The presence of more than two or three fleas (and/or any other pest/parasite for that matter) should be viewed as an indicator of an animal’s overall, general health. Yes, you read that right … Parasites in general, and fleas in particular, are most attracted to the WEAK, Unhealthy or very young animal whose immune system is not functioning at full capacity.
The long-term solution to a flea (or any pest/parasite) problem is quite simply to reduce your pet’s susceptibility to an infestation of fleas, ticks, intestinal worms, etc. is first and foremost by improving the function of his/her immune system.
This is done by:
- feeding a raw, species specific diet
- removing all toxic chemical based products, used in the home, in the garden/yard and on or in the dog itself.
- proper daily exercise
- time in the sunshine and on clean dirt and grass
- creating a stress free environment
Thus, building and maintaining a strong immune system.
The immune system is a network of glands, nodes, and organs that work to protect the body from bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other harmful organisms.
The immune system requires a constant supply of energy and nutrients to maintain optimum function and performance. Toxins in the environment, improper diet, lack of or excessive exercise, and any constant stress can all adversely effect the function of the immune system and can cause a decline in its’ proper activity.
Without the immune system functioning at optimum levels, the body’s energetic, electrical frequencies become low and the body becomes subject to illness, infections and other health problems.
When the immune system is functioning properly, the body’s egergitic frequiencies natural, built flow freely, and the body has an awesome ability to resist dis-ease. But when the immune system’s energy is blocked or unbalanced our pets become vulnerable to illness, pests and parasites.
Everything dogs experience, from the quality of afternoon sunlight and a meal of fresh, raw, pasture raised animals to an upsetting afternoon spent with an impatient person, can actually affect their immune balance.
Every cell, tissue and organ within the body has its own vibratory frequency or “resonance”.
Pathogens have a low frequency. Pollutants – both particulate and radiation (EMF) – lower a healthy frequency. Processed food, vaccines, chemical based medications, etc., having a frequency of zero will greatly diminish the body’s frequency.
Even thoughts and feelings have a vibratory quality that forms a measurable frequency. A negative mental state can lower a person’s or animal’s frequency. The normally harmonious coherent frequencies of the body can easily go out of “tune” whenever our dogs (or ourselves) experience physical or emotional stress. A blockage of the flow of life energy – characterized by inflammation, irritation and illness – often result. When dis-ease and illness are present, they may manifest as chemical imbalances.
But underlying this is a bio-electromagnetic imbalance that has altered the specific vibrational frequencies of molecules, cells, tissues and organs within the body.
Properly “retuning” the body to its original frequency brings it into balance and restores its natural harmonic resonance – illness either doesn’t manifest or is resolved.
A substance with a higher frequency can raise a lower frequency due to the principle of entrainment – the tendency for two oscillating bodies to lock into phase so that they vibrate in harmony. This principle is key to understanding the effect that raw, species specific foods, essential oils, organically grown, wild harvested herbs and grounding in the sunshine can have on electromagnetic frequency in the body.
So, whether the parasites or pests you are seeing on or in your dogs are: fleas, ticks, intestinal worms or even heartworms, they are present in larger numbers because they are all naturally attracted to animals with low bioenergetic frequencies. You see, parasites actually do have a purpose in life, they are nature’s way of cleaning up dirty/toxic blood.
Once the pest/parasite tastes the blood or body fluids of a weak or sick animal, they have found a place to set up house so to speak and will breed and quickly multiply!
On the other hand, once a pest/parasite tastes the blood and/or body fluid of a healthy animal they pretty quickly leave! The blood of a healthy animal with a strong immune system does not taste good them so they move on to another animal.
When you see just one or two ticks or two or three fleas on your dog, DON’T PANIC. They don’t stay long, they will taste your dog’s blood and not hang around. Usually no flea or tick killer is necessary.
Natural pest deterrents such as essential oils or bioenergetic flea and tick tags do a good job of preventing even the two or three from hopping aboard to sample the fare.
Just be sure to only use essential oils from a reputable company that constantly tests their oils for safety and purity. Not all essential oils are created equal and some have been know to make dogs sick and even cause death.
I personally have used and suggested the use of Young Living Essential oils for over 20 years now. They are the only oils I can recommend since I have personally proven them to be extremely safe to use on and around animals. (even on and around my 22 year old African Grey Parrot and cat).
A year or two ago, I began recommending a bio-energetically charged Flea And Tick Tag to my puppy families if they did not want to get into using essential oils. They work best on puppies/dogs that don’t have any fleas or ticks present. They are made to deter the pests from ever getting on the animal, they do not kill any fleas or ticks already present.
If you want any more information on the Flea and Tick tag or Young Living Essential oils, just drop me a private message or an email.