Pyrantel - the active drug in Strongid - is possibly the most commonly used chemical wormer, and when you consider the adverse effects that chemical wormers can have on your horse and the fact that horses have been living virtually parasite free in the wild for centuries thanks to herbs and natural parasite avoidance, why do people keep using a chemical in place of something that supports a horse's overall health and well being?
I am so thankful to have been introduced to the herbal wormer from Silver Lining Herbs available at http://goo.gl/qTyiYD and even more appreciative that they allow me to share a 10% discount for anyone who uses coupon code "ladymacjazz" at checkout.
Using this product creates an environment in my horses' digestive tracts that is undesirable to parasites and ultimately deters parasites from ever setting up shop in the first place. Plus, the herbs provide additional health benefits to my horses without the negative side effects often associated with chemical wormers.
By Kyle Rothfus
This blog is dedicated to providing insight about OTTB re-training, Thoroughbred pedigrees and general equine care. You can also track the progress of horses I have for sale through posts here.