Pet Tek Healing Massage Oil for Dogs
Healing Massage Therapy Essential oil for Pets.
A wonderful bonding, healing experience for your dog and you using this essential oil blend. Also perfect to use for DYI flea, tick, heartworm protection.
Organic Cedarwood Essential Oil (Cedrus atlantica)
- Calming, Anxiety, Stress, Fear, Nervousness, Tension
- Antiseptic properties, can prevent septic conditions
- Reduce nausea, fatigue and congestion
- Soothing effect on sore muscles and joints
- Detoxifying, helps remove toxins from the blood
Organic Roman Chamomile Essential Oil (Chamaemelum nobile)
- Nerve calming, Anxiety, Depression
- Soothes central nervous system
- Muscle Pain and Cramps
- Antispasmodic, Analgesic, Antimicrobial, Antioxidant, Anti-inflammatory
- Relief of seasonal allergy symptoms
- Can help with eczema, wounds, ulcers, gout, skin irritations, bruises, burns, cracked skin, rash
Organic Helichrysum Essential Oil (Helichrysum Italicum)
- Wound healing, sunburn relief, UV blocker, Inflammation, Allergies
- Pain reliever, supports healing of nerves, joints, muscles
- Candida, antifungal properties
- Improves condition of blood vessels, detoxifies blood
- Digestion, Stimulates secretion of gastric juices
- Immunity, antiviral properties
Organic Lavender Bulgaria Essential Oil (Lavandula angustifolia)
- Anxiety, stress, depression
- Antiseptic, wound healing, sunburn relief, bruise healing, headaches
- Decongestant, respiratory aid, throat infections, flu, cold, asthma, bronchitis, cough
- Circulation, immune system, antiviral, antibacterial
- Pain relief, tense muscles, muscular aches, rheumatism, sprains, backache
- Bug Repellent
Fractionated Coconut Oil
- Medium Chain Fatty Acid (MCFA)
- Source of energy, improves brain function
- Moisturizes without clogging pores, softens and hydrates skin, conditions hair
Place 5 drops in the palm of your hand, rub your hands gently together and then separate your hands and hold them palm up in front of your pet. If your pet approaches or attempts to rub up against your hands you are welcome to begin massaging the oil onto your pet. (if they avoid or leave the room they are not receptive, wait and try at a later time.)
Gently stroke your pet from just below the shoulders to their hind end, then move back up to their neck and using circular motions apply gentle pressure as you massage their neck, shoulders, chest, back, hips and tail. You can also gently massage their legs and paws if they are open to you touching them.
End with gentle strokes on their head, move from their forehead towards the base of their skull behind their ears, if they are receptive you can stroke their ears, begin at the base, hold the ear between your thumb and forefinger and gently move outwards to the tip.
Be careful not to stroke the same area for too long as it can become sensitive. If your pet flinches from your touch on a specific body part avoid that area and continue to massage other areas.