosage until symptom(s) improve or change, then reduce or stop with significant improvement or when symptom(s) cease. If you are not sure about anything and require further information or advice please contact us on our advice line.

If symptoms persist please consult your vet.

Homeopathic Remedy Selector

Equine Homeopathy Products


At our stables we have a couple of horses that have got sarcoids and we had tried a number of well known treatments before we discovered that homeopathy has a good reputation for treating them. I got in touch with Natraliving Health who advised us to use Sarcoid Aid and Thuja - remedy and cream. We have been giving the remedies and applying the cream to our horsees for just 2 weeks and already the scarcoids have changed. At first we were a bit worried when the sarcoids looked worse but we were reassured by Natraliving that this was in fact a good sign. Now the sarcoids look as if they are going to fall off very soon. We are amazed at the results and can certainly recommend homeopathy to any one who finds them selves in a similar situation.


Carol & Liz, Somerset