Is your dog acting out of character, or does your cat seem unhappy? Do you feel like you have to walk your dog on a leash because he’s lunging at every passerby? Perhaps he’s just not acting himself, and you’re wondering why your normally sweet kitty has suddenly turned into something out of a horror movie. Chances are, it’s nothing more than an animal in need of some natural remedies to rebalance its energetic essence.
The use of natural healing remedies such as gem and crystal essences has been proven effective over the years, in many different circumstances and with numerous types of individuals. People have used gem and crystal essences to treat everything from depression to cancer, but did you know that these same remedies can also help treat your pets? It’s true!
What are Gem & Crystal Essences?
Gem & Crystal Essences are liquid, organic remedies used to support animals emotionally and energetically. The natural crystals are infused in organic grape alcohol or apple cider vinegar as a preservative. Flower essences are plant-based remedies that can be given to animals. These may be diluted with water or diluted in milk, honey, or another food your pet enjoys. They may also be put into their water bowl. Flower essence blends for animals contain combinations of flower essences that work synergistically together to bring about change for the animal. Different combinations are made depending on the individual animal’s needs.
How Do They Help Animals?
Animals can benefit from flower essences, just as humans do. Flower essences are a type of vibrational remedy that is based on the idea that flowers reflect various aspects of human personality. By applying flower essences to an animal’s skin, you’re essentially applying vibrational remedies to them in order to help them heal emotionally. The premise behind using flower essence blends on animals is that some flowers are known for their healing properties which have been used in traditional medicine for centuries. For example, the petal from the chamomile plant has been used in Ayurvedic medicine as a sleep aid, anti-inflammatory agent, and digestive aid. When applied topically or ingested by an animal, it can help with pain relief or stress management.
Benefits of Gems & Essences for Animals
Gems & essences are beneficial for animals in a number of ways. They can help with emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual healing. Flower essences for animals can be used to help an animal heal from illness or injury. These essences are created with the intention of restoring balance to the animal’s body, mind, and soul by treating the whole being rather than just the symptoms of their condition. Flower essence blends for plants for animals can also be used to reduce stress in animals (especially during vet visits) before they undergo anesthesia or surgery. The flower essences work on all levels of an animal’s being; including its physicality, emotions, mental capacity, and spiritual connection to source energy.
With other essences, such as gems, animals can have a more specific focus with regard to their needs. Crystals and gemstones with properties such as calming or balancing are ideal to use on animals who tend to be restless or uncomfortable. While even pets that appear content may benefit from these specific stones’ energies because it will encourage them to feel content in general. Crystals have many applications for animals because they allow you to achieve balance on all levels through your love and care, which shows them how much you value them. For example, wearing gem essences for animals like rose quartz earrings or placing them in your home will generate loving energy that spreads throughout every member of your household. Not only can they help mend emotional trauma in your animal companion but physical wounds too.
In conclusion, essences are an amazing way to help our animal friends heal. The process is safe, gentle, natural, and often the only thing that can help a struggling animal. Flower essences can be used in conjunction with herbs, homeopathic remedies, and other therapies to address the whole being. They can also be used on their own as a first-line treatment for animals in need of healing.
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