How do I use essential oils by VetNaturally™?
VetNaturally™ essential oils have a wide range of uses and modes of application, including the following:
Passive DiffusionEssential oil is applied to a tissue or cotton ball and placed in the pets home environment. When oils are applied to human owners, they act as passive diffusers for their pets as well.
Active DiffusionWater and essential oils are mixed in an ultrasonic machine that actively diffuses the oil into the air.
Topical ApplicationEssential oil is applied directly to the fur or skin, either in pure form or in a diluted fashion.
Oral ApplicationDrops of essential oils are placed into the pet’s food or water, or directly administered to the tongue. This is an advanced form of essential oil therapy that should be monitored carefully.
What essential oils and oil blends can I get from VetNaturally™?
Frankincense (Boswellia carterii)
Country of Origin: Oman
Uses: Immuno-stimulant, Cellular Regeneration, Calming, Skin Abnormalities, Warming
Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)
Country of Origin: Bulgaria
Uses: Skin conditions, abscesses, sedation, calming, respiratory support
Lemon (Citrus limon)
Country of Origin: United States
Uses: Digestive support, Immuno-stimulant, Respiratory support, Cleaning
Peppermint (Mentha piperita)
Country of Origin: India, France, USA
Uses: Nausea relief, Sinus and Respiratory support, Digestive aid
Happy Uses: Uplifting, Relaxation
PreviPain™ Uses: Decreases inflammation, promotes circulation
DISCLAIMER: All descriptions regarding the uses and effects of essential oils on this website are meant for informational purposes only, and should not be used to replace the advice of a veterinary professional. While the majority of VetNaturally™ essential oils are certified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for organic purity, they have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Agency for any claims of therapeutic effectiveness.Keep essential oils stored in a safe place away from infants, children, and pets.