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Hemp Seed Oil for Pets

Hemp Seed Oil for Pets

Hemp seed oil is mainly for nutritional use, rather than medicinal use. Once this is understood the full benefits of hemp seed oil for pets can be better understood. Hemp seed oil is pressed from the seeds of the hemp plant rather than the flowers, resulting in an extremely nutrient dense, nutty flavoured oil.

All about Pet Diet

As with humans, the diet of your cat or dog is an important part of their wellbeing. Many of us don’t really consider the long-term impact of what we feed our pets. We take for granted what pet food manufacturers state on their food and even believe more expensive brand name food is better for our much-loved companions.  However, in this age of mass-manufacturing we are all a little mislead and while the quality of pet food may seem good enough or even exceptional, we may be quite some way form the truth.

Hemp Seed Oil Benefits

Going back thousands of years, the health and nutritional benefits of hemp, have been well known and documented. The Chinese prescribed hemp for just about anything and it worked, as it still works today. Hemps nutritional benefits may have been well-known but they were not perhaps as well-understood as they are today. Hemp seed oil contains many essential oils and fatty acids that humans and their pets need. Pet foods may state that they are high in fish oil and fatty acids, but the fact is, hemp is considerably better. Hemp oil in pets is as beneficial as it is in humans for external and internal reasons.

What can Hemp Seed Oil Help with?

In pets, hemp seed oil can help with many things, even just general good health. One of the top benefits hemps is known for is skin care, or in the case of pets their coat. A dull coat on cat or dog is normally a sign that something is lacking in their diet, hemp seed oil can bring back the shine in your pets coat. One of the other best-known properties of hemp seed oil is pain relief. Hemp seed oil has powerful pain-relieving properties that can be especially helpful in aging pets who may suffer with varying levels of joint pain.

Furthermore, hemp is also known to relax and calm animals and reduce anxiety. With restless or irritable animals, the inclusion of hemp seed oil as part of their diet can calm them down considerably. But still, the one thing hemp is known for is its high concentrations and ideal ratio of omega 3 and 6 fatty acids which are specifically beneficial for brain and heart health in humans as well as animals. Hemp has a list of benefits that can all lead to a happier, healthier life for your pets.

Forms of Hemp for Pets

There are many hemp products in the market for pets, among the most well-know is a simple seed oil which can be poured into food and consumed orally. There are hemp gel capsules that can be eaten from the hand like a treat and these, as will the oils all have a very pure concentration of healthy hemp seed oil. There are oils that can be brushed into the coat of your pet and the oil can be absorbed through the skin.  However, one of the biggest developments in recent years has been the inclusion of hemp in a variety of pet products.  Pet foods that now contain hemp seed oil to pet treats that help with teeth, gums and coats. There are flea and tick control treatments that contain hemp to reduce skin irritation and help further with an overall good coat. Hemp based pet products are easily available from your vet and growing numbers of supermarkets.

Hemp seed oil for your pet is 100% safe and there are rarely any side-effects from its use. It does make sense to read up a little more or get some professional advice if you are looking to treat something specific but other than that you pet will thank you for incorporating hemp oil into to care regime.

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  • Will Hemp sSeed Oil help my wee dog who is now having seizures. She is only 3 yrs old. Ralda.

  • My 28kg 6 year old dog, how much hemp seed oil per day?

    Donna Baldwin

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