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    Question Home remedies to cleanse a horses kidneys/liver?

    I can only find 1 product online that is for cleaninsg your horses kidneys. Anyone know of home remedies or what products are available for kidney / Live cleansing that are not chemical?
    Last edited by bombay; 04-25-2011 at 03:32 PM.

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    Is there any reason you want to cleanse your horse, apart from his age.

    For example he is unwell, displaying signs of illness, anemia.

    Please be careful when cleaning out the kidney/liver.

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    dandelions. they are nice & young right now, my horse loves them. i always let him forage on our walks/rides. he craves them at certain times of year. i like to let him chose what plants he needs. ofcourse, do your own research & ask a vet/nutritionist to be safe, but this might give you some ideas.
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    yes there is. Im very horse"experienced" and was wondering if anyone knew of a home remedy because i believe in homeopathic first before pushing chemicals into my horses system.

    Quote Originally Posted by pantha11 View Post
    Is there any reason you want to cleanse your horse, apart from his age.

    For example he is unwell, displaying signs of illness, anemia.

    Please be careful when cleaning out the kidney/liver.
    Last edited by bombay; 04-25-2011 at 03:38 PM.

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    Silver Lining Herbs has a kidney and liver support blend.
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    Just because your horse experienced, I would be very careful and talk to an equine vet or one that specializes in holistic or homeopathic means BEFORE doing it yourself. Anything can go wrong and if you harm your horse unintentionally, it maybe something you cannot deal with. Is your horse showing symptoms that you feel you need to do something? Is he having trouble with his kidneys? Liver? Have you gotten a blood test to check his kidney and liver functions first? If he is fine and healthy, leave him be.
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    i never said i didnt talk to my vet. i never said i was doing it myself. i never gave any details at all. I was simply asking if anyone knew of any natural or herbal route. or any cause all i could find was one product.
    and banat no need for sarcasm.
    wow- sorry i asked a simple question.

    Quote Originally Posted by OldGreyMare View Post
    Just because your horse experienced, I would be very careful and talk to an equine vet or one that specializes in holistic or homeopathic means BEFORE doing it yourself. Anything can go wrong and if you harm your horse unintentionally, it maybe something you cannot deal with. Is your horse showing symptoms that you feel you need to do something? Is he having trouble with his kidneys? Liver? Have you gotten a blood test to check his kidney and liver functions first? If he is fine and healthy, leave him be.

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