Homeopathic Pharmacy

The Art of Dosing Animals CONTACT
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Homeopathic Creams and Gels

Learn how to make your own homeopathic creams, gels, lotions, sprays, oils, salves and poultices for external applications in the treatment of pets. You will learn how to formulate recipes that can speed healing of surgical sites, broken bones, bruising, wounds and help to help ease the animal's pain.

The book gives detailed recipes and explains their homeopathic preparations for external use.

There are many 'vehicles' that can be used as a base for external applications of homeopathic remedies. They should be safe for animals and harmless regarding their action on the organism. They should also not disturb the medicinal action of the homeopathic remedy in any way. They should also be capable of holding the dynamic powers of the remedy at the external site. The formula should be edible and must preserve the medicine's substance. The formula should also contain an antibacterial property.
Example Base Ingredients

  • Olive oil
  • Almond oil
  • Sesame oil
  • Rosemary oil
  • White soft paraffin
  • Vegetable lard
  • Glycerine
  • Flax
  • Bees wax
  • Coconut oil
  • Shea Butter
  • Rose water
  • Distilled water

Below are a just a few of the products you can make from the book:

  • Calendula cream, oil, lotion, spray
  • Hypercal cream, lotion, spray
  • Arnica cream, gel and lotion
  • Ruta cream
  • Ear oil
  • Eye drops


"I've saved ten times over what I paid for the book in just making my own homeopathic creams. I use a lot of Hypercal and calendula cream and following the instructions, it was easy to make my own. It works just as well as what I was buying at high dollar from Boiron Homeopathics. You can't go wrong, this is an awesome book." - Judith, KC