Help with fighting off stuff you catch out in the world
There are lots of variations available but this is the basic recipe. (You can add Copaiba, Melissa, Lemongrass, or any other oil that works for you.) Take at first sign of symptoms like runny nose, cough, and repeat every 4 hours until symptoms resolve. Supports immune system.
Mix together, put in container and use a dab to brush pets teeth daily.
Paw Soak – Red, itchy, irritated
For red, itchy, irritated paws
1/4 apple cider vinegar 1 gal water Add a drop or two (depending on species and size) of Lavender, Frankincense, and/or Myrrh all are soothing on paws – see what is cause and what works. Soak for 5 – 10 minutes once or twice a day.
This spray is great for cuts, scrapes, scratches, itching, irritations, hot spots, and everyday skin irritations. There are several varieties depending on which oils you have and which oils your pet & animal respond to better.
10 drops Lavender 10 drops Frankincense 10 drops Myrrh 10 drops Copaiba (Optional 2 drops Helichrysum) 1 tbsp colloidal silver Top off with real aloe juice Spray bottle – 1 oz for large dogs 2 oz for smaller dogs – 2oz – 4 oz for pocket pets and birds Mix all ingredients together and shake before each use. Spray the area as needed 2-3 times per day. If the animals wants to lick the area, cover lightly with a bandage, tee-shirt, or use a cone to prevent licking. (This spray is safe if they do lick it but it does prolong the process.) Note – This spray is safe for dogs, horses, goats, cats, llamas, cattle, and all other species. Dilute more for very small pocket pets and birds (2-4 oz. rather than 1 oz.) Keep in refrigerator and shake before use.
10 Lavender 10 Frankincense 10 Myrrh 1 tbsp colloidal silver Top off with alcohol free witch hazel or aloe juice In 2 – 4 oz spray bottle (1oz bottle for large dogs) Use 2 – 3 times a day Make sure they are not licking it – if they are licking it you may have to use a collar.
All Natural Healing Salve
8 oz. Cold-Pressed Unrefined Organic Coconut Oil 1.25 oz. Beeswax 3 drops Vitamin E oil or Lanolin 5 drops Helichrysum Essential Oil 10 drops Myrrh Essential Oil 15 drops Frankincense Essential Oil 10 drops Copaiba Essential Oil 10 drops Lavender Essential Oil In a double boiler, heat coconut oil and beeswax until melted. Remove from heat and wait until mixture starts to cool (just a few minutes) before adding the other ingredients. mix and pour into glass jar(s). Store in a cool place where it will not melt. Apply directly over the area of concern as needed. Safe for cats, dogs, horses, and other large and small animals.
Top off with distilled water or carrier oil (carrier oil preferred)
To use: Shake before each use. Spray as needed 2-4 times a day to promote clear breathing and a healthy respiratory tract.
For skin irritation or itchy animals, consider regular bathing with a natural shampoo to help soothe their irritated skin.
3 oz. unscented Castile soap 3 oz. water 1 oz aloe vera juice 1 oz vegetable glycerin 3 drops Lavender or Roman Chamomile essential oil
*Optional: 1 oz organic apple cider vinegar- use if shampoo is not rinsing well *Optional: 1/4 tsp. fractionated coconut oil or almond oil – if more moisture is needed
*Optional: 1/4 cup ground up oatmeal (use a blender to grind it up)
Add more water if needed to get desired consistency.
Mix all ingredients together well and shampoo normally, being careful to avoid the eyes and nose.
Rinse Well after shampooing.
Ear Cleaning Mixture
Will prevent ear infections as well as clear up ear infections.
Equal parts apple cider vinegar (Bragg’s with “Mother”) and non alcohol witch hazel (okay if it has aloe vera in it) – add colloidal silver – a couple tablespoons – must be at least 10 ppm as far as the colloidal silver
Clean ears by putting liquid mixture on cotton ball or pad and drip a drop in each ear and manipulating ear cone – will hear squishy noise.
Clean out liquid with cotton ball
Repeat with fresh cotton for second ear
Clean twice a week
Can put diluted Lavender essential oil around base of ear
⚠️ Never put essential oils in ear canal.
Can carefully put a bit on cotton ball and wipe around the inside of the ear just never in the ear canal.
And use Arborvitae, Lavender or Basil (with larger dogs) around the base of the ear for yeast, unwanted bacteria, or pathogens.
Cats – omit Basil and just use very dilute (1% or less) Lavender after cleaning ears.
Mix the above ingredients in ONE Tablespoon of Fractionated Coconut Oil. Use a Q-tip to rub the Essential Oil mixture in the FLAP of the ear (but not in the ear canal). Dilute in TWO tablespoons of Fractionate Coconut Oil for cats and pocket dogs.
Horse Cool Down Spray
16 oz witch hazel and 20 drops Peppermint in a spray bottle.
Shake before use.
The horses love it too!
For an extra boost and to help the coat, add in 5-10 drops Rosemary.
Mix all ingredients together in a jar. Directions for use: Massage into hoof/ coronet band daily to maintain healthy hoof growth and conditioning. Coconut oil on hoof for dryness – adding above will help growth be healthy.
Horse Hoof Abscess Recipe
Soak hoof in Epsom salts with 10 drops each of oregano and rosemary (mix in with the Epsom salts before adding the warm water) like normal. Make sure the water does not go over the coronet if you are soaking the hoof
Mix all ingredients together in a 2 oz spray bottle
Directions for use: Shake gently before use. Spray bottom of hoof after soaking in Epsom salts 1-2 times daily.
Horse Fly Spray
16 oz Spray Bottle (Glass, HDPE plastic, or number 1 or number 2 PETE plastic) 1 bottle of TerraShield (15 mL/ 250 drops) Add Geranium for extra tick repellant if needed. 1 cup Apple Cider Vinegar – (I use Bragg’s with mother) 5-10 drops dish-washing soap (I use a natural free and clear dish soap) Top off with filtered water Directions: Mix all ingredients in the Spray Bottle and top off with filtered water. Shake before each use. ⚠️ As with all fly sprays, avoid contact with horses eyes! Horse Fly Recipe works great for horses, dogs, goats, sheep, llamas, alpacas, and even people!
1 quart hydrogen peroxide 1/4 cup baking soda 1 teaspoon (or a little more) liquid dishwashing soap (Dawn works great) Add a drop of Lavender or Roman Chamomile Essential Oil (optional) Directions: Be sure to wear gloves. Soak the animal with the mixture and rinse off thoroughly. Repeat if necessary. ⚠️ DO NOT GET IN THE ANIMAL’S EYES. ⚠️ Do not store or save any leftover mixture, use immediately.
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