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Animal Healing with Australian Bush Flower Essences

Carefully researched and comprehensive, this reference gives extraordinary insights into the emotional world of animals and explores the healing powers of Australian Bush Flower Essences. Providing practical hints for keeping creatures fit and happy as well as dealing with health and behavior problems, this helpful guide offers naturopathic remedies that are both safe and time saving. Exploring a variety of case studies, particular Australian Bush Flower Essences are recommended to support sound management, balanced diet, and exercise by stabilizing the energy that is essential for the well-being of animals. While this handbook focuses primarily on dogs, cats, horses, and birds, more exotic creatures are covered in the Repertory of Symptoms section offered at the close.

Marie Matthews is a writer, an Australian Bush Flower researcher, a tutor for the Bush Essence Correspondence Course, and the editor of the Essence--the newsletter of the Australian Bush Flower Essence Society.

"A wonderful job. Well done. You have emphasized the common problem areas with animal owners with thorough explanation from the animal’s point of view and without judgment."

– Clare Middle, Naturopathic Vet., East Freemantle

"The book you hold in your hands may help you remember some long forgotten truths, truths that our animal friends live with every day."

– Peta Clarke, Animal Training Solutions Australia

"This book is in direct response to the growing need and frequent requests we have from people wishing to enhance the wellbeing and healing of their pets and animals. Marie has tremendous passion, commitment, expertise and knowledge of the Bush Essences, qualities she has brought to her roles as Tutor of our Correspondence Course and Editor of the Bush Essence Newsletter. I highly commend this book."

– Ian White, author of Australian Bush Flower Essences

"Make no mistake about it animals do have emotions. They love, fear, grieve, to mention just a few."

– Catherine Ferguson, Pet Psychic, the Jersey Journal