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29.4.22

Six Reasons To Use Our Hemp Seed Oil For Dogs

Hemp Anxiety Aid

$29.95
Like us, dogs feel stressed or anxious for different reasons. Whether your dog dislikes loud noises, travelling, suffers from separation anxiety or whines and cries when you leave them alone, feeling calm and relaxed is extremely important to your dog’s overall health. Our Hemp Anxiety Aid is our unique and natural blend of pure Australian hemp seed oil, hemp seed powder, L-Tryptophan, B vitamins, magnesium and green tea. Professionally formulated to support the maintenance of your dog’s nervous function.  Key ingredients include amino acids, vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin B6 which has a role in normal general metabolism and nervous system and L-Tryptophan that contributes to your dog’s health. Our Hemp Anxiety Aid is boosted with added ginger to support sensitive stomachs during times of stress.  Our Anxiety Aid with hemp is gentle enough to use everyday or can be used for specific stressful situations.
hemp seed oil benefits for dogs

The world is becoming more aware of the benefits of natural supplements in humans, so is it any wonder that thousands of dog owners are extending these benefits to their furry friends as well?

Hemp seed oil for dogs is one of nature’s best natural supplements.

Made from hemp seed oil, it’s basically like a little bottle of happiness for your bestie. Here are the six great benefits of hemp oil for dogs.

Hemp seed oil to improve the skin and coat

Hemp seed oil in your dog’s daily diet helps prevent nasty and uncomfortable skin conditions including eczema, dandruff, dry nose, rashes and atopic dermatitis. Not only that, but it also moisturises the skin and reduces shedding (yes, you read that right. Less fur on your floors!)

It’s the perfect balance of omegas 3, 6 and 9

benefits of hemp oil for dogs

Did you know that physiologically, dogs can’t make their own omega-3 fatty acids? For those who aren’t pet nutritionists, omega-3 can help with skin conditions, allergies, kidney function, heart disease, cognitive function, arthritis, and more.

Hemp oil for dogs contains lots of omega-3 as well as omega-6 fatty acids to help reduce inflammation and autoimmune diseases, and omega-9 to keep things balanced.

Hemp seed oil is high in antioxidants

can dogs have hemp seed oil

Because there is almost nothing sadder than a dog that’s feeling sick, you can give your dog hemp seed oil full of vitamin E and vitamin A to help their immune system fight any chemicals, drugs, pesticides and toxins that your dog may pick up in its day-to-day life.

Hemp seed oil to improve gut health and wellbeing

If you have a pup with a weak tummy and don’t like introducing new foods, we can understand your apprehension in starting them on a new supplement. However, unlike lots of other supplements on the market, hemp oil for dogs is highly digestible and perfect for dogs that have sensitive stomachs or struggle to extract all the nutrients from other parts of their diet.

Hemp seed oil to reduce inflammation

We know that every dog owner would give anything to make sure their active dog can avoid joint pain, arthritis or inflammation later in life, and hemp seed oil could help here. It contains Gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) which helps prevent inflammation in general, which benefits conditions such as arthritis as well as skin inflammation.

Hemp seed oil to reduce anxiety

hemp oil for dogs skin

While we don’t want to get ahead of ourselves here because the studies are still preliminary, current scientific research is showing positive signs in the studies testing whether hemp oil alone can reduce anxiety in dogs. We recommend using our Hemp Seed Oil combined with our Hemp Anxiety Aid to help reduce your dog’s anxiety, stress and tension.

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