One of the most researched essential oils for anti-bug properties, nepatalactone within Catnip has been reported more effective than DEET. This essential oil is STRONG! Very little is needed, and the odor is not always pleasant directly from the bottle. Dilution is recommended.
This cold pressed oil is actually considered the essential oil of "Black Seed" - and has undergone Gas Chromatography evaluations beyond the Black Cumin Carrier Oils widely available.
A popular and common essential oil with a great fresh scent. Often used in soaps, candles, and home recipes.
A must have oil - Copaiba has been used in our veterinary hospital to replace anti-inflammatory medications, chronic arthritis medications, urinary incontinence medications for female dogs, and more! It is an indispensable oil in my opinion!
A must have emergency oil! You should have this oil, BEFORE you ever need it!
Highly regarded for hormonal balancing.
Single essential oils are desired by many people for a variety of needs - from cleaning creations to home crafts and recipes. Although we urge you to use the specially created blends and products for your animals, we feel it is important to provide access to high quality single oils that are appropriate for use in animal homes.
For additional information on the properties of various single essential oils - we recommend reading various books such as The Animal Desk Reference, Essential Oil Safety by Tisserand & Young, The Practice of Aromatherapy by Jean Valnet M.D., Medical Aromatherapy, The Healing Intelligence of Essential Oils, or Advanced Aromatherapy by Kurt Schnaubelt.
While no book is perfect, and the world of essential oils is continually changing and growing - these books, as well as many others will give you a nice platform for understanding individual properties of essential oils beyond just our website.
In general - single oils will not have instructions for their use. These are purely provided for your own personal creations or household applications.
Clove Bud Essential Oil is not currently available as a single essential oil.
All returns must be pre-authorized by animalEO and Crow River Animal Hospital. Please include a copy of the original invoice with any return. Call us at 320-286-3277, or email us at CrowRiverAnimalHospital@gmail.com to obtain return authorization.
Any products that were received from animalEO in a damaged or defective state must be reported within 10 days of receipt. animalEO will replace a product that was received damaged or defective and reported within 10 days with an exact product replacement only. Damaged products may be requested to be returned to animalEO and Crow River Animal Hospital - and in these cases animalEO will issue a pre-paid shipping label for you to return the well-packaged items via the United States Postal Service Priority Mail in a small flat rate box.
Items in new, un-used, and un-opened condition may be returned to animalEO and Crow River Animal Hospital within 30 days of purchase for a refund. Sample sizes are not eligible for return. This refund will be issued as a refund through PayPal (original payment source) minus a 10% re-stocking fee. No refunds will be issued for any outdated, used, or damaged items (except for items that were received damaged and reported within 10 days of receipt). No refunds will be issued for shipping charges, and you will be responsible for all shipping charges to return the item in good condition. We suggest using Priority Mail so that packages can be tracked and insured. animalEO is not responsible for any returns that are lost or damaged during return, and all items must be received in new condition.
Bergamot is a citrus oil that is known for its uplifting as well as calming characteristics. This particular Bergamot has been distilled to remove the chemical called Bergaptene, which is responsible for making Bergamot oil photosensitive in nature.
Available in limited quantities from the very best distillery - Madagascan Cinnamon Bark is regarded as one of the best. I am only making this oil available due to the recent adulteration reports and problems that other companies are encountering when they try to supply too many homes, with too many oils. Available in VERY LIMITED quantity.
For many, this is the most superior Bergamot for aromatherapy purposes. Retaining all of its chemical components - it still contains bergaptene - the chemical that creates the photosensitive nature of this oil. Do not apply to skin within 12 hours of sun exposure!
Tree oils are wonderful for many "bone" and respiratory issues.
Not just the scent of pickles! Dill is touted with beneficial effects for diabetes, blood sugar and insulin regulation, for pancreatic conditions, and more.
Eucalyptus varieties are well known for respiratory benefits.
Bright and amazing. Cilantro is wonderful for scent, cleaning, and often indicated for heavy metal, vaccine, and toxin cleansing properties.
Due to environmental concerns in Australia, Eucalyptus radiata is not currently available as a single essential oil.
A gorgeous Anise - noted for a licorice type scent and is often useful for digestive concerns.
Often regarded as a safer, and less intense cinnamon, Cinnamon Leaf has a main component of Eugenol, instead of Cinnamaldehyde in Cinnamon Bark.
Basil is well known for antispasmodic actions, regulation of the sympathetic nervous system, as an anti-inflammatory, aids in blood flow, and has antiviral and antibacterial properties. It is often indicated for conditions of the prostate, hepatitis, pancreatic insufficiency, muscle spasms, and more.
Cypress is often used to increase circulatory actions as well as lymph movement and drainage. It is also reported to have benefits to the nervous system as well as anti-infectious properties.
Clove oil is well researched, especially for its constituent Eugenol. A rather "hot" oil, it is useful for many things including antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, antiseptic, and antiparasitic actions.
Due to environmental situations in Australia, Blue Cypress will no longer be available as a single essential oil.
Sweet and cinnamon-y - this oil is quite hot in nature, however maintains a sweet flavor and is used often in various pot-pourris, diffusion blends, and air fresheners in very small amounts.
A gorgeous cedarwood - it is often used in a variety of insect applications, soaps, and is traditionally used to deter moths (a la cedar chests...) A beautiful and calming woody middle/base note it is also noted for tonifying the kidneys, spleen, and pancreas, as well having effects for cellulite.
Fennel is similar to Anise with a licorice sort of scent - it is often used with diabetes, blood sugar issues, hormone balancing, for stimulation of milk production, and for gastrointestinal concerns.
We have found that the carterii species of Boswellia (Frankincense) is best suited for animal use. Other varieties are too overwhelming, or simply do not contain the healing properties we desire. Frankincense essential oil is heavily researched for its anti-tumoral properties - however it has many actions within the body.