Silver Lining Herbs to Prevent Ulcers – Product Review PART 2: The Final Chapter!
|March 26, 2012||Posted by Stefanie Bates under Product Reviews|
On their website, you’ll find that “the herbs in #29 LCR are designed to maintain optimal health in the gastrointestinal tract by maintaining the balance of the naturally occurring juices, and support systems closely related to the digestive process”.
You all heard in my last blog about how yummy my mare thought these herbs were, how she gobbled them up and begged for more! Well, in addition to them being palatable, they actually WORK! You can check out Part 1 of my review here if you never got the chance to read it.
She started on them at the end of December, and finished them up earlier this month. To catch you all up to speed, here’s where we last left off (using my patented “Angry At the World” scale, or AAW for short! Ok so it’s not patented, but I made it up. At least I think I did? Anyway…)
January 30th: Oops forgot to write last week’s log in my journal. Where were you with my reminder, Siri?? Anyway, we’re a little over a month in now, time for Part 1 of my review. So far so good, although Sandie is still continuing to play the “Oh no don’t touch me there!” game with the girth.
I can trick her by slooooowly inching it up centimeter by centimeter, or sticking a peppermint candy in her face. Either way, no more death threats coming from my mare, unless she’s in heat. Then God help everyone in the barn…AAW score is a 4.
When we left off at the end of January, my goal was to have these herbs get my girl down to “1” or “2” on my AAW scale, and I am SO happy to conclude that she’s now at the MOST a “3” on some days, but usually back to her good old “1” self, no longer attempting to end my life if I so much as touch her chest or girth area!
These herbs were amazing at getting rid of the ulcer issues, and something I would definitely recommend to anyone who is interested in natural options! PLUS let me tell you, I know so many people who’ve had to use conventional meds to treat ulcers at the cost of $35 per tube EVERY DAY.
That is just WAY too expensive for most of our tight budgets these days! So these herbs are an effective, natural, and budget friendly way to help your horse heal. At just a little over $1 a day, I’d MUCH rather go this route than the FAR more expensive tubes of meds!
I’m happy to report… that my sweet, kind-hearted, “happy go lucky” mare is back!!!!!
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