HEMP OIL by Pup Science is a true superfood that confers analmost unbelievablearray of health benefits onyour dog. Hemp oil’s well deserved popularity among humans suggests that it might also be right for your dog. It certainly merits serious consideration.
Let’s take a look at what HEMP OIL is — and what it is not! First of all, the ancient hemp plant itself has a long tradition of medicinal use as a pain reliever. The oil, cold pressed from the seeds with minimal processing, is the best way to use hemp for dogs. HEMP OIL is appreciated more as a powerhouse nutritional supplement than a medicinal pain reliever (although reduced inflammation does alleviate associated pain).
A nutritional supplement, HEMP OIL contains various types of fatty acids, plus antioxidants and phospholipids. Gammalinolenic acid (GLA) is an omega-6 fatty acid in hemp that’s especially valuable. It helps prevent allergies, arthritis, irritable bowel disease, heart disease, diabetes, liver and kidney disease, and cancer. The powerful antioxidants in Vitamin E and Vitamin A help the immune system by fighting free-radical damage while benefiting skin, eyes, heart, cognitive functions, and the immune system. Phosophlipids lower the risk of cardiovascular disease, boost immune function, and improve cognitive and brain health, inflammation, and arthritis pain.
HEMP OIL is safe and has no reported side effects. Fish oil, while offering many if not all of the same benefits, may contain toxins from the ocean, like mercury; and, if it’s not cold pressed, it can become rancid.