Essences for Animals

Essences for Animals

There are a lot of essences produced around the world.

The most commonly known essences are made from flowers. Newer ranges make essences from gems, environmental features and many other things now.

They are different from herbs and herbal tinctures in that there is none of the original substance in the essence, which makes them comparatively safe to experiment with. There is some alcohol in them often as a preservative so adding a drop to a bowl of water would dilute that massively if it is of concern to you.

They can be applied to the coat or the animal can self-select it and ingest it in water or neat.

 

Flower Essences for animals

Bach Flower Essences

There are 38 remedies in the Bach remedy system. All of them were discovered in the 1920s and 1930s by Dr Edward Bach, a well-known bacteriologist, physician, and pathologist.

Each remedy is associated with a basic human emotion. Mimulus, for example, is for when we are anxious or afraid about something specific. Taking the remedy helps us overcome our fear and face it with courage.

The remedies are in liquid form so that you can mix together the remedies you need to to help balance your current emotional situation. Like Dr. Bach, we believe that healing on an emotional level has knock-on effects on other levels. A healthy emotional life and a balanced personality will allow your body to find its own natural state of health.

Rescue remedy is a combination remedy that is well worth having in your first aid kit to administer at times of extreme anxiety or shock. 

Further information about Bach Essences

Find a Bach Essence animal practitioner 

Alaskan Essences

This is a big range of essences made from flowers, gems and the environment.

They produce a special combination essence for animals in rescue centres called ‘Animal Care’

Find out more about Alaskan Essences

Lotus Holistic Essences

Have combination essences (Helping Hands, Five Flower and Animal Support) that are all useful essences to hold in your emergency kit. These can be put into an animal’s food, stroked through their fur, put into their water or sprayed on bedding.

Find out more about Lotus Holistic essences

Holistic Health Modalities

Acupuncture

Animal Behvaviour

Essences for Animals

Herbal Medicine for Animals

Homeopathy for Animals

Natural Feeding for Animals

Obsalim for Animals

Zoopharmacognosy

Body Work Therapies

Body Work - General- for Animals

Bowen Technique/Therapy for Animals

Canine Massage

Chiropractic - McTimony - for Animals

Craniosacral Therapy for Animals

Hydrotherapy for Animals

Galen (Canine) Myotherapy

Masterson Method for Horses

Osteopathy for Animals

Tellington TTouch for Animals

Physiotherapy for Animals

Therapeutic Equipment

Photizo Light Therapy for Animals

SCENAR for Animals

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