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Flea Free Oil Blend (for dogs)

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Flea Free Oil Blend (for dogs)

18.00
sold out

Flea Free Oil is a natural, plant derived flea, tick, fly and mosquito deterrent for external use only. The oil can be applied directly to the back of the neck and tail base, or can be added to a spray bottle with witch hazel or diluted alcohol. 

Suggested use: apply a couple or few drops to the back of the neck and base of the tail. This oil is an effective deterrent only and will not remedy an existing flea problem.  

  • Available as one-half ounce only.
  • Comes with a dropper for convenience. Do not store the dropper in the bottle - always use the standard cap when not in use.

Overall energetics: warming, relaxing

Parts of the Whole: Olea europaea (olive), Azadirachta indica (neem), Nepeta cataria (catnip), Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary), Achillia millefolium (yarrow), Lavendula spp. (lavender), Junipernus virginiana (cedarwood), Melaleuca minor (cajeput), Abies balsamea (balsam fir), Artemisia absinthium (wormwood)

☆ Many of the herbs and formulations that we use may not be suitable for pregnant or nursing individuals. If you are nursing, pregnant, or considering pregnancy, please consult your Health Care Practitioner before using any Wolves & Sage products. 

ALL HERBAL MATERIALS USED ARE CERTIFIED ORGANIC OR ETHICALLY WILDCRAFTED, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 

Please click "More Info" (below) to read materials on the herbal actions of each ingredient, as well as to find any contraindications.

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Flea Free Oil is a natural, plant derived flea, tick, fly and mosquito deterrent for external use only. The oil can be applied directly to the back of the neck and tail base, or can be added to a spray bottle with witch hazel or diluted alcohol. 

Suggested use: apply a couple or few drops to the back of the neck and base of the tail. This oil is an effective deterrent only and will not remedy an existing flea problem.  

  • Available as one-half ounce only.
  • Comes with a dropper for convenience. Do not store the dropper in the bottle - always use the standard cap when not in use.

Overall energetics: warming, relaxing

Parts of the Whole: Olea europaea (olive), Azadirachta indica (neem), Nepeta cataria (catnip), Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary), Achillia millefolium (yarrow), Lavendula spp. (lavender), Junipernus virginiana (cedarwood), Melaleuca minor (cajeput), Abies balsamea (balsam fir), Artemisia absinthium (wormwood)

☆ Many of the herbs and formulations that we use may not be suitable for pregnant or nursing individuals. If you are nursing, pregnant, or considering pregnancy, please consult your Health Care Practitioner before using any Wolves & Sage products. 

ALL HERBAL MATERIALS USED ARE CERTIFIED ORGANIC OR ETHICALLY WILDCRAFTED, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 

Please click "More Info" (below) to read materials on the herbal actions of each ingredient, as well as to find any contraindications.

Olive: is a cold-pressed oil that, like sunflower oil, is high in oleic acid. This constituent is protective against and healing of inflammatory and autoimmune disease, cancers, infection, and healing of a variety of inflammatory skin issues.

Neem: may be one of oldest medicines used today, as it has been employed for medicinal use since ~4,000 B.C. In neem's native India, this tree is cherished as the "village pharmacy" and considered to be very good luck. Various parts of this tree are commonly used in products to treat the skin, hair and teeth. It is also used to deter insects such as fleas, ticks, mites and mosquitos. 

Yarrow: is a highly effective and natural insect repellant, and so much more. It received its Latin name Achillea from the Greek hero legend Achilles. It is said that Achilles's mother, holding Achilles by the ankle, dipped him into the river Styx so to make him invulnerable. Achilles persevered in many battles, using yarrow to treat the wounds of other soldiers. Some time later Achilles died from a wound to his heel, as his heel was the one part of his body that did not enter the river Styx. Yarrow is often used as a poultice or in skin healing products to help heal and stop the bleeding of minor wounds. Internally, these flowers are used to sooth spastic discomfort of the gastrointestinal tract, and to support a healthy appetite.

Lavender: is antiseptic, antibacterial, stress and headache reducing, and the essential oil is used in aromatherapy to treat cases of trauma and depression, as well as on the skin to heal burns and cuts. It is generally calming and relaxing, and can also help promote sleep.

Catnip: is relaxing and a digestive aid for people, and is stimulating for felines. Additionally, it is astringent and the volatile oil is a natural insect repellant.

Rosemary: the leaves increase circulation, improve memory, and have anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. Rosemary aids digestion by improving nutrient absorption. Additionally this plant is anti-inflammatory, stress reducing and an all around invigorating herb, imparting a zest for life. 

Cedarwood:  is beneficial to the body and mind by helping to promote relaxation and is often used in massage oils. It is also quite clarifying to the skin and is used in facial toners and moisturizers for this property. Cedarwood is also effective at repelling a variety of insect species including fleas and ticks. 

Cajeput: leaves and twigs are commonly used as medicinal preparations in its native Australia. The oil is good to use as an insect repellant, and is also antiseptic, antibacterial, analgesic, effective at healing infection and provides relief from cold, flu and respiratory disorders. 

Balsam fir: the oils found in their bark, sap, resin and needles are immune-boosting, promote circulation to cold, stiff bones and muscles, balance hormones, decongest the lungs, are an effective pain reliever, antiseptic, and are supportive to the respiratory system in general. The aroma of fir needles bring about confidence and courage while also relieving anxiousness and stress. Fir and other conifers were revered and celebrated during Yule festivities, as they embody the goddess that never dies, or the Tree of Life. During the winter solstice, these trees of life were ornamented with candles to symbolize everlasting light of the stars, moon and sun. 

None of the products here are intended as prescriptions for the treatment of health problems. Herbs must be used with knowledge and discretion, and we cannot be responsible for individual responses to their use. As always, please consult a health practitioner before use. This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease - it is illegal for a manufacturer to make any medical claims for health supplements or products in general. Health decisions are to be made by the advice of your health care professional.  As with any dietary or herbal supplement seek the advise of your physician.  Nursing , pregnant , or considering pregnancy, please consult your Health Care Practitioner before taking any of these products.