Sharing your essential oils for dogs. Let's talk about a unique way to help everyone in the house at once.
One of my youngest NSP members, meet Lulu, a Rhodesian Ridgeback. Her mom is a smart woman who decided prevention can't begin too early.
The main topic today is aromatherapy for dogs because of its simplicity, health benefits, and replacing toxic chemical "room fresheners" and "deodorizers".
You probably never considered those plug-ins as toxins but they are and neither you or your dog need that stuff.
Outdoor pollutants are more than enough so why add them indoors too?
Instead, why not use pure, tested, quality oils for specific purposes.
The following video is time sensitive in regards to getting in on 5
essential oil training webinars for free.
These are through my favorite place, NSP or Nature's Sunshine Products. Most of their education is free for members only but you can catch them live from July 10 - 14, 2017 if you register as my guest. The recordings will be for members only.
Curious about membership? If you have purchased at least $40 of NSP products at the member price and signed up for free membership in the past 12 months, you are a member.
The kit by the way has 10 essential oils; some singles and some blends that are only obtainable through NSP. Here's the kit Sandra loves if you want to check it out.
You can see the explanation video and register as well for the free webinars. While these are geared toward you, remember that if you have a diffuser, they are also essential oils for dogs. (:
Just remember when signing up when it asks for your member number, type in GUEST
And if you become a member after the webinars take place you will have access to the replays. I'm sure they'll cover a lot of ground on the topic.
Because whether you use a product for yourself or your dog, quality an purity are important. NSP always goes above and beyond. Here's an example using Lavender Oil one of the most commonly used oil. By the way, it's calming effects are good for everyone in your house and everyone loves the smell of lavender - except me. Don't laugh. Lavender oil has many uses. From calming everyone to bug repellent, the stuff is awesome.
Below is an example of test results showing the amounts of several key constituents when NSP was compared to another popular brand. My scanner is on the fritz so I used my cell to take a picture of a page in my book.
If you're not a lavender lover here's a Bug Blaster recipe for you. For a Bug Blaster for your dog substitute the lotion with purified water. Just remember to shake before each use since oil and water don't stay mixed together.
• 4 drops PURITY essential oil
• 1 drop Lemongrass essential oil
• 3 drops Tea Tree essential oil
• 1 T Hand & Body Lotion
Apply to arms and legs to reduce the impact of bug nuisance.