GI Goe™ NEAT (undiluted) provides support for intestinal concerns, diarrhea, vomiting, indigestion, colic, nausea, and motion or car sickness.
How to use GI Goe™:
Apply G.I. Goe using the Petting Method by dripping 1-3 drops into your hands, rubbing them together until there is a light coating of oil on your hands, then pet your dog down their back, sides, and onto their abdomen.
Usage: Twice a day or more frequently can be used. Starting with less is advisable.
Very light amounts are needed, and it is not important to get large amounts onto the bare areas of the abdomen. Application of the oil to feet or ears is not recommended.
GI Goe can be used orally if topical is not effective.
For severe car sickness, a drop or two directly into the mouth prior to a car ride, can greatly help with nausea. The taste is not always desirable to dogs, and they may salivate, but often this is the next most effective way to use the blend for car sickness, if petting was not enough.
Dogs that are sensitive or new to essential oils should start with 1-2 drops. You want to create a positive experience, and not overwhelm them - the added time to slowly build up concentrations of essential oil use can be worth it.
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Essential Oils of Peppermint (Mentha piperita), Ginger (Zingiber officinalis), Marjoram (Origanum majorana), Copaiba (Copaifera officinalis), Anise (Pimpinella anisum), Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare), Basil (Ocimum basilicum), Juniper (Juniperus communis), Tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus), Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin)
Peppermint: Reduces pain and inflammation and provides inflammatory pain relief.
Ginger: Helps support a healthy digestive system and eases nausea. Can reduce unwanted muscle spasms and help manage minor pain and inflammation. Boosts a compromised immune system and help support proper lung function. Warms and stabilizes the mind.
Marjoram: Comforts and warms the mind and spirit, calms the mind especially from obsessive thinking, emotional grief, or times of distress. Important to the respiratory tract as an anti-infectious, antibacterial, antiseptic, analgesic, expectorant, and diuretic (flushing excess fluids).
Copaiba: A very powerful anti-inflammatory and antibacterial that helps relieve pain and provides pro-healing abilities.
Anise: Helpful to reduce pain and inflammation and support the lungs and ease an upset stomach or resolve other digestive issues. Helps to reduce unwanted muscle spasms and reduce the presence of viral activity. It is uplifting and comforting especially in a fearful situation or when the animal is withdrawing. It will provide inner strength and mental clarity.
Fennel: An effective antispasmodic helpful to ease unwanted muscle spasms especially for the digestive or respiratory systems, helps to support the digestive system and can relieve nausea, bloating, indigestion, and constipation. help ease unwanted muscle spasms, especially relating to the digestive system or if one is experiencing a spastic cough. Can reduce the presence of unwanted bacteria or fungal activity. Helps to soothe inflammation and stimulate the lymphatic system. A natural antioxidant. Helps to calm and encourage and provide mental clarity and courage.
Basil: Has antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory actions as well as aids in blood flow.
Juniper: Support the renal (kidney), pancreatic, and nervous systems.
Tarragon: A very strong oil that is helpful to ease muscle spasms throughout the body and especially those relating to the colon and digestive system and respiratory system. Known to be a sedative it will help strengthen, protect and calm the mind and help with sleep support. Especially effective after a stock or an intense emotional event. A strong and potent oil that should be used for only short periods of time (3-4 days at a time or 1x a month).
Patchouli: A great natural deodorizer and antibacterial that helps to balance overthinking and worry, reduce stress, depression and anxiety.