Compared with other studies reviewed, green clay shows potent adherent properties which yield excellent results on wounds that are severe and difficult to heal, while many conventional antiseptic products fail to adhere to the skin and are drained away by biological secretions without any healing effect, resulting in persistent infection.
Do you, like me, wonder why certain things happen or why you meet certain people or decide to adopt this particular animal friend? Are they coincidences? I don't think so. I believe that whatever happens in your life happens for a reason. Sometimes, the reason is too obscure for us to see at the time but we eventually understand it.
Any one who has ever owned a horse can testify that they are very sensitive creatures and also prone to a number of ailments. Most horse owners have probably had reason to use conventional medicine, but have you ever thought about discussing aromatherapy for horses with your vet?
Aromatherapy is an ancient art and is based on the use of essential oils extracted from plants to help heal and treat health problems. If you are going to use aromatherapy on your own horse it is always wise to consult your vet to make sure the oils don’t interact with any other treatment.