|Soap Nuts, Neem leaf, calendula and lavender blossoms.|
|Steeped & cooling.|
|Saponins from Soap Nuts froth when agitated.|
|Strained, the plant matter in the compost.|
|The collar is off, the squeeze-bottles ready.....|
|Not happy about it at all, especially not getting a towel |
(I want it to soak in... that's right, no rinsing).
|The amazing facility of dog fur to dry.|
Vida smells soooo nice now, even though she made herself at home in the dirtiest spots in the yard after her rinse. No itching.....
ADDENDUM: It's been three days and Vida's coat is still soft and lustrous. She's also become more energetic, and her back has become more balanced. So it seems like herbal rinse didn't just clean her skin, it also cleaned her energetic layer near the skin. Refreshing on many levels!
If you're in the San Diego area you can get this or a similar rinse directly from me. If you'd like to make your own you can buy the ingredients online at Mountain Rose Herbs (and yes, if you use this link I will get a percentage from MRH, so it's a nice way to say thanks for the blog).