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The Bach flower Remedies is a system of 38 Remedies discovered by Dr. Bach to help us and our animals feel better emotionally
The most commonly used remedy for pets is called Rescue Remedy has been used successfully on animals who have experienced trauma, have fear of thunder and firework, dislike visits to the Vet and Groomer. Dog owners have experienced success when using Rescue Remedy on their dogs with seizures.
Bach Flower Essence Remedies are all natural, non-toxic and do not interfere with any other treatments, therapies, supplements, herbs, oils etc. There are no side effects. Bach Flower Essences can be used with animals, people and plants.
Many veterinarians will routinely use Rescue Remedy® with pets before examination and surgery. Used topically or in its cream formula, Rescue Remedy® can also help alleviate hot spots and promote the healing of wounds. I cannot guarantee it will work, but suggest that it is worth a try.
In addition the Rescue Remedy there are a total of 38 Bach Flower Remedies that in combination can help all emotional imbalances ranging from fears, hyperactivity, jealousy, over-protective, possessive, overly-needy, lack self-confidence, inability to learn and anything in between.
It may at first be hard to decide which remedy to choose for your pets behavior, but as you get to know your pets and animals you understand how they feel, you can see the change of attitude if you introduce a new family member to the family and the pet may feel jealous, and therefore need Holly. Or your cat may be very needy for our attention and therefore require Chicory. Some animals dislike anything to do with the car, vet and grooming and may need either Mimulus and or Rescue Remedy. A barking dog may be fearful and lack confidence and may need Mimulus and Larch.
By looking at our pet’s environment and the personality we can determine which of the 38 Bach Flower Remedies our pet needs.
Directions on how to give the Bach Remedies to animals:
Rescue Remedy can be rubbed on the animals gum, ears or paws as needed or you can add 2 drops to the drinking water.
To make a treatment bottle you get a 30 ml/1 oz mixing bottle and add 2 drops of each Remedy. You can combine up to 6 or 7 Remedies in a treatment bottle.
As preservative (optional) you can add 1 tsp of vegetable glycerin. Then you fill the bottle with water.
From this mixture you give your pet 4 drops, 4 times a day until it feels better. You can also add 1 drop from each remedy to your pets drinking bowl, or rub a little on their paws or ears 4 times a day.
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It is important to understand that Natural Remedies are not a substitute for medical or veterinary treatment.
Natural remedies and alternative therapies can complement veterinary care. If your pet is sick, injured, on medication, or you have any other concerns, you can check with your veterinarian prior to offering the remedy or therapy. Be aware that your veterinarian may advise you not to use the natural/holistic/alternative remedy or therapy. It may be because they believe it could harm your pet (such as there could be a negative reaction with medication that your pet is on now) or they are not familiar with the remedy or therapy (most veterinarians do not learn about natural remedies and therapies in veterinarian school and have to take additional courses to do so). Your veterinarian is you and your pet's friend and should have you and your pets best interest at heart. Do your homework and explore your options. If your pet is seriously ill or have a life-threatening condition, please always seek proper veterinary care.
Any information provided by Terry's Therapeutic Massage is not intended to diagnose any condition or prescribe or promote any particular product or therapy. While there are natural remedies and therapies you may want to try, this information is not intended as a substitute for the advice and treatment of a veterinarian. It is your constitutional right to use this information for the health of animals and for which Teresa (Terry) Lawvor Miller, Terry's Therapeutic Massage assumes no responsibility.