Using The Zyto Compass Scanner On Horses
I wanted to take a few moments to share with you the new tool I recently acquired to help support our natural wellness program at home for my family and for our horses and other animals. The Zyto Compass uses a form of biofeedback called galvanic skin response (GSR) to test your bodies responses against pre-loaded product databases that are contained within the Compass software. Using this device, I’m able to make better choices on what supplements and/or essential oils to add to our individual routines based on our body’s own preferences.
With this device, I can pre-load a specific natural wellness company’s product database (there are over 15 companies to choose from – choose as many as you like), and the scanner will test 76 biomarkers in the body against the products loaded in the database. It then outputs a comprehensive report letting you know which products bring the most “out-of-normal-range” markers back into a normal range. The new Zyto Balance also provides a breakdown of the 4 Core Systems and what stressors are affecting them.
I’ve been running scans on many people and animals I know (friends, family and clients). So far I’ve been quite impressed with the selections offered by the Zyto based on my personal knowledge of the individuals I ran the scans on. If you are going to use the Zyto Compass, it’s important to keep in mind that the device is not a medical device, nor is it diagnosing or prescribing. It is simply letting you know what your body’s individual preferences may be based on these biofeedback responses.
Below is a video demonstration on how to use the Zyto Compass Scanner on horses and going through the results from the scan with my own horse’s session report results. Then, in the second video I walk you through offering some of the suggested essential oils to the horse and what kinds of responses to look for in determining additions to your horse’s wellness program.
Video Demonstration On Using Zyto Scan On A Horse
What To Look For When Selecting Essential Oils For Horses
Let’s face it, even if you were just looking at essential oils alone, the wealth of choices is daunting indeed. Just think about how many plants are represented in essential oils, not to mention the blends! The Zyto Compass is an easy to use, very affordable way to take the guesswork out of which essential oils and supplements to try next. In addition to helping you on a personal level, it can also be added to your list of professional services to help enhance your business. For bodyworkers and natural health professionals offering scans is an excellent way to support your existing and prospective clients in meeting their wellness goals. Plus Zyto Compass offers a generous affiliate program (of which I’m a proud affiliate!) to help you quickly recoup the cost of your device as you share its benefits with others.
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The information in this article is not meant to diagnose, treat or cure any condition or illness. Nor is it meant replace proper veterinary care. It is meant for educational purposes only. Always consult your chosen veterinary professional before starting your horse or other animal on any therapy.
Lisa Carter is a Certified Equine Massage Therapist (CEMT), with multiple certifications from several different equine bodywork schools. She incorporates her knowledge and experience with Parelli Natural Horsemanship, equine bodywork, using essential oils for animals and as a veterinary technician to provide her clients with the resources they need to make informed decisions for their horses. She encourages and facilitates network building between equine health care professionals, working together to find the best combination of therapies to meet the needs of the “whole horse”.
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