CBD Oil for Horses
1500 MG - 2500 MG
100% Non Psychoactive
Raw and Organic
No Preservative and Additives
Bottle Size : 30 ml, 50 ml Amber Glass Bottle
Packaging : Biodegradable Jute Potli Bags
# Time required to prepare order for shipment is one day.
Average delivery time
# Average time required for delivery after shipment is usually 4-5 working days.
The CBD craze is in full swing; from CBD oil to CBD balms, from humans to pets, from dogs to cats, eventually and gradually, everyone can get the health benefits of CBD. Does this mean your horse, too, can benefit from this powerful compound? Whether you are an advocate or a skeptic, it is worth learning more about this to understand how well it will work for your horse.
Understanding CBD for Horses
Quoting an experiment done by Colorado State University orthopaedic research centre involving a single horse used CBD to help the owner treat cutaneous (skin) hypersensitivity and mechanical allodynia (a painful sensation caused by an innocuous stimulus, like light touch) in the 4-year-old Quarter Horse mare. Having a history of sensitivity that lasted between 4-5 months, she would violently twitch and sometimes even strike and kick out during grooming in that area. This was concerning mare owners about her becoming dangerous even in her stall. For several months they treated the mare with several medications from anti-inflammatory drugs to magnesium with vitamin B12. The owner ultimately tried CBD with no improvement based on her personal experiences with the product. The mare received 250 milligrams by mouth twice daily to start. Within 36 hours of beginning treatment, the mare started showing a surprising and impressive improvement in her clinical condition. She would permit firm touch over her neck and shoulder and very soon could be logged and tracked without exhibiting any adverse behaviors. While this positive study might make horse owners want to run out and buy CBD, it would first be prudent to learn more about this hemp plant derivative and how Hempstrol's new range for horses in 1500 MG and 2500 MG will help them.
How will CBD for horses work?
Scientifically speaking, the CBD affects your horse through a system in the present in mostly all mammals called the endocannabinoid system. It is responsible for keeping all the other systems functioning normally. Whether the cardiovascular system, digestive system, respiratory system, etc., they can all use a helping hand from our endocannabinoid system.
This specifically works because there are certain receptors that the cannabinoids attach to within the bodies of mammals. They can be activated naturally or by supplementing with CBD Oil. When we use Hemp Extracted CBD, we are removing the chance of any THC, which is the psychoactive compound, binding to the receptors. Knowing this, we may positively influence the Endocannabinoid system by supplementing CBD Oil.
What is the Dosage our horses should be given?
The effects of CBD will start to take effect in five to 15 minutes, removed provided they are being given high-quality CBD. Clinical trials have shown that horses respond well to 20mg to 30mg for behavior/anxiety problems and 50mg to 60mg for pain issues. In a study conducted by Dr. Rob Silver, one of the leading veterinary cannabis experts in the US, it was found that a 50 mg dose was more reliably effective for severe lameness, equine metabolic syndrome and mild to moderate acute laminitis. However, the dosage could be subjective here. That is, some did fine on once-daily dosing, and others did better on twice a day. Note: Studies in horses, dogs, and other animal species are sparse thus, making clear recommendations regarding dosing in animals impossible. Hence, it is suggested to connect with our Veterinarians regarding the dosage you should be giving to your horses.
How to choose a CBD product for your horse?
Extraction Method: There are several different ways to extract CBD. Some companies prefer using methods that use dangerous solvents which leave a residue. CO2 extraction is the preferred method of producing the purest and safest CBD concentrate.
Certificate of Analysis (COA): A COA is the analysis of the CBD product, which is undertaken by an independent lab and will show the accurate amount of cannabinoids and terpenes in the product. Make sure the CBD product you are buying gives you COA along with it.
Inactive Ingredients: Do ensure you read the back of the label for other ingredients that aren’t CBD.
Full or Broad Spectrum: It’s highly recommended that you use a CBD product that is either broad or full spectrum. With full-spectrum, it includes the terpenes and flavonoids found in hemp. These additional compounds improve our horses’ overall benefits from CBD oil.
Hempstrol Quality Promise
We’re proud to say that Hempstrol upholds all the standards given above to the highest practices, and that’s why our full-spectrum CBD oil for horses has been CO2 extracted for highest efficacy and further tested by an independent lab for the highest purity and potency product for our customers. Note: Do they have a proven track record and animal expertise when choosing which company to buy CBD from the check? Whether it is a miracle drug or a useful supplement, CBD-rich hemp products are here to stay. Until more research is available, your best bet is to buy the highest quality products and one such company you can rely on while searching is Hempstrol.
Ultimate CBD Oil for Horses Buying Guide
No. That’s because larger animals have slower metabolism rates than smaller ones. A healthy cat’s heart rate is between 150 to 200 beats per minute; an adult human’s resting heart rate is only 70 to 80 beats per minute, and a horse heart rate is only 30 to 35 beats per minute. A horse can operate more efficiently with a slower metabolism rate and use less energy to get around. What it means for your horse is “by weight” dosage of many medicines can be far lower for horses than for humans, cats or dogs. For example, dogs’ CBD dose for easing anxiety is only 25mg of full-spectrum CBD oil.
In the research, it is noticed that the side effects that arose from using CBD in pets have been mildly elevated liver enzymes when they were given 8-16 times the levels that are usually prescribed. This suggests that many animals can get pain relief without any side effects, provided the CBD is prescribed in proper dosages.
You are hearing CBD every now and then due to the health benefits it is known to provide and the health issues it can deal with. Some mild side effects have been seen in a few cases, such as nausea and tiredness with high dosages (completely harmless). It is always recommended to talk to your veterinarian about CBD before using it.
Being used medicinally for thousands of years, the cannabis plant has two principal compounds- THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol). THC is part of the cannabis plant, powerful, effective medicine for chronic pain but is psychoactive. By contrast, CBD does not have profound psychoactive effects compared to THC. At low doses given by Hempstrol, it is very effective for soothing the nervous system without affecting cognition or balance in the body.