Features April 2005 Issue

Hydrosols Used in Canine Aromatherapy

Hydrosols are the newest and most gentle canine aromatherapy.

Most essential oils used in aroma-therapy are obtained by steam distillation, at the end of which a small amount of essential oil is extracted from a large amount of water. But that isn’t just any water, for the liquid that condenses after steam drives volatile material from blossoms, stems, leaves, fruit, roots, or seeds is itself an aromatic substance with significant healing properties.

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