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Is Amyris Essential Oil safe to diffuse around dogs?

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Having a pet at home is surely a thing to be responsible about everything you do. I never knew why my cat acted weird and the universe kinda fell apart when I found that the essential oil in my diffuser is causing it. The same essential oil that made me relax was making my kitty suffer through hell. I asked my vet and she said that generally, diffusing oils is toxic for your pets. Especially when you have a kitty at home, make sure to never use essential oils as cats have a fewer metabolising enzymes in their liver.

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I don’t think amyris essential oil is a good choice if you have a pet at home. Try lavender and cardamom essential oil. I use lavender essential oil all the time and my pug is quite happy with it. No sickness or anything.

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