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Oils For Pets

Oils For Pets: Here are a few essential oil pet recipes you can use to help your four-legged friends:

Peace & Calming, Trauma Life, lavender.

Fleas and other Parasites:
Single oils:
Lemongrass, Melaleuca alternifolia, eucalyptus, peppermint.

Oil Blends:
Di-Tone. Add 1-2 drops of lemongrass to shampoo.

Oils repel fleas and other external parasites. Wash blankets with oils added to the wash during the rinse cycle. Place 1-2 drops of lemongrass on collar to eliminate fleas.

For internal parasites, rub Di-Tone on the pads (bottom of feet).

Insect Repellent:
Put 10 drops each of Purification, Eucalyptus globulus, and peppermint in an 8-oz spray bottle with water.

Alternate formula: Put 2 drops pine, 2 drops Eucalyptus globulus, and 5-10 drops citronella in a spray bottle of water. Shake vigorously and spray over area. Floral waters such as peppermint and Idaho tansy can also be used.

Mites: (ear mites)
Apply Purification and peppermint to a Q-Tip and swab just the inside of the ear.

Nervous Anxiety:
Valor, Trauma Life, chamomile, geranium, lavender, and valerian.

Animal Scents Shampoo Pain:
Helichrysum, PanAway, Relief It, and peppermint diluted with vegetable oil 2:1.

Shiny Coat:
Rosemary and sandalwood.

To remove ticks, apply 1 drop cinnamon or peppermint on cotton swab and swab on tick. Then wait for it to unhedge the head before removing from animal's skin.

Melrose, helichrysum, and Rose Ointment.

Also see our Animal Scents Pet Ointment and Pet Shampoo!

For more Information on Aromatherapy and Your Pets click here.

From our pet family to yours, your aroma-essence friends!

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