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Special Interview: Ethical Treatment of Animals

Caroline Ingraham, Interview XecutivesCaroline Ingraham, born 1960, is the founder of Applied Zoopharmacognosy - a word derived from the ancient Greek „zoo“, „pharmaco“ (remedy) and ‘gnosis’ (knowing) - which involves identifying animal self-medicative behaviour in the wild and applying this understanding to the use of aroma therapeutic remedies for domestic animals by trained professionals. She has spent the last three decades observing and investigating how animals heal themselves through their own instinctive use of plant substances. Caroline Ingraham studied the use of essential oils with Robert Tisserand when she was 22 and then later, their scientific therapeutic properties with EROC in France, and is now regarded as the world authority on essential oils and plants with animals. She has written many full-length books and manuals on these topics. Ms. Ingraham has been an impassioned advocate for the ethical treatment of animals her entire life. In this interview with Christian Dueblin, Ms. Ingraham discusses why her strategy of using essential oils and plant extracts can work more effectively and holistically with the individual animal when veterinarian techniques have not helped, as well as how this change in perspective of viewing the animals themselves as ‘active’ self-healers rather than ‘passive’ recipients of conventional pharmaceutical approaches is a more humane way to treat them.
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