AromaTherapy & Energy Healing - "My Skin is so Soft from Just One Use"



Pets Love Aromatherapy!


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Aromatherapy also offers benefits for skin health, itching,
immune system, stress and is a natural bug repellant. 
See below for some of the ways aromatherapy can benefit your pet.
 


aromatherapy introduction for dogsEssential oils are meant to be used topically or inhaled. Our mists can be sprayed on your pet but be careful not to spray in eyes, nose or mouth, we recommend spraying in your palms and massaging behind ears and back.  When introducing a new essential oil to your pet, never force application without first getting their approval, if they resist the scent in any way do not apply. Do not use essential oils on medium or large breed puppies until they are eight weeks old or on small breed puppies until they are ten weeks old. Introduce essential oils gradually. If a dog shows any signs of distress (whining, panting, drooling, etc.) around an essential oil, stop using it. Use essential oils in moderation with dogs, especially old, pregnant, or ill dogs. Be especially careful if the dog has epilepsy or is prone to seizures.  Read below about precautions for cats and use of essential oils before starting any aromatherapy regime.

Lavender-Lemon-Patchouli Pet Spray
Itchy Dog? Instantly Calm "hot spots" with this Lavender, Lemon and Patchouli pure essential oils spray. Dogs actually prefer the scent, not like some other "perfume" sprays. This is an all natural spray that works fast to calm their itch. Can also be sprayed on their bedding, in the car or around the room, whenever they need a little extra calming. Chemical-free and alcohol-free. 4 fl. oz.
Price: $10.00
Lavender-Mint Mist Pet Spray
Settle and calm the doggie jitters with our all-natural pure lavender room mist. Calm your pet with the essence of lavender. Great for trips in the car or whenever they need a little extra calmness in their life.
Price: $10.00
Eucalyptus Mist Pet Spray
Has inhalant properties help to combat respiratory problems such as sinus infections and bronchitis. Very calming and effective against pet odor. Relieves the itching sensation of insect bites. The aroma acts as a repellant to fleas, ticks and other pet parasites. 4 fl. oz.
Price: $10.00
Lavender-Lemon Mist Pet Spray
A combination your dog will love but fleas will hate. Calms and works wonders against pests. Can be massaged on your dog, great bonding tool for rescue and shelter pets. 4 fl. oz.
Price: $10.00






 



















































Safe Essential Oils for Dogs

Essential oils safe for dogs
Essential Oils/ Properties and Uses

Bergamot
Antifungal, soothing. Excellent for ear infections caused by yeast or bacterial overgrowth. Caution: Can cause photosensitization.
Avoid the sun after use.


Cedarwood
Antiseptic, tonifying, circulation-stimulating.  Good for skin and coat conditioning and dermatitis of all types.  Flea-repelling.


Eucalyptus
Antiviral, anti-inflammatory, an expectorant.  Good for relief of chest congestion.  Effective in repelling flea.

Geranium
 Gentle and safe, anti fungal.  Good for skin irritations, fungal ear infections.  Effective in repelling ticks.


Lavender
 Very safe and gentle, antibacterial, anti-itch, nerve-calming.
Good for many common animal ailments, e.g. skin irritations, first aid.
A "must-have" oil for your dog!

Peppermint
 Antispamodic, stimulates circulation, insect-repelling.
Good for arthritis, dysplasia, sprains and strains.  Works well with ginger to treat motion sickness.  Another "must-have" for dogs!

Sweet Orange
 Calming, deodorizing, flea-repelling.  Caution: Can cause photosensitization. Avoid the sun after use.




                            Essential Oils and Cats

Essential oils safe for catsAlways allow your cat to choose whether it wants an essential oil.  Do not use essential oils  on cats if they resist in any way!  Essential oils must always be used in very high dilutions (max 1 drop to 10 mls, as little as 1 drop in 25mls can be effective).  Never put essential oils on a cat's body, never close a cat in a room with essential oils diffusing, never use essential oil that contains phenols.









Here is a list of some essential oils that are
known to be toxic to cats:

 Peppermint,  Oregano,  Clove,  Sage,  Citrus oils,  Lavender,
Melaleuca (tea tree oil), Cinnamon (cassia),  Wintergreen
 Thyme,  Birch,  Bergamot,  Pine,  Spruce

Here are the essential oils for cats that are
very safe for cat use:

 Clary Sage,  Elemi,  Frankincense,  Geranium,  Helichrysum
 Idaho Balsam Fir,  Roman Chamomile,  Rosemary,  Valerian

TIP:  Did you know that most cleaning products, air fresheners, room sprays and carpet fresheners are very toxic to your pet, try to avoid the use of these products around your pet's living areas.  Take a look at our all natural cleaning products we have available that are safe for your pet and the environment.

DISCLAIMER
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The LifeWave patches are not intended to treat, prevent or cure any disease. This information is in no way intended to be medical advice. LifeWave patches are not intended to be used in the cure, treatment or prevention of disease in man or animals.





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