Organic Calmer 100 ml Special Offer - with FREE Flea Oil 50 ml valued at $14.95

Organic Calmer 100 ml Special Offer - with FREE Flea Oil 50 ml valued at $14.95

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Herbs can be emotionally balancing and can help with dog behaviour problems such as separation anxiety & dog training. Calming herbs are great to help combat excitability and nervousness. They can also help your dog cope with the stress of staying home alone or being left in boarding kennels. Herbs can:

    • relieve separation anxiety
    • help reduce anxious dog behaviour or nervousness
    • calm down hyperactive dogs
    • settle an upset digestive system due to tension
    • help dogs that experience stress from traveling
    • help relax dogs for better performance during competitions
    • assist in dog training obedience lessons
      • A few drops a day to soothe your dog's troubles away

        Traditionally used for relaxing and conditioning the nervous system and helping to soothe nervous tension. Organic Calmer is a wonderful blend of calming herbs to help reduce anxiety. It is a great tonic to have on hand for times of stress and emotional upheaval to help your dog's state of mind and for your own peace of mind. Help bring tranquility to your dog today. To treat anxious dog behaviour then reach for a bottle of Organic Calmer.

        Contains: Chamomile, Vervain, lemon Balm, Rosehips, Kelp based in organic cider vinegar.

        Restore the emotional balance in your dogs behaviour for as little as $6 per month

        For as little as $6 a month you can help ease away the tension and stress, making your dog feel secure and contented. This herbal extract comes in a concentrated form, so you only need to feed small amounts (5-10 drops twice daily) using the easy dropper dispenser. Drops can be fed either via food, water or directly into the mouth.

    • The herbs are usually best given 3 times a day to start with then reduced to 1 or 2 doses per day as the situation improves. This single dose is then reduced to the minimum amount required to keep your dog happy and calm.

      Dose: 5 to 10 drops for Small Breeds; 10 to 20 drops for Medium and Large breeds.

  • There are many ways to treat fleas in dogs but this simple home remedy for fleas contains essential oils of Eucalyptus, Lavender, Karanjo, and Cedarwood in a Grapeseed oil base. This simple remedy allows you the simple method of just dabbing a little behind your dog's ears and above their tail for safe and effective control of fleas.

    The  Flea Oil can help repel fleas and gives a general well being to your pets. This Flea Oil is a lovely smelling natural product, ideal as a natural remedy for fleas.  

    This natural flea oil is ideal as a :

    • natural flea repellant
    • fleas hate the smell of essential oils
    • ideal for putting in and around your pets bed

    Directions For Use:
    Dosage: Put 1-2 drops on the back of the neck and top of the tail. Apply twice weekly.

    Contains: essential oils of Eucalyptus, Lavender, Karanjo and Cedarwood in a Grapeseed oil base.

Calming Herbs for Dogs

I have 2 Standard Schnauzers that were typically over diligent and bark at anything and everything. After using the Organic Calmer for about 6 weeks - once a day, I, my husband and neighbours have all noticed a MAJOR change in their behaviour - they are both much more relaxed. Thank you so much for making my life easier. 

C. Wilson, Qld, Australia

We have a boxer who I would describe as incredibly exciteable and energetic, always wanting attention and games. Unfortunately she goes from morning till night which wears us all out. I tried using the Organic Calmer in the hope of getting a bit of rest and I have to say it worked perfectly. She happily takes the drops then quite quickly lies down and has a rest for a while. It has been a miracle for us all.
M. Trenter, Clevedon, NZ.

Herb Dictionary

Here are just some of the essential herbs for dealing with dog behaviour problems and to assist with dog training. To find out more, click here for your free herb guide.

Chamomile (flower)
(Matricaria Chamomilla

  • Natures own calmer.
  • Soothing pain relief.
  • Helps digestive disorders.
  • Useful for menstrual cramps.

 

Vervain (leaf and flower head)
(Verbena officinalis)

  • Natures tension reliever
  • Restores the nervous system.
  • Good for animals that are sensitive to the touch.

Skullcap (leaf)
(Scutellaria laterifolia)

  • Natural sedative.
  • Relieves nervous stress
  • Nervine.

Dandelion (leaf & root)
(Taraxacum officinalis)

  • Rich in vitamins A,B,
    C, D.
  • Cleanses the blood.
  • Aids digestion.
  • Stimulates appetite.

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