Aromatherapy for Animals and Essential Oil Kits for People

Aromatherapy for Animals

I expected “Aromatherapy for Animals” to be user-friendly, comprehensive, and helpful – but Kristen’s
work is a masterpiece.

She makes important technical information easy to understand, helping aromatherapy newcomers
understand how essential oils are made, how to judge their quality, and how identical sounding oils can have different
chemical signatures and very different effects.

With her constant emphasis on safety, Kristen’s book does more to
protect animals from the inappropriate use of aromatherapy products than any other publication.

In addition, Kristen
generously shares her formulas and recipes, something few manufacturers would consider doing. The result is a well-organized
reference, “how to” guide, and resource – in short, an aromatherapy crash course devoted to companion animals.

Here is what one person has to say:

A Masterpiece, Reviewer: CJ Puotinen – In the last five years, I have studied with and interviewed
aromatherapists from around the world for books and magazine articles. Since our first phone interview, Kristen Leigh
Bell has been my favorite authority on the use of essential oils and hydrosols for dogs, cats, and other animals.
It was my pleasure to write this book’s foreword, which gives me an intellectual (not financial) interest in its

A Holistic Health Guide: Aromatherapy
for Animals: A Comprehensive Guide to the Use of Essential Oils and Hydrosols with Animals

Resource for Aroma Therapy Oils for Pets

The Mountain Rose Herbs Company has a huge selection of essential oils that are tested
to be therapeutic grade and good enough for the most discerning aromatherapist.

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Holistic Health Pet Products – Do herbal and homeopathic remedies work on pets?

“In the wild, animals instinctively seek out healing herbs to help them when they are ill or undernourished.
In fact, Asclepius, the ancient Greek god of medicine, respected dogs very highly for their ability to seek out and
eat medicinal herbs in the wild. This ability is shared by other animals, including cats.

We are coming to realize that nature often has the answers – but animals have always known this. Natural medicine
can help your pet just as it can help you. While there is always a place for conventional veterinary medicine, natural
medicine can compliment conventional veterinary care and in many cases allievate your pet symptoms just as well – without the
side effects and damage to health that can accompany synthetic drugs and antibiotics.

I have applied the same care and research that have gone into our Native Remedies range for adults and children
to the development of pet-friendly, safe and effective natural remedies for animals. As always, all remedies are
formulated to the highest therapeutic standards and manufactured under strict pharmaceutical conditions for your
peace of mind and the well being of your pets.” Michele Carelse, Clinical Psychologist.

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Pet Alive is a fairly new and wonderful natural medicine product line for animal lovers who choose to take a holistic health approach to keeping their animal friends healthy. Featuring natural remedies for common pet care challenges such as travel sickness, furballs, constipation and digestive problems, Pet Alive offers effective holistic health solutions for all your pet care needs.

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Ark Naturals offers a wonderful line of holistic health pet products. Ark Naturals, Natural Products for Pets, is the #1 manufacturer of all-natural, holistic, remedy & wellness products and functional food snacks for pets. Ark products are human quality, environmentally friendly and vet recommended.

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