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Got Drama? Had Trauma? Then this is for you.
Help relax and settle the animal while they focus on the task-at-hand rather than reacting instantly with flight, fight, or freeze. Create composure and impulse control whether trailering a 1,400 pound horse for the first time or taking a 14 pound cat to the groomers. Don't laugh - I'm serious! My big Cat, Sebastian proved how truely exceptional this formula is for overcoming panic.
25 years ago, I fashioned this Remedy after Dr. Bach’s Rescue Remedy that I had been using for 18 years on people. Now, I needed to have a Remedy that would work for me and the animals 100% of the time as my job, at the time, was working with very (VERY) difficult horses.
First, I doubled the Star of Bethlehem Essence for emotional shock and then added Star Tulip Essence for grounding. Plus I added Arnica and Impatiens for restlessness, Rock Rose for bravery, Clematis for positive focus, Cherry Plum for self-control, and homeopathic Arnica Montana 30x to dissolve residual negative memories.
Hurricane Katrina volunteer Deb Rykoff, DVM told me: “We not only used your sprays in the field rescuing animals, we used them in the truck transporting, and at staff meetings at the end of a long day.”
Then she had a revelation in the aftermath of a horrible horseback riding accident when the horse's owner used flower essences on Meg and her horse to great effect...
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