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Essential Oils First Aid Kit for Animals


Animal Scents Ointment - to seal and disinfect open wounds.

Exodus II - for infection, inflammation; to promote tissue regeneration.

Helichrysum - as a topical anesthetic.

Idaho Tansy - is one of the most versatile oils for animals.   It is purifying, cleansing, tissue-regenerating, anti-inflammatory, and anesthetic, and is used for bruised bones, cuts, wounds, and colic.  It repels flies.

Laurel - for bruising and soreness.

Lavender - for tissue regeneration, desensitizing wound.

Melrose - for disinfecting and cleaning wounds.  Use weekly to keep ears clean.

Mountain Savory - for reducing inflammation.

Myrrh - for infection, inflammation; to promote tissue regeneration

Ortho Ease - to dilute essential oils and act as a pain-reliever and anti-inflammatory.

PanAway - If the pain originates from a broken bone rather than an open wound, use PanAway to kill pain in points where there is no open, raw tissue.  NOTE: Do not apply PanAway to open wounds because it will sting and traumatize the animal.  Instead, use helichrysum and balsam fir to reduce bleeding and pain.

Purification - is more effective than using iodine or hydrogen peroxide for washing and cleansing wounds.  It repels ticks and mites.

Roman Chamomile - for tissue regeneration, desensitizing wound.

Thieves - for inflammation, infection and bacteria; for proudflesh (where new tissue continues to rebuild itself causing excessive granulation) to promote tissue regeneration.

Valerian - can be used internally and externally for controlling pain.

Vetiver - can be used internally and externally for controlling pain.



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*The information provided here is for educational purposes only and is not intended as diagnosis, treatment, or prescription for any disease. The decision to use, or not to use, any of this information is the sole responsibility of the reader.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration
and the
AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association)