Monday, September 8, 2008
On My Way . . .
. . . to meet my horses I find treasures hiding in the grass. Rosehips are turning wonderful shades of ruby and permission. After the first front, I will gather these beauties and dry them for Red, Lyra, and myself to enjoy throughout the winter. Besides being rich in vitamin C, rosehips have anti-inflamatory properties and are helpful with those achy knees.
A Professor Winther has actually formulated rosehips formula to ease the pain and inflamation of osteoarthritis for horses and people. It is called LitoZin and has been proven effective in a Danish double blind study.