Are frequently met with in large quantities in horses, especially those that are kept upon unwholesome diet; there are several different kinds of worms, but unless they exist in large quantities, they are not so hurtful as is generally supposed. There is the Lumbrici, almost like the common earth worm, and generally about five or six inches long; these worms are sometimes the causes of a staring coat, hide bound, and tucked up flanks.
REMEDIES: Cina, Sulphur and Mercurius solubilis.
Cina, if there is discharge of worms, violent itching of the parts, causing the animal constantly to rub.
Dose. Six drops or eight globules three times a day.
Sulphur, discharge of lumbrici, with hard stool.
Dose. The same as of Cina.
Mercurius solubilis [Merc]
Mercurius solubilis, if there is violent heaving of the flanks, discharge of large worms, soreness of the anus.
Dose. Six or eight drops twice a day.