I can tell Late Summer is here by the state of my hat (sweat-stained and a bit battered!) and the outbreak of Damp Heat. I don't just mean we are hot and sweaty, I am referring to the Chinese internal climate of Damp Heat, which leads to fungal infections, digestive problems and some types of itchy skin.
Anger! Just the very word can create a negative impact on us emotionally. Humans are taught to control the natural expression of anger from an early age and for most of us it is a more or less successful effort for the rest of our lives. We try and avoid things that will make us feel angry, and when we feel angry we suppress or deny it, or blame it on the thing that made us angry in the first place. But have you ever asked yourself, what anger is? From where does it arise? If it is so bad why does it exist in the first place?
So you want to use essential oil for your horse? You have heard essential oils are a natural health aid for horses, but you are not sure how to use them safely? Well you've come to the right place. Read on below to answer your questions about safe use of essential oils for horses.