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1.  IDENTIFYING LAMENESS IN THE HORSE

2.  HEADSHAKING SYNDROME 

Note: Headshaking Syndrome can be very effectively treated with homeopathy. The following ingredients from CAPSTAR can be purchased and mixed into a combination remedy easily.   6x, 6c or 30c potencies are most effective.  Please consult with PENZANCE for further information here:  https://horseconsultonline.com/new-client-inquiry-form/

Allium Cepa
Apis
Arnica
Arsenicum Album
Echinacea
Rhus Toxicodendron
Urtica urens

3. TRANSFER FACTOR

“Cytokines are protein molecules produced by cells of the immune system (such as T-cells and B-cells) for the communication of immune signals. Cytokines are mostly secreted in a soluble form, though some cytokines are known to exist attached on cell surface. Soluble cytokines secreted from one cell will bind specifically to their respective receptor molecules on the cell surfaces of the target cells.

The attachment of a Cytokine on its receptor will effect a specific immune signal within the target cell, such as to increase the production of antibodies against an invading virus or, often, to initiate the production of other cytokines so to pass on the signal. The term for this communication is “Signal Transduction”.

Thus, through the secretion and exchange of various cytokines, the billions of cells in the immune system can function in a coordinated manner as well as responding efficiently against the invasion of foreign organisms. It is as if a mobilization of a great military armada. Or an organization of body defense and healing mechanisms to act in concert.

H.S. Lawrence discovered transfer factor in 1949, when he demonstrated that an immune fraction of a persons white blood cells was able to transfer immunity to a non sensitized individual. Hence the name TRANSFER FACTOR.”
http://linked2.info/dvm
http://www.transferfactor-4-life.com

 

4.  On MANUKA HONEY 

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