After practicing as a Registered Nurse for 35 years I realized that I wanted a change. Growing up I always loved animals, horses especially. My true passion has always been in seeing people and animals healthy and happy and assisting them in making changes for their physical and emotional well being.
When the opportunity arose, I decided to study as an equine nurse. It was a natural transition into the equine world. When I first started floating teeth, I realized I had to be in the now, or I would loose the horse, make him anxious, and the job would just take longer. That alone, I realized was the work I wanted to do; as horses have so much to give us in return.
It was my own health challenge 18 years ago, that was life changing. I studied and practiced every holistic therapy I could, regained my health and made a career out of it helping people, now horses.
In addition to balancing the mouth and floating teeth my practice includes hair follicle analysis, wound care and nutritional advise. I can help you get your horse off grain and eating salads. Karen has her Master’s Degree in Holistic Nutrition.
Currently I am on an equine sabbatical living with my Thoroughbred, Belle, two dogs and four cats at Hooved Animal Sanctuary in Vermont where I assist in the rescue, rehabilitatin on and adoption of horses and goats.
For more information on how I can help you and your horse see www.equinenurse.com or write firstname.lastname@example.org
Equine Hair Aanlysis
Using a biologically active substance such as hair/blood or saliva can help determine energetic imbalances in the horse, human, dog and cat. Based up the results, a homeopathic like prescription can be created that is a biological match to balance the energies along with a computer generated “e-capsule” sent remotely 3-4xweek.
Why use a hair analysis?
- As a preventive To assist your vet in diagnosing the problem If you suspect your horse is not well; has an allergy; or to balance diet
- If your horse suddenly becomes lethargic, sick, lame and/or you know just not himself?
- Does he have unwanted behaviors/emotions such as fear/anxiety? Do you know if your horse’s diet is compatible and complete?
- Can help get to root cause of any nutritional deficiency; any level of toxicity; energetic imbalances; sources of inflammation/congestion; allergies.
This technology energetically scans and harmonizes body’s stressors and imbalances. It detects and removes fundamental causes of stress versus treating the symptoms. This is not a diagnostic tool and does not replace medical care.
Mark - Case Study
Mark is a Belgium Draft that has lived at Blue Star for three years. The past several months he has suffered from heaves, a respiratory condition, usually from hay dust, creating a chronic cough. He had to be kept away from his herd and have only soaked hay. Pam, Blue Star director, said he can’t keep up and work.
His heaves were so bad, he required albuterol; given to humans for wheezing and asthma. Although it probably helped him breathe, it in no way is a cure; just symptomatic relief.
It was also noted that Mark was getting barrel chested from using accessory muscles just to breathe. This happens in humans who suffer from obstructive lung disease, only not from hay:) When Mark is at UMASS and is only on pasture, he is fine.
Mark’s hair analysis did confirm a hay allergy and that he had a loss when he was about 8-10 years old, and suffering from grief. The emotion of unresolved grief can be stored in the lung.
A vet in California specializes in the allergy clearing technique, NEAT. Dr. Dean Bader, was consulted and cleared the hay dust allergy. This technique works within minutes. As a general conditioning boost to his immune system, he received a E- capsule with Ignatia, a homeopathic remedy for grief and immune herbs such as Equine Stem Cell, and vitamin C electronically 3xweek for three weeks.
I went back out to Blue Star for a visit and assess Mark, via a surrogate and muscle tested him. He reacted positively to the hay and the grief was gone. Pam was very excited; Mark is now back to work and his energy has returned. They no longer soak the hay.
At this time, I discovered Mark was receiving chinese herbs from Mayer , an acupuncturist from Northampton. Mayer stated he had been also working with Mark for about a month.
It is all energy and Mark is well. He is back working and thats all that matters.
What to expect
Assessment of stresses and plan of care
A calmer horse, easier to manage by reducing tension, anxiety and behavior problems
Improved general health and sense of well being
Heightened muscle mobility, coordination, flexibility and athletic performance
Decreased pain and inflammation such as arthritis
Aids in wound healing
A initial hair analysis is $135.00. A portion of the proceeds is donated to Blue Star.
A remedy is $35.00 plus S&H; good for one month
E-Capsule is $75.00 sent 3xweek for one month.
It is advised to have monthly assessments until a healing.
Second and further hair analysis is $90.00.
For more information contact Karen Eddings, RN, MHN, EqDP at email@example.com
or visit www.equinenurse.com
For Dean Bader, DVM www.deanbaderdvm.com/ssvc
For information on NEAT see www.vetnaet.com