Essential oils are well known for their healthy benefits and their benefits for our pets should not be overlooked. Due to their high vibrational frequencies they are known to balance and harmonize the bodies organs and emotions hence they bring balance and wellness, aid in detoxing, oxygenate the blood and enhance the immune system by creating an environment conducive for total wellness.
The essential oils work synergistically with the body, raising the electrical frequencies to create within the body an environment conducive for total wellness.
What Are Essential Oils?
Essential oil are the subtle, aromatic and volatile liquids extracted from the flowers, seeds, leaves, stems, bark and roots of herbs, bushes, shrubs, and tress, through distillation. According to ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and Chinese manuscripts, priests and physicians were using essential oils thousands of years before Christ to heal the sick.
They are the oldest form of remedies and cosmetics known to man and were considered more valuable than gold. There are 188 references to oils in the Bible.
Essential oils are well known for their healthy benefits and their benefits for our pets should not be overlooked. Due to their high vibrational frequencies they are known to balance and harmonize the organ systems: supporting emotional needs, aiding in detoxing, oxygenating the blood, and enhancing the immune system.
All Essential Oils Are NOT Created Equal
It’s important to note that not all essential oils are created equal, especially when using them with animals. Essential oils have gotten a bad rap in years past due to inferior quality oils used and in many cases, caused harm to companion animals. Most of the essential oils that you find in the health food stores are filled with synthetic ingredients afford the producer a greater yield making them more profitable. Essential oils are only regulated by the cosmetic industry which then allows for extreme liberty in labeling: allowing a label to state “100% organic” as long as just one ingredient in the process is organic.
When selecting an essential oil for your animal companion be sure to look for an essential oil with a food label. I personally only use and trust Young Living Essential Oils.
Understanding nature will not give you scientific proof, but it will give you the right answers. ~Kurt Schnaubelt
And may we ever have gratitude in hearts that the great Creator in all His glory has placed the herbs in the field for our healing. ~Dr. Edward Bach
Remedies from chemicals will never stand in favorable comparison with the products of Nature, the living cell of the plant, the final result of the rays of the sun, the mother of all life. ~Thomas A. Edison
“It is your responsibility to be responsible for yourself. It is your God-given right to search, read, study, and decide how you will feed and take care of your own body. Be independent and be wise.” ~Mary Young, CEO of Young Living Essential Oils
The information offered by Dr.Kim Bloomer is intended to provide general guidance. Nothing on the website constitutes traditional allopathic veterinary advice. Always consult with a licensed veterinarian before undertaking any course of treatment for your animal or changing treatments or medications your own veterinarian has already prescribed.
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