Aloe Vera for Animals
The History of Aloe
The use of Aloe Vera is not something that is new. It has been helping humans and animals for over 4000 years. It was used by numerous civilisations of the ancient world from the ancient Greeks and Romans, to the peoples of Egypt, China and India.
Traders first brought Aloe Vera to London in 1693 and throughout the 18th and 19th centuries Aloe remained a popular medicine.
In 1844, the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons was founded and due to Aloe Vera being used widely for the treatment of animals, the college chose to have Aloe Vera on its coat of arms. If you look closely, you will see that Centaur, who is known as the mythical healer, is carrying a shield with a picture of Aloe Vera Barbadensis Miller on it. The use of Aloe Vera did however, fall from favour for both humans and animals and it is only in the last 30 years or so that it’s many benefits have been recognised again.
Aloe for Animals
Caring for your animals has never been so easy with Forever’s Aloe Veterinary Formula. This product is something to keep handy in your first aid kit at the stables as well as at home for use on your other pets.
This easy-to-apply spray is ideal for soothing irritations, cleansing areas before applying dressings or to achieve a glossy and conditioned coat after bathing.
This gentle formula can be diluted to cleanse irritated eyes or to clean dirty ears.
It can also be used as a soothing leg wash to provide protection after exercise.
Distributor Sandy Cowley says, “my miniature Jack Russell has lots of allergies and I find spraying her with the Aloe Veterinary Formula after bathing her in the Aloe Hand and Face Soap, really helps to soothe the irritation.”
You can contact Sandy to find out more on tel: 07801 435395 or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.