Have you been wondering if you can use essential oils safely in your dogs and cats?
Essential oils are powerful medicine. We can support every system in the body with essential oils. The constituents present in the essential oil can work together synergistically to provide incredible health benefits to your pet.
However, these powerful plant aromatic compounds need to be used safely.
How do you know what company to use?
Did you know that lavender is one of the most adulterated, synthetic essential oils that can lead to adverse reactions in your pets?
Watch this short video to learn more about how to use essential oils safely in your pets.
In this video, you’ll learn about:
What are essential oils
How to safely use essential oils in dogs and cats
Companies that are safe to use in animals
Common conditions and how to use essential oils safely
If you’d like to know what essential oils I’ve been using for my pets and patients, click here.
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