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What Are Essential Oils? Essential oil are the subtle, aromatic and volatile liquids extracted from the flowers, seeds, leaves, stems, bark and roots of herbs, bushes, shrubs, and tress, through distillation. According to ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and Chinese manuscripts, priests and physicians were using essential oils thousands of years before Christ to heal the sick. They are the oldest form of remedies and cosmetics known to man and were considered more valuable than gold. There are 188 references to oils in the Bible. Science is only now beginning to investigate the incredible healing properties of essential oils.
Supports a Healthy Immune System
Pets can suffer from ailments in the same way as humans. If problems such as abscesses, coughs, and cuts do not improve after several days, veterinary advice will be necessary.
Use only pure unadulterated "Genuine & Authentic" or "Grade A" oils. Most people think the words PURE or 100% PURE on the label of an essential oil mean it's a good oil. That is far from true.
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Thank God I bought an Essential 7 Kit and some V-6 mixing oil. We happen to be lovers of ferrets and 5 of them own us. One of our little guys(Fatz) has 3 cancers and was rapidly leaving us. Fatz was down to 1 pound of hair and skeleton when I finally got a hold of Dr. Nancy Brandt in Las Vegas. I had a phone consult with her about Fatz and told her about the 3 cancers. Peace and Calming diluted was the only oil she recommended I use on him in the raindrop fashion. She treats ferrets like she treats cats medically ---- NO PHENOLS: See note below about oils high in PHENOLS.
The ferret got out of bed himself and started eating and drinking water within 24 hours. He kept this up and the Drs. could not believe this animal came back to life!!!!! I had kept Fatz alive nursing him with food and water for 2 weeks prior to this. The other 2 oils she recommended were rushed here overnight. Di-tone diluted, was applied to his stomach for his stomach cancer and Endoflex diluted was applied also Raindrop to spine, along with the Peace and Calming.
Note: In response to questions regarding cats --- Dr. Brandt says NO PHENOLS on cats. PHENOLS are a naturally occurring constituent in many essential oils and should NOT be used on cats and other small animals. Examples of oils high in PHENOLS: Oregano, Clove, Thyme, cinnamon, Mountain Savory, Tarragon. DO NOT use these on cats.
She makes no bones about NOT using any other oils but YLE Oils. This is because of the quality of the oils. Young Living's oils have no dangerous adulterants, which would also be dangerous to cats and other animals.
Dr. Nancy Brandt, DVM
2591 Windmill Pkwy, suite 2
Henderson, NV 89014 1-702-617-3285
DR. Brandt has been a lifesaver for us for this past 4 months with our animals. She gave me an antibiotic oil ointment that can be used on cats and ferrets. We have ferrets that we have used it on and also a cat that cut her paws stepping on some glass. The recipe is as follows:
Approximately 1 Tablespoon V-6 mixing oil
8 drops cypress
5 drops lemongrass
5 drops lavender
2 drops lemon
2 drops helichrysum
Apply when you think it necessary.
Tim has had some wounds on his head and hands from work, and we also used this instead of Neosporin Cream.
April and Tim White
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