Rescue Remedy is the #1 natural reliever of everyday stress. It is a blend of five of the 38 Bach Original Flower Essences and is proven to be as helpful with animals as it is with people. Rescue Remedy can be used for an immediate calming effect in any stressful situation, or when your pet needs help overcoming a variety of emotional or behavorial problems such as:
Visits to the vet
Fear of loud noises
Excessive barking or hissing
Adapting to loss of owner or companion
Stress due to being left alone
Shock, trauma or mistreatment
Anxiety when adapting to new surroundings (new home, kennel, stable, etc.)
Your Pet's Inner Calm, On Call Nature provides the air we breathe, the food we eat and the very essence of life itself. Nearly all forms of medicine are derived from plant life and Dr. Bach was a medical pioneer in realizing the potential of flowers in the natural healing process. As he discovered the 38 Bach Flower Essences, he noted that five of them in particular have special energy properties to calm agitated emotions. They are Rock Rose, Star of Bethlehem, Impatiens, Cherry Plum and Clematis. He blended dilutions of them together and found the combination to be an effective remedy for everyday stress. He called it Rescue Remedy, and it remains an example of the simplicity, and power, of natural healing.
Rock Rose: Restores courage and calmness.
Star of Bethlehem: Neutralizes the effects of shock or trauma.
Impatiens: Animals become more patient, waiting is not a major dilemma.
Cherry Plum: A self-controlled animal who will have the ability to act rationally.
Clematis: Enables the animal to have a lively interest in the world around them and enjoyment in life.
Recommended By Veterinarians Rescue Remedy is an inexpensive, all natural way to keep your pets happy and healthy everyday. With the rise in complementary and alternative veterinarian medicine, many veterinarians include the Bach system of medicine in their practice. You can use them as part of an ongoing preventative program. However, for persistent conditions, it is recommended you take your pet in for a professional veterinary exam to prevent misdiagnosis.
No Side Effects
How To Use The most common method of use is to simply add 4 drops of Rescue Remedy liquid, or 2 sprays of Rescue Remedy spray to your pet's drinking water. You can also apply directly into your animal's mouth or sprinkle on its food. Other options include moistening your pet's nose, ears, lips or pads of the paws. The animal will either lick it off or it will be absorbed directly into the skin. For larger animals (such as horses, cattle, pigs, etc.) that typically drink from a large water source, the dosage should be increased to 10 drops of Rescue Remedy liquid, or 5 sprays of Rescue Remedy spray per bucket of water. Choose the method that works best for you and insures that the animal gets the correct dosage.
Rescue Remedy contains the following: Active ingredients: 5x dilution of Helianthemum nummularium HPUS, Clematis vitalba HPUS, Impatiens glanulifera HPUS, Prunus cerasifera HPUS, Ornithogalum umbellatum HPUS.