Misum, horse – gastritis
Misum is a 12 year-old polo horse.
He did not feel well, was lacking energy and cheerfulness. Sadly, like most horses, he was not being given enough hay.
As horses constantly produce gastric acid, they must eat permanently.
If there is not enough fodder in the stomach, gastric acid is stimulated, which can lead to gastritis.
After treatment with the appropriate homoeopathic medicines and preparations to rebuild the intestines, as well as immediate and permanent access to hay, Misum soon felt much better and has not displayed any more symptoms of gastritis since.