Seaweed Extract (Fucus vesiculosus)
Offer by hand for self-selection. Watch this Video on how to offer essential oils to a horse for Self-Selection:
You can also use water buckets.
- Make sure your horse has one bucket/water feeder with no essential oils in, just pure water.
- Use one bucket per oil, write on the bucket which oil is in the bucket.
- Add 5 – 10 drops of essential oil per bucket.
Watch the Video with dog “Helium” on how to offer essential oils (& Floral Waters) to a dog for Self-Selection:
Self-Selection should ideally be done every day to see lasting results. For detailed information on self-selection courses and consults see www.catherineedwardsacademy.com
Or our YouTube Channel
If your animal wants to ingest the oil, you can put some oil on your hand and let your animal lick it. They will know how much they need. Never add essential oils to feed.
This Seaweed Absolute is of a superior quality, and is a natural extract obtained exclusively from the Fucus vesiculosus type of seaweed, also known as Bladderwrack.
Seaweed provides excellent support for a healthy thyroid gland and nutritionally supports a healthy structural system and joints. Seaweed is also often selected for animals needing nutritional support for:
- Healthy lymphatic system
- Healthy hormonal and reproductive system
- Healthy urinary system
- Healthy glandular system
- Healthy liver and detox
- Healthy pancreas
- Poor nutrition
- Healthy skin and coat
- A must for any natural first aid kit.
Slightly diluted in Sweet Almond Oil to allow for easier administration
Please note it is normal for some oils to be solid at room temperature. Warm the oil in your pocket to liquify, you will need to remove the stopper to get the oil out if your animal wishes to ingest.
Our products make no medicinal claims, they’re intended to support the body towards natural health.
Never apply Essential Oils topically to a cat.
Never lock an animal in a room with an essential oil diffuser, they must be able to get away from essential oils when they decide that they’ve had enough.
Some essential oils are not suitable to use when you or your animal are pregnant.