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
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.
Cover, 2011, $28.00
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