The enormous progress made by modern medicine notwithstanding, phytotherapy offers many benefits. We should bear in mind that except for recent years, people have only used plants to care for themselves. Today, plant-based treatments are returning to the forefront, because the efficacy of medicines such as antibiotics (considered as the universal solution for serious infections) is declining. Bacteria and viruses have gradually adapted to medicines and are increasingly more resistant. Phytotherapy, which proposes natural and efficacious remedies, is well accepted by the horse’s organism. The horse is herbivorous, its digestive system is ideally made to assimilate herbs and all their components fully. The horse appreciates the taste of plants, they are 100% natural, without artificial flavourings or preservatives. Phytotherapy has yet another advantage: there are no side effects, and the plants can be consumed throughout the year at the dose prescribed by your specialist.
Herbal medicine is appropriate for babies and children as it is a gentle form of medicine that supports their developing body systems What is Phytotherapy: