Aloe Vera For Animals
Why I strongly recommend the use of Aloe Vera for animals and the powerful benefits Aloe Vera can give your pets…
Here I’ll be sharing some interesting information on Aloe Vera for animals. Many people aren’t aware that animals and Aloe Vera can be a good mix. Aloe Vera is very beneficial for your pet’s health.
Almost anyone that you talk to has more than likely heard of the benefits of Aloe Vera for people, but did you know about the benefits of Aloe Vera for your pets and animals?
There are many conditions an animal can have, that can be treated with various Aloe Vera products. Below, you will find a list of common conditions or problems for pets and the benefits of using Aloe Vera.
Applications Of Aloe Vera For Animals…
- Immune System: Many animal diseases start from the immune system such as: asthma, rhinitis, hay fever, lupus and arthritis. Aloe Vera, when taken orally, has proven to be useful for these types of chronic conditions.
- Digestive System: Aloe Vera has been proven to be very helpful with inflammation in the digestive system. It is also good for such conditions as: oral ulcers, stomatitis, and gingivitis. The best for of administering Aloe for these types of conditions would be a gel or spray. Gel is also helpful for more serious conditions such as diarrhea and vomiting.
- Eye and Ear Problems: Mixed infections that are caused by bacteria, mites, yeasts foreign bodies and fungi are usually the culprit for causing the ear condition called otitis externa. Otitis externa is an infection that causes inflammation in both the vertical and horizontal canals of the ear.
- Combining the Aloe Gelly, gel and Bee Propolis, can be very beneficial in the treatment of this condition. Be sure to have the vet look at it if you think there may be a foreign body in the ear.
- Burns and Wounds: Aloe Vera has been a great treatment method for burns and wounds for as long as we all can remember. Applying the gel from the plant directly to the burn or wound speeds healing time immensely.
- Be sure to keep the burn or wound clean and moist with the aloe gel. It may be necessary to protect the area with a bandage but be sure to use caution when removing the bandage so as to not remove new cell growth.
- Skin Conditions: Aloe Vera is great for use on such skin conditions as: Abscesses, Fungal infections, Pyoderma, allergies as well as many different forms of dermatitis.
- When using Aloe Vera for animals, the Aloe can be given orally or used topically by applying it directly to the skin. The aloe helps decrease inflammation and aids in removing the dead cells. These are just a few examples of the use of Aloe Vera for animals.