Flower Essences for Pets
Remedies for Helping The Pets You Love
66% of pet lovers surveyed say they wouldn’t trade their cat or dog for a million dollars. Our devoted quality of loving care for our animals—both domestic and wild–is richly supported by our wise use of flower essences with 33 years of research.
This page is dedicated to the pets you love, and to help you give them even better care and happiness in your home and property.
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These are some of the common issues to which animals respond with flower essences:
Resources for Helping The Pets You Love
Animals often respond even more quickly than people to flower essences, as countless pet testimonials worldwide have confirmed. These 20 remedies — prepared from fruit and vegetable blossoms — activate your pet’s ability to live a more balanced life. Addressing specific behaviors and situations rather than treating physical symptoms, flower essences allow animals to return to their natural state of harmony. Given singly, results will be noticed within 3 days, oftentimes immediately.
Using any of the following methods for a total of 4 times a day is the recommended minimum, preferably not with meals (10 minutes before or 1 hour afterward); or every few minutes in emergency situations. Add 4 drops of Stock Concentrate to a fresh water bowl, or 16 Stock drops to a watering trough. In addition, you may apply several drops to your palm and rub them into your pet’s fur, feathers or scales. Some animals like the essences rubbed on their gums, around their nostrils, behind their ears or on their paw pads. Four drops added to water in a misting bottle to spray bedding, stalls, kennels, cars or carriers is also effective. (To prepare a Dosage Bottle, add 2 Stock drops to a 1-oz. dark bottle, 1 T brandy, and spring water. Use as above, 4 drops at a time.) Store out of direct sunlight, heat and humidity.
Please note: It is advisable for the pet owner to honestly assess if he is contributing to his pet’s problem. For example, giving Grape Essence, for loneliness, to a neglected animal will not replace proper care from the owner. Also, flower essences, though a form of holistic pet health care, do not replace
proper veterinary treatment.
Flower Essence Descriptions
Moderation; for better adjustment to domesticated life; animals who are nervous, who pace, over-groom themselves, or exhibit frenetic or obsessive behaviors
Peaceful clarity in behavior; for a healthier attitude; for illness, accidents, surgery; picking up health-related fears, worry or doubt from the owner; pets with chronic health problems
Good memory; for pets to come home when called; for training; better focus, especially when distractions are present; alertness; non-responsive animals
Humility; calmness; for overly emotional, agitated or upset animals; for the bully in the household
Purity; for animals who absorb their owner’s negativity; exposure to harmful chemicals; for use in a misting bottle in areas that have been soiled or marked, or to cleanse the litter box area on a regular basis
Cheerfulness; for moods; grumpy or ornery behavior (Note: be sure to rule out possible medical causes); for previously abused animals
Upliftment; helps animals deal with chronic pain or physical infirmities; for transcending limitations; good for show animals
Vitality; energy; restores a sense of adventure; for relocation; helpful during times of transition; good for older animals; for exhaustion
Sweetness, tenderness; animals who are crabby, irritable or irritating; for the pet who picks on other animals
Flexibility; for animals who have been improperly or overly trained; pets who received mixed messages from their owners; animals who seem confused, fussy or whiny; for breaking existing bad habits
Love; for animals who have been neglected, abandoned, abused or otherwise mistreated; loneliness, clinginess or aloofness; jealousy of other pets or humans, sometimes expressed as bullying, growling or spraying/soiling; feeling replaced; loss of a human or animal companion
Calmness; for restless energy, poor attention span; good for younger animals; for pets who get wound up, especially with newcomers to the household; for anger
Enthusiasm; loss of interest in life; listlessness; grieving the loss of a companion; suffering or emotional struggle; also for past abuse; pets with a history of multiple homes; adapting to life indoors; pets who have been declawed, debarked or otherwise unnaturally altered
Unselfishness; overly demonstrative animals; animals weaned too early; demanding pets; over-territorialism; for the mother whose young are taken away
Emergency Essence; peacefulness; for any trauma or crisis; for the shock of accidents, illness, birthing or surgery; panic or disorientation; for animals nearing death; a "first-aid must"
Self-assuredness; insecurity, especially in multiple-animal households; for the runt of the litter; for show animals; pets raised in temporary homes; for previous poor training
Kindheartedness; animals who hold grudges, sometimes species-related; for spraying or soiling, specifically if hurt feelings are suspected as the cause; difficulty integrating with newer
animals in the home
Simplicity; for animals who act older than their years; for stress and pets living in stressful households; for strays; anxious or troubled animals; to restore playfulness
Dignity; for grounding; self-worth issues imparted by the owner; animals nearing their own passing; stability; for lengthy or debilitating illness
Strength and endurance; for fear-based behavior, mild to overwhelming, of known or unknown origin; skittish or easily spooked animals; for terrifying experiences; coping with city life; fear-based barking; animals who attack out of fear
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