• Essential Oil Recipes for Horses

  • Essential Oil Recipes for Horses

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    Maybe you have heard about Essential Oils and wondered what all the fuss was about; or maybe you have started to use them in your home already; but whatever the reason you decided to attend, I am glad you are here. BE BLESSED as you learn more about ESSENTIAL OILS. This class has been created...
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    When it comes to horses, there is a TON of information out there. Different herbs to try, supplements they should be on, essential oils to try, natural products that don’t work (and some that do.) It’s really hard to make sense of it all without spending a ton of money figuring out what works and...
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    When introducing Oils to your horse, start by letting them smell it! • SELF SELECTION: allow your horse to choose which oil they like. • Horses are naturally receptive to Essential Oils as herbivores • Introduce the oil initially with the cap on or off – horses will often smell the oil with one...
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    Here are some additional safety tips for horses: •  Only use CPTG Oils •  Know your horse’s health status and the medications and supplements they are currently taking •  Do NOT use oils on or near eyes, ears, nose, or genitals of your horse •  Use Caution with topical application of “hot” oils...
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    Question: What are oils to deter flies and mosquitoes from my horses? From Dr. Janet Roark, the EO Vet: After dozens of failed attempts at an effective Essential Oil Fly Spray that works against the flies here in Texas (where even commercial fly sprays don’t work worth a darn), I am happy to...
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    Question: What can I do to help horse itchiness? From Dr. Janet Roark, the EO Vet: ITCH RELIEF OINTMENT • 20 drops Lavender Essential Oil • 10 drops Peppermint Essential Oil • 10 drops Melaleuca Essential Oil • 10 drops Roman Chamomile Essential Oil • 10 drops Frankincense Essential Oil • 5...
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    Question: What can I use to help my horses coat, mane, and tail? From Dr. Janet Roark, the EO Vet: SLEEK AND SHINE SPRAY • 20 drops Lavender Essential Oil • 10 drops Rosemary Essential Oil • 5 drops Melaleuca Essential Oil • 5 drops Cedarwood Essential Oil • 4 oz. Carrier oil Mix all...
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    Question: My horse needs help in loosening tight muscles, what oils can I use? From Dr. Janet Roark, the EO Vet: TIGHT MUSCLE RELIEF SPRAY • 30 drops Marjoram Essential Oil • 10 drops Cypress Essential Oil • 10 drops Siberian Fir Essential Oil • 4 oz. Carrier Oil Mix all ingredients...
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    Question: What oils can I use to support my horse’s joints? From Dr. Janet Roark, the EO Vet: JOINT SUPPORT SPRAY • 20 drops Cypress Essential Oil • 10 drops Wintergreen Essential Oil • 10 drops Frankincense Essential Oil • 10 drops Peppermint Essential Oil • 5 drops Marjoram Essential Oil •...
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    Question: How can I help with tendon issues for my horse? From Dr. Janet Roark, the EO Vet: TENDON/LIGAMENT RELIEF SPRAY • 10 drops Cypress Essential Oil • 10 drops Siberian Fir Essential Oil • 20 drops Frankincense Essential Oil • 10 drops Lemongrass Essential Oil • 8 oz. Carrier Oil Mix...
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    Question: Do you have a gel recipe for sore muscles instead of a spray? From Dr. Janet Roark, the EO Vet: SOOTHING GEL LINIMENT • 200 mL Aloe Vera Gel • 20 mL Comfrey infused oil • 10 drops Ginger Essential Oil • 10 drops Marjoram Essential Oil • 10 drops Lemongrass Essential Oil • 10 drops...
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    Question: What oils can I use for hoof bruising and soreness? From Dr. Janet Roark, the EO Vet: SORE HOOF SALVE • 20 drops Lemongrass Essential Oil • 10 drops Frankincense Essential Oil • 10 drops Thyme Essential Oil • 20 drops Copaiba Essential Oil • 4 oz. Coconut Oil Mix all ingredients...
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    Question: What can I use for an all-natural hoof pack? From Dr. Janet Roark, the EO Vet: DIY DRAWING CLAY FOR HOOVES • 20 drops Oregano Essential Oil • 20 drops Melaleuca Essential Oil • 5 drops Thyme Essential Oil • Optional: 5 drops Arborvitae Essential Oil • 200 grams Bentonite Clay • 50...
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    Question: Do you have a recipe for promoting healthy hoofs? From Dr. Janet Roark, the EO Vet: HORSE HOOF CONDITIONER • 20 drops Melaleuca Essential Oil • 10 drops Rosemary Essential Oil • 20 drops Lavender Essential Oil • 8 oz Coconut Oil • 10 drops Vitamin E oil Mix all ingredients...
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    Question: Do you have a natural recipe to help with electrolytes? From Dr. Janet Roark, the EO Vet: DIY ELECTROLYTE SUPPORT • 2 c. Salt (Kosher, table salt, etc.) • 1 1/2 c. Epsom Salt (100% Magnesium sulfate) • 10 drops Lemon Essential Oil* • 10 drops Peppermint Essential Oil* * Only use...
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    Question: What can I do for my horse to maintain a healthy metabolism? From Dr. Janet Roark, the EO Vet: ALL-NATURAL METABOLIC MANAGEMENT • 20 drops Clary Sage Essential Oil • 10 drops Cedarwood Essential Oil • 10 drops Frankincense Essential Oil • 5 drops Rosemary Essential Oil • 5 drops...
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    Question: My horse needs hormonal help, what do you recommend? From Dr. Janet Roark, the EO Vet: HAPPY HORMONE HORSE SPRAY • 20 drops Clary Sage Essential Oil • 20 drops Lavender Essential Oil • 10 drops Geranium Essential Oil • 10 drops Ylang Ylang Essential Oil Mix all ingredients...
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    Question: My horse needs a boost of energy sometimes, what oils do you recommend? From Dr. Janet Roark, the EO Vet: HORSE ENERGY ENHANCER • 20 drops Peppermint Essential Oil • 10 drops Rosemary Essential Oil • 4 oz. Carrier Oil Mix all ingredients together in a 4 oz. spray bottle. ...
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    Question: Is there a way to use oils to help cool down my horse after a good workout? From Dr. Janet Roark, the EO Vet: COOL DOWN SPRAY •16 oz. Witch Hazel •20 drops Peppermint Essential Oil Mix in a 16 oz. spray bottle. Shake before use. TIP: For an extra boost and to help the coat, you...
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    Question: For anxious horses, what should I do prior to a stressful event? From Dr. Janet Roark, the EO Vet: EVENT CALMING SPRAY  • 10 drops Lavender Essential Oil • 10 drops Restful Blend • 10 drops Grounding Blend Mix in a 4 oz. spray bottle, topped with water or a carrier oil. Shake...
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