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Reese- Aculife/Lifewave horse patch testimonial
Chanel Reese tells her amazing story of how her horse was relieved of pain in a matter of minutes with Aculife.
After a few minutes of being patched with Aculife Patches
Before and After
Non-chemical Acupressure patches that relieve pain quickly
without the use of drugs. Patches react to stimulate the central nervous
system through acupressure points.
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Horses Love Aromatherapy
Horses respond extremely well to essential oils to help with acute emotional issues and concentration it's a great tool to have on hand for trainings, traveling and competition. Inhalation is a quick, easy and effective treatment option that is safe to use . As with any new aromatherapy introduction it is best to allow your horse to choose acceptance. On the first introduction of a new essential oil offer the scent to them by spraying your palm then hold your cupped hand under the horse’s nose. If your horse is interested he will start to inhale. If he is not interested the horse will turn his head away. Any essential oils that your horse turns away from put aside for another day. just be sure not to spray near his eyes.
If you accidentally get some in his eyes, never use water to wash it off. Water will increase the irritability of essential oils to the skin, use vegetable base oil or milk. The albumen content of milk will help dilute the essential oils and sooth the skin.
No essential oil or treatment substitutes for regular care from a qualified veterinarian. Essential oils can be an invaluable aid on a daily
basis to supplement and support the immune system and emotional well being of your horse. It is best to avoid the use of essential oils with pregnant mares.
How can my Horse benefit from Aromatherapy?
Essential oils work on a physical level and work to restore an emotional level by the inhalation of the scent. As the horse inhales the scent, a chain reaction occurs from the brain. It is quite complex, but to put it simply, the natural chemicals in these oils cause the release of neurochemicals from the brain and depending which oils are inhaled, these neurochemicals can cause relaxation, stimulation, alertness, pain relief and other responses that the brain can produce. Physically, they can help in various ways such as healing wounds, fighting infection, relieving itch, providing pain relief, promoting fast hair growth, deterring pests and much more.
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