Cat Tooth Was Hanging Out
Author: Christine C.
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Testimonial ID: 1432-OR
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Tatters, my 16 year old cat knocked his front right canine tooth and it was hanging out of his mouth. He would not let me look at it to see what happened, but he allowed me to put Helichrysum on his front paw - massive pain killer - high sesquiterpenes, monoterpenes, terpenes which the French medical use is for blood cleansing, and can be used for tissue pain, regenerate tissue, and scar tissue. It's the strongest pain killer I have.
I originally tried PanAway, but it has Clove in it, and that's not the best for cats - so as Heilchrysum has no offending phenols, it seems to be doing the trick. He appeared grateful when I got the oil each morning, so that was the best signal.
Once again with all infections I use ROSEWOOD on him - he's accustomed to it on his back paw - (too close to the face is too much like a flower for my man..) but it monoterpenols are antibacterial, antifungal, antiinfectious and antiviral so it will not become infected, but will drain the infection as it has in his last altercations.
When the infection and pain reduced, he let me see what is going on. It might have been bothering him for a while because he originally liked a new food, then pulled the bag out on his older food which is much softer. The purrs were never ending when I put HEILCHRYSUM on - then he can eat. He looked a bit miserable, and just wanted to sleep after I oiled him. He's was not very active. I added Rosewood to address the internal drainage.
A couple of days later, the tooth disappeared, and there was 'mouth odor' so I applied Wintergreen directly - or as close as I could get to the 'missing tooth area'. He sucked his lips quite a bit, I copied him, showing him that is how I do it too, he duplicated the action, and we agreed that it was a bit strong. I continued this treatment for about 4 days, and now the offending odors appear to be gone. His temperment is back to normal, so I think its a good fix.
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