What do Professional Barrel Racers Feed their Horses?

Do you ever wonder what professional barrel racers feed their horses to keep the competitive edge, especially while competing all the time? Barrel racers need every advantage they can get, especially with event getting so competitive.  Having your barrel horse completely healthy is so important! Here are some of the best NFR barrel racers doing for their horses and their favorite products to feed their horses... Jessica Routier Jessica Routier is a NFR barrel racer qualifier that knows fast, and hardworking horses.  Not only does Jessica barrel race for a living, her family has a black angus and quarter horse ranch in South Dakota. Jessica has counted on Silver Lining Herbs since 2017.  Her main products that she counts on are Read More...

How to Pass Kidney Stones at Home

Wondering how you can pass kidney stones at home? First off... Drink plenty of water!! This is the first, most important thing you can do when dealing with a kidney stone.  Home remedies such as drinking a mixture of lemon juice and olive oil, raw apple cider vinegar, and eating diuretic foods as well. What dissolves kidney stones fast? Blending several herbs together can be very effective in dissolving kidney stones fast.  Silver Lining Herbs has this herbal blend for Kidney Support.  It is a proprietary blend of Marshmallow Root, Uva Ursi Leaf, Astragalus Root, Corn Silk, Parsley Root, Chamomile Flower, Dandelion Root, Juniper Berry, Hydrangea Root and Cranberry Fruit. What do these herbs do to support the kidneys? Astragalus – Read More...

Slippery Elm for Horses

The bark from a slippery elm tree may be beneficial in helping to maintain a healthy digestive tract in horses. Slippery elm bark may help sooth and ease the pain caused gastric ulcers. It may also help in preventing gastric ulcers in horses altogether! You might be wondering, at what age are ulcers common in a horse? Gastric ulcers can affect a horse at all age of life. Even a fold that is just two days old may be affected by ulcers. Luckily there are things you can do to help protect your horse from getting ulcers. Here at Silver Lining Herbs, we are big believers that the best way to help out a horse is the natural way, through Read More...

What to Give Your Dog with Constipation Issues?

If you have noticed your dog struggling with normal bowel movements, it might be from constipation he might be dealing with... This constipation discomfort can be caused by from an obstruction from eating a bone or garbage, dehydration, GI tumor, medications, metabolic issues, or other issues. No need to worry! We have some home remedy + herb tricks that might help your dog with constipation issues! At first signs of constipation, you can test out some of these ingredients... Psyllium Psyllium is very soothing for the bowels. It promotes regular digestive functions and removes toxins from the guy. This will allow your dog with constipation to have some relief and more comfort in their bowel movements. Cascara Cascara is a Read More...

How Does CBD Help With Gut Inflammation and Other Digestive Issues?

There are a number of benefits for CBD to help with gut inflammation and other digestive issues, including reducing the amount of intestinal inflammation, reducing intestinal spasticity, and reducing stress and anxiety. The CBD is perfect for overall wellbeing in your body! So what kind of improvements can you expect to see in your digestive processes.... Reduced Intestinal Inflammation One of the greatest benefits of CBD is its immune system modulating properties. These properties make it a powerful anti-inflammatory. CBD reduces inflammation in the intestinal tract, which can promote better digestion and fewer digestive issues (abdominal pain, cramping, etc.). Reduced Intestinal Spasticity CBD can help relax the intestinal tract and reduce spasms. This, in turn, can provide relief from common Read More...

Dog Detox

Does a Dog Need to Detox?  What even is the Purpose for a Detox?  Why Would I Detox my Dog? Let's take a dive into this! It is important to know that detox is not just a trendy word, but something that your dog’s body does on a daily basis and has been doing since the beginning of time, just like our bodies.  The detoxification process is simply the process of getting waste out of the body.  Your dog consumes food, their body utilizes this food, turns it into waste, and then gets rid of it.  Here is the catch though... Our dog's bodies are facing an elimination process or detoxification process does not functionally properly. Here is why...  The Read More...

Why Whole Oats for Most Horses?

Whole oats have gotten a bad reputation for a couple reasons, one being that they are said to make horses “hot” and the other is that horses don’t digest oats very well, they go right through them. On the subject of making a horse “hot”, it is all about moderation. Most horses do not need a gallon of oats, a quart or two will suffice. As for horses not digesting oats, that is a farce as well. The ratio of oats going into the horse compared to out of the horse is far less. Besides, those few oats that come out whole in the manure did a great service for that horse. They just tossed and turned throughout that entire Read More...

Valerian Root for Dogs

Why use valerian root for your dog? Valerian root is an herb that has been around and used for medical purposes for a very along time. Valerian root is an herb that may help improve sleep, promote relaxation and reduce anxiety. If your dog deals with stress or anxiety, valerian root may help in reducing their stress level. You may be asking yourself how? Well recently valerian has been receiving a lot of attention for interaction with gamma-aminobutric acid (GABA). GABA is thought to help regulate nerve impulses in the brain and nervous system. This is what www.healthline.com has to say about valerian and GABA. "Valerenic acid has been found to inhibit the breakdown of GABA in the brain, resulting Read More...

COVID 19 Precautions

As news about the COVID 19 virus dominates news media and our daily conversations, we wanted to share with you our action plan for dealing with the constantly changing situation related to COVID 19. Receiving ·    Receiving staff will be disinfecting any incoming shipments from various carriers. Production ·    Our production team has always been committed to manufacturing a safe product for your horses and dogs. Thorough hand washing is required before entering in the production area, and all staff in production wear gloves. No food is allowed in production area. Daily sanitizing is done to the equipment and counter tops.  Shipping ·    Thorough hand washing is required before picking, boxing, and shipping packages. Staff is instructed to avoid touching their face, and can use gloves Read More...

Beagle Puppies for Sale in Idaho

Nova litter of beagle puppies, born on July 19 2020 have all sold. For more information about our 2021 litters check us out at: https://jacobsonkennel.com/puppies/beagles-puppies/ Beagle Puppies for Sale in Idaho Hello, my name is Matthew and I sale registered purebred beagle puppies here in Buhl Idaho. I also work for SilverLining Herbs and am the owner of jacobsonkennel.com, where I breed and sale Beagle puppies. SilverLining Herbs has given me permission to write a small post on their site about Beagles and my kennel. East Idaho Beagles Both of my Beagles come from Eastern Idaho, down by Idaho Falls. Both are purebred registered Beagles. I am excited to see the Beagle puppies they will have. Nova Nova is my Read More...