4 Paws flower essence blend is made from wild-crafted flower essences at White Sage Landing in Arizona. It is co-created in ceremony, and the final essence is activated for 11 hours and 11 minutes in our crystalline healing energy circuit.
It is a vibrational remedy, which contains only the combined flower frequencies. It has only minimal traces of actual plant material.
This type of remedy does not interact with pharmaceuticals, cause side effects, or have a direct physical effect on the body.
Flower essences and vibrational remedies work on emotional, mental, and spiritual levels, to clear and balance energetic factors which play a part in our physical well-being.
About Vibrational Remedies
Dosage level remedies are pre-blended at a dosage level dilution. They are ready to use just as they are. They come in a 30 ml glass dropper bottle for easy dosing.
They can be dropped directly on the pet’s nose or lips to be licked off, or added to food or drinking water for use.
Stock level remedies are for practitioners and those who like to blend and dilute their own remedies. They must be diluted for use. For information on making and blending your own remedies, see this link.
Internal–oral-put just a drop or two in pet’s water, or drop inside animal’s lips or on their nose so they can lick it off. (Do not contaminate the bottle by touching dropper to nose, lips, or tongue).
External—may be added to skin care products for energetic benefits. Dilute in distilled or natural spring water, or hydrosol for direct skin application.
Ingredients: Filtered activated spring water, salt, (possible trace of botanical flower material). Contains no other ingredients.
- Generally recognized as safe at normal dosage.
- Flower essences are vibrational remedies. They are homeopathic. They contain only the energetic signature of the plant, mineral, or star from which they are made, and pure artesian spring water.
None of our products are recognized or approved by the FDA. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. This information is anecdotal, and is provided for educational purposes only. It is not meant to be taken as medical advice. See a health care professional for medical advice.