Use and Abuse of Natural Products

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Editor's Note: There are veterinary professionals who have welcomed alternative, holistic, and complementary therapies and modalities with open arms, adding these tools and treatments to their arsenal of care for equine patients. And there are professionals who take to task anyone who makes claims that they consider are unproven, unscientific, or inappropriate for horses. The horse owner

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