3 Basic oils must be calm

The reason I love animals is that happiness, innocence, and unconditional love take on their people. Our pets are as happy as the parts of our household because they are with us.

But sometimes an animal enters our lives, which is a bit 'out there'!

For example, the dog has an irrational fear of rain and will not live in the rain while showering. Or the cat who hides me for hours when a friend comes. Or what about the dog he destroys the house during work? Any of them familiar?

My cat, Sammie and Max, loves hanging on our covered terrace. But when the garbage truck starts, they will be fleeing for their lives.

It may seem like crazy for us, but whatever it may be from the fear or unusual behavior of the animal, they are legitimate in their minds.

Using essential oils for animals can really take their anxiety, great time!

Due to the increased sensations of the animals, they respond very well to essential oils. Wildlife consumes special nutrition to heal itself. In captivity (in our homes) the plant kingdom is not available. The use of essential oils at your favorites gives you access to the great healing properties of nature. The three most important essential oils that rest their pets:

Lavender

Romantic Chamomile

Peace & Calming

These essential oils can be used to support your animal; fear of rain and thunderstorms, separation, hyperactivity, trauma / depression, depression, illness, medical examinations, other family members sorrow / loss and any situation that causes a great deal of stress to your animal such as garbage trucks! 19659002] When applying essential oils to animals, we always remember less that animals are very sensitive to essential oils.

With animals, it is also best to dilute the essential oils with carrier oil, such as organic olive oil. I recommend a piece of essential oil to 1 part oil for each animal except CATs. Dilution ratio of cats 1 part essential oil to 10 parts for body oil

Be cautious with cats!

Any of the essential oils listed in this article for safe dogs and horses; cats are another story! Cats are extremely sensitive to essential oils containing phenols, such as oregano and thyme. Cats are not able to efficiently metabolize the phenols because they lack the enzyme in the liver to digest the phenols. Avoid the peaceful and soothing essential oil mixture on your cat as it contains phenols. Lavender and Romantic Chamomile Essential Oils Safe for Cats

How to Use Essential Oils on Dogs, Horses and Cats:

For Reassuring Dogs:

1 drop of lavender, chamomile or Peace & Calming® essential oil 1 droplet oil. Rub this mixture on the dogs, on their ears or on the comb through the coat. Apply at any time we detect your dog.

For foot padding:

Mix 1 drop of lavender, chamomile or Béke & Calming® essential oil with 1 drop conveyor oil. Rub this mixture on the horse's nose, ears, or squirrel's orchestras. Apply at all times the horse's stress

For Reduced Cats:

Mix 1 drop of lavender or chamomile essential oil with 10 drops of carrier oil. Rub this mixture through the cat's pillows, ears, or combs through their coats. Apply your cat at all times to stress.

Incidentally, the essential oils in this article also help alleviate anxiety! There is no need for dilution in humans. Just a drop or drop on your wrist, shoulder, or ear.

And next time you open a bottle of lavender essential oil, have a few of your animal friends! Thank you!

© 2008 Christa McCourt

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