Essential Oils First Aid Kit for Animals
- Animal Scents Ointment to seal and disinfect open wounds.
- Exodus II for infection, inflammation; to promote tissue regeneration.
- Helichrysum as a topical anesthetic.
- Idaho Tansy is one of the most versatile oils for animals. It is purifying, cleansing, tissue-regenerating, anti-inflammatory, and anesthetic, and is used for bruised bones, cuts, wounds, and colic. It repels flies.
- Laurel for bruising and soreness.
- Lavender for tissue regeneration, desensitizing wound.
- Melrose for disinfecting and cleaning wounds.
- Mountain savory for reducing inflammation.
- Myrrh for infection, inflammation; to promote tissue regeneration.
- Ortho Ease to dilute essential oils and act as a pain-reliever and anti-inflammatory.
- PanAway: If the pain originates from a broken bone rather than an open wound, use PanAway to kill pain in points where there is no open, raw tissue. NOTE: Do not apply PanAway to open wounds because it will sting and traumatize the animal. Instead use helichrysum and balsam fir to reduce bleeding and pain.
- Purification is more effective than using iodine or hydrogen peroxide for washing and cleansing wounds. It repels ticks and mites.
- Roman chamomile for tissue regeneration, desensitizing wounds.
- Thieves for inflammation, infection and bacteria; for proudflesh (where new tissue continues to rebuild itself causing excessive granulation).
- Valerian can be used internally and externally for controlling pain.
- Vetiver can be used internally and externally for controlling pain.