Natural Pain Control

March 29th, 2011 at 4:00 am EDT

From: Dr Andrew Jones
Author: Veterinary Secrets Revealed

Hello Friend,

Re: Natural Arthritis Control


Hello to you and your pets this morning.

Helping your dog or cat deal with the discomfort of arthritis can be very
disconcerting and frustrating.

Most commonly you have a middle aged to older pet with signs of
arthritis: stiffness, lameness, difficultly rising, reluctance to
jump up etc..

A visit to your local Vet may not give you many options aside
from conventional medication and their accompanying side effects.

No question, there is a place for these medications, and while in
practice I used them often, BUT they must be used with caution,
and it is a VERY wise idea to add in complementary forms of care
to either eliminate or lower the dose of the NSAIDS.

Recently I finished a new video report on a very *old* but at
times very effective holistic form of arthritis control.


Essential Oils and Aromatherapy has been used for THOUSANDS of

The essential oils are extracted from the flowers, leaves, bark,
roots, stems, seeds, or fruit of a plant.

These oils are then either inhaled ( ie in a vaporizer or bowl of
hot water), or diluted and applied directly to the skin.

Encouragingly, here is a study documenting the use of Lavender
for pain control:

Lavender and Pain in a Critical Care Unit.

A randomised study by Woolfson and Hewitt published in Nursing
Times looked at the effects of the essential oil Lavender
combined with massage on 100 patients in a critical care unit.

The results of this study showed a 50% reduction in pain with
lavender oil as well as a significant effect on heart rate, blood
pressure, and respiratory rate.

To see HOW to correctly use these healing oils for pain control
on your pet go to:


P.S. These are very powerful oils, and they have had significant
side effects in especially cats and small dogs, so it's critical
that you know HOW to use them correctly.

The SAFE WAY to Natural Pain Control is here:

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM

DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational purposes only and
is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian.
Dr Andrew Jones resigned from the College of Veterinarians of
B.C. effective December 1 2010, meaning he cannot answer
specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make
specific medical recommendations for your pet.

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