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Hi. My friend's horse tore the tendons in his front legs. He is currently on stall rest. He is a young arab. I told her I'd look into crystals to help with the healing. I figured rose quartz and amethyst to help with calming. But what can I put near him to aid in the healing of the tendons and possibly help with the pain as well? the crystals will help if they are in his stall right? He doesnt wear a halter all the time so they cant really be attached to him, Unless she was to try and braid them into his mane in some way. Thanks!
Thanks for your question about which crystal will help your friend's horse with healing and pain relief. I do want to remind you that crystals are for healing and should be used as a compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care. Crystals are not a medical treatment and should not be used as a replacement for medical care. Your friend should consult her veterinarian for her horses' particular needs.
Malachite, Hematite, Morganiteand Kyanite are all excellent healing crystals that will also keep the horse calm and help to alleviate any pain. Kyanite in particular is helpful for working with the tendons. Malachite and Morganiteare excellent for muscular/skeletal issues. Hematite is very protective and will keep generate positive energy within the stall and barn so that the horse can rest and heal. All of these crystals will be effective even at a distance. You don't want to place them in a position where the horse might accidentally ingest them since some of them are toxic.
Thank you again for your question and your support of Healing Crystals.com. Please let us know if you have any more questions and I will be keeping you, your friend and most especially your friend's horse in my thoughts and prayers. Wishing you lots of love and light!
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