Toxins That Can Thwart Health

Posted By Dr. Kim on Apr 22, 2021 in Dangerous Drugs - Toxic Chemicals, Dr. Kim's Views, Environmental Issues, Essential Oils, Faith-Based, Feature, Features, Fridge's Views, Natural Modalities for Dogs, Natural Yard & Home for Dogs |

Toxins that Hinder Health

Fridge, my Golden Retriever, was probably the easiest puppy I’ve ever had! He was independent enough because with my crazy lifestyle at the time, he had to be. He was so smart and a fast learner too. He was the boy that cracked open the natural health door for me, even though I was still far too self-absorbed to listen to all his needs. 

He lived a primarily solo dog life without constant canine companions, but even with his health challenges (see in the article), he was always such a happy dog. He came from a long-line of obedience champions which is common to the breed anyway, but he was exceptionally so. No matter how goofy iw was, he rose above it. He was a very good boy, even to his last day. I look forward to seeing him again one day on the New Earth and New Heaven (see Revelation 21). 

Purification blend

I began the process of purifying my life in spirit, soul and body because of him. He began showing me the need to get the toxic stuff out so he could at least have a better life even if I wasn’t connecting all the dots for my own life and that of others yet. I cared to help him at least and so I chose this oil blend for him. This is taken from my class, Treasures out of Darkness which is moving away from this site to my audio content site,

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Some additional information for you directly from Young Living Essential Oils in their quarterly newsletter for April, May, & June 2021, The Essential Edge:

ANIMALS, INSECTS, AND FARMS: HOW THEY WORK TOGETHERsustainable farming with our animal friends

Young Living farms, partner farms, and Seed to Seal-certified providers rely on a wide range of animal friends to produce our premium essential oils. Each farm’s unique soil, climate, and crops require the contributions of many animals, from tiny microorganisms to lumbering livestock, to achieve a natural balance. Maintaining this balance is what allows us to farm as naturally , productively, and sustainably as possible.


Our animals help feed our farm soil, keeping it healthy. Animal waste, compost, and mulch – with hep from microbe-rich organic fertilizers 0 cultivate a healthy microbial population in the soil. These microbial citizens include bacteria, fungi, nematodes, protozoa, and others that break down organic carbons. The breakdown of organic matter yields nutrients, enzymes, and amino acids that nurture the crops, ultimately producing the premium essential oils we love.


Friends like ladybugs, beetles, and praying mantises protect the plants, especially from aphids and other insects that damage plants. bees, butterflies, and moths also pitch in to pollinate the crops which prompts many plants into their final steps to produce their oils.


Larger grazing animals do their part for the planet by sequestering carbon. This happens when sheep, horses, bison, deer, elk, and others capture and store carbon by consuming and digesting the plants they graze on. When they trample manure and excess plant matter, they trap carbon in the soil rather than releasing it into the atmosphere.


It takes a thriving ecosystem to product premium essential oils. It’s our animal friends, large and small, that make sustainable farming possible. It’s their natural balance that makes it possible for us to create a healthy home for each of us and a healthy world for all of us. “

Until next time…

Have a PAWSitively, tail waggin’, NATUROPATHICALLY healthy day!

Kim Bloomer, V.N.D., N.D. is an animal naturopath as well as being certified in small animal nutrition, with years of experience in animal wellness. Dr. Kim is a published author, writer, blogger, host of the DOGgone Truth podcast. Copyright 2021 Aspenbloom Pet Care, Dr. Kim Bloomer, All rights reserved. No part of this article may be reproduced in any form without the written consent of the Author/Publisher. This article is intended to be educational. However, it is not intended to be a substitute for diagnosis or treatment from a qualified animal health professional. Dr. Kim Bloomer and Aspenbloom Pet Care, do not assume any legal responsibility for misuse of any possible products discussed in this article. The only essential oils ever used, discussed or referenced on this site are Young Living Essential Oils.