Bach Flower Remedies, Dog or Cat Food Recipe


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Bach Flower Remedies

Each Bach Remedy is directed at a particular characteristic or emotional state; just select based on your feelings.


“Bach Flower Remedies”, the magic of plant spirit medicine. Dr. Edward Bach was a noted homeopath in the 1920's and 1930's who discovered a system of flower remedies that help us rediscover the positive side of ourselves. He believed in the importance of attitude in maintaining health and recovery from illness. His 38 Flower Remedies are prepared from the flowers of wild plants, trees and bushes. They work by treating the individual, rather than the disease or its symptoms.


Stephanie also offers the healing knowledge from her training in the Bach Flower Remedies in 2010; a certificate course with a Bach Flower Practitioner and Teacher. Stephanie will use the knowledge and experience learned in this course to augment her already vast understanding of healing and nutrition for your pet.


The “Bach Flower Essences” gently help us to help ourselves with healing and balancing. Flower Essences align us with our inner virtues in times of stress, uncertainty, life transitions, self development and illness. The Bach Flower Essences are great for children or adults, as well as your pets. Why not let your pet experience the preventative and supportive nature of Flower Essences?


Animals experience emotions such as: fear, anger, jealousy, or depression. Since they can not tell us, we can look for unusual behavior as a sign of something wrong.

Recipe for Dog or Cat Food

Here is one of my favorite recipes because you can use it for both dogs and cats by simply altering the amount of protein versus carbohydrates. For dogs the recipe is one third of each of the ingredients combined. For cats you simply add more protein, making it two thirds protein and one third carbs and vegetables. Don't be afraid to experiment by using different meats, grains and vegetables.


Lamb and Rice Diet: Chicken, beef, turkey and organ meats can be substituted as well carrots, celery, parsnips, etc for the veggies.

Steam or fry meat lightly in 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil (olive, sunflower or safflower oil); add the rice and veggies. Just before serving mix in the ½ cup of yogurt. This can be made in batches and frozen to be used throughout the week.


Being creative with meals for your pet can be very rewarding both for you and your pet. Your pet will love you for the home cooked meal.


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