Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Holistic Summer News! Contest

Holistic Summer News! Contest

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Best Mentors for Equine Health & Yours

I Lorrie Bracaloni became a Certified Equine Holistic Practitioner  after my horse died of colic at the age of 3.What I discovered from theses great teachers was a amazing  journey into great health and I would like to share with you.
In the following order are the very Best teachers and equine health practitioners the  horse world will ever discover.
These following practitioners are rare and few and horses are in need of more, I am listing their web sites so that you can experience their amazing gifts for you and your horses-pets-If they are in your area. Their knowledge is priceless-

http://docgolob.com/ The Master teacher of all below- He gives classes and works on people/horses

http://www.dragonflytraining.com/About-Us.html- My teacher and mentor wealth of knowledge for all.

http://www.holistichorseworks.com/ A student of both teacher above and a great educator . Classes too.

http://www.holistichopellc.com/ Gives classes and a Dr. Regan student.

As you can see there are very few  real horse health equine practitioners. . More are needed.

The reason theses Equine Holistic Practitioners are so great , they assist the horse and you in whole body modalities, meaning Energy-Nutrition-Bodywork- the techniques are used on the whole horse not just one method, but they look at the whole picture to achieve optimum health.

So if you are located near one of them and even me www.happynaturalhorse.com  , I also give classes and workshops. Please for the health of your horse , contact them above , your horse and you will benefit.

Friday, July 6, 2012

A Book Review Must see

Reviewed by

Carol M. Upton
I have written this workbook

to help you help your horse

and to share with you my

knowledge and insight. You now

have the resources to help your

horse using natural remedies,

while waiting for your vet to arrive

in the event of a poor health

or traumatic injury situation. —

Lorrie Bracaloni, C.H.P.

As we humans embrace more

natural wellness for ourselves,

Lorrie Bracaloni. is doing the

same for horses with her new

book Natural Equine Remedies.

This practical manual will help

all owners prevent and treat

health issues, saving time and

money in horse care. It will be of

particular interest to those living

in more isolated rural areas, far

from the nearest veterinarian.

You will learn how to administer

basic aid and keep your horse

comfortable until the vet comes.

Bracaloni is clear that she is

not a licensed veterinarian and

that this workbook is a result of

her own experience healing over

100 horses using natural therapies.

In addition to preventive

practices using herbs, diet and

minerals, Bracaloni covers treatment

for 17 common equine

ailments, including abscesses,

bruised heels, eye issues, colds

and flu, parasites and West Nile.

The last part of the book

is devoted to detailed explanations

of homeopathic

medicines, along with a quick

reference chart. There is also a

complete section on herbals and

other natural products, their

various uses, and testimonials

from happy users.

Natural Equine Remedies is an

important adjunct to veterinary

care that may create more successful

outcomes for your sick or

injured horse. You’ll definitely

want it as an addition to your

barn reference books.

Available at http://www.naturalequineremedies.

com/ Soft

Cover, 2011, $28.00

ISBN: 9-781-468-004601

Also available as a Kindle edition

Lorrie Bracaloni, C.H.P. has been

practicing natural remedies for over

12 years. She has helped hundreds of

horses regain their natural vitality

and health. Lorrie offers workshops

and clinics around the country and

has published several articles and

books. Visit Lorrie at


Wednesday, July 4, 2012

HOW IMPORTANT IS CALCIUM? By Dr. John R. Christopher

HOW IMPORTANT IS CALCIUM? By Dr. John R. Christopher

There is no element that is less understood and more ignorantly applied than calcium and its compounds.

Calcium is the great builder of the structural parts of the body, not only of the Bones and Ligaments, but the Walls of the Arteries, the Heart, The Walls of the Veins, the Teeth, the Epithelial and Connective Tissues. It is also an integral and Necessary Element in Both Blood and Lymph.

We know that many malnutritional diseases, such as rickets, and cretinism (though of course there are other causes) are usually the results of a deficiency of calcium.

Too Much Calcium

At the same time, we know that Excess of Calcium is responsible for arteriosclerosis, (or hardening of the arteries), also for scleroma (or sclerosis of tissue, liver, skin, eyes and so forth). In fact, we know that old age itself is brought about by a gradual hardening of the whole structural system through deposition of calcium compounds that are insoluble and inorganic.

Calcium is little understood and often ignorantly administered.

While the young growing organism can use relatively large amounts of calcium, a fully matured and solidified body requires less calcium. For middle age, comparatively less than half the amount is necessary. The older age requires a very small amount; above which calcium becomes a very dangerous thing to use, often bringing about most disastrous results, and yet never being thought of as the cause of the chronic suffering, and sometimes death of the patient.

The calcium that does the trouble is the inorganic type.

Of course, inorganic calcium cannot be used in the life process of the cell, but forms instead the greatest number of obstructions to the normal life processes of the human organism.

Organic Calcium

Organic calcium, as found in some foods and herbs, is distinctly alkaline in reaction such as Lemons, Limes, Oranges, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery, Lettuce, String Beans and Onions; while others have an acid reaction upon certain fluids and tissues such as milk, cheese, peas, beans, lentils, cucumbers, radishes, fish, meat, potatoes, and so forth.

Green and leafy vegetables contain calcium chloride, as do many berries and herbs. Organic Calcium Chloride is found in Red Clover, Wheat Bran, Rhubarb, Yellow Dock, Watercress, Blue Vervain, Motherwort, Cactus, Hawthorn Berries, Comfrey Root, Marshmallow, and many others.

Calcium chloride is a great heart tonic.

It is as though the good Lord knew that millions of us would suffer with some heart trouble, and so made the remedy easily available. Calcium chloride is a great heart tonic. In fact, it is so potent and effective in its action upon a weak heart that the great English scientist, Sir Lauder Brunton, said: "Heart failure, which so often follows influenza and pneumonia, may be averted by the extended use of calcium chloride."

"White sugar has been called a leacher of calcium."

When we see how important calcium is in body action, we should never use in our body something that will counteract calcium's power. By the use of REFINED SUGAR, we are using a substance that IS KNOWN AS A CALCIUM DESTROYER.

As Dr. Bernard Jensen, D.C. - N.D., in his book You Can Master Diseases, (copyright 1952, Bernard Jensen, Pub. Div., CA), states: "White sugar has been called a leacher of calcium."

Effects of Sugar on Calcium

As soon as sugar enters the body, it goes directly into the blood stream and commences removing the calcium it comes into contact with and robs the cells of the calcium, from the arteries, veins, capillaries, tissue, muscles, bones, etc.

Pregnancy & Calcium

A prospective mother is carrying the fetus in her womb. If she does not have enough calcium in her body to supply  the baby, as well as herself, she is in trouble. The baby, by nature, will get first choice and will draw from the mother's body any calcium it can get for its' own survival. The fetus draws from the veins, arteries, muscles, teeth and bones of the mother. This is the reason for so much varicosity and loss of teeth during pregnancy.
The more sugars and starches (which turn to sugar) the mother consumes, the faster the drainage of calcium from her body, and trouble from weakened areas.
See our Information sheet on Pregnancy:

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Horse knee result-Before and After

Candy's Knee before Bik Sky and Mini Zyme

This is Candy"s knee one week after being on Big Sky and mini zyme
Starting to absorb the calcium , the knee was softer will be doing another photo next week.