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Aloe Leaf

The leaf of the aloe vera succulent plant is well-loved for its skin-healing properties. It has been used as a folk treatment to heal and soften the skin for thousands of years and treat a wide variety of skin disorders including:

  • acne
  • skin injured by radiation
  • minor burns,
  • psoriasis
  • dandruff
  • and skin abrasions

It also contains chemicals that work as a laxative. It is a cactus-like plant that grows wild in tropical and arid climates worldwide and is native to southern Africa, Madagascar, Jordan, the Arabian Peninsula, and various Indian Ocean islands.

For pets, aloe is best recognized for providing calm and relief from itchy, irritated spots on the skin. These inflamed, infected skin areas can be caused by excessive licking, scratching, flea infestation, allergies, or tangled and matted fur. Aloe can help heal and soothe the itching.

Arnica

Arnica (originating in Europe and Greenland) is a perennial, herbaceous plant in the sunflower family that produces yellow-orange, star-shaped flowers and grows in high-elevation environments.

It is believed that the plant has anti-inflammatory properties and is well known for being used for bruises, sprains, muscle soreness, and muscle spasms often associated with sports activity, without any unwanted drowsiness. Arnica is also used to treat:

  • joint pain
  • arthritis
  • wounds
  • inflammation caused by insect bites
  • broken bones’ swelling

Arnica also stimulates the mucous membranes’ immune functions and is even said to help heal emotional trauma.

It can be incredibly powerful with pets; use it for acute injuries, post-surgical repair, and when an animal is in shock.

Allspice

Made from the dried brown berry of the tropical Pimenta dioica tree, allspice has a sweet flavor reminiscent of cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and pepper.

The mid-canopy tree is a clove relative native to the West Indies, southern Mexico, and Central America and similar to the bay laurel tree in size and form.

Thanks to the compound eugenol, a weak antimicrobial agent, allspice has what is known as carminative properties; it eases stomach upset like gas and bloating.

The spice’s many antioxidants also have anti-inflammatory properties that may alleviate:

  • nausea
  • cramps
  • vomiting
  • and even constipation

The crushed allspice berries contain tannins that have a mild anesthetic action and are used to treat bruises and to soothe sore joints and muscles.

Avocado Oil

Avocado oil is pressed from the avocado tree fruit (not the seed), which contains approximately 60% oil. Although native to Central America, the avocado likely originated in south-central Mexico.

Avocado oil offers significant health benefits and contains vitamin E and Omega 3 fatty acids, both of which contribute to decreasing inflammation. Decreased inflammation can, in turn, can help reduce pain and stiffness (caused by osteoarthritis) in both humans and pets. It also supports healthy skin and connective tissues. Other therapeutic uses include:

  • lowering cholesterol
  • improving heart and eye health
  • enhancing the absorption of other vital nutrients
  • preventing gum disease
  • enhancing wound healing and neutralizing free radicals

Many dogs and cats can benefit from taking avocado oil as well since it has the same anti-inflammatory effect. It can especially help relieve pain and stiffness from osteoarthritis of the knee.

Bay Laurel

Bay Laurel is an evergreen shrub or tree commonly found in the Mediterranean as it grows well in sunny, coastal climates. 

Its striking dark green leaves (bay leaves) are famous for their versatile use in cooking, where they can be used fresh, dried, ground, or whole and removed before eating.

The robust leaves are known to improve digestion and other stomach-related ailments.

It also has natural antibacterial and expectorant qualities, which can help relieve chronic respiratory conditions.

Besides the uses mentioned above, it also has qualities which can alleviate pain associated with migraine.

It’s also possible that the leaf can help lower blood sugar levels, thus helping prevent and treat type 2 diabetes.

Camphor

Camphor has a long history of providing therapeutic relief for a variety of maladies. It is a species of evergreen trees native to China south of the Yangtze River, Taiwan, southern Japan, Korea, and Vietnam.

Its antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties can treat skin conditions, improve respiratory function, and relieve pain, using either the leaves of the tree or oil extracted from the wood.

If applied to the skin, it can stimulate nerve endings, which seems to relieve pain and itching symptoms.

It is known to be a mild pain reliever and is easily absorbed through the skin. It can also be applied to the neck and chest to reduce the urge to cough when breathed in.

Capsicum

Capsicum can be any of several tropical plants native to Mexico, Central America, northern South America (including Peru), and Bolivia.

Cultivated as edible peppers, these spicy, or only sweet, flowering plants have several health benefits, significantly impacting the digestive system, improving immune health, and providing pain relief.

The capsicum plant’s fruit can have different names based on where it is grown and the type.

The spicy varieties are commonly called chili peppers, while the large, mild form is called red pepper or bell pepper.

The plants are known for being rich in vitamin C and other antioxidants and an ingredient called capsaicin that altogether boost immunity, lower inflammation in the body (thus providing pain relief).

They can even speed up metabolism for weight loss.

CBD - Cannabidiol

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally-occurring, biologically active compound derived from the hemp plant. The hemp plant is a stout growing herb that originated in the temperate zones of Central Asia. China is the current leading producer of hemp.

Cannabinoids mimic the chemicals that the body makes that are involved in appetite, memory, movement, and pain. CBD does not have the same psychoactivity as THC found in marijuana. The cannabinoid compound can be used for treating various ailments, including:

  • stress
  • epilepsy
  • menstrual pain and bloating
  • chronic pain
  • and muscular or joint pain

CBD is also commonly used for anxiety and to treat insomnia.

It can also be used for pets to address separation anxiety, certain skin conditions, arthritis pain, and even control seizures.

CBG - Cannabigerol

Cannabigerol (CBG) is a less abundant cannabinoid, and a naturally-occurring compound derived from the hemp plant.

CBG has been referred to as “the mother cannabinoid” as it is produced when the hemp plant is young. It has been observed to reduce inflammation and combat pain.

Unlike CBD, CBG is thought to directly elicit its therapeutic effects through interaction with the cannabinoid receptors in the brain. It is most effective at treating inflammation – particularly with swelling in the skin. It also supports immune and cellular health.

CBG is also incredibly beneficial for your pet if they have a condition that involves inflammation (for example, inflammatory bowel disease). When combined with CBD,

CBG works well to provide an even more substantial effect.

CBN - Cannabinoid

Cannabinol (CBN) is a naturally-occurring, biologically active compound derived from the hemp plant, similar to CBD.

CBN is typically found on aged hemp plants as it naturally occurs due to oxygenation. And like CBD, it is a non-psychoactive compound.

Known as a minor cannabinoid, it has been touted for its anti-inflammatory properties for pain management, as well as its promise as a sleep aid to relieve insomnia.

Compared to CBD, it is more widely used for sleep due to its sedative effect; it can be combined effectively, however, with CBD to cause an overall sense of mind and body tranquility.

CBN can also be used as an appetite stimulant and used on pets safely.

Citrus Bergamia

Also known as “Bergamot”, citrus bergamia is a hybrid of bitter orange and lemon, and similarly, it has a sharp, distinctive smell and flavor. It is a citrus fruit that grows almost exclusively in the south Italy Calabria region.

The name bergamot is famous for being used to flavor earl grey tea. It’s especially effective against oxidative stress and inflammation due to two micronutrients contained within the fruit.

These help provide a full spectrum of benefits:

  • reduced cholesterol levels, elevated mood
  • reduced stress
  • improved digestion
  • improved cardiovascular and bone health
  • pain reduction and reduced inflammation.

It also helps protect against diabetes, heart disease and aids in weight loss.

Comfrey Leaves

Comfrey is a strong-growing perennial shrub, native to Europe and some parts of Asia such as Siberia and Turkey. There are up to 35 species, and comfrey’s relatives include both borage and heliotrope.

It works wonderfully as an anti-inflammatory agent for:

  • bruises
  • pulled muscles
  • inflamed bunions
  • fractures and sprains

When applied to the skin, chemicals in comfrey have healing effects on wounds.

Comfrey contains a substance that is known as a cell proliferator, which enables the body to recover quickly.

It is also a natural pain reliever and can help even pets manage joint pain, scratches, and rashes when used topically. In some cases, it has been recommended to treat diarrhea and other stomach ailments.

DMSO

DMSO, or dimethyl sulfoxide, is an organosulfur compound that comes from a substance found in wood.

The use of DMSO in medicine dates from around 1963. It’s an effective supplement that can help other medications get through the skin since it is easily absorbed and facilitates the passage of compounds across mucous membranes and the skin.

It works on bladder inflammation (interstitial cystitis), limb pain that usually occurs after an injury (complex regional pain syndrome), and osteoarthritis pain as an anti-inflammatory and an antioxidant. It is closely related to MSM (methylsulfonylmethane), which is also well known for its anti-inflammatory benefits and pain relief.

DMSO for dogs and horses directly relieves the discomfort of an affected area by blocking the pain.

It is used in dogs and horses for chronic injuries, joint inflammation, inflamed tendons and swelling, and osteoarthritis.

Eucalyptus

The eucalyptus tree is one of the tallest flowering plants in the world. Native to Tasmania and southeastern Australia, it has been nicknamed the fever tree because of its disease-fighting properties.

It’s used for many purposes; it can treat:

  • asthma
  • bronchitis
  • plaque
  • gingivitis
  • head lice
  • and toenail fungus

Eucalyptus oil extracted from the leaves has decreased nasal congestion, cough frequency, and cold-related headaches. And it’s frequently found in balms and ointments meant for pain relief linked to strains and sprains, arthritis, bruising, and backache.

Eucalyptus is also an effective insect repellent; it effectively keeps mosquitoes away and in killing mites and ticks.

For pets, a very diluted solution on the skin can provide a soothing, antifungal, and antibacterial combination.

Frankincense Oil

Frankincense, famous for its woodsy, spicy smell, is made from the Boswellia tree’s gummy resin. The Boswellia tree is native to the tropical regions of Africa and Asia.

When used medicinally, as it has been for thousands of years, frankincense can be very soothing; it can reduce feelings of anxiety, stimulate the immune system, and diminish aging signs.

Energetically and emotionally, it is known for bringing peace, relaxation, and improving your overall mood. It also contains an antibacterial compound, so it effectively fights bad breath and improves overall oral health. It is also used medicinally for many other purposes, such as:

  • treating arthritis
  • asthma
  • digestion

It has a host of benefits in pets, including supporting the nervous system, soothing skin, and relaxing and relieving pain from joints and muscles.

Ginger

Ginger is an herbaceous, flowering plant that has been used for thousands of years as medicine. Most ginger that is used in cooking and health treatments comes from the root of the plant. It originated in the warmer, southern parts of China, although it has been used historically in Japan and India for many generations.

It’s beneficial in alleviating gastrointestinal distress symptoms, preventing the symptoms of motion sickness (especially seasickness), and reducing nausea and vomiting from pregnancy (thanks to its anti-vomiting action). Ginger contains very potent anti-inflammatory compounds called gingerols; it is also helpful in treating:

  • osteoarthritis
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • menstrual cramps, and migraine headaches if used regularly.

It is also known as a powerhouse for fighting germs in the body and halting the growth of bacteria such as E. coli.

For your furry and feline friends, ginger offers many health benefits as well, from digestive relief to heartworm and cancer prevention.

Grapeseed Oil

Providing significant health benefits, grapeseed oil is a potent blend of antioxidants that is processed from the seeds of grapes as a by-product of making wine.

The oldest known wine-making facility was discovered in Armenia, and grapes are native to the Mediterranean, parts of Europe and Central Asia.

The skin loves grapeseed oil; vitamins C and E help improve the skin’s elasticity and softness.

It can also help prevent disease and protect against:

  • oxidative stress
  • tissue damage
  • inflammation
  • poor circulation
  • high cholesterol
  • and high blood pressure

For many pets, it can act as an anti-allergenic and anti-inflammatory treatment, providing healthier tissue, shiner coat, stronger teeth and gums, and a reduced risk of heart disease and cancer.

Lavender

Lavender can be any of the several tropical, flowering plant species in the mint family. It is a vibrant purple herb native to northern Africa and the mountainous regions of the Mediterranean.

The fragrance from the lavender plant’s oils is exceptionally well known and believed to help promote calmness and wellness. Ancient cultures have long believed that lavender can help purify the mind and body, and it’s been a long time favorite to incorporate into a bedtime routine.

The benefits of using lavender are wide and varied:

  • helps treat anxiety
  • restlessness or insomnia
  • intestinal discomfort
  • acne
  • fungal infections and hair loss

It is also known to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, which can heal minor burns, wounds, and bug bites.

Lavender can also be used for pets since breathing the lavender helps to reduce their anxiety and stress.

Lemongrass

Often mistaken for a weed and beloved by pets, lemongrass is a tropical island plant in the grass family with incredible health benefits.

Lemongrass thrives in a warm, humid climate with lots of rainfall and sunshine.

Most of the species are native to India, Southeast Asia (Thailand, Sri Lanka, and Burma), and Australia. Lemongrass can be very energizing, uplifting, and purifying.

Suggested uses include to:

  • improve cholesterol and blood sugar in the blood
  • relieve pain and swelling
  • reduce fever
  • prevent the growth of some bacteria and yeast
  • and stimulate the uterus and menstrual flow

For pets as well, lemongrass has a host of beneficial ingredients that are antibacterial, antifungal, anti-parasitic, antiseptic, diuretic, cooling, sedating and help with digestion. Its naturally pleasant smell has a flea and tick repellant nature.

Meadowfoam Seed Oil

Providing a full spectrum of healing properties for the skin, meadowfoam is a grassland wildflower native to the Pacific Northwest and Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Because its flowers resemble the white foam from crashing waves in the ocean, it is called meadowfoam.

The oil was first developed to mimic whale oil and possesses moisturizing and rejuvenating properties for the skin. The oil, extracted from the seed, helps the following conditions:

  • acne
  • psoriasis
  • eczema
  • dermatitis
  • sunburn
  • stretch marks
  • burns and cuts
  • scars and cellulite
  • It can also be used on the scalp and hair to fortify and moisturize.

It’s an incredibly healing oil for animals as well and can strengthen and hydrate their coats and skin.

Menthol Crystals

The Mentha arvensis plant is the main mint variety used to obtain the organic compound menthol crystals. That plant is native to Europe’s temperate regions and western and central Asia, east to the Himalayas and eastern Siberia, and North America. The crystals are obtained from the mint’s oil and find diverse applications because of its characteristic aroma, flavor, and cooling effect.

Menthol crystals and their distinctive aroma facilitate:

  • easier breathing
  • temporarily relieve nasal congestion
  • soothe sore throats
  • and alleviate fever symptoms, coughs, headaches, and sinus discomfort

They are known as a decongestant for their ability to promote the feeling of airways opening up. Their cooling sensation is also an ideal solution for muscle aches and pains.

Menthol crystals can even be used in hair to affect many of the damages there; it can remove dandruff buildup, remove pollutants and excess sebum, stimulate circulation, and encourage healthier hair growth.

Moringa Oil

Moringa Oil is derived from Moringa oleifera, a small, soft-growing tree native to the Himalayan mountains and India.

Moringa oil is known to boost:

  • the immune system
  • energy
  • reduce inflammation
  • lower cholesterol
  • lower blood sugar

It’s also known to improve brain function, and detoxify the body.

It’s packed with vitamins, minerals, essential amino acids, and antioxidants. And as far back as 2000 B.C., it has been valued for being a powerful skin treatment, soothing burns, wrinkles, and eczema.

Moringa oil can also be used with pets. It helps regulate their nervous system, reduces skin irritations and diseases, strengthens their hair, and helps build muscle.

Passion Fruit

The nutrient-dense, superfood passion fruit is a round, purple fruit with edible pulp and seeds. The vine species of passion flower is native to southern Brazil through Paraguay and northern Argentina.

This superfood contains tons of antioxidants, including Vitamins A & C, which are both great for anti-aging. The antioxidants help clean up harmful free radicals in the body and play a vital role in keeping the body systems healthy.

Medicinal uses of passion fruit include using the leaves to reduce blood pressure and as a sedative and antispasmodic.

It’s also used to treat:

  • nervous disorders
  • bronchial conditions
  • arthritis
  • asthma
  • insomnia
  • gastrointestinal disorders
  • menopausal symptoms

Peppermint

The peppermint herb is a hybrid between watermint and spearmint and was originally cultivated in Europe and the Middle East. For centuries, it has provided a diverse array of health benefits.

It is especially useful for indigestion and bloating of Irritable Bowel Syndrome, as it is an anti-inflammatory and soothes muscles of the GI tract.

Peppermint is also a natural decongestant, and one of the plant’s active ingredients is menthol, which treats mucus and reduces coughs. It is also soothing to sore throats and helpful to lower blood sugar and treat Type II Diabetes.

The aroma alone can increase one’s memory and alertness. It can be used for allergy relief for dogs, as an analgesic for mild muscle pain, as an antiseptic for open cuts or wounds, and provided to aid in digestion.

Plantain Leaves

Cultivated for agricultural and medicinal uses, the plantain plant originated in Asia, Europe, and North America.

The plant is flanked by large, spirally arranged leaves that are flexible and waterproof.

The leaves have health benefits but are also used for cooking (such as when wrapping them around a piece of meat to cook over a fire).

Some of its diverse applications include being a remedy for:

  • cough
  • fever
  • dandruff
  • inflamed skin or dermatitis
  • dry skin, and insect bites

It can help smooth the skin as well as kill germs.

The leaves can be crushed and applied topically to help open injuries heal faster.

Rosemary

Native to the Mediterranean, rosemary was once considered sacred and a symbol of remembrance. This perennial shrub-like herb with needle-like leaves grows very pungently along rocky coasts.

It has proven to provide relief to diverse symptoms and is a rich source of antioxidants, as much as Vitamin C, and anti-inflammatory compounds.  Rosemary contains twelve antioxidants that work together to protect cells and prevent mental decline.

Other conditions that it can treat include:

  • epilepsy
  • blood vessel health and circulation
  • pain relief
  • infertility
  • indigestion
  • hair loss
  • hypertension and allergies

For pets, it has proven to be preventative in younger and older dogs for cardiovascular health, digestion support, and age-related conditions such as cancer.

Sage

Hailing from the Mediterranean, sage is an aromatic herb from the mint family with a sweet yet savory flavor.

Cultivated for its pungent leaves, sage was thought to strengthen the memory, promote wisdom, and purify energy.

Its medicinal properties help digestion, cholesterol, and women’s health issues, such as menstruation and night sweats.

It is full of antioxidants and can help rebuild vitality and strength after an illness. It is also beneficial as part of a dental health routine; it can heal:

  • ulcers
  • help gum disease
  • and soothe a sore throat

For pets, sage is effective against fungal infections and ringworm without the need for other interventions. It can be used topically for most skin infections.

Tea Tree

Tea tree is a small tree native to subtropical Queensland and New South Wales, Australia. It was long used by the Aborigines for many therapeutic applications.

Oil is typically extracted from the crushed tea tree leaves. Tea tree contains over 100 different compounds that have been shown to kill certain bacteria, viruses, and fungi. You could say that it makes an ideal hand sanitizer.

It is extremely versatile at providing immune support and keeping skin, hair, and nails healthy. It can treat:

  • acne
  • psoriasis
  • athlete’s foot
  • lice
  • bad breath
  • insect bites
  • dandruff

Tea tree Oil also offers significant benefits for animals. It can heal dry, damaged skin, kill fleas and scabies, and soothe the itchy skin caused by airborne allergens.

Thyme

Thyme is a pungent member of the mint family, best cultivated in hot and sunny areas. Originating from Europe and Asia, it served to signify courage during medieval times and represented the virtues of grace and bravery in ancient Greece.

Most of thyme’s therapeutic activity is known for fighting infection (it has an active ingredient common in today’s mouthwashes) and for fighting cough (it has antitussive properties).

It has also been used in connection with the following conditions:

  • diarrhea
  • stomach ache
  • urinary incontinence
  • arthritis
  • irritable bowel
  • colitis and sore throat

In pets, it acts as an excellent digestive aid and is a good antiseptic for the mouth and throat (fights gingivitis). It also can expel parasites, especially hookworms.

White Willow Bark Extract

For centuries, white willow bark has been used for pain relief. Today’s aspirin is made from white willow bark, and it is often used as a natural substitute. It has similar effects in treating musculoskeletal pain and inflammation and in the prevention of blood clots.

The willow tree grows almost all over the world, except for Australia and Antarctica. The white willow has a grey-brown bark and is native to Europe and western Asia.

In addition to acting as a pain reliever, it has been used for centuries to soothe irritated skin; it contains salicin—from which salicylic acid is derived—which is both anti-inflammatory and antibacterial.

For pets, white willow bark extract can also be used as a pain-reliever and anti-inflammatory agent. It is especially helpful in treating arthritis and relieving arthritic pain and inflammation in pets.

Ylang Ylang

Ylang Ylang is a fast-growing tree with a yellow, star-shaped flower and a sweet, rich floral aroma.

This flower has components that support emotional health by easing sadness, depression, and anxiety, as well as aphrodisiac properties.

Ylang Ylang’s antimicrobial, antifungal, and anti-seborrheic properties make it excellent for cleaning the skin and scalp and treating acne.

It grows in South Asian countries and countries that border the Indian Ocean, including India, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Australia.

Like jasmine, it has been used in religious ceremonies and rituals and can reduce feelings such as anger or jealousy and low self-esteem.

One study showed that it could also have a sedative effect and help lower blood pressure and heart rate.