Sep 2019

Malanders / Sallanders horses & ponies – bioresonance

Malenders is a skin disease in and around the fetlock of the horse, which is also called Eczema.

It forms nodules, vesicles and bloody scabs.

If the eczema spreads to the inside of the carpal- and tarsal joints, it is called sallanders.

Especially through the scab, there are always the smallest injuries of the skin,

so that it often comes to bacterial, mite or fungal infections.

Often it is greasy and stinking.

If the malenders has been around for a long time, the skin becomes thicker due to the permanent irritation / injuries / scar tissue.

In order to heal malanders/ sallanders sustainably, the following points are important:

– malanders/ sallanders always must be treated internally and externally

– with bioresonance, the right remedies can be tested easily

– the horses must have a chance to stand dry

– Do not shave the fur, just cut it short

– do not take of the scab, it will fall off when the skin is healed underneath

– Supply with vital substances, minerals, trace elements, vitamins

– hayfeeding – should always be anyway

– Mictures as „Müsli“ and co have to be deduct – horses shouldn´t have it anyway

– If special food is required, pay attention to the very best quality with oats, linseed and co

– Stabilize excretory organs

– detoxification of the entire organism, as the horse  is incredibly burdened through food with

preservative,aromas and dyes, grass and hay silage, contaminated hay / straw, vaccinations,

worming, etc

– If the malanders/ sallanders areas are sustainably healed, a scar treatment should follow

since the skin has often developed scar tissue

Internally i.a.

– Build up intestinal flora

– Supply of vital substances, minerals, trace elements, vitamins

Externally i.a.

– Dr. Dahl’s Minus Water, Belavet

– Calapo Skin Oil

– scar cream

In general

– Check conditions and management

If you supply the horse internally and externally with the right remedies, the malanders/ sallanders

is healed after a few weeks.