Mov-ease


Heather Leonard
 

Just got my Mov-ease order. I will be starting it this week. How long should I give it to see results?  How do I know if I should add J-herb and/or other herbs to help her move more comfortably?  Thanks!

Heather
Ma 2000


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---In EquineCushings@..., <hleonard.bci@...> wrote :

Just got my Mov-ease order. I will be starting it this week. How long should I give it to see results?  How do I know if I should add J-herb and/or other herbs to help her move more comfortably?  Thanks!

Hi Heather, 

 I would expect to see results within a week, however it may take longer- really depends on the horse. There is a loading dose for 10 days then a maintenance dose. I would certainly give it at least a month before you decide to use other herbs. For more information check out the website http://mybesthorse.com/productinformation/movease.html

Pauline & Spur

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Australia Aug 07

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Melanie Christensen
 

Hi,

I don't mean to take over your question.   I am using J-Herb and AlCaR for about 2 weeks.   Could someone advise what is the difference between Mov-Ease,  and PhytoQuench,  and J-Herb?   Do they all contain some sort of pain reliever?

Clyde is still tender and he is getting regular trimmings.   Just wondering if I should keep on with the J-Herb?

Could Mov-Ease be used as an arthritis or joint supplement?

Many thanks,
Melanie & Clyde, Minnesota
January 2015


Heather Leonard
 

Hi Melanie,

Not a problem at all you adding to my question. I am very interested in the answers you get. As I wasn't sure if I should be putting my mare on more than Mov-Ease.

Heather
Mass 2000


Lynne Nagahara <kenlynnenagaha@...>
 

I have had my mare on Mov-ease for about 3 weeks now.  I am not seeing much of a difference.  The difficult part is the suggested feeding of mov-ease 20 minutes prior to their meal for best results.  I did it by syringe and liquid for the loading doses twice a day, 20 minutes prior to her meal, but really don't want to be coming at her with the syringe every day. It was hard enough going down there seeing her hoping to be fed, only to get something syringed into her mouth and then I walk away for 20 minutes!!  Was hard on me too!  So have been mixing it in her supplements, which is probably considered part of the "meal".  Thus I might not be getting the results I would like to see.  I did try emailing the company to find out if there was a better way to give this to my mare.  But never heard back.  Will be looking forward to seeing comments from your email!

Sincerely,
Lynne & Dani
Paso Robles, CA  2009