Good morning, people! Today I wanted to share with you some oils you can use on your animals. For me, I use them on my horse.
The first set of oils I want to share with you are oils you can put in your horse’s water. The Peppermint is great to help cool your horse down during a hot day or after a hard workout. Lemon is good for your horse’s overall health. My horse loves drinking both!
The next set of oils are to use if your horse is sick. Thieves is good for if they are fighting an infection, or just are feeling sick. DiGize is great for stomach problems. If your horse is prone to colic- this is the oil you need to have on hand! Just apply 3-4 drops onto their stomach or put some in their water.
Aroma Siez and PanAway are amazing with pain and tight muscles! Both are great for both muscle/joint pain and muscle tightness. But Aroma Siez is the best for tight muscles. If you’ve worked your horse extra hard one day- just reward him with a massage with Aroma Siez (using carrier oil!).
Your horse got into a fence? Got a magical scratch? We know things like that happen with horses. Theses two oils are amazing with skin problems. Whether its a scratch, bug bite, or some kind of skin condition, these oils are perfect!
Last, but certainly not least, the oils I use with training and calming nerves. Since my horse is young, and I am training her from the ground up, these two oils have been an invaluable resource. Especially Stress Away. I personally like Peace & Calming on myself, but my horse is partial to Stress Away. A lot of times, I put Peace & Calming on me and then Stress Away on her. We have a much better day that way! (I apply the oils on her forehead & temples and her whithers and on my wrists.)
You might be wondering why I use oils on my horse. It’s because I care about her. If I don’t want chemicals and nasty stuff in and on me, why would I want to do that to my horse? I also have used oils on my cats, and my family has used them on their dogs and goats, too! Want to learn more, or have any questions about using oils for animals? Just shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, I make my own bug spray for my horse. It’s the same exact one I use for us! I just mixed up another bottle of it and keep it in the barn. You can get the recipe HERE.
Have you ever used oils on your animals? I only use Young Living oils. I feel so much better using them on my animals than any chemical product. And it’s cheaper, too! If you’re interested in signing up, learn about it here.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. I’m not a medical professional, I’m just sharing my experiences.
10 thoughts on “Oils to Use with Horses”
Wheres the recipes for these?
You just order them from Young Living as those blends. 🙂 You can get on and order them here: https://www.youngliving.com/vo/#/signup/start?site=US&sponsorid=1535338&enrollerid=1535338
Thank u very informational
Can you specify how you use them? Where you put them on your horse and the ratio of oil to carrier oils? Thanks
I don’t dilute it. Anywhere….Just apply them where it makes sense; Digize in the water and on their stomachs, ect…. 🙂 Hope that helps!
i have the same questions at the other ladies, where and how do you use them and the recipes for them.
Just apply them where it makes sense….digize in the water and on their stomachs, ect…. 🙂 Hope that helps!
I just read your blog about the young living oils that you use for your horse. I am getting ready to take mine on his first trail ride and I want everything to good smooth and relaxing for him. I just had a few questions. How many drops of the oil do you place in his water for him to be calm and stress free? And what other place would you put it? Any other information would be great!
Is the lemon good for Chronic Cough? And can horses ingest essential oils like “Melissa and Oregano?