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In a full assessment Caroline will give you a full picture of what your animal needs for physical, mental and emotional health, and send you the essential oils he/she needs. Within 72 hours of receipt of the assessment form and payment, she will send you by post:


Essential oils your animal needs in the correct dilution


Comprehensive instructions on how to use the essential oils with your animal

A full report of Caroline's findings in the kinesiology test



Following information developed by Nayana Morag founder and my teacher of APA.


What is APA


APA is a natural health system founded on the use of essential oils for animals, it works on the psyche of the animal to reduce stress and increase health using aromatic extracts, behavioural management, natural nutrition and owner education. This holistic approach to animal wellness fosters an internal and external environment that leads to balanced health. APA teaches animal guardians how to use essential oils safely for horses, dogs & cats and better understand and provide the natural needs of all our essential animals .


Essential oils for animals


In the wild, animals pick and choose the healing plants they need to help them stay in optimal health (known scientifically as zoopharmacognosy); when working with essential oils we use this instinct and allow the animal to choose what they need, just as they would in the wild. The simple act of returning some autonomy of care to the animal is the first step in the healing process. It is mind-blowing to watch an animal direct its own healing by responding to the oils instinctively, choosing whether to take them orally, topically or as an inhalant. This method is safe and effective, and also greatly strengthens the bond of trust between animal and guardian.


What are Essential OIls?


Essential oils are potent extracts of aromatic plants. Almost every plant contains some essential oil in either the flowers, roots, leaves, or bark; the fragrance of a rose or a cypress tree, is essential oil being released into the air. In the plant essential oils have various functions depending on the plant, e.g: to act as hormones, to attract insects for pollination, to repel insects or competing plants, or to protect from bacterial invasion.


How Essential Oils Work


Essential oils are highly volatile, releasing their fragrance in an explosion as soon as they are exposed to air. Because they are made up of very small molecules, they pass easily from the olfactory system, through the mucous membranes and into the brain and blood, affecting the nervous system. Essential oils have a physiological and psychological affect.


To book a Consultation with Caroline please go to our webstore Your vet always remains responsible for the health and welfare of your animal.

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