Supple joints for fluid movement
Horses rely greatly on fluid movement and suppleness in both everyday exercise and riding in and out of competition. Horse joints may become commonly stiff and sore through lack of movement or if joints are susceptible to injury. When properly lubricated, the cartilage enables frictionless movement of the joint. Friction poses a great threat to joint health in horses and can become the culprit for numerous joint problems.
In addition, correct symmetrical alignment is necessary. Inappropriate alignment puts stress on the structures even at the walk. If a horse with poor alignment in the joint is traveling at speed, performing athletic maneuvers, or going over jumps, the joint stress is greatly magnified.
The natural way
There is a lot that can be done naturally to promote joint fluidity and lessen stiffness. Make sure that your horse has proper shoeing, as improper shoeing can put joints and muscles at great risk for stiffness and soreness as well as injuries (check your Farrier's credentials). If your horse has healthy joints, maintain portions of daily movement of your horse to improve muscle tone and promote circulation of lymph fluid. A horse should maintain a healthy weight to lessen the strain on limbs and joints. Lastly, always opt to rest a horse that has joint problems, rather than continue on with a stress point.
What is EQuine Joint Relief?
EQuine Joint Relief is an FDA-registered natural remedy containing 100% homeopathic ingredients known for their ability to relieve stiff, sore muscles and joints as well as help maintain lubrication of joints.
Taken internally, the ingredients in Equine Joint Relief help facilitate easy fluid movement and suppleness, while supporting healthy joints in horses.
Presented in a convenient pilule form, EQuine Joint Relief is easy to administer.
All Native Remedies homeopathic products and biochemic tissue salts are manufactured in an FDA and GMP registered pharmaceutical facility under the supervision of qualified homeopaths and responsible pharmacists. Individual ingredients are listed in the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS).
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