Azmira's Obsessive Flower Remedy is ideal for animals who exhibit repetitive behavior like fixation on a ball or the need to vocalize incessantly. Often pets experiencing these symptoms are quick to act out and they tend to be controlling or pushy. If your pet is demonstrating these symptoms, try Obsessive Flower Remedy. Following Dr. Lisa Newman's formula for feelings of obsessiveness and compulsiveness, the active ingredients in Obsessiveness Flower Remedy are Cherry Plum, Impatiens, Pine, Scleranthus, and Vervain.
Obsessiveness Flower Remedy contains 30C & 200C of each of the following:
Because Pets Have Emotions, too
Flower Essence therapy is a gentle and natural approach to help balance your pet's emotional shortcomings. Flower essences are a part of homeopathy, which is an incredibly powerful yet often misunderstood way of treating issues. While flower essence therapy will not change the inherent temperament of a particular breed (i.e., Border Collies are known for being Obsessive-Compulsive -- due to the nature of their "job" of herding sheep) -- or animal, it will help bring them into balance.
We have been off and on followers of flower essence therapy for a number of years. While it seemed to be one of those "too good to be true" sorts of therapies, working with flower essences on our pets has really opened the door to its credibility with us. We have had wonderful results with animals coming from shelter backgrounds as well as the loss of a "best friend" in the "group."
A person has the tremendous power to trick themselves into believing something works (and for that matter, it can). An animal really has no idea that you have just placed a few drops of an essence blend into their drinking water. It's really fascinating to witness changes in their behavior. For some, it may be subtle; others may experience more prevalent changes.
How To Use It
Give 2 to 6 drops orally, 3 times a day between meals, or mixed into the water dish. Initially, the dose may be repeated every 5 to 15 minutes up to 1 hour as needed. (We have had excellent results just adding a few drops to their water -- changed daily -- as well as putting a drop or two on one of our fingers and then gently rubbing the side of their face near or on their mouth.)
Holistic Animal Care was founded in 1982 by Dr. Lisa S. Newman out of concern for her own pets' health problems. Dr. Newman drew upon her education in human nutrition, homeopathy, and alternative care and set out to research and develop safe, effective programs for all pets. In 1988, Dr. Newman's product line, Azmira Holistic Animal Care was created. The line is formulated by experienced natural products researchers, rather than by someone who "knows ingredients" or "product development and marketing." Her products have helped address many health and behavioral issues when other alternatives or medical approaches have failed. Dr. Newmans' work and reputation are internationally renowned.
Flower essence combination designed to help pets exhibiting repetitive behavior.