Some of you may know me, Lisa Cannata-Willams as the Secretary/Manager of the Silverwood Horse shows. I am an FEI dressage rider, and My retired FEI horse Miko has laminitis, and I would do anything to help him. I read a lot about CBD but at $90 for 5 oz, I could not afford to give him enough to help him. I was determined to find a way to make CBD affordable! This CBD for Horses and CBD for Dogs is formulated by a Vet and has been analyzed to have been analyzed for CBD content . The horse pellets (you can give to dogs too) are easy to feed and dose! People are using CBD for Pain, anxiety, stress, gastro, and more. Not to mention the astounding effects it has on controlling seizers in dogs!
CBD Hemp Pellets are a safe and simple solution to lameness or anxiety or performance enhancement for many horses. In Independent Trials, by Equine Veterinarians, many horses benefited from the CBD found in Hippie Critter domestically grown hemp. for horses hippie horse CBD for Horses, CBD for Dogs
What is the difference between cannabinoids and phytocannabinoids? Cannabinoids are a diverse class of chemical compounds that occur naturally in the body (endocannabinoids). In contrast, phytocannabinoids are the primary chemical compounds found in all cannabis plants. Research has shown that introducing external phytocannabinoids, like those naturally occurring in hemp plants, could be useful to support a variety of health issues.
How do you use CBD products? You must first decide on the delivery method that is best for you. Extracts of CBD—either from marijuana or hemp are sold as an oil or in tinctures. For humans you can also get CBD via a transdermal patch, capsule, sublingual spray, gel, cream, or vapor. Some contain pure CBD extract ( tincture, capsule, edible or salve). Each has it’s benefits but most people decide based on preference of how they want to take the products. Do you mind the taste? Do you prefer capsules? Are you just looking for topical relief? How much a person takes depends on their needs and a serving size depends on the delivery method. A therapeutic dose is generally speaking, 5 to 10 mg per dose. For tincture use, you use a bulb to take the tincture because it is in a liquid form. You depress the bulb of the dropper once (the dropper itself will fill about halfway) for a single serving. A single capsule or gummie also equals one serving. It’s generally recommended that you begin with one serving in the morning and the evening. Try it for a few days and increase mindfully as appropriate. Salves are used on your skin and can be used on an as needed basis. In your pets (which include horses) the products are dosed by body weight. For dogs 1 mg CBD per 10 lbs of animal weight. (Example serving: a 30 lb. dog would need .75 ml serving). This can be applied to the food or in a treat. In horses it is usually (25 mg CBD) per 250 lbs of animal weight. (Example serving: a 1000 lb. horse would need 4 ml per serving.) The product comes with a dose syringe. There are also CBD horse treats out there as well. What is Full Spectrum and Why is it so Important? Agricultural hemp is an incredible plant that contains over 100 different phytonutrients and phytocannabinoids. And the best way to benefit from this amazing bounty of nature is to utilize as much of the plant as possible in a finished product. Only full-spectrum hemp oil can deliver the “entourage effect” which refers to the combined effect of the phytocannabinoids, and the other compounds like terpenes, and flavonoids, found in the hemp plant, working together in synergy in your body as a result. How Can I Be Sure I’m Getting What I’m Paying For? Over the last few years, the market for CBD hemp oil, hemp tinctures and other hemp products has growth at an incredible pace. This rapid growth means it’s easier than ever to find and order CBD products online, creating more options for consumers. However, it also means that there’s been a significant rise in the sale of CBD products that, for all intents and purposes, just aren’t worth the money. A 2017 JAMA paper reported that almost 70 percent of all CBD products sold online do not contain the amount of CBD stated on the label. If you’re searching for high quality CBD hemp products, it’s important to know what to look for. Below, are three key features that you should look out for when buying hemp oil, hemp tinctures and other products to make sure you only ever get the best quality and value for your money.
What is CBD? and how is it different from marijuana?
What is the Hemp plant in CBD products and is it legal? Industrial hemp is classified as the non-psychoactive cannabis sativa plant and is grown legally in over 25 states under the Federal Farm Bill Section 7606. Industrial hemp plants must be inspected and certified as such by the state in which they are grown. Hemp-derived supplements are treated like any other supplement. Despite the laws regulating production, these supplements are legal to purchase and use in all 50 states, and no travel restrictions exist. Hemp-derived supplements are also safe for children and legal to give them. (As with any supplement, adult supervision is advised.) As for your horse, according to researchers at Kentucky Equine Research (KER) Hemp oil contains Omega-3 fatty acids, which are known for their health benefits. The nervous system of both mature and immature horses also benefits from Omega-3’s, as supplementation decreases stress, improves learning and cognition, and staves off the development of stereotypic behaviors, such as cribbing.” Unfortunately, the CBD products are listed as a banned substance for horses under USEF and FEI rules in recognized competitive events, so if you plan to compete in those, these are a no-no.
Essence of Well Being CBD begins with certified organic hemp. Expert extraction is done via advanced ethanol processes which guarantee native terpenes remain intact. Their extraction partner located in Denver, Colorado has developed an industry first extraction that maintains detectable levels of CBG. They finish the product with a choice of flavors in a stable MCT oil base.
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