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If you've ever had the chance to find out how aromatherapy works on you, and you're an animal lover, I imagine you've already thought about using essential oils on your furballs. Between ticks, warts, digestive or joint problems, they are unfortunately not spared. It starts with a good intention, but you still have to take some precautions before allaying the ailments. As with medications, and even food, something you enjoy or that has worked wonders for you might not be safe for your pet. Aromatherapy can nevertheless represent a very interesting treatment to relieve the small problems of your proteges. To guide you, we will give you some indications on the use of essential oils on your animals. Between precautions for use and physiological details.

Here is a non-exhaustive list of essential oils that can have beneficial effects on the disorders of your animals except cats, which are a case apart:

  • Basil : antispasmodic and anti-infectious, it can act on gastric disorders;
  • Cinnamon : anti-infectious and anti-parasitic, it can be used in case of intestinal infections, warts, or as a dewormer;
  • Atlas Cedar : anti-inflammatory, insect repellent and antiparasitic;
  • Lemongrass : very good repellent, it can scare away midges, mosquitoes, fleas and other small insects;
  • Clove : anti-infectious and analgesic, it can be useful in case of yeast infection and dental pain
  • The Radiated Eucalyptus : bactericidal, antifungal, antiviral and immunostimulant, will be very useful in case of respiratory problems;
  • Juniper : anti-infectious, draining and anti-rheumatic;
  • Geranium Rosat : anti-infectious, antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory, it is very harmless;
  • Italian Helichrysum : anti hematoma, healing and circulatory draining;
  • Lavender Asp : skin analgesic, anti-infectious and anti-inflammatory, it will be essential to relieve stings and bites;
  • True Lavender : antispasmodic, analgesic and healing, it can be used in the event of digestive spasms, wounds and dermatitis;
  • Peppermint : local analgesic by hypothermia and antispasmodic, it can be very useful in case of motion sickness or indigestion;
  • Palmarosa : antibacterial and antifungal, it will be very useful in case of respiratory infections. It is also insecticide and insect repellent;
  • Ravintsara : broad-spectrum antiviral and antibacterial, also very immunostimulating, it is very useful against viral and respiratory infections;
  • Rosemary with cineole : anti-infective, expectorant and mucolytic;
  • Rosemary verbenone : hepatic protector;
  • Mountain Savory : against lung and intestinal infections;
  • The Tea Tree : anti-infective, immunostimulant, antiparasitic.

First of all, do not self-medicate on your animal. For any therapeutic use, always seek the advice of a veterinarian. The precautions for using essential oils will be the same for humans as for animals, namely:

  • Check the contraindications carefully.

  • Do not inject essential oils intramuscularly or intravenously.

  • Do not use essential oils on or near the eyes, on the anal and vaginal mucous membranes, the inside of the ears and the muzzle. In case of projection in the eye, rinse with vegetable oil.

  • Perform the allergic test before any use.

  • Do not use essential oils on animals less than 3 months old and pregnant or lactating females.

Veterinary aromatherapy for dogs, cats, horses, pets: Aromatherapy care for your pet. Aromatherapy can represent a very interesting supplement to relieve the small problems of your proteges. Oils are a great way to provide an effective treatment for many problems in animals, from flea infestations to dizziness to arthritis.

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