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Emergency Kit that EVERY barn should have!

Must Haves:
Doterra OnGuard oil
Doterra Oregano oil
Doterra DigestZen oil
Doterra AromaTouch oil
Doterra Lemon oil
5 Gallon Clean Bucket
Small Clean Bucket
24 oz. Spray Bottle
White Cotton Towel
Syringe

OnGuard- The oils in this blend have been proven to kill harmful bacteria, mold, and viruses.
Stalls: Use a 24oz. spray bottle filled with water + 5 drops. Spray all contaminated areas.
Buckets: Use a 24oz. spray bottle filled with water + 5 drops. Spray bucket and wipe clean, rinse and allow to dry.
Trailers: Use a 24oz. spray bottle filled with water + 5 drops. Spray all contaminated areas.
Viral Infections: Put 3 drops in your horses feed or in the syringe. Add water and squirt in mouth. Continue treatment until all symptoms are gone.
Bathing: Using OnGuard foaming wash on your horse helps to boost their immune system and gives you a healthy clean coat all naturally!!

Oregano- This oil is anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-parasitic, an anti-septic to the respiratory system, anti-viral, and immune stimulant.
Stalls: Use a 24oz. spray bottle filled with water + 5 drops. Spray all contaminated areas.
Trailer: Use a 24 oz. spray bottle filled with water + 5 drops. Spray all contaminated areas.
Hooves: Use on Thrush and White Line Disease. Mix 1-2 drops with coconut oil and put directly on infected areas.
Skin: Do not use on skin unless highly diluted with fractioned coconut oil. This is a warm, HOT oil.

DigestZen: This specific blend improves the digestive system. The oils in this blend are known for their abilities in balancing the digestive system and in soothing any digestive ailments.
Colic: 3-4 drops in a syringe + water. Squirt in mouth. You can also rub over flank and stomach area. Repeat every 5 to 10 minutes until symptoms are gone.
Gas: 3-4 drops in a syringe + water. Squirt in mouth.
Ulcers: Add 1 drop in horses feed twice daily.
Worming: Add 1 drop in horses feed twice daily until worms are gone.

Aroma Touch: This blend combines the unique benefits of oils known to provide relaxing and comforting effects. Includes oils: Cypress, Peppermint, Marjoram, Basil, Grapefruit, and Lavender in a perfect blend that adds many important benefits to various massage techniques. Comforting and relaxing effects that helps to lessen tension and adds an aromatic experience to a soothing massage.
Muscles: Use a small bucket + 1/2 gallon of water, 5 drops of oil and a cotton towel. Allow towel to soak in the water and rub over affected areas. Make sure towel remains soaked.
Respiratory: Hold open essential oil bottle under horses nostrils and allow them to smell deeply. Rub 1-2 drops on the horses nose for prolonged aid.
Calming: Hold open bottle under horses nostrils and allow them to smell deeply. Rub 1-2 drops on the horses nose for prolonged aid. Rub 1-2 drops on the horses poll.
Cooling: See Muscles.
Colic: See Muscles.

Lemon: This oil is an antiseptic, antifungal, antioxidant, antiviral, mood booster, cleaning agent, and astringent. One of the most popular oils!
Bad Water: Put 3-5 drops of oil in a five gallon bucket of water, allow horse to drink.
Urinary Tract Infection: Put 3-5 drops of oil in a five gallon bucket of water, allow horse to drink. Continue until symptoms are gone.
Kidney Functions: Put 3-5 drops of oil in a five gallon bucket of water, allow horse to drink.

One thought on “Emergency Kit that EVERY barn should have!

  1. Just be a bit careful with lemon oil and plastics. Lemon and other citrus oils can dissolve some plastics very easily as can be demonstrated with the cheap crinkly type plastic cups. – Fill cup with water leaving a little space at the top. add two or three drops of citrus oil. Within two hours a ring will have been cut through at the level of the surface.

    Clearly this will be a lot slower with a bucket being bigger and a lot thicker but I wouldn’t want any animal I was caring for to be drinking dissolved plastic even in small quantities.

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