Grapefruit Essential Oil This light, refreshing scent is one of my favourites. The first part of this particular was published in Holistic Horse Magazine in their regular Essential Oil Blurb (April/May 2018 edition) and the second part of the article is an exert from Horse Scents. Common Name: Grapefruit Latin Name: Citrus paradisi Common Uses: UK aromatherapist Lyn Palmer once described grapefruit as “brain sunshine” and this my favorite way to describe one of the most uplifting essential oils. The scent is especially good for lifting the mood of confined horses, or during winter … Continue reading Grapefruit – ‘Brain Sunshine’ Essential Oil
Aromatherapy can provide some relief with the respiratory complaint heaves. It will not cure your horse of this disease, however it will provide a tool that improves the quality of his life. Heaves, referred to as broken wind, is a chronic emphysema of the horse that causes difficult expiration and heaving of the flanks. Heaves, also known as equine chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), is a chronic airway disease that is the result of repeated bouts of airway inflammation that occur in response to antigens and dusts commonly found in stables, especially those in poorly-cured hay. Heaves can be confused … Continue reading Aromatherapy and Heaves
To celebrate 21 years, the Equine Aromatherapy Course has a new logo with refreshed course notes. To celebrate the longevity of the course, until 31 December 2020, course fees have been discounted. Email Catherine and an PayPal transaction can be organised. Aromatherapy is a very personal experience for both the horse and practitioner/owner and as each participant builds their foundation during the course, they are encouraged to develop their own creative expression of how they will grow with the knowledge shared in this course. The participant can expect to competently use aromatherapy with horses in a professional manner and achieve … Continue reading Equine Aromatherapy Course – 21st Birthday
Aromatherapy is a valuable tool to add to the equine body worker’s range of skills.
Essential oils work two ways with your horse. He may have a physical problem that needs to be addressed or an emotional issue. For a physical problem, you can apply the essential oils, diluted in carrier oil or cream, onto the area so some of the molecules of the essential oil can find their way via the hair follicles into the bloodstream. For an emotional problem, your horse can inhale the molecules of a scent and have it trigger the release of neuro-chemicals in every body cell to help relax or relieve fears. Continue reading Aromatherapy for Equine Body Workers
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
Throughout history essential oils have been documented during times of disease and plagues as having reducing the effects of viruses and in some cases credited with protecting people from pathogens. Continue reading Essential oils for the barn environment