AntiFlam™ - Reduce Body and Feet Discomfort
Simply click the link(s) above to view the product specifics to assist with the symptoms of Cushings Disease and other related issues that may require support of overall relief without the use of additional NSAIDS (Bute, Banamine, etc.) and pharmaceutical hormones, etc.
Equine metabolic syndrome (EMS) is a condition characterized by insulin resistance and an increased risk of pasture-associated laminitis (easy keepers). Cushings is known as PPID. Polysaccharide storage myopathy (PSSM) is characterized by abnormal glycogen accumulation in muscle tissue caused by a hypersensitivity to insulin. Recurrent exertional rhabdomyolysis (RER) is an inherited condition that involves abnormal intracellular calcium regulation during muscle contraction. Horses with RER (Tie-up) suffer from painful muscle cramping when they exercise.
Dr. Ray Geor from Michigan State University suggests* that weight management and control of insulin levels are two important ways to help maximize quality of life and longevity in horses with laminitis associated with PPID and EMS. *Geor, R.A. 2013. Dietary management of endocrine disorders in the older horse. Proceedings of the American Association of Equine Practitioners Annual Convention, Nashville, Tennessee.
Feed management and nutritional support help to control insulin levels; thereby reducing the associated symptoms (laminitis, etc.) of metabolic disorders.
SYMPTOMS: CHRONIC & RECURRENT LAMINITIS, FAT DEPOSITS, CRESTY NECK, LOSS OF TOPLINE, EXCESSIVE THIRST, INFERTILITY, DELAYED SHEDDING
CAUSES: IMBALANCES IN THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM (HYPOTHALAMUS, PITUITARY GLAND, ADRENAL GLANDS, THYROID)
REMEDIES: DIET AND CARE MANAGEMENT, SUPPLEMENTS ACCORDING TO DIAGNOSIS, SUPPORT THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
ACUPRESSURE POINTS: BL13, BL17 OR BL18, BL20, GV4, ST36, GV17, BAI HUI