HolistaPet CBD Oil for Horses is formulated with pure CO2 extracted Full Spectrum CBD Oil and Hemp Seed Oil. This creates a powerful concentration of CBD that you can easily give to your horse. Apply the hemp oil drops directly into your horse’s mouth or coat your horse’s favorite food or snack. Quickly absorbs into the body to help provide fast relief.
Our hemp oil for horses is always 100% organic and vegan with absolutely no GMOs. We believe that all pets deserve only the highest quality in healthy ingredients, just as we humans do.
- Hempseed Oil – Boosts immune system. Promotes healthy skin and coat.
- CBD Oil (Cannabidiol) – May promote overall wellness.
- CBD Oil for Horses 7500 MG – Bottle Size: 120ml / 4 oz. | 1 ml = 62.5 mg CBD
CBD dosage is dependent on body weight and the type of condition which you are using it for.
To view the recommended dosing for this product, visit our CBD Dosing Chart.
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What is Cannabidiol?
CBD oil is a derivative of the hemp plant. It belongs to a class of chemical compounds known as cannabinoids. All mammalian bodies naturally produce certain cannabinoids. Cannabinoids that naturally occur in the body are known as “endocannabinoids” (Anandamide, 2-arachidonoylglycerol, 2-arachidonyl glyceryl ether, etc.). CBD, however, is considered to be a phytocannabinoid.
Phytocannabinoids come from sources outside the mammalian body. Hemp is an example of a plant with high levels of phytocannabinoids. Farmers grow and harvest hemp for its high level of CBD production. Most research and studies revolve around the phytocannabinoids CBD and THC. This is because experts believe these cannabinoids have the most potential.
Potential Benefits of CBD Oil for Horses
Cannabidiol (CBD) is produced naturally by the hemp plant. Recent studies have found how CBD works with your horse’s endocannabinoid system to potentially help improve overall health.
CBD oil is a great way to ensure your horse receives the benefits of Cannabidiol. Veterinarians nationwide are recommending HolistaPet CBD as the top holistic choice for helping promote a healthy life for your four-legged friend.
HolsitaPet offers the best hemp oil for horses backed with our 100% satisfaction guarantee or your money back, no questions asked.
Do Horses Have an Endocannabinoid System?
Yes! All mammals including horses have an endocannabinoid system (ECS). This regulatory system in the horse’s body is comprised of cannabinoid receptors.
The two basic types of receptors are:
- CB1 receptors – located primarily in the horse’s nervous system.
- CB2 receptors – located primarily in the horse’s gut and immune system.
The ECS helps to regulate many essential functions of the body and maintain a natural and healthy balance. This natural balance is known as “homeostasis”. The ECS is a governing system that helps regulate the nervous system, digestive system, mood response, appetite, metabolism, immune health, inflammatory response, and more.
Interestingly enough, the vast majority of all animals have an ECS. This includes really primitive species that have very basic anatomies. Biologists have identified that the most basic animal with an ECS and cannabinoid receptors is a sea-squirt. This primitive animal evolved and developed these physiological parts almost 600 million years ago!
You can see that this ECS and its cannabinoid receptors are universal amongst the animal kingdom. Consequently, the CBD may interact with your horse’s ECS.
There is ongoing research about CBD and how it affects the endocannabinoid system.
Can CBD Oil Help Horses?
CBD Oil for horses can be used as an addition to their diet. Because of the universality of how it works in all mammalian bodies, it may have the same calming effects as it does on the human body.
Below are several common conditions in horses. Although CBD is not yet federally approved as a treatment for any conditions, let’s take a look at how the Endocannabinoid System is responsible in these cases:
This is one of the most common ailments that horses may face throughout their lifetimes. This is especially true if the horse is more active.
Cartilage is softer than bone and it can easily be worn down by a chronic condition like arthritis. Consequently, for horses, arthritis can be a horribly painful condition that can adversely affect their quality of life.
Arthritis is not a curable condition. The ECS, however, may play a role in regulating the inflammation response within the body.
Approximately 90% of horses will be diagnosed with a gastric ulcer at some point in their lifespan. Researchers and veterinarians are not entirely certain why it is so common, but it can prove to be challenging to treat.
It is officially known as equine gastric ulcer syndrome and is incredibly painful and disruptive to the horse’s health and wellbeing. The ECS, in this case primarily the CB2 receptors found in the mammalian gut, may be responsible for the immune response associated with the gut.
This is another common ailment in horses. Horse veterinarians diagnose hundreds of Laminitis cases on a daily basis. It is the inflammation of the tissues located within the horse’s hooves.
In a sense, laminitis is similar to arthritis in that it is a chronic inflammatory condition and it similarly causes a great deal of pain, discomfort, and distress. This is especially true because it is occurring in the hooves, making it virtually impossible to even attach horseshoes.
Much like other inflammatory conditions, the ECS may be responsible for regulating the inflammatory response in the body.
This is a medical condition that is present in many mammals (including humans, particularly young children). It is another chronic inflammatory condition, this time present in the gastrointestinal tract of the horse.
They are not entirely clear to what causes Colic in horses, but it may have to do with an imbalance of healthy bacteria (also known as gut flora) in the digestive tract. It causes bloating and abdominal pain.
This is yet another inflammatory condition, this time in the horse’s ligaments (most frequently in the legs and/or coffin joint). As with all other forms of inflammation, the ECS may have a regulatory response within the body.
Skin Conditions And Allergies
The ECS may be responsible for regulating allergies and various skin conditions that are related to inflammation or auto-immune disorders. These include pruritis and hives.
Is CBD Oil Safe for Horses?
CBD oil is considered to be safe for horses. It has been extensively tested on animals and humans in clinical trials and is widely used for its therapeutic benefits. Although the FDA has not given an official ruling on CBD, there is no evidence that CBD is harmful to humans or other mammals.
There are few cases where administering CBD may result in some minimal side effects, including:
- Increase or decrease in appetite
- Mild agitation and/or restlessness
- Mild gastrointestinal distress and/or temporary diarrhea
- Slight fatigue and/or drowsiness and/or fatigue at high doses
- A decrease in blood pressure
- Increased thirst due to a dry mouth
These side effects are quite uncommon. Most horses do not exhibit them, and even if they do, side effects pass as soon as the horse’s body gets used to the new addition. These side effects usually disappear as the body familiarizes itself with the CBD.
Once your horse’s system has properly integrated CBD oil into their daily functioning, these side effects may disappear entirely.
Consequently, CBD is generally considered to be safe. This is especially true if you purchase it from a reliable company that subjects its products to rigorous testing. Many companies have CBD Oil for Horses for sale, but not all of them live up the same quality standards. At HolistaPet, we consistently test our CBD for:
This ensures that each product you purchase contains the proper dosage of CBD oil. Monitoring the potency and dosage of the CBD oil allows owners like you to provide CBD to your horses effectively and safely.
CBD oil is a derivative of the hemp plant. Hemp crops have to be planted, grown, maintained, and harvested just like any other plant.
All of the supplements sold by Holistapet are 100% organic.
This essentially means they use no pesticides at any point in time in the growing process, resulting in an exceptionally natural product.
Manufacturers extract CBD oil from hemp plants via the use of carbon dioxide (CO2). This is a green method of production that results in no harsh chemicals or toxins remaining in the final product.
These various tests are always undertaken by impartial third-party companies in order to get certificates of analysis (COA’s) for the various products manufactured and sold.
Because CBD is not psychoactive, it will not make your horse high. There is no known toxic dose of CBD. Furthermore, there have been no reports of any people or animals overdosing on CBD.
As with most natural products, there is a point at which administering additional CBD will have no additional beneficial effect for your pet. It is always advisable, therefore, to give your pet small amounts of the CBD tincture first and then monitor the effects before increasing the dosage.
CBD Oil Dosage Recommendations for Horses
You should always work with your veterinarian when administering CBD oil for horses. This is especially true if the animal takes any other medications. Besides that minor precaution, CBD oil is generally safe for horses and quite difficult to overdose on. If the dosage you give happens to be too high, your horse may simply sleep it off.
It is always recommended that you consult with your vet before giving any amount of hemp oil to your horse. However, you can determine a good starting dosage by using one of these two formulas:
1/4 milligram (0.25 milligrams) for every one pound of body weight. This is a “regular dose”.
1/2 milligram (0.5 milligrams) for every one pound of body weight. This is a “strong dose” and you can use it to increase effectiveness.
For more information, please visit our CBD Dosing Chart page.
Additional Dosage Recommendations
You can collaborate with your veterinarian to safely adjust these doses and increase them in increments that result in maximum potency for your horse. You know your animal best, so just monitor their behavior and see if they are getting the relief they need from their distress or discomfort.
CBD oil is generally best when administered twice a day (one dose in the morning and one dose in the evening). You can also give hemp oil to your horses on an empty or full stomach.
Why HolistaPet Has the #1 CBD Oil for Horses for Sale
Simply put – we carry the most recommended & highest quality CBD pet tinctures online. Before we started HolistaPet, we noticed a lack of high-quality CBD products for animals online. We decided to fill that void. Every single batch of our CBD is lab tested by a third party for potency to ensure that your pet receives a precise dosage.
We only use all-natural, non-GMO organic & vegan ingredients in our CBD pet tinctures. We never put any wheat, animal by-products, cornmeal, artificial flavors or colors in any of our products. After all, a healthy pet is a happy pet.
HolistaPet is a brand you can trust to always deliver consistent and quality products, on time. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all of our CBD products or your money back.
Is Shipping Really Free for All Orders?
Yes! We offer free shipping on all orders, no matter how small or large your order is. Always! This means that after placing your order, you should expect to receive your goods within 3 to 5 business days. Not many sites can offer a deal like this. Yes, this is what we meant by filling the void.
Where Do You Ship CBD Products?
HolistaPet strives to deliver the best CBD oil for your horse straight to your door no matter where you live in the United States or any other country listed on our FAQs page. To check if your country qualifies for shipping, just look under the “can you ship to my state or country” section. There you will find a list of countries that we currently ship to.
Our products ship to all 50 states in the US. We can ship to you no matter which state you live in. We make our hemp oil for horses from 100% industrial hemp and it contains NO THC. You can be assured that our CBD oil will not get your horse high.
We ship our CBD oil for horses everywhere including Los Angeles, California; Denver, Colorado; New York; Chicago, Illinois; Houston, Texas; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Phoenix, Arizona; San Antonio, Texas; San Diego, California; Detroit, Michigan; San Jose, California; Austin, Texas; Jacksonville, Florida; San Francisco, California; Columbus, Ohio; Charlotte, North Carolina; Seattle, Washington; Dallas, Texas; Boston, Massachusetts; Nashville, Tennessee; Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, and many more!
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