Natural help for emotional imbalances such as FEAR, ANXIETY, INSECURITY, OVER-SENSITIVITY and other STRESSFUL EMOTIONS is found in natural, gentle and safe Bach Flower essences. The essences are tasteless, water-based, nontoxic and all natural. They ease the influence of negative emotions on your pet and help your dog, cat or rabbit to calm down during thunder, travelling, at the groomers, in stressful clinic visits and during boarding. At Asia Paws we have had remarkable success using these effective, safe and time-proven Bach Flower Remedies on pets with severe emotional trauma.
An individual blend of up to 6 Bach Flower essences helps your pet work through Fear, Terror (after abuse), Anxiety (after having been lost), Worry (after changes in the family), Mourning (the loss of a beloved human or pet companion), Insecurity (with other pets or humans), Impatience or Aloofness (emotional disconnect). A 30 ml treatment solution contains up to six Bach Flower essences of your choice.
How do to choose the “right” Bach flowers for your pet? For Asia Paws patients, we help our clients to choose and recommend specific essences. But, ultimately, the person who knows your pet’s emotional issues best is you and therefore you will make the final decision on remedies.
How to use Bach Flower essences and how is the dosage? Liberally sprinkle several drops or a dropper full of your pet’s customized Bach flower treatment solution on your pet’s bed or cage, into its drinking water / on treats / on food (the solution is tasteless), directly on your pet’s fur (the water based solution won’t stain and doesn’t smell), on your pet’s toys to see those negative emotions ease up and your pet mellow down.
Depending on your pet’s condition and how long and intensely emotional issues have been persisting, this gentle, natural and non-invasive treatment may take from a month to several weeks to take effect. Bach Flower essences are non-toxic, non-allergenic and don’t change your pet’s personality. They are simply removing any disharmony between soul and mind, “so that the body is once more perfect in all its parts” – according to Dr. Edward Bach (1886 - 1936, United Kingdom)