The Healing of Horses
The Healing of Horses – Carrie Eastman’s latest book – is a guide for unique ways to determine the health of your horse, and holistic ways to prevent disease, treat minor injuries and ensure the highest quality of health for your horses.
Eastman shares the techniques, methods and philosophies she has found most useful. In this introspective work she introduces readers to:
Diagnosing maladies and nutritional and medicinal needs through surrogate reflex analysis
- Understanding reflex points on horses
- Insights into diet and nutrition
- Working with hay, pasture, and feed
- The role of probiotics in gut health
- ... and more!
#7574 • Copyright 2020 • Softcover • 160 pages
About the Author
Carrie Eastman was drawn to animals and healing at a young age. As a fan of rare breed conservation, she became involved in breeding myotonic goats, commonly called fainting goats. She adapted her equine methods to her goats, culminating in her first book, The Energetic Goat. With this book, Eastman returns to her first passion – horses. She continues to study health and healing, soils, crops, and nutrition, as well as conscious horsemanship and balanced hoof trimming as well as work in rare horse breeding, the Jilfan Sitam al Bulad Malabar Preservation Program. She shares her home with ten horses, donkeys, goats, chickens and ducks, a dog, cat and turtle, and her husband business partner.
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Really enjoyed the content, learned a lot about the topic.
We have applied the techniques taught in this book to our horses and found that they work very well. Some may be hesitant to think muscle testing will work for horses, or at all for that matter, but we disagree. We have been using Applied Kinesiology for over 10 years for our family's health, by our chiropractor, testing for vitamin and mineral deficiencies and parasites and toxicities, and it is the best thing we have found yet. We've always wondered why this can't be done for our animals too. Now, Carrie shows us. Buy this book you won't regret it.
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