Extreme Itching Caused Irritation
Author: Elizabeth D.
Skill: Energy Worker
Word Count: 296
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 6183-OR
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My purebred whippet Topaz had been displaying a strange behaviour of nibbling on her paws over the past two weeks. Another one of my dogs had been severly ill with an auto immune disease over the same period, so unfortunately I had not been as attentive to Topaz's discomfort as I normally would.
Last night (4 August 2011) her discomfort was heightened. I had applied Copaiba to a cyst on her neck two weeks before which had resultd in the cyst breaking open and scabbing over. Last night I noticed the scab was still there and had not lifted at all. When her discomfort increased I decided to apply Copaiba to her paws and massage in.
At first she had some relief but then her discomfort increased further. It was so bad I had to put her plastic "Elizabethean" collar on to stop her chewing her paws.
A short while later she could not settle - constantly pacing and thrashing out with one of her back legs. She was obviously in a lot of discomfort so I gave her some pain relief. Being an equine body work practioner I was fairly sure that a lot of Topaz's pacing and leg thrusting was a processing in relation to the impact of the oils on her system.
After about two hours of processing Topaz (now in bed with me!) settled down to sleep for a solid two hours before asking to join the other dogs by the fire in the lounge room.
This morning her energy is much calmer, there is no chewing or signs of discomfort AND the nasty little scab on her neck is finally lifting and coming off! I cannot ascribe this to "coincidence"!
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