- Naturally calms nervous animals that are often on edge or have high anxiety levels.
- Flower essence blend provides support for animals who are quick to lose control or overly sensitive to external stimuli.
- Helpful addition prior to competition, thunderstorms or firework displays.
- The liquid formula makes this natural flower essence simple and easy to use on a variety of animals.
- Pairs well with Clear Thinking, Ego Builder, Independence and/or Panic Attack.
Keep away from children. To prevent breaking and ingestion of glass, do not administer flower essence by inserting glass pipette directly into mouth. If using a plastic pipette, do not keep the plastic in bottle, as it may alter the flower essences and cause them to be less effective. Wash pipette after direct contact with mouth to prevent contamination. Keep away from open flames.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE/APPLICATIONS
As the flower essences are in a liquid form, they can be used in a variety of ways to best suit your animal. Use as part of your animal’s daily regimen to optimize effectiveness. Adding more drops than recommended will not increase effect or hasten results.
For short term situations where the negative behavior is displayed, use one hour prior to event. If used for training, incorporate into your animal’s daily care regimen, preferably one hour before training session.
Oral: For the most effective and immediate results, placing the recommended number of drops into animal’s mouth using pipette provided or a plastic pipette is best. Wash pipette thoroughly after use before returning it to the bottle.
Spray: For feral or hard to approach animals, utilizing a spray is helpful. Add 3-4 drops to 8oz. distilled, purified or spring water in a spray bottle. Spray directly into air in the direction of your animal’s mouth, nose and ears as well as their paws, hooves, or feet.
Water: The easiest way to incorporate them into your life is to add the flower essences directly to your animal’s water bowl or bucket. Change water daily for best results and replenish the flower essences with each water change.
Food: Apply recommended number of drops to your pet’s favorite hard treat. Using hard dog biscuits, carrots or apples is best as these will not absorb the flower essences quickly and affect efficacy. This method is not recommended as the essences may be absorbed by the food and not be as effective as placing the drops directly into the mouth or water.
Note: The rhythmic use of the flower essences improves their efficacy. The effects are improved by using them on a more frequent and consistent basis, not by increasing the dosage at one time.
Keep container tightly sealed. Keep out of direct sunlight. To prolong life of product, keep in refrigerator after opening.
Shake well before using. The best way to shake the flower essences is to use succession. To use this method, vigorously tap the bottom of the bottle on the palm of your hand as this activates the flower essences inside.
A short loading dose is recommended when beginning to use the flower essences. Simply use the recommended dosage two to three times daily for the first three days. Once the desired balance has been reached, use recommended dosage one to two times daily as part of your animal’s daily regimen to optimize efficacy.
Birds: 1-2 drops rubbed onto their beak
Cats & Small Animals (0-20 lbs): 4-8 drops per use
Dogs & Medium Animals (20-60 lbs): 6-10 drops per use
Dogs & Large Animals (60-250 lbs): 8-14 drops per use
Horses & Other Large Animals: 1/4 to 1/2 pipette per use
Small Water Bowls for Pets: 4-6 drops
Water Buckets (~ 5 gallon): 10-15 drops
Water Troughs: 2-3 pipettes
A proprietary blend of infusions of Populus tremula, Matricaria chamomila, Prunus cerasifera, Impatiens gladulifera, Mimulus guttatus, and Trifolium pratense flower essences, distilled water and distilled vinegar.
Not so mellow
Posted by Unknown on Jun 14th 2017
I tried this on my 40lb pit bull/lab mix, and she didn't chill at all. I've experimented with the dosage, and have not had expected results.
Goes a long way in helping
Posted by Nancy M on Mar 17th 2016
My new dog is a bit nervous when there are guests around. This helps her quite a bit. The only problem is remembering to try to give it to her before people come over.