Although Montaro is doing well and has been back out with his herd for almost 3 months now, some elements of his healing journey will certainly be useful to others who are suffering. If you have a horse with any kind of metabolic or inflammatory condition, tap-along with me as we address the possible emotional/metaphysical causes for these conditions.
We are using Lazer Tapping (EFT) in this session – an acupressure mind/body/spirit healing modality. If you’d like to try a free Lazer Tapping session with me for yourself, then sign up here, and see how it feels to your body/soul.
NOTE: Although this session is a surrogate session tailored for animals, if YOU have any kind of inflammatory condition, you may find yourself ‘borrowing the benefits’ of the session:
“I joined you in the surrogate tapping for your horse, Montaro. His condition just spoke to me. I’m going through a difficult time with my ankles and I thought, why not! I do not have a horse or any pet, so I included my daughter’s dog in the tapping. He is 13 going on 14, and has the usual things that happen in older beings. I cannot tell you how he was affected by the tapping, I don’t communicate with animals the way you can. My own condition though has improved! The swelling was down by half, and the heat has diminished tremendously. The ankles are not as red as they were before the tapping. I am so grateful!” – A.M.
Remember that we are all ONE in the matrix of energy, so we can link to anyone, anywhere, anytime. This is why the horses are so rigorous about humans learning how to hold healthy boundaries! But in cases like this, where we hold the space of healing and positivity, it’s a wonderful ability to access.
If you try this session for your horse(s) I’d love to hear how it felt, or any a-ha moments that arose…
p.s. Feel free to share this post or video with any person or group you wish – there are so many horses now with this baffling condition! If you post it on your blog or social media, just make sure to link back to my site 🙂
Jini’s Laminitis Hoof Remedy
- Take a 4 ounce glass bottle
- Fill it 60% full with DMSO (99% concentration)
- Add 1 teaspoon potassium iodide
- Optional: If you suspect abscess or infection, add 2 teaspoons wild oregano oil (commercial woo – NOT essential oil of oregano)
- Fill up rest of bottle with colloidal silver (minimum 22 ppm)
Shake well and apply once per day, using glass dropper to flesh just above coronet band on hooves, and also to the entire heel on every affected hoof.
WARNING: Read these safety considerations before using DMSO.
If the horse shows signs that the remedy is super itchy, or, if you notice the heel getting irritated or sore, then 5 minutes after applying the remedy, also apply a layer of cold-pressed castor oil.
Castor oil will prevent irritation from the DMSO and also encourages circulation. If your horse has super sensitive skin, then you can also reduce the amount of DMSO to only 30% of the 4-ounce bottle, keep other ingredients the same, and add extra colloidal silver to fill the bottle.
I also found this excellent article on herbs for laminitis, so we brought up stinging nettle and cleavers from my pasture in Langley, and transplanted both to the ranch. I also found this wonderful local seed seller and ordered: Lomatium, Great Blue Lobelia, Lemon Balm, Feverfew, Evening Primrose. In addition to being great medicinal plants the horses can self-select, they produce lovely flowers for the bees. I also have seeds for: comfrey, calendula, echinacea, wild bergamot, and lavance, already at the ranch.
These healing journeys are always very interesting parallels between listening to and interacting with the horses’ spiritual self versus the horses’ physical self. And this seems to mirror in our own lives the dynamic of juggling between listening and respecting the horse/divine guidance, and co-creating by also using our own wisdom and desires.
And being able to discern when to do which!
When do you listen, and when do you take charge and direct? BUT still be listening and willing to change course in the midst of directing! None of this is easy, but certainly, a worthwhile and rewarding path to walk.