Animals in Distress ̶ Flower Essences to the Rescue

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Rev. Maggie Smith is a Flower Essence Practitioner, Certified Aromatherapist, and Medical Intuitive. Certified by the AMTA, she presents her classes at Massage Schools and Hospice Facilities throughout the United States. She has over 15 years of training as an expert in mind-body wellness, through the School of Energy Mastery, the Chopra Center for Well Being, and Australian Living Essences. She lives in Santa Cruz, CA. Her purpose is to support and empower others to reduce stress, find love, and experience joy every day!-Paula

I often hear my neighbor’s dogs howling when they’re left alone for the day. My solution is to close the windows and turn up the music when I can’t stand it any longer.  The best option, in my opinion, would be to treat the dogs with Flower Essence Energy Pet Remedies to help calm their stress.

Dr. Edward Bach first discovered the use

of flowers in healing his patients during the 1930’s.  Dr Bach was a bacteriologist, pathologist and homeopath, who lived and worked in London.  He believed that the dew found on flower petals retained the healing properties of that plant.  By first healing the feelings and emotions connected to the illness, Dr. Bach found the body could go on and heal itself.

Humans and animals both benefit from flower essences. Our pets have emotions just like us. They may feel jealous when a new baby arrives on the…

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