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RE: [RC] claming agents that won't test positive, know any? - Bob Morris

As pointed out in a previous post

Rescue Remedy contains vibrational essences from:

  • Impatiens -

  • Star of Bethlehem -

  • Cherry Plum -

  • Rock Rose -

  • Clematis

Show me a pasture with these plants! They are  not the normal constituent of any pasture nor are most "herbal" concoctions.




Bob Morris
Morris Endurance Enterprises
Boise, ID

-----Original Message-----
From: ridecamp-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:ridecamp-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Alison Farrin
Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2003 8:47 PM
To: ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: [RC] claming agents that won't test positive, know any?

From Rule 13. Endurance equines must compete entirely on their natural ability. AERC prohibits from competition equines who contain evidence of the administration of abnormal substances or of normal substances in abnormal amounts
Most herbal essences are small concentrations of plants normally occurring in a pasture. Therefore they do not meet the test of an "abnormal substance"  nor do they meet the test of a "normal substance in an abnormal amount". Looks like a permitted substance to me, until and unless you fed several bottles of it at once and exceed a normal amount.
How are you interpreting the rule to get "a substance not expressly permitted"?

Alison A. Farrin
Innovative Pension
Innovative Retirement Services
858-748-6500 x 107

RE: [RC] claming agents that won't test positive, know any?, Alison Farrin