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The anterior pituitary gland in the brain produces the hormone known as equine growth hormone (EGH Celtic). Equine growth hormone enhances the immune system’s ability to fight off sickness and infection by promoting tissue repair and cell regeneration in the bones, muscles, and essential organs.

Growing Hormone The adrenal glands, gonads, and brain all create EGH, an endogenous steroid hormone. Although its function is not entirely understood, it is crucial for the synthesis of oestrogen and androgen. It is a naturally occurring steroid hormone. This indicates that it is produced by the body naturally and that it activates particular tissues or cells. It typically appears as dehydroepiandrosterone sulphate. It is kept in reserve by the body and is transformed into particular hormones when needed.

Ah, it seems you might be referring to “Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome” (EGUS) rather than “Egh Celtic.” EGUS is a common condition in horses and occasionally in other equids like camels. Celtic might refer to a certain treatment or approach related to this condition, but there’s no direct association between EGUS and the term “Celtic” in veterinary medicine.

If there’s a specific Celtic approach or treatment within the context of EGUS that you’re inquiring about, I might not have that specific information. However, these general methods are commonly used to manage and prevent gastric ulcers in horses and other equids. Consulting with a veterinarian who specializes in equine medicine would provide the most tailored and accurate guidance for your horse or camel.

Treating EGUS involves various methods:

  1. Medication: Proton pump inhibitors or H2-receptor antagonists can help reduce gastric acid production.
  2. Diet: Feeding practices, including providing frequent access to forage and reducing periods without food, can help prevent ulcers.
  3. Management: Reducing stress, incorporating turnout time, and managing exercise routines can contribute to the overall well-being of the animal and potentially decrease the likelihood of ulcers.
  4. Supplements: Some supplements like aloe vera, lecithin, or specific forms of magnesium may be beneficial, but their efficacy can vary.

 

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