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Liz
Liz
6 months ago

Thank you Jayney for the information about the essential oils I would like to spray but I’m comcerned as I have 3 cats, can you suggest what is the safest thing for me to do.

Best wishes

Liz

Jayney Goddard
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6 months ago
Reply to  Liz

Great Question Liz – thanks so much. I found this on the Nature’s Best website – I have known these people for a log time and trust their information. Overall, Lavender seems to be the safest to use – and of course this is one of the potent anti-viral oils – so make good use of it – but do have a read here to learn more: Essential oils to consider Lavender (a.k.a. the Queen of essential oils): Useful for conditioning pets to feel safe (some vet surgeries even diffuse it to reassure panicky pets); may also help with insomnia,… Read more »

Lorna McGregor
Lorna McGregor
5 months ago

Hi Jayney I have used Thyme essential oil in the past fro colds and chest infection. I think this may be helpful with the symptoms of Coronavirus. What are your thoughts about this.
Kind Regards
Lorna

Jayney Goddard
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5 months ago
Reply to  Lorna McGregor

Thank you so much for posting this great question. Thyme definitely has an affinity for throat problems – and in fact, I remember – a very long time ago – that my Mum’s GP prescribed a Thyme gargle for her (when she had an agonising sore throat). She got the gargle from the local chemist, so it was definitely included in the British Pharmacopoeia back then. I have done a quick search to see if it is still there, but without knowing the proprietary name, it is difficult to tell. So, what we do know is that Thyme has been… Read more »

Martha Gazzard
Martha Gazzard
5 months ago

Dear Janey, Thank you for your U-tube video on Organic Essential oils. I use them a lot. I need to tell you – and others, that although Rosemary oil has an incredible amount of benefits, it can pose a DANGER to people with HIGH blood pressure. Rosemary raises blood pressure. You also mentioned Grape-seed-oil: this LOWERS blood pressure. Even with a foot massage! I know this from experience using the essential oils for my late husband, who was terminally ill and had Adrenal failure, With that, his blood pressure kept dropping. So take care everybody. Pure Essential oils are a… Read more »

Jayney Goddard
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4 months ago
Reply to  Martha Gazzard

Dear Martha, Thank you so much for your points here. I have undertaken some research to ascertain whether grape seed oil is noted in the literature as an anti-hypertensive. I have not been able to find any evidence of this – so please could you point me in the direction of your sources as I would love to read them. What we do know is that grape seed extract is a hugely potent anti-oxidant which has heart health benefits – along with numerous other health benefits. It is certainly worth looking at as a supplement. As regards the blood-pressure elevating… Read more »

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