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WHITETHORN EQUINE HEALTH
This wonderful picture of Cosmos was sent to us from Sinead - a participant on the Canine Level 1 online wksp. Cosmos's digestive system was struggling to maintain health shown by mucus and blood in his stools. Sinead had wormed Cosmos and taken him to the vet for treatment but the symptoms continued and deteriorated further. The Spirulina sample sent out in the Canine Workshop Workpack was demolished by Cosmos and after self-selecting Spirulina for a week his stools were healthy and lacked any mucus or blood. Another lucky dog whose guardian trusted his ability to self-select! You can see Cosmos's other pack members all below awaiting their turn at the 'Spirulina Bar'!
After the success of our Live online Equine Level 2 workshops we are excited to announce dates for our Equine and Canine Level 1 online workshops. Both Level 1's will be three days over 2 weekends. This is a new format to allow for participants to practice and avail of support in between the weekends to give them the best possible start on the 'offering' and 'selecting' process. Both workshops are interactive with participants receiving a Work Pack which
We are delighted to announce that we have successfully sourced from the continent a lovely rich Organic Co2 Rosehip extract (Rosa canina). This type of distillation process ensures absolutely no solvent residue and the product (human grade) contains a broad level of constituents which includes high levels of Linoleic acid (essential fatty acid belonging to the omega-3 fatty acids group) which has been proven to inhibit the synthesis of prostaglandin resulting in reduced inflammation. Older animals that have joint issues or are arthritic and younger growing animals select Rosehip Co2. If you feel your animal may benefit from Rosehip Co2, click here to purchase at our online shop. There are various
Carly was absolutely delighted to be invited by Lisa Tully, Animal intuitive and communicator, to talk about her work at a webinar themed 'Caring for Animals in a Challenging Human World'. Lisa talked for a while about the animals she has helped and then Carly explained how Zoopharmacognosy can help animals at this challenging time including recommending extracts to offer for fear and anxiety. These included Frankincense, Violet Leaf, Valerian (floral water and essential oil), both the Chamomiles (Roman & German) as well as oils for comfort such as Jasmine, Rose and Linden Blossom (floral water and essential oil). Lisa reminded us that the animals we share our lives with (dogs in particular) are often affected by our own state of health and so it's important to look after ourselves alongside our animals. If you wish to see a recording of it (it's free!) click here. Our next Webinar, called Your pet and Zoopharmacognosy is on Sun 7th Feb 2021. Click here to register. Hope you see you there!