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Jing Tang Hot Hoof I Concentrated 90g Powder

Jing Tang Hot Hoof I Concentrated 90g Powder  - TCVM Pet Supply

Jing Tang Hot Hoof I Concentrated 90g Powder

Hot Hoof I Formula 

Size/Quantity: Concentrated 90g Powder

TCVM Principles: Clear Damp-Heat, move Qi, activate Blood, and relieve pain

Veterinary authorization required.

Ingredients: Chai Hu, Chen Pi, Chi Shao, Da Huang, Dang Gui, Hong Hua, Jie Geng, Mo Yao, Qing Pi, Tao Ren, Yan Hu Suo, Yin Chen Hao, Yan Hu Suo            

Ingredients: Gluten-free maltodextrin

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • Will this work for navicular inflammation?

    Thank you for your question! Hot Hoof 1 is formulated to specifically address laminitis and may not address the underlying imbalances associated with navicular disease. There are other herbal formulas or combinations of herbal formulas that may be appropriate, however, such as Body Sore, Tendon Ligament Formula, Sang Zhi San, or others.    We recommend checking with your vet to see what your horse's TCVM diagnosis is. This will help your vet choose the correct herbal formula. Here's a helpful article: https://ivcjournal.com/tcvm-for-lameness-in-horses-diagnosis-and-treatment/   Also, your veterinarian's authorization is needed in order to purchase from us. You can request authorization here: https://tcvmpet.com/pages/get-an-authorization.

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Samantha Swanson
I can ride my horse again!

DISCLAIMER: I work for TCVM Pet Supply, but was NOT provided this product for free. My horse, Sugar, suffered from chronic laminitis and was constantly laying down. I could tell she was in major pain, especially when she tried to walk over to me and kept lifting her front feet up because it hurt so much for them to touch the rocky Tennessee soil. I knew I had to do something to heal the root cause of her pain, rather than just giving her bute to cover up the pain. The first year Sugar foundered in late July, and I gave her a combination of Sang Zhi San and Body sore, which worked wonderfully. The second year, I tried Hot Hoof I, which also worked really well. This year, my veterinarian, Dr. Smith, suggested I start giving Hot Hoof I on March 1st, which I did. I administered it every day until July 1st, and it successfully prevented Sugar from foundering! We are so happy she didn't need to deal with pain and pasture rest this year, and love running around the trails. Thank you Jing Tang!