Ewalia knowledge

In our blog we inform you about horse and pet health, herbs, various problems and their prevention. You will also find valuable information here about feeding and keeping your four-legged friend. If corresponding scientific studies are available, these form the basis of our blog posts.

24/7 turnout – the more, the better?

How species-appropriate is that for our horses? You can read here where problems can arise and what you should consider before you decide on 24-hour grazing.

A stable electrolyte balance is very important in the warm summer months

The body needs electrolytes and nutrients to be available quickly, especially during periods of high stress and heat.

Aniseed

Anise not only gives Christmas biscuits a fine aroma, but is also a well-known remedy that quickly brings relief to horses and dogs with digestive problems and respiratory diseases.

Aronia berry

The black berry of the aronia is characterized by the high content of bioactive ingredients that are said to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.

Birch leaves and birch bark

Birch leaves and birch bark have a revitalizing effect on the organism. With their diuretic, mildly draining effect, birch leaves help flush out the kidneys and bladder and are ideal for detoxifying spring cures.

Black Cumin Oil

"Black cumin heals every disease except death" was handed down hundreds of years ago. The great potential of the cold-pressed oil provides your pet with an "all-round package".

Blackberries

It is not the sweet fruit, however, but the leaves and roots that matter here.

Blood count horse - what the lab values reveal

A laboratory blood test provides important information about the health of the horse and is an essential part of veterinary diagnostics.

Camomile

Its use as an anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic and anti-irritant home remedy is based on many years of experience.

Canine Diarrhoea

Every dog ​​owner is probably familiar with diarrhea. Most dogs suffer from acute or chronic diarrhea several times in their lives, some animals even permanently.

Canine food intolerances: what’s in your dog’s food bowl?

Dogs with food intolerance often suffer from digestive problems or skin problems.

Colic and oestrus - is there a connection?

The horse's digestive system is a highly complex system.

Comfrey Root (Comfrey)

For external use in bruises, sprains, tendinitis, gallbladder or pinched nerves up to broken bones, comfrey is very often used, especially in veterinary medicine.

Common dandelion

It stimulates the metabolism, promotes digestion, is diuretic and transports harmful substances out of the body.

Common hops

Hops are first associated with brewing beer, but even as a pure herb, hops have a calming effect.

Common Speedwell

In conjunction with other herbs, the medicinal plant can unfold its gentle effect on sensitive stomachs and skin problems.

Common Walnut

The leaves of the real walnut mainly have an astringent, anti-inflammatory and wound-healing effect. They stimulate the metabolism and clean the blood. The walnut was already considered a symbol of fertility and good luck in ancient times.

Common wormwood

However, common wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) has much more to offer than a bitter taste: As a medicinal plant, it helps against digestive problems and strengthens the immune system.

Coughing in horses

The sudden weather change from autumn to winter has taken place and you can already hear horses coughing from the stalls, the hall or in the paddock.

Cushing's in dogs

If Cushing's is not recognized in time, the disease can have serious health consequences.

Cushing's in horses!

If your horse shows clear changes in behavior or appearance, such as problems with shedding, laminitis, fat pads, your horse probably suffers from Equine Cushing's Syndrome (ECS).

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