How Supplied: Bags of 4 oz of biscuits with a re-sealable zip-lock closure.
HEALTHY HEMP BISCUITS are healthy dog treats infused with high grade CBD-rich hemp oil. The hemp oil in Healthy Hemp Biscuits is derived from legal industrial hemp grown in Colorado, which does not contain any psychoactive substances such as THC.
Healthy Hemp Biscuits are vegetarian, gluten-free and grain-free. These biscuits also contain:
- Green Lipped Mussels, a super food that contains a vareity of omega 3 fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and anitoxidants. Green-lipped mussles are also a rich source of joint lubricants, like glucosamine and chondroiten sulfate which are natural and critical building blocks for bone and cartilage.
- Wild Alaskan Salmon oil, known to be very high in omega 3 fatty acids--EPA&DHA. These two fatty acids have shown benefit in improving the health of the skin and haircoat, reducing inflammation when given at higher doses for longer periods of time, helping to lubricate and moisten the skin which can help to reduce itching. Fish oil fatty acids have also been found to be beneficial for dogs to support healthy functioning of their muscles and joints.
- Ground chickpeas
- Sweet potato
- Green lipped mussel
- Ascorbic acid
- Hemp oil extract (each biscuit contains 2 mg of organic CBD)
Guaranteed Analysis (GA):
Protein = 14% minimum
Fat = 4.5% minimum
Fiber = 4% Maximum
Moisture = 12% Maximum
Healthy Hemp Company Healthy Hemp Biscuits are derived from domestically-grown legal industrial organic hemp and sanctioned and licensed according to the Federal 2013 Farm Act which allows individual states to decide for themselves if they want to grow hemp for commercial purposes. This Colorado-grown hemp plant has been cultivated and improved through breeding for the past ten years. It is grown not from seed, but from clones, thus insuring that from harvest to harvest each crop will contain a standardized terpene, flavonoid and phtyocannabinoid content. Hemp is derived from the same cannabis plant as marijuana, but a slightly different cultivar, meaning that hemp has much lower (and safer and legal) levels of THC (the part of the cannabis plant that gets you high), and hemp also has much higher levels of cannabindiol, the primary phtyocannabinoid found in industrial hemp. The hemp plant also has a much higher fiber content, which can be used to manufacture fabric for clothing, building materials, paper, and helathy omega 3 hemp seed oils.
Each biscuit contains 2 mg of CBDs.
Effective amounts of CBDs to use in pets have not been determined from scientific studies yet. However, anecdotal reports indicate CBDs in pets have been used for a variety of conditions commonly associated with aging, such as mobility, behavior and discomfort.
Reports from pet owners who were users of Canna-Pet, Canna Companion or Treatibles have indicated an effective range that you may want to see if that works out OK for your pet.
1 Healthy Hemp Biscuit daily for around 10 to 20 pounds of body weight twice daily would be a conservative place to begin administering this to your pet.
If after a week you are seeing no results, then I would recommend trying to double the dose and give for another week to see results.
This "dosage" comes out to between 0.1 mg/kg - 0.5 mg/kg of body weight twice daily. OR: 2.2 mg/pound to 11 mg/pound.
You can write to Dr. Silver at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for his advice for giving these biscuits to your pet for its condition.
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My dogs love these!
I have a dog that is a "nervous nellie" and she chews her nails and tail when stressed. She loves theses treats and they help keep her calm. I also have an epileptic dog and they help him as well. Only complaint is the price. Denise on Jan 1st 2016