Carin and Colin are both qualified as full practitioners in Zoopharmacognosy covering all species.
What does that mean?
Zoopharmacognosy (Animal Self-Healing) is a subject that covers every species of living animal. When you become a practitioner you practice the art of Applied Zoo-pharmacognosy.
If you work with horses it can be classified as equine-pharmacognosy, when your profession is with dogs you are looking at canine-pharmacognosy and with cats it is feline-pharmacognosy. We are qualified to work with all species (omnivore, carnivore and herbivore) therefore we collectively group all species as zoo-pharmacognosy.
Practicing zoopharmacognosy allows domesticated animals to self-medicate. This is done by the use of natural plant extracts.
Offering these extracts to our domesticated animals and allowing them to choose through their innate ability allows them to guide us through a session so they can achieve homeostasis. We offer these remedies in varied forms consisting of essential oils, macerated oils, clays and dried plant (leaf, seed, and root).
By guiding us through a session, the animal has access to and uses the medicinal properties found within these plants.
We do, at times, witness animals highlight possible causes for concern that may need veterinary care and we would be immediate in our response to voice that opinion.
Please note - a zoopharmacognosist is not a vet, we do not and will not diagnose conditions.
Footage of zoo-pharmacognosy
The video left shows an example of a sublingual application of a natural remedy. Part of how animals work naturally to heal themselves (watch the tongue).
This video right is a condensed editing of a zoopharmacognosy session with two orphaned rescue dogs.
Animals have different methods in which they can accept remedies. Orally, under the tongue, inhaled or topically applied to the body. When a remedy has been selected we allow the animal to guide us as to how they would like to receive it.
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