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

Letter from Dutch Henry, Appomattox, VA., author.
DSLD and Tendon Repair on 5-16-22:

Dutch Henry, AuthorDutch Henry, AuthorHowdy Friends! This is a testimonial to the progress in my mare's tendon repair – Specifically Related To Her Diagnosed DSLD (degenerative suspensory ligament desmitis).

It is widely believed DSLD is "incurable." We'll see. Dr. Thomas believes it IS indeed curable.

I have enjoyed a long relationship with Dr Thomas and everyone at "For Love of the Horse." I have had grand success with his formulas both in my own person (terrible back degeneration healed) my horses (Heaves and Lyme disease totally healed). And when I used to travel doing posture clinics I saw many horses in a wide range of ailments, including Uveitis, Melanoma, and Arthritis, healed. I always say, "Doc's herbs work every time when protocol is followed correctly." Because they do.

Let's now look at my current re-hab, Miss Rosie. Now a 20 year old Paso Fino Mare, who had been a brood mare and endured years of neglect. I adopted her April 2020, when she was 18. Grossly overweight, teeth growing through her tongue, cheeks, and palate. She was ewe-necked and her top-line badly dropped. Her feet had been neglected for a very long time, grossly overgrown. She is sickle-hocked in rear, and slightly behind the knee up front. Her confirmation alone puts strains on her tendons, and overall posture. I said the day I brought her home I had a 30 year old, 18 year old.

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