Your Horse's Lymphatic System Is The Path To Turning On Defense Mode-
Does your horse struggle with allergies? Are they sensitive to climate changes?
Maybe your horse is experiencing health, but you know that in this day and age you have to take extra measures to keep it that way…
Supporting your horse's lymphatic system is one way to do just that!
The lymphatic system of your horse includes upwards of 8,000 lymph nodes, various glands, vessels, the spleen, the thymus, and cells that manage your horse's resistance to disease and activate the body's ability to destroy external pathogens.
Proper lymphatic function aids in cleansing the body of toxins and waste. It serves as an important component to the immune system.
Warning Signs That Your Horse's Lymphatic System Is At Risk
Many horse owner's wait for the obvious sign… of the lymph nodes being swollen, the most common and easy to spot is below the jaw and along the throat latch. The pitfall of waiting for that warning sign to present itself, is the fact that swollen lymph nodes are a late or progressed sign of a problem.
The best way to go above and beyond for your horse, and ensure their lymphatic system is supported is through a lymphatic system focused health habit or series of things you can do in your horse's care routine.
If a horse is struggling with stamina, consistent health concerns, edema, or possible aches and pains then offering additional support to the lymphatic system is a great way to further promote their health.
Tips for Promoting The Vitality of Your Horse's Lymphatic System
Our Mission Here at Equine Essential Wellness is Promoting Natural Horse Health-
All of your horse's systems try to communicate concerns before they manifest to major health problems… the digestive system is I believe at the top of the list in this regard. Most health concerns stem from the digestive system and since over 70% of the immune system resides there it is imperative to maintain optimal health and function. That's where our free PDF guide comes in…
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