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Horses and Stabilized Organic Aloe Vera

Updated on June 14, 2009

Stabilized Organic Aloe Vera comes to the rescue and saves the day!

Today let's talk about the horse. Of all the animals that we come in contact with either in our daily activities or when one visits a working farm, the horse has to stand out as one of, if not the most majestic and beautiful animals with whom we have ever come in contact.

The complex role that the horse has played in history, no doubt, carries over today in the many ways the horse is still perceived. In the past, the role of the horse was as the major workhorse and the ultimate means of transportation... is by no means the role it plays today.

Yet, even today nothing inspires more awe and admiration than the sight of a rider mounted on a beautiful horse. Whether it's a thoroughbred racing around the track, a show horse showing in the ring or a pleasure horse ride in the woods on a Sunday afternoon.

One thing for sure, as fascinating as it is, the horse is one of the animals in need of constant care. As powerful as they are yet so fragile and complex …a horse is able to run for short distance at speeds up to 50 miles an hour. And with every running step, it exerts over 100,000 pounds per square inch of force on the lower leg bone. It's able to pull ten times it's own weight, yet it's skin is paper thin and tears just as easy as paper.

Horses tend to be difficult to treat at times because they don't always respond in the same way to traditional treatments. Now you can see why the care and treatment to the horse for infections, stresses and strains can be so challenging.

This is where Stabilized Organic Aloe Vera inters into the game. It seems like when all other treatments fail to fix the problem at hand ...Stabilized Organic Aloe Vera always comes to the rescue and saves the day.

For all you horse owners as well as you horse lovers …here's a partial list of conditions that Stabilized Organic Aloe Vera has worked it's magic.

  • Pain and swelling anywhere on the horse.
  • Lacerations and cuts.
  • Proud flesh.
  • Puncture wounds.
  • Cornet injuries(area where the skin meets the hoof).
  • Eye injuries.
  • Sarcoids(a skin conditions of unsightly little tumors).
  • Sprains, strains and swollen joints.
  • Founder(lamimitis).
  • Infertility.
  • Bots(severe watering of the eyes) caused by the fly laying eggs in the mucous membrane of the horses eye, causing severe swelling, watering and discomfort.
  • Sore throat(strangles).
  • Hobble burns.
  • Bleeding throat, cysts and chronic cough
  • Blood in urine.
  • Chronic diarrhea.
  • Respiratory complications.
  • Suspensory ligament damage.
  • Folicular pharyngitis, laryngitic hypoplasia(blisters on larynx and pharynx)

.... And the list go's on!

As you can see, Stabilized Organic Aloe Vera works it's magic with the animals just as well as it works with us humans. We need only to recall the detailed analysis of the nutritional synergy of the elements present in the native plant and in a proper Stabilized Organic Aloe Vera product to be able to understand it's full potential as a highly effective useful food supplement for both animals as well as humans.

As I stated before, if any product could act as a standard alternative therapy and still get the respect from the scientific community, it would have to be, hands down, a properly Stabilized Organic Aloe Vera such as Aloe Pure 5000 from healthysystems.

As always, make sure you drink plenty of clean, fresh, filtered water with two-four ounces of the "best tasting aloe vera" everyday.

Know your supplier.

We welcome your comments!

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    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      Thank you Philipo for coming by again.  I am glad you are getting the gratefulness of Aloe.  I am sure there are some uses for your plant.  If you get a burn from any thing hot ...cut one of the stems and place it on the burn.  It will usually not blister if you get it soon enough.

      The only thing about drinking it is you need to remove the aloin and emodin from Aloe in order to enjoy its benefits internally. That is one of the great benefits of stabilized organic aloe vera juice.

      Thanks again for your comment ...My best to you Philipo!



    • Philipo profile image


      9 years ago from Nigeria

      This is very informative. I have not really been using Aloe Vera. Did not even know about its usefulness on horses. I have Aloe Vera plants. Is there anything i can make out it for my use. Thank you for this hub.

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      Yes ...Gary James are right on. It can help any living animal.

      Thank you for coming by ..please come back again best to you!

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      Gary James 

      9 years ago

      I've been drinking Aloe for years and did not know about it's effect on horses. It figures though because horses have some anatomy & physiology similar to humans. Great article.


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