Holistic Aromatherapy for Animals : A Comprehensive Guide to the Use of Essential Oils & Hydrosols with Animals Paperback
It is only in recent years that aromatherapy, or essential oil therapy, has gained substantial acceptance; this is primarily due to French veterinarians who have begun using essential oils and hydrosols in their practices.
Laypeople, of course, have been enjoying great success treating animals with the very same substances for many years; for it is not just the medical professionals who can safely and effectively administer these aromatic oils.
Anyone enabled with quality essential oils or hydrosols and adequate knowledge can use a plant's most concentrated and energetic byproducts to improve the health of their animals, and treat and prevent various illnesses and common ailments. Aromatherapy is actually a science that has a much larger archive of supported scientific data than most other holistic care methods.
However, most of these studies were originally published in French or German.
Aromatherapy was the first natural, holistic therapy the author began using, and she relies on it as my primary form of healthcare to treat and balance all sorts of minor ailments and discomforts in the lives of her family and their pets. She has rarely needed to use any other sort of remedy to achieve the desired result.
These powerful substances are the most fascinating, sensual and complex of all natural therapies -- a combination that proves to be so enthralling it eventually develops into a grand passion for many.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 228 pages, 68 black & white illustrations
- Publisher: Findhorn Press Ltd.
- Publication Date: 01/09/2002
- Category: Aromatherapy & essential oils
- ISBN: 9781899171590
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Review by biunicorn
Holistic Aromatherapy for AnimalsA Comprehensive Guide to the Use ofEssential Oils & Hydrosols with Animalsby Kristen Leigh BellThis 221 page was so informative that I just couldn't put it down. I learned so much about how certain types of essential oils are not good for animals in general. The real shocker was that because of a cat's anatomy essential oils are not good for them at all and can even make them sick. I also found out about different types of herbs and what they are best used for, and cool blends of oils that can help dogs in many ways including motion sickness, fatigue and even gas. I would recommend this great find to animal lovers everywhere. Thanks, Kristen this was so very helpful.Love & Light,Riki Frahmann