Discover Incredible Respiratory Healing For Your Pet


by Debbie Reynolds March 10, 2017

By:  Debbie Reynolds, DVM

Incredible just skirts the surface of what this all natural essential oil can do for your pet.  

May I begin with a story?

One of the first patients that I used Open Air (click here to purchase) on was a senior aged corgi.  Before I was introduced to holistic remedies for dogs, I tried all the traditional medications to help Corky with his COPD, but none ever really helped.  We tried all of the medications that are recommended for this treatment.  I felt terrible listening to Corky breathe and cough and I was not able to help him.  

When I first started learning about holistic therapies, I immediately thought of him when I discovered Open Air.  We got an essential oil diffuser (click here for a suggestion) and placed the essential oil in the diffuser while he slept.  The next time I saw him, it was like I was looking at a different dog.  One that was bright and alert, with pep in his step, and no wheezing or coughing.  

The owner was so happy to help her baby without drugs and a very affordable and easy alternative to the traditional methods.  As they say, "the proof is in the pudding", the proof was standing before our eyes on four little short legs.  

Let me share with you what makes Open Air essential oil so incredible.  This blend is created with animals in mind and specifically for them.  The blend has some very powerful oils including:  Tangerine, Spruce, Cinnamon, Copaiba, Eucalyptus radiata, Clove, Lemon, Marjoram and Rosemary.

There is a huge variety of applications for this oil.  It can help your pet in so many ways.

1.  Anti-cough.

2.  Antibacterial.

3.  Antiviral.

4.  Antifungal.

5.  Anti-inflammatory.

6.  Immune Stimulation.

7.  Reduction of mucus.

8.  Expectorant.

9.  Pain reduction.

10.  Disinfects the air.

 You should consider using this if your pet has problems with any of the following:

1.  Asthma

2.  COPD (old dog lung disease)

3. Respiratory infection (upper or lower)

4.  Pneumonia

5.  Kitten viruses

6.  Conjunctivitis 

7.  Rhinitis

8.  Pharyngitis (weak bark or meow)

9.  Sinusitis (chronic nasal discharge)

10.  Bronchitis

 

It's easy.  It's safe.  It's effective.  

Try it.  You won't be disappointed. 

 

 




Debbie Reynolds
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