Essential Secrets

We offer the purest essential oils available in the world.

100% pure therapeutic grade | Use for cats & people!

Cat Care with Oils

 

Three ways to use:

1. Aromatic (mood management, air purification, open airways)

2. Topical (Systemic, massage, immediate comfort, immune support)

3. Internal (Digestive support, mouth, throat)

Tips:

  • Cats are small and sensitive. Use less than a drop of oil at a time. Dilute with fractionated coconut oil.
  • Avoid getting oils in eyes; flush with milk if needed
  • Oils are not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any diseases or illness. Always seek a veterinarian’s care if needed

Frankincense

Helichrysum

Lavender

Lemongrass

About Essential Oils

  • An essential oil is a liquid that is generally distilled (most frequently by steam or water) from the leaves, stems, flowers, bark, roots, or other elements of a plant.
  • Essential oils have been used and documented throughout time, and were used by ancient Eygytians, Chinese, Romans and others. The shelf life of pure essential oils is a minimum of 2000 years as shown by the oils retrieved in King Tut’s Tomb.
  • Essential oils work at emotional and cognitive levels as well as at the physiologic level. Many pets have dramatic improvement in their response to stress and anxiety with the use of oils.

Nature’s Gift

The beauty of essential oils is plants change, and so every single distillation of essential oils is slightly different from its predecessor. This is a benefit we don’t receive from pharmaceutical drugs. Every batch of a medical drug must by law be identical to the batch that preceded it.

Plants, on the other hand, adapt and change with the tiniest variable in their environment, for example, a change in the water supply. So essential oils, created from ever-adapting plants, never reach a point where pathogens become resistant to them. They stay at least one step ahead – which makes them much smarter than anything we can create in a laboratory. ~Dr. Melissa Shelton

100% pure therapeutic grade oils are essential oils that are free from any synthetic chemical residues!

 

For cats, oils can:

  • help promote healthier skin and coats
  • dissuade fleas, ticks and other parasites
  • aid in digestion
  • 
aid in the elimination of hairballs
  • improve natural defenses against infection
  • 
aid in calming

 

Safe and effective oils for cats include:

  • Cedarwood
  • Frankincense
  • Lavender
  • Geranium
  • 
Helichrysum
  • 
Rosemary
  • Roman Chamomile
  • Clary Sage
  • Catnip
  • Cypress
  • Copaiba
  • 
Marjoram
  • Coconut

You must be very cautious when using essential oils with cats

 

*Only use 100% pure therapeutic grade oil; oil free from any synthetic chemical residues

Essential oils must always be used in very high dilutions (1 drop in 25 ml of carrier oil) Essential oils for cats should be highly diluted with a high grade pure carrier oil such as Fractionated Coconut Oil. Dilute essential oils for cats (and all other smaller animals) at least 50:1 (fifty drops of dilution oil to one drop of essential oil).

Never put essential oils on a cat’s body without diluting first

Do not close a cat in a room with essential oils diffusing

Do not use essential oil that contains phenol’s

Essential oils to avoid on Cats (topically and internally):

  • Basil
  • Citrus oils: Lemon, Wild Orange, Tangerine, Mandarin, Citrus bliss blend, Grapefruit, Lime, Bergamot
  • Cassia
  • Cinnamon
  • Clove
  • Fennel
  • Melaleuca
  • Oregano
  • Peppermint
  • Thyme
  • Wintergreen

The Healing Properties of Plants

 

Cats often ‘hang out’ near closed bottles of essential oil. Cats are energetically finely tuned and a collection of essential oils is giving off a powerful radiation to which they are naturally attracted, especially if they (or you) need some healing.

 

 

Is there an oil that will help with fleas?

You can try Cedarwood and Lemongrass diluted in a spray bottle. Spray them about twice a day

 

My cat is stressed. What oils do I use?

Mix 1 drop Lavender or Roman Chamomile essential oil with 10 drops carrier oil. Rub this mixture on your cat’s pads, ears or comb through their fur. Apply any time your cat is stressed.

 

By the way, the essential oils in this article are also good for easing your anxieties, too! Dilution is not required on humans. Just apply a drop or two on your wrists, shoulders or behind your ears.

Diffusing

When you diffuse essential oils you are diluting only a few drops into a larger amount of water and this is dispersed into a large room. Do not diffuse oil in a room where your cat is closed in and cannot leave. Larger, open areas are recommended.

Because of an animal’s heightened senses, they respond very well to essential oils. In the wild, animals eat specific plants to heal themselves. In captivity (our homes), the plant kingdom is not readily available.
 Essential oils can be used to support your animal with:

  • Fear of rain and thunderstorms
  • Separation anxiety
  • Hyperactivity
  • Trauma/abuse
  • 
Depression
  • Illness
  • Trips to the vet’s office
  • Grief/loss of another family pet
  • 
And any other situation that causes great stress for your animal, such as loud noises or rowdy children.

When you apply essential oils to animals, always remember less is more as animals are very sensitive to essential oils. Also, with animals, it’s best to dilute essential oils with a carrier oil such as organic olive oil or fractionated coconut oil. The dilution ratio for cats is 1 part essential oil to 50 parts carrier oil.

Please remember these oils are very potent, do NOT use anything but 100% therapeutic grade oils on your pet!

Oils have been used since the dawn of time and have proven to be effective in treating many ailments naturally and without drugs and harmful side effects. If your animal has a serious medical condition or if you are not sure about applying any essential oil to your animal please consult your vet. There are holistic vets who routinely use essential oils in their practice with great success!

Diffusing

 

When you diffuse essential oils you are diluting only a few drops into a larger amount of water and this is dispersed into a large room. Do not diffuse oil in a room where your cat is closed in and cannot leave. Larger, open areas are recommended.

 

Because of an animal’s heightened senses, they respond very well to essential oils. In the wild, animals eat specific plants to heal themselves. In captivity (our homes), the plant kingdom is not readily available.
 Essential oils can be used to support your animal with:

  • Fear of rain and thunderstorms
  • Separation anxiety
  • Hyperactivity
  • Trauma/abuse
  • 
Depression
  • Illness
  • Trips to the vet’s office
  • Grief/loss of another family pet
  • 
And any other situation that causes great stress for your animal, such as loud noises or rowdy children.
  • Fear of rain and thunderstorms
  • Separation anxiety
  • Hyperactivity
  • Trauma/abuse
  • Depression
  • Illness
  • Trips to the vet’s office
  • Grief/loss of another family pet
  • And any other situation that causes great stress for your animal, such as loud noises or rowdy children.

When you apply essential oils to animals, always remember less is more as animals are very sensitive to essential oils. Also, with animals, it’s best to dilute essential oils with a carrier oil such as organic olive oil or fractionated coconut oil. The dilution ratio for cats is 1 part essential oil to 50 parts carrier oil.

Please remember these oils are very potent, do NOT use anything but 100% therapeutic grade oils on your pet!

Oils have been used since the dawn of time and have proven to be effective in treating many ailments naturally and without drugs and harmful side effects. If your animal has a serious medical condition or if you are not sure about applying any essential oil to your animal please consult your vet. There are holistic vets who routinely use essential oils in their practice with great success!

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* Disclaimer
The information provided here is for educational purposes only and is not intended as diagnosis, treatment, or prescription for any disease. The decision to use, or not to use, any of this information is the sole responsibility of the reader.

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