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"Essential Oils for Horses" Recipe Tear Pad (25 Sheets)


A horse of course could use essential oils! Learn essential oil safety for horses and make your own horse care products with these simple recipes.


A horse of course could use essential oils!The front of this sheet discusses essential oil safety and the many ways horses can benefit from essential oils. The back includes 16 spray recipes and 3 ointment variations.

Recipes: Anxious, Bugs, Breathe, "Crud" Buster, Digestion, Energy, Focus, Hot Hoof, Intense Immunity, Itch Relief, Joint/Tendon/Ligament, Healthy Hoof, Lumps & Bumps, Moody Mare, Muscles, and Skin Soother.

Recipe sheets are great to give as class handouts or with samples. A convenient tear pad keeps them in order and good condition.

For these recipes you will need eleven 2 oz. spray bottles, two 1 oz. spray bottles, two 4 oz. spray bottles, and one 16 oz. spray bottle. You can use our "Essential Oils for Horses" Assorted Label Set for the spray bottle recipes on this sheet. These labels help you identify your different sprays or prepare bottles of the same spray as gifts.

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Contents:25 double-sided sheets.

Dimensions: 8½" wide x 11" tall (¼" deep pad).

Ingredients Needed (not included):

  • Essential oils needed for blends–basil, cardamom, cedarwood, cinnamon, Clary sage, clove, coriander, cypress (white or balsam), eucalyptus, fennel, frankincense, geranium, ginger, lavender, lemongrass, marjarom, melaleuca, melissa, myrrh, orange, oregano, peppermint, petitgrain, Roman chamomile, rosemary, sage, sandalwood, spikenard, thyme, vetiver, and ylang ylang.
  • Other ingredients needed for blends–apple cider vinegar, carrier oil, distilled water, natural dish soap, solid coconut oil, and vitamin E oil.