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Aroma-medics is the therapeutic application of  Essential Oils. Essential oils are subtle, aromatic and volatile liquids extracted from the flowers, seeds, leaves, stems, bark and roots of herbs, bushes, shrubs, and tress, through distillation. According to ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and Chinese manuscripts, priests and physicians were using essential oils to heal the sick. They are the oldest form of remedies  known to man and were considered more valuable than gold. Today  essential oils are a safe and effective solution for many common health and behaviour problems in domestic and captive animals.
HELEN ANDERSON Promoting Health, Wellness & Performance with  Natural Therapies
Ways to use Essential Oils  with animals : Diffusion  Nightly diffusion with air or water with one or more oils.   Rotational Diffusion  Where the choice of oil to be diffused is changed every few hours. As a spray or spritzer  Where drops of essential oil are added to spring water to great a  water mist over the animal. This is particularly useful with birds. Petting Application Can be performed at any frequency. Several drops of an essential oil blend are placed into your hand (diluted or neat) prior to petting our animal. Common locations are over the heart area, over the shoulder area and over the brain stem area. Use of oils as part of Bowen and other bodywork Essential oils can be placed on acupuncture points, lymphatic, neurovascular and spinal reflex points as part of Bowen, Kinesiology and photonic/red light therapy treatments. Oils can also be combined with crystals for meridian  massage  and with terminator crystals if wanting an even more powerful effect. Raindrop Technique  This technique was adapted for use with animals by Dr Melissa Shelton (DVM) and  involves the topical application of the following oils  either neat, or in dilution over the animals spine at each  chakra area  combined with  specialised strokes and reflexology techniques (known as vitaflex): Oregano, Thyme, Basil, Cypress, Wintergreen, Marjoram, Peppermint. This technique is an “all round” health and wellness regime that can be done with all animals. It is highly beneficial in many areas, due to the high number and variety of oils being applied.  These oils were specifically selected due to their anti-viral; anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory benefits. The raindrop technique can be incorporated into treatments and owners can be shown how to use this technique as part of a wellness program with their own animals.   Ingestion This can be done by adding to food, or via capsule. Not all oils are suitable for ingestion and professional guidance and only good therapeutic essential oils should be used.   Oils are selected based on matching the therapeutic properties of the oil with the presenting problems of the animals. For example to help with calming stressed animals, lavender can be highly beneficial. To reduce inflammation, cobaiba or clove can assist. To aid with muscular/skeletal problems, marjoram, lemongrass and Idaho balsam fir. Some oils are more suited for diffusing and/or topical application and this is considered in all situations where oils are used as part of therapy sessions or home support/wellness programs.  
Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils can assist in the folllowing conditions  - Inflammation & Infection Muscular-skeletal pain eg: arthritis, cruciate injuries etc. Stress and anxiety Digestive and breathing problems Glandular and endocrine problems Phobias and fears Allergies and skin problems
Young Living Oils - The quality of oils used on or with animals is very important.  Use only pure unadulterated "Genuine & Authentic" or "Grade A" oils. Most people think the words PURE or 100% PURE on the label of an essential oil mean it's a good oil. That is far from true.   Helen works only with Young Living Essential Oils for this reason. Helen studied with Dr Melissa Shelton (DVM) one of the world’s leading veterinary authorities on essential oils for animal health and wellbeing.
Helen is an independent distributor of Young Living Oils
© Copyright 2015    Website created and maintained by Ridge Graphics                                         Made with Xara             
Aroma-medics is the therapeutic application of  Essential Oils. Essential oils are subtle, aromatic and volatile liquids extracted from the flowers, seeds, leaves, stems, bark and roots of herbs, bushes, shrubs, and tress, through distillation. According to ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and Chinese manuscripts, priests and physicians were using essential oils to heal the sick. They are the oldest form of remedies  known to man and were considered more valuable than gold. Today  essential oils are a safe and effective solution for many common health and behaviour problems in domestic and captive animals.
HELEN ANDERSON Promoting Health, Wellness & Performance with  Natural Therapies
Ways to use Essential Oils  with animals : Diffusion  Nightly diffusion with air or water with one or more oils.   Rotational Diffusion  Where the choice of oil to be diffused is changed every few hours. As a spray or spritzer  Where drops of essential oil are added to spring water to great a  water mist over the animal. This is particularly useful with birds. Petting Application Can be performed at any frequency. Several drops of an essential oil blend are placed into your hand (diluted or neat) prior to petting our animal. Common locations are over the heart area, over the shoulder area and over the brain stem area. Use of oils as part of Bowen and other bodywork Essential oils can be placed on acupuncture points, lymphatic, neurovascular and spinal reflex points as part of Bowen, Kinesiology and photonic/red light therapy treatments. Oils can also be combined with crystals for meridian  massage  and with terminator crystals if wanting an even more powerful effect. Raindrop Technique  This technique was adapted for use with animals by Dr Melissa Shelton (DVM) and  involves the topical application of the following oils  either neat, or in dilution over the animals spine at each  chakra area  combined with  specialised strokes and reflexology techniques (known as vitaflex): Oregano, Thyme, Basil, Cypress, Wintergreen, Marjoram, Peppermint. This technique is an “all round” health and wellness regime that can be done with all animals. It is highly beneficial in many areas, due to the high number and variety of oils being applied.  These oils were specifically selected due to their anti-viral; anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti- inflammatory benefits. The raindrop technique can be incorporated into treatments and owners can be shown how to use this technique as part of a wellness program with their own animals.   Ingestion This can be done by adding to food, or via capsule. Not all oils are suitable for ingestion and professional guidance and only good therapeutic essential oils should be used.   Oils are selected based on matching the therapeutic properties of the oil with the presenting problems of the animals. For example to help with calming stressed animals, lavender can be highly beneficial. To reduce inflammation, cobaiba or clove can assist. To aid with muscular/skeletal problems, marjoram, lemongrass and Idaho balsam fir. Some oils are more suited for diffusing and/or topical application and this is considered in all situations where oils are used as part of therapy sessions or home support/wellness programs.  
Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils can assist in the folllowing conditions  - Inflammation & Infection Muscular-skeletal pain eg: arthritis, cruciate injuries etc. Stress and anxiety Digestive and breathing problems Glandular and endocrine problems Phobias and fears Allergies and skin problems
Young Living Oils - The quality of oils used on or with animals is very important.  Use only pure unadulterated "Genuine & Authentic" or "Grade A" oils. Most people think the words PURE or 100% PURE on the label of an essential oil mean it's a good oil. That is far from true.   Helen works only with Young Living Essential Oils for this reason. Helen studied with Dr Melissa Shelton (DVM) one of the world’s leading veterinary authorities on essential oils for animal health and wellbeing.
Helen is an independent distributor of Young Living Oils
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(02) 4774 8023  0421 474 582
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