Equine PCR hemp pellets are an all-natural, safe, and perfect solution for farriers, trainers, and large-animal veterinarians looking to better maintain their Equine’s health, training & performance, and recovery.
Numerous studies have shown that full spectrum hemp can dramatically improve the maintenance of each of these factors by supporting the endocannabinoid system. This bodily system works by sending signals throughout the body which can affect anxiety, inflammation, joint discomfort, and general health. This is just the start of what hemp can do.
Comprehensive research and on-going clinical trials continue to show time and time again that PCR hemp is overwhelmingly safe and effective in maintaining health in a large number of areas. These reports show that PCR hemp has a much lower side-effect profile compared to pharmaceutical treatments and it has a lot of opportunity to maintain overall health more effectively.
Pair this with the real stories we hear every day about how hemp has helped in so many different ways, and it’s easy to see why pet owners of smaller animals have been raving about it.
Speaking of smaller animals, while we created Equine PCR with horses in mind, we know that many animals who typically consume their food in pellet form could benefit from full spectrum hemp as well.
So instead of creating an impossible one-size-fits-all pellet which would exclude too many animals, we made smaller pellets that will allow you to safely administer the proper dose to other animals that enjoy pellets.
Having the ability to make small incremental changes in the dosage allows you to better lock on to the correct dose for your animal maximizing their health while saving you money.
Most people who ask this question are really asking “how does CBD work in horses”? Before we jump into this we need to state that the information and products presented here are not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure any disease. All information stated here is not meant to be a substitute or alternative for any information from health care practitioners. Now, with that said, to understand how CBD works in horses you may need a vague understanding of how cannabinoids work within the ECS.
As previously addressed, cannabinoids are compounds that are capable of interacting with the ECS, and almost every living creature is born with this system.
There are 3 types of cannabinoids: endocannabinoids, phytocannabinoids, and synthetic cannabinoids. However, we will only be focusing on endocannabinoids and phytocannabinoids. Here is a brief description of each to explain them: The endocannabinoid system works like a network of electrical wiring that sends signals to the body, we naturally produce these signals but certain conditions can affect its efficiency. By implementing the Hemp Pellets it is allowing them to maintain the status quo on their health.