Pets And Essential Oils

So, you’re weary after a rough blursday at work, and you’re thinking that some essential oil aromatherapy in your living room or a dreamy diffuser-enhanced bath might be just the ticket. Before you open that little vial, though, if you have a four-legged roommate—or any other pet—first consider whether this new presence in the air could affect their health. Here’s why: While essential oils diffused through an atomizing device or even an old-fashioned wick-and-glass-jar combo are generally safe for humans, that’s not necessarily the case for pets, whose sense of smell and respiratory systems are far more sensitive than ours are.

Bonnie Darves

What Every Single Pet Owner Needs to Know About Pets and Essential Oils (msn.com)

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