First Aid Kit

$198.00

Our First Aid Kit is a wonderful, well-presented, timber box, which contains most of the medicines that would be needed to help you provide first aid for your animal.

There are 15 different homeopathic medicines, all in convenient liquid form ready to give straight into the mouth or into food and drink.

The kit also contains a detailed instruction card so that you can match the symptoms with the included remedy and treat acute illnesses and injuries sustained at home until Veterinary advice can be sought.

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Pet First Aid Kit Homeopathy Essential Oils

This wonderful timber box has most of the medicines needed to help you provide first aid for your animal.

There are 15 different homeopathic medicines, all in convenient liquid form ready to give straight into the mouth or into food and drink. Medicines including RRA for injury, Belladonna for fever and pain, and Sarsparilla for bladder trouble. There is some Aconite and Rescue Remedy for fear and fright, and a special mix for diarrhoea. Included are a few important medicines to help with abscesses or bleeding or punctures or allergies.

Pet, Cat & Dog First Aid Kit Homeopathy Essential Oils

There is also some antiseptic with swabs and bandages for injuries, and soothing Calendula spray for lacerations, wounds and rashes. To help with poisonings we have included washing soda crystals to make your dog vomit, and some charcoal and slippery elm to soothe the gut lining and help expel any toxins.

The kit also contains a detailed instruction card so that you can match the symptoms with the included remedy and treat acute illnesses and injuries sustained at home until veterinary advice can be sought.

First Aid Kit - How to use

In the below video Dr Henry Stephenson walks through our Essential Natural Remedies First Aid Kit explaining all 24 items included in the kit and how to use them. If you have already purchased the kit, or you are interested in learning more about the kit, then this video is essential viewing. This is also a great resource for you to reference at a later date if and when you need to accurately treat your own animal at home.