Simply click on each product on the product page and you will find a description of the product, price, and our proprietary list of ingredients! Each of our blends are species-specific and diluted with coconut oil and aloe (depending on the blend), or Vitamin E, to make sure that the formula is safe and effective for your pet. Remember, our products are formulated by a holistic veterinarian that understands Aromatherapy, animal physiology and species-appropriate application. Instead of buying 6-8 ($400+) bottles of
We are so excited you've found a place where you will find relief for your pet with the power of 100% therapeutic oil blends. Our formulas are created by Holistic Veterinarians that understand Aromatherapy, animal physiology, and species-appropriate application. (On the home page, please select whether you have a Canine, Feline, or Equine pet) Endless MT. Oil Blends are safe, effective, free of harsh chemicals, and will offer “side benefits” vs the “side effects” of prescription medications…some of which may work for
Essential Oils: A Brief History Officials in the industry suggest that the ancient Egyptians were the first to use essential oils. They may have developed distillation techniques and pioneered the discovery of medical and other uses of essential oils, as well as herbs. At that same time, the Indians and Chinese were also developing the use of plants/herbs in healing. Knowledge of oils was passed on to the Greeks, and its believed that, perhaps, the famous doctor, Hippocrates, pioneered holistic therapies. The
Vitaflex points are critical when applying Essential oils to humans AND PETS. So we always recommend you apply our blends to these areas.
Acral Lick Granuloma: A Dermatology Nightmare--but EO's come to the rescue on this one!!! T. J. Dunn, Jr., DVM says:, "Everyone who has had a dog with a lick granuloma will tell the same story. The skin lesion started as a tiny sore spot on the skin and the dog kept licking at it. Applying medications didn't seem to help much and the darn thing kept spreading outward while thickening. It often would be wet and oozing from the dog licking