Horse Scents eBook PDF now available

Horse Scents eBook is now available on my Etsy store as a digital download. Horse Scents – making sense with your horse using aromatherapy is now ready for digital download at http://www.catherinebird.com.au the Aromawearables store on Etsy. This book offers you simple ways to be able to use aromatherapy with your own horse. Aromatherapy can be used on simple physical problems once you have consulted your Veterinarian as well as helping you find a better way to relate to your horse. Reviews of 1999 edition: Reviews: Horse Scents, appropriately titled, is not just about aromatherapy – it is also about … Continue reading Horse Scents eBook PDF now available

Each horse needs a unique approach

How you approach the management of your horse’s health depends very much on individual filters. Every situation requires individual assessment. For example, I may get two requests for a supportive program for a horse with laminitis. Horse 1 is in extreme pain and under the care of veterinarian as well as a hoofcare specialist. The herbs I suggest to support the healing process need to complement and not be in opposition to the prescribed veterinary care. To philosophically insist that all veterinary prescriptions be ceased and the horse wholly rely on herbs and essential oils could challenge the owner’s mental … Continue reading Each horse needs a unique approach

Guest Blog at Confident Rider

Essential oils for horse and rider confidence Jade at Confident Rider asked me to reply to Melissa – You can read my response at Confident Rider blog   Melissa asks:   A girl at my agistment centre suggested I should use essential oils to help my horse and I keep calm. Do you know anything about them? What do I use and how much and most importantly, are they safe?       Continue reading Guest Blog at Confident Rider