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On this page, Ewalia would like to offer you information on the topics of horse health, prevention and the effects of herbs. If scientific studies exist, we take care to use these as a basis for texts and publications.

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Ewalia magic tips

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On this page, Ewalia would like to offer you information on the topics of horse health, prevention and the effects of herbs. If scientific studies exist, we take care to use these as a basis for texts and publications.

Persistent wet, muddy conditions in autumn will often have horse owners dealing with pastern dermatitis, aka mud fever, cracked heel or greasy heel. Read further to learn what factors play a role and what you can do to treat mud fever.
Persistent wet, muddy conditions in autumn will often have horse owners dealing with pastern dermatitis, aka mud fever, cracked heel or greasy heel. Read further to learn what factors play a role and what you can do to treat mud fever.
During the Middle Ages, this thorny shrub from the genus Rosaceae with its white blossoms was a symbol of hope. Many ailments were treated with extracts of the blossoms, leaves and fruits of the hawthorn plant. Today hawthorn is called "medicine for the heart" and is used as a medication for heart failure.
Echinacea plants are native to central regions of the USA and have long been used by native Americans to treat infections and sepsis. In western phytotherapy today, echinacea is considered an extremely valuable aid in boosting the immune system. Echinacea is also used to treat allergies.
These brown, gold or pale yellow seeds from the flax plant have a firm place in the equestrian diet. Read on to find out why linseed and the products made from it are so valuable for your four-legged best friend.
More and more dogs suffer from contact allergies and environmental allergies, often in the form of skin irritations. These are called canine atopy or allergic contact dermatitis. Learn more here about how to treat your dog's allergy.
When veterinary medicine emerged as its own branch of science, valerian was one of the first plants to be described as a healing plant. Valerian today is a traditional home remedy to combat stress, irritability and anxiety in both humans and animals.
Comfrey was recommended for bone fractures and wounds by Hildegard von Bingen. It is often used in veterinary medicine as an external application to treat bruises, sprains, tendinitis, windgalls, nerve contusions and bone fractures.
Probably every dog owner is familiar with diarrhoea. Most dogs suffer from acute or chronic diarrhoea at some time in their lives, and for some it's a regular occurrence. You can find a fast remedy in herbs that combat diarrhoea.
The teasel root is an integral part of traditional herbal medicine. In alternative medicine the teasel root is mainly used for complaints related to Lyme disease.
Stress and anxiety can have a strong impact on a horse’s training and its general well-being. But there’s good news: a natural remedy for stress, tension, nervousness and anxiety. Unsuitable feeds can also cause weak nerves in horses, but you can help your horse by giving it special herbs.
What amount of selenium your horse needs, how to detect selenium deficiency or selenium poisoning and how soil fertilization influences the selenium content in roughage is described by Ewalia in this article "Selenium for Horses".
The use of herbs and spices as supplementary feed is intended to promote animal health and improve performance. Historically, the use of herbal medicines can be traced back to early times. A brief outline of herbs for horses and pets by Bianca Becker-Slovacek.
Oils play an important role in healthy nutrition for dogs too. Many people wonder about which oil is the right one for their dog. Cold-pressed oils, especially, do not only promote human health but are also particularly beneficial to dogs.
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease, mainly caused to long-term overload and characterised by a progressive change in the cartilage and bone structure. Ewalia provides information on causes, symptoms and treatment options as well as prevention of osteoarthritis in dogs.
Already in Greek history, monk's pepper (also known as chaste tree or chasteberry) appears as an anaphrodisiac (a remedy that dampens the sex drive). Today, the chaste tree is mainly used in the treatment of typical gynaecological disorders, such as PMS (premenstrual syndrome, complex physical and emotional complaints related to the menstrual cycle).
What is meant by headshaking? Read up on symptoms and causes as well as treatment options. Adaptogenic plants give hope...
We have a few tips to give your horse relief and information on sweet itch: What is sweet itch and how can I help a sweet itch horse?
The coat change and the challenge it poses to the metabolism can lead to overloading of the liver and kidneys.
Although the dog's stomach is very robust, it can get out of balance due to various factors. Here you will find an overview of digestion and problems of the gastrointestinal tract in dogs.
The sudden change from autumn to winter is over and you can already hear horses coughing in their stables, the hall or the paddocks. The symptoms range from a short cough when starting to trot to constant coughing while eating hay and a purulent nasal discharge when breathing under pressure.
Whether in show jumping, dressage or other equestrian sports: the muscles are the most important basic requirement for keeping the horse healthy. Read how you can naturally support the muscle development of horses.
Gastric ulcers in horses - undesirable and often unnoticed. Often different symptoms are not attributed to stomach pain. What you should know about stomach problems in horses.
Black Cumin Oil is used not only in horses with sweet itch, but also for coughing, indigestion and liver problems. Black Cumin Oil for horses: How it works, when you can use it and what must be kept in mind when feeding it.
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