WILD EARTH ANIMAL ESSENCES 5918441_orig.jpg

Since 1996, Wild Earth Animal Essences ® have been helping people around the world deepen their connection with themselves and their world. These vibrational essences are natural, energetic remedies that are made during a ceremonial process in the Blue Ridge Mountains of the USA. This ceremonial process includes attuning with and invoking the spirit of the animal involved.

** No animals are captured or harmed in the development of these remedies. They contain no animal parts. **

How are Wild Earth Animal Essences made?

The essences are made during a ceremonial process in the Virginia wilderness. This ceremonial process includes attuning with and invoking the spirit of the animal involved. The resulting liquid contains the energy of the animal but does not contain any animal parts.

When one takes an animal essence, it is the consciousness of the animal that interacts with our own consciousness. This interaction occurs in a gentle, supportive way.

What else is in the essences?

Along with the energy of the animal, each essence contains distilled water and brandy (40%) as a vibrational preservative. Without the brandy, the vibration would quickly dissipate. (If you are alcohol sensitive, drops may be added to a cup of boiling water and the alcohol will quickly evaporate.)

How much and how often do I take the essences?

There are many ways to take the essences, and you can experiment and do what feels right to you. We recommend taking 5-7 drops, 3-4 times per day, but not with food. Of course, you may take them more or less frequently if you wish. With vibrational remedies, it is best to take them more frequently rather than taking more drops at any given time. Taking more drops is not harmful, just wasteful. It is fine to take two essences at a time if you wish.

Vibrational remedies may be taken in a variety of ways. You may take them orally, by diluting them in a small glass of water, or they may be taken directly under your tongue. They are also just as effective by adding them to a warm bath. The effects of the remedies are heightened by quiet reflection and meditation upon the animal’s qualities.