Food Therapy for Equine Chart (CH31)

This two-page chart summarizes the energies and actions of food for horses. It helps you determine what to feed your Qi, Blood, Yin or Yang deficient patients, and which foods to use to resolve stagnation, drain damp and transform phlegm. For each category there is a list of food items and their various functions and indications.
SKU: CH31
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This two-page chart summarizes the energies and actions of food for horses. It helps you determine what to feed your Qi, Blood, Yin or Yang deficient patients, and which foods to use to resolve stagnation, drain damp and transform phlegm. For each category there is a list of food items and their various functions and indications.

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