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  1. How long does this treatment take?
  2. How come Capstar does not give immediate results such as cyprohepatine?
  3. Why is Capstar so expensive?
  4. How long does each bottle of Capstar last?
  5. Can Headshaking Syndrome be cured?
  6. Is Capstar effective with all types of Headshaking Syndrome?
  7. Why do I need a symptom case analysis for my horse?
  8. Is Capstar useful for other problems?
  9. What can I expect from the Capstar treatment?
  10. Do I need a veterinarian to diagnose my horse as a head shaker?
  11. What happens if I vaccinate my horse during the treatment process?
  12. If my horse becomes symptom free and I vaccinate my horse will his head shaking symptoms return?
  13. Do I have to take my horse off his medication before starting Capstar?
  14. If my horse becomes symptom free this year, will his symptoms return in the spring?
  15. If I continue to vaccinate my horse will I need to continue treating with Capstar?
  16. If I continue to vaccinate my horse will my horse ever be cured of Headshaking Syndrome?
  17. How can I protect my horse without vaccinations?
  18. If I vaccinate my horse yearly is that considered "over-vaccinating?

  1. How long does this treatment with Capstar take?

    Capstar treatments are very individual, so the amount of time varies with each individual case. Usually, the longer the horse has had the condition, the longer it will take. We have had some horses that were helped within 2 weeks, but it usually take up to a few months. Once Capstar has been initiated, a healing process can begin.

  2. How come Capstar does not give immediate results such as cyprohepatine?

    Cyprohepatine suppresses the symptoms of Headshaking Syndrome. As soon as you discontinue the drug the symptoms will return. Capstar removes the symptoms. Once symptoms are gone, Capstar may be discontinued.

  3. Why is Capstar so expensive?

    Capstar is actually very inexpensive. The initial purchase price is $99.00 per month. This fee includes case analysis, one month of email support, and all the capstar needed for one month. This may sound expensive, but try comparing the price of Capstar to using cyprohepatine every month over many years. Capstar is a real bargain considering your horses value. Other payment options are available.

  4. How long does each bottle of Capstar last?

    One bottle of Capstar is enough to last 4 weeks.

  5. Can Headshaking Syndrome be cured?

    Yes in most cases, but this is assuming that you will not re-introduce the cause, which in 95% of the head shaking cases is caused by vaccinations.

  6. Is Capstar effective with all types of Headshaking Syndrome?

    Yes. Capstar is helpful with seasonal head shakers, photic head shakers, head trauma induced head shakers, etc. It is important that you obtain a diagnosis of Headshaking Syndrome from your veterinarian; otherwise, Capstar may not work for your horse.

  7. Why do I need a symptom case analysis for my horse?

    Capstar is completely safe, but it does require knowledge of homeopathy to determine the correct remedy and to administer correctly. We are trained, experienced homeopaths.

  8. Is Capstar useful for other problems?

    Capstar Equine Products is formulated from Headshaking Syndrome in horses only. Capstar will not help with head shaking from mechanical means, such as bad teeth, poor fitting tack, or bad riding.

  9. What can I expect from the Capstar treatment?

    Your horse should initially be calmer as a result of the treatment even though he may still have symptoms. Symptoms should gradually disappear, becoming less violent, less often. Eventually, the symptoms are gone all together. It is rare that symptoms suddenly stop, this can happen, but usually symptoms slowly disappear.

  10. Do I need a veterinarian to diagnose my horse as a head shaker?

    Yes, because we do not diagnose. We sell an alternative treatment for Headshaking Syndrome. If your horse shakes his head but does not have Headshaking Syndrome, Capstar will not help.

  11. What happens if I vaccinate my horse during the treatment process?

    Your horse's symptoms will worsen. All the progress made will be lost and we will back at square one!

  12. If my horse becomes symptom free and I vaccinate my horse will his head shaking symptoms return?

    Yes, in nearly all cases.

  13. Do I have to take my horse off his medication before starting Capstar?

    No, he can be weaned off his medication as his head shaking symptoms improve.

  14. If my horse becomes symptom free this year, will his symptoms return in the spring?

    Possibly. Some horses will have head shaking symptoms again the following spring. In these cases, the Capstar treatment is resumed and symptoms are quickly removed and usually will not return the following year.

  15. If I continue to vaccinate my horse will I need to continue treating with Capstar?

    Yes, if you vaccinate your horse the head shaking symptoms will re-appear again the following spring. Due to the vaccinations, Capstar will need to be resumed, and it will take additional months to remove these symptoms.

  16. If I continue to vaccinate my horse will my horse ever be cured of Headshaking Syndrome?

    In our opinion, NO.

  17. How can I protect my horse without vaccinations?

    Your horse is already vaccinated. In our opinion, 95% head shakers are over-vaccinated. This is like over-filling your gas tank or over-watering your house plant. It is unnecessary and harmful.

  18. If I vaccinate my horse yearly is that considered "over-vaccinating?

    Yes, if your horse already has immunity, then vaccinating yearly would be over-vaccinating.

 

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