I saw a horse that was breaking out with recurring abscesses in the jaw line similar to that of strangles. The horse had already undergone testing for strangles with a negative result. The horse had additional sore areas around the dock and head area which he would rub to such an extent that his personality changed dramatically and he became aggressive, distressed and very difficult to handle. His hooves were very brittle and in poor condition and his coat was dull and listless.
I was able to identify high levels of toxicity and inherited weaknesses that were further compounded by the horse's diet. With a change in diet and the addition of specific herbs to his daily feed, this horse is now quiet and pleasant in nature and is no longer suffering the recurring abscesses. His feet are in good condition and he has a healthy shine to his coat.