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Hemp Anxiety Aid

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CALM | HEALTH | BALANCE

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.

Size

200g /7.05.oz

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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.

Size

200g /7.05.oz

Product Benefits

Key ingredients include amino acids, vitamins and minerals such as:

🐾 Hemp Seed Oil & Powder: abundant in omega oils which provides essential fatty acids and energy for your dog.

🐾 Vitamin A: important in maintaining normal vision, skin, bones and muscles.

🐾 Vitamin B1: helps support your dog’s metabolism and maintenance of normal muscle and nerve function.  It also assists in the maintenance of normal appetite and bodyweight.

🐾 Vitamin B2: Required for normal general metabolism and growth.

🐾 Vitamin B6: which has a role in normal general metabolism and nervous system.

🐾 Vitamin E: is an antioxidant which supports your dog’s overall health.

🐾   L-Tryptophan: that contributes to your dog’s health.

🐾   Magnesium: Involved in maintenance of your dog’s nervous function.

🐾   Gentle Everyday Use: Our Anxiety Aid with hemp is gentle enough to use everyday or can be used for specific situations such as storms, fireworks, car rides or visits to the vet.

🐾 Health & Wellbeing: To supplement your dog’s diet where amino acid, vitamin and mineral levels may be low.

 

 

Ingredients & Nutritional Panel

Vitamin A and B vitamins  support healthy skin and coats as well as helping to regulate your dog’s mood and reduce stress.

Vitamin C eliminates free radicals and remove the potential triggers for inflammation.  An antioxidant that alleviates the symptoms of allergies and skin conditions.

Magnesium helps manage your dog’s health and wellbeing; from heart, liver and digestive function to muscle health and moods. Magnesium is also required for healthy hair, skin and nails.

L-Trypthophan contains the properties of a natural anti-depressant and aids in the regulation of mood, anxiety, appetite and sleep.

Ginger is a natural anti-inflammatory, helps to settle the stomach, reduce nausea and improve digestion.

Hemp seed oil & powder are rich in fatty acids and antioxidants, the omegas 3, 6 and 9 are vital for optimal health, improving skin and coat, gut health and wellbeing, reduces inflammation and mild anxiety.

Green tea is a natural antioxidant that has the ability to remove free radicals from the body.

 

 

 

Dosage & Directions for Use

Recommended Dosage:

Calculate correct dosage based on 0.25g per 1kg of your dog’s body weight.

Mix well with your dog’s wet or dry food.

Repeat once per day per a half dose morning and night.

We recommend feeding your dog their daily dose 30-60 minutes before a stressful event.  If you dog has ongoing anxiety it may take up to 7 days to notice an improvement in their behaviour.

Suitable for all dogs over the age of 12 weeks.

We recommend consulting with your vet prior to use.

 

 

 

 

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