DOGS

Bеѕt Eѕѕеntiаl Oils for Dоgѕ 2019

The list below are some of the must-have essential oils for your
dogs:
 
Bergamot
This is an anti-fungal essential oil with soothing effects. This oil is a
perfect remedy for ear infections resulting from yeast or bacterial
overgrowth. Due to its propensity to cause photosensitization, due
caution should be taken when using this oil by keeping the dog
away from the sun after use.
 
Carrot Seed
This is an essential oil containing anti-inflammatory properties. It is
also tonic and has moderate anti-bacterial effects. The oil is good for
improving the immunity of dog skin by fighting dehydration, flakiness
as well as skin sensitivity. In addition, this oil can also rejuvenate
and stimulate tissue generation, making it effective for scar healing.
 
Cedarwood
Cedarwood contains an antiseptic, tonifying and circulation-stimulating
properties. Apart from repelling fleas, it contains skin conditioning
properties and may, therefore, be used to fight dermatitis of all types.
 
Chamomile
This essential oil can either be classified as German or Roman. The
German Chamomile is an anti-inflammatory, non-toxin, gentle and safe
oil that may be used to deal with skin conditions, allergic reactions
and burns. On the other hand, Roman Chamomile is an analgesic,
nerve-calming and antispasmodic oil that is good for soothing the
central nervous system and is also effective for soothing muscle
pains, teething pains and cramps.
 
Citronella
This essential oil contains anti-fungal properties that help to treat
insect bites, also can help treat and prevent colds, fevers, and calm
barking dogs
 
Clary Sage
This essential oil when used in small diluted amounts, it is good for
calming and sedating the nerves.
 
Eucalyptus Radiata
This is one of the rare essential oils that contain anti-viral properties.
It is also an expectorant, contains anti-inflammatory properties that
therefore makes it suitable for relieving chest congestion and repelling
fleas.
 
Frankincense
This essential oil helps build and maintain a healthy immune system,
promote cellular health, calming and soothing to the skin, and
promote your dog’s body natural healing process.
 
Geranium
This essential oil is a safe, gentle with anti-fungal properties. It helps
fight fungal infections in the dog’s ears and is also good for skin
irritations as it also assists in repelling ticks.
 
Ginger
Ginger is non-toxic and non-irritating oil that is safe for use in small
diluted amounts. The oil aids digestion, is used for treatment of
motion sickness and is also effective for relieving pain caused by
certain infections such as arthritis, sprains, dysplasia, and strains.
 
Helichrysum
This essential oil contains anti-inflammatory, analgesic as well as
regenerative effects. It is therefore highly therapeutic and thus
excellent for skin conditions and irritations such as eczema. It is also
effective for healing of bruises, scars and pain relieving.
 
Lavender
Lavender oil is a safe and gentle essential oil with anti-bacterial,
anti-itch and nerve-calming properties. Due to these properties, the oil
is, therefore, a perfect fit for a wide range of common dog ailments
such as skin irritations and allergic reactions.
 
Myrrh
This essential oil contain powerful antimicrobial, astringent, expectorant,
antifungal, stimulant, carminative, stomachic, anticatarrhal, diaphoretic,
vulnerary, antiseptic, immune booster, circulatory, tonic,
anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic.
 
Niaouli
This essential oil contains powerful anti-bacterial properties. Though it
is highly antihistaminic, it is less likely to cause skin irritations in the
dogs. These properties make it a perfect remedy for ear infections
and general skin conditions caused by allergies.
 
Peppermint
If your dog experiences muscle spasms from time to time, then you
may want to get it this oil. The oil also stimulates blood circulation
and is also an insect repellent. It can be used in combination with
Ginger to treat motion sickness in the dog.

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