White Elk Creations
Due to Covid, White Elk Is Closed, we hope to reopen early in 2021
For the love of dogs
According to Wikipedia the use of plant, roots, minerals predates human history. It says humans were using plant medicals during the Paleolithic period approximately 60,000 years ago. ( en .m Wikipedia.org)
Scientists now believe that wild animals, of which the wild dog (wolf) is part of, overtime became more and more adapt at knowing which pants and possibly what part of a plant could be used if they were ill, given they had the largest medical chest available to them, mother earths plants, mineral, roots, bones.
Modern dogs, most being so domesticated no longer forage for medical herbs, but I assume it is in some part of their DNA, as you often see a dog eating grass, not just because they like it, but because they need to throw up to ease a stomach issue.
Many of us in the herbal industry are constantly researching and formulating products to help our less wild companion dogs, and it has been a struggle because until recently conventional medicine and pharmacopoeia refused to acknowledge they was any value in herbals. Now is seems and gratefully so, that these same companies and agencies see the value, and in so many cases now are using and marketing herbal blends.
White Elk Creations will slowing be moving out of the cbd herbal market and going back to the basic herbals we started with in 2010. We have seen over the years, what our two major formulas, the chronic pain and the nervine how much good they can do. We are improving the formulas and plan to expand on more in-depth research related to both.
My company is White Elk Creations, my goal is to create tinctures and body products for general well-being for our pet companions and their caretakers.
Our best dog product to date,Why? First it was created for my use on my issues with nerve pain, deep pain, poor sleep, and tension. Second working with all my dogs and those of people who now use the nervine, and several veterinarians who refer out for our product, we have found out dogs have similar issues and are helped by trying the nervine. Another issues that seems to be helped by the nervine, according to customer’s information is minor seizures, and help with increased appetite.
As always with any herb, I suggest you ask your vet about any supplements before using, also view the contraindication section on our sight, to see if this is acceptable for your best friend.
There are a handful of wonderful alternative veterinarians that are open and willing to work with us when it comes to to herbs, but others not so much and who often have stinging criticism, I hope that changes, as they realize they can offer alternatives to their clients, often at a lower cost without the side effects.
Muscle Balm Salve: This muscle balm is amazing! it has a history of doing good things since 2002, and again like all the products White Elk carries, I created for issues I have, due to arthritis (told lupus) so muscle pain, foot pain, constant bone pain, more so with my knee implant, shoulder pins.
The salve is analgesic, so it works on inflammation issues related to joint pain, arthritic pain, and muscle twitching.
Place a bit on the temple area when stuffed up, and great rub for colds and flu. Great for feet at night, and it feels good. NEVER cover the salve, put socks on and never on any open cut, spore or wound.
We will be allowing only a few retail outlets for our area, you can order by the box from them, please support our local retail outlets and our company so we can keep manufacturing product for wellness for our companion buddies. If you’re a retailer we are always looking for new companies.