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Equine Tendon injury (Manica Flexoria) - Case Study provided by Beth Chamberlin

Paddy 11-year-old Cob, ridden as a pleasure horse sustained an injury resulting in a tear to the Manica Flexoria in a hind limb.

The veterinary option was to undergo surgery with 6 months rest. The table below shows the plant extracts that were selected on the initial consultation. The selected plant extracts were continuously offered to Paddy and 3 months later the injury has healed.
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References:
MAMILLAPALLI, V., JUJJAVARAPU, B. and KANTAMNENI, P. (2016) ‘ZOO PHARMACOGNOSY: ANIMAL SELF-MEDICATION’, Journal of critical reviews, 3(3), p 13-17.
Gilardi, D. (1996) Ecology of parrots in the peruvian amazon. Habitat Use, Nutrition, and Geophagy. California: The university of California at Davis.
Baker, M. (1996) Fur rubbing: use of medicinal plants by capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus). Am J Primatol;38 (2), p63–70.
This case study is courtesy of Beth Chamberlin of Equine Pharmacognosy
Please visit Beth's website, for more information on her Applied Zoopharmacognosy and Low Level Laser Therapy services for horses at http://www.equinepharmacognosy.co.uk