Contemporary Chinese Herbalism for Horse and Dog Health

Our Herbal Solutions are derived from the integration of Contemporary Chinese herbalism and pathophysiology. Each Solution has been precisely formulated by Dr. Thomas with strict adherence to Chinese medical theory and the pharmacologic actions of each herb used. Every formula is comprised of herb groupings chosen to target the root of the underlying problem as well as herb groupings to relieve the symptoms.

This is holistic medicine at its finest. As Chinese Medical theory is rooted in Taoism, the dynamic interplay within the body is the core concept in every formulation.

All the herbs we use are pharmaceutical grade extracts manufactured with surgical precision in laboratory through Evergreen a bio-medical Herbs.


SUCCESS STORIES

Liver Disease

Rocky

We ran a rescue for 30 yrs, and when 3 of our horses came down with serious liver disease, the only ones affected were our personal horses. We were never sure what poisoned their livers. My husband's great gelding Toby died a horrible death, and Rocky was very near death. All of the vet treatments failed us and a friend sent me this website...

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Torn Tendon

Torn Tendon Success Story

Pictured here is Harley, our now 8 year old half Saint Bernard and half Bernese Mountain dog. We bought him as a pup and fell in LOVE with him! He has been fantastic with all kids and other animals, except the local 'teaser' Fox! ;-) When he was 1 1/2 years old, he had torn his ACL as indicated by 4 Vets we took him to. We got quotes anywhere from $3,400 to $5,000 ...

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Neurological Disorder

Dakota

I started Dakota on an herb blend made by a local company. She improved, then relapsed. So, I contacted For Love of The Horse company because years ago I'd had good luck with their products. I got the delivery of "Neurological Disorder" in days-- to relieve Dakota of symptoms...

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Colic

Achilles

My 29-year-old TB decided to colic. He looked terrible! White gums, laying down, sweating profusely and elevated breathing. In the past when he colicked it would take as long as 10 hours AFTER the vet came to get him to come around and I was expecting this to be no different. ...

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