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Background: An inflammation of the liver that may or may not include an infectious process as well.
Symptoms: Jaundice, pain, digestive upset, fever, PU/PD, incidental findings of elevated liver enzymes, Lyme disease.
Diagnostics: Blood tests, a thorough history and physical examination. Possible hair analysis for toxins, though many companies use unreliable hair data to sell products.
Special Notes: Horses exposed to toxins such as heavy metals or noxious plants may become ill. One significant source of hepatic toxins is treated wood, common in many horse facilities. A diet of fresh, healthy food and removal of any toxins in the environment is critical to these horses.
Principles for Supplementation: Support the hepatic processes of detoxification, while not overstimulating any one part of its pathways.


Formulas: Dosage: Mechanism/Purpose:


1 scoop bid

Down-regulates the pro-inflammatory substances, tumor necrosis factor, alpha (TNF-a) and nuclear factor-kappaB (NF-?B), supports normal liver function.


6-12 capsules sid

Is a cofactor for dozens of enzymes involved in detoxification, provides hepatic support.

Long Dan Xie Gan Tang (Gentiana Combination)14

4 tsp bid

Clears Damp Heat, inflammation and itching of the skin, temperamental.

Hilton Hepaphyt2

2-4 scoops bid

Supports liver detoxification pathways.

Hilton Hepaphyt Gold2

2-4 scoops bid

Supports liver detoxification pathways.


6-10 mL sid

Adaptogenic herbs, support the immune system, adrenals, reduces stress, helps horses adapt to stress.


6-10 capsules sid

Support liver detoxification pathways, hepatoprotective effects.

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