Ingredients

Only the Best Our Pets are our family

Our products are carefully formulated with all-natural ingredients and wide-spectrum cannabinoid blends, so there is something here to benefit every pet. In addition, we guarantee potency and purity through third-party lab testing.

Made with a homeopathic blend, including turmeric, our new oral tinctures are created with hemp seed oil for extended absorption and longer-lasting effects of our cannabinoid formulation. Relief is not just skin deep with our salves, which are made specifically to nourish, heal, and prevent irritation to your pet’s skin. Our growing line of pet products has something to help everyone.

We are passionate about helping your pet live their very best life. Because every dog deserves her day. 

TINCTURE INGREDIENTS

HEAL - Full Spectrum Hemp Extract for Dogs

HEMP SEED OIL

Hemp oil from the seed is better than fish or flax seed-based oils because it naturally has the perfect ratio of Omega – 6 to Omega – 3 fatty acids (3:1), which your pet needs. Hemp seed oil moisturizes a dog’s skin and fur has virtually none of the side effects of fish oil. Hemp seed oil can prevent and treat numerous skin disorders in dogs, including dry nose, acne, eczema, rash, and dandruff. Hemp seed oil can also enhance blood circulation and stimulate a dog’s or cat’s cognitive thinking. Plus, it can thicken fur texture and lessen shedding. And because hemp seed oil is extracted from the hemp plant, there are no psychoactive effects.

MCT OIL

MCT oil is made by extracting medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) from coconut oil. MCT oil can aid healthy weight and fat loss, boost brain power, support gut health, increase energy levels, and help control hunger. MCT oil is also a source of fat that can quickly boost energy levels by increasing ketone production effectively.

FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT (CBD)

Cannabidiol, or CBD, holds the key to the wide variety of medicinal and therapeutic effects. The more we learn about CBD, the more it seems poised to revolutionize medicine as we know it. Just as CBD has helped humans, your dog can reap the same health-boosting (and even life-saving) benefits.

CBG

A non-psychoactive cannabinoid, CBG’s antibacterial effects can improve the overall effects of cannabis. CBG is known to kill or slow bacterial growth, reduce inflammation (particularly in its acidic CBGA form), inhibit cell growth in tumor or cancer cells, and promote bone growth. It also acts as a low-affinity antagonist at the CB1 receptor. CBG pharmacological activity at the CB2 receptor is currently unknown.

CBN

While CBN has the properties of a sedative, it is not psychoactive and therefore could actually be a useful way to medicate without getting high. However, the content of CBN in any bud is very low and seldom passes the 1% mark in cured bud, although only tiny doses are required for it to affect the body.

Studies have shown that CBN could contribute to stimulating bone tissue growth by causing an indirect recruitment of mesenchymal stem cells from surrounding bone marrow. Commonly known for their ability to transform into blood cells, these stem cells are also able to turn into bone and other tissues, potentially making CBN useful in healing fractures.

Another effect, almost the opposite of being able to generate bone tissue, is the ability of CBN to ease the overgrowth of skin cells. While seemingly unimportant, in patients with psoriasis (a condition where skin regeneration happens 3-4 times faster than normal due to inflammation) this could be useful in helping to regulate the body’s production of skin cells. CBN also showed potential in treating psoriasis when applied as a topical, which according to a 2008 study, could be effective way of treating MRSA and burns.

As with CBD, CBN is an anti-inflammatory, but it also has pain relief properties which could help to treat burns by acting on TRPV2 receptors (also known as high-threshold thermo-sensors). Although trials are yet to come, the combination of CBN and CBD could be an efficient way in treating burns victims both in pain relief and as an anti-inflammatory.

CBDA

CBDA has antibacterial, anti-nausea, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative, painkiller, and anti-tumor properties. Studies show that CBDA helps to inhibit the migration of highly aggressive breast cancer.

CALM - Full Spectrum Hemp Extract for Dogs

LAVENDER

Lavender is used to help soothe scared pets due to its mood elevating, anxiety relieving, sleep inducing benefits. It is also used to treat allergies, burns, ulcers, and car sickness. Additionally, lavender has anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties.

HEMP SEED OIL

Hemp oil from the hemp plant is better than fish or flax seed-based oils, because it naturally has the perfect ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids (3:1) which your pet needs. Hemp oil moisturizes a dog’s skin and fur correctly because it is herbal, and has virtually none of the side effects of fish oil. Hemp oil can prevent and treat numerous skin disorders in dogs, including dry nose, acne, eczema, rash and dandruff. Hemp seed oil can enhance blood circulation and stimulate a dog’s or cat’s cognitive thinking. Plus, it can thicken fur texture and lessen shedding. And because hemp oil is extracted from the hemp plant, there are no psychoactive effects.

MCT OIL

MCT oil is made by extracting medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) from coconut oil. MCT oil can aid healthy weight and fat loss, boost brain power, support gut health, increase energy levels, and help control hunger. MCT oil is also a source of fat that can quickly boost energy levels by increasing ketone production effectively.

FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT (CBD)

Cannabidiol, or CBD, holds the key to the wide variety of medicinal and therapeutic effects. The more we learn about CBD, the more it seems poised to revolutionize medicine as we know it. Just as CBD has helped humans, your dog can reap the same health-boosting (and even life-saving) benefits.

CBG

A non-psychoactive cannabinoid, CBG’s antibacterial effects can improve the overall effects of cannabis. CBG is known to kill or slow bacterial growth, reduce inflammation (particularly in its acidic CBGA form), inhibit cell growth in tumor or cancer cells, and promote bone growth. It also acts as a low-affinity antagonist at the CB1 receptor. CBG pharmacological activity at the CB2 receptor is currently unknown.

CBN

While CBN has the properties of a sedative, it is not psychoactive and therefore could actually be a useful way to medicate without getting high. However, the content of CBN in any bud is very low and seldom passes the 1% mark in cured bud, although only tiny doses are required for it to affect the body.

Studies have shown that CBN could contribute to stimulating bone tissue growth by causing an indirect recruitment of mesenchymal stem cells from surrounding bone marrow. Commonly known for their ability to transform into blood cells, these stem cells are also able to turn into bone and other tissues, potentially making CBN useful in healing fractures.

Another effect, almost the opposite of being able to generate bone tissue, is the ability of CBN to ease the overgrowth of skin cells. While seemingly unimportant, in patients with psoriasis (a condition where skin regeneration happens 3-4 times faster than normal due to inflammation) this could be useful in helping to regulate the body’s production of skin cells. CBN also showed potential in treating psoriasis when applied as a topical, which according to a 2008 study, could be effective way of treating MRSA and burns.

As with CBD, CBN is an anti-inflammatory, but it also has pain relief properties which could help to treat burns by acting on TRPV2 receptors (also known as high-threshold thermo-sensors). Although trials are yet to come, the combination of CBN and CBD could be an efficient way in treating burns victims both in pain relief and as an anti-inflammatory.

CBDA

CBDA has antibacterial, anti-nausea, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative, painkiller, and anti-tumor properties. Studies show that CBDA helps to inhibit the migration of highly aggressive breast cancer.

EASE - Full Spectrum Hemp Extract for Dogs

TURMERIC

Turmeric can help with with pain, blood clots, irritable bowel disease, cancer and dementia. Turmeric contains a compound called curcumin which has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, wound healing and anticancer properties. It is used in many cultures to help fight diseases like arthritis, diabetes, cancer, liver disease, gastrointestinal issues, Alzheimer’s, and more. In fact, a Baylor University Medical Center (Dallas) study called it “Cure-cumin” because of its long list of amazing therapeutic and clinical uses.

FRANKINCENSE 

Frankincense has properties known to boost the immune system. It is used to reduce tumors and external ulcers, and increases the blood supply to the brain. Frankincense has also been studied as a use to help those suffering from cancer.

HEMP SEED OIL

Hemp oil from the seed is better than fish or flax seed-based oils because it naturally has the perfect ratio of Omega – 6 to Omega – 3 fatty acids (3:1), which your pet needs. Hemp seed oil moisturizes a dog’s skin and fur has virtually none of the side effects of fish oil. Hemp seed oil can prevent and treat numerous skin disorders in dogs, including dry nose, acne, eczema, rash, and dandruff. Hemp seed oil can also enhance blood circulation and stimulate a dog’s or cat’s cognitive thinking. Plus, it can thicken fur texture and lessen shedding. And because hemp seed oil is extracted from the hemp plant, there are no psychoactive effects.

MCT OIL

MCT oil is made by extracting medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) from coconut oil. MCT oil can aid healthy weight and fat loss, boost brain power, support gut health, increase energy levels, and help control hunger. MCT oil is also a source of fat that can quickly boost energy levels by increasing ketone production effectively.

FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT (CBD)

Cannabidiol, or CBD, holds the key to the wide variety of medicinal and therapeutic effects. The more we learn about CBD, the more it seems poised to revolutionize medicine as we know it. Just as CBD has helped humans, your dog can reap the same health-boosting (and even life-saving) benefits.

CBG

A non-psychoactive cannabinoid, CBG’s antibacterial effects can improve the overall effects of cannabis. CBG is known to kill or slow bacterial growth, reduce inflammation (particularly in its acidic CBGA form), inhibit cell growth in tumor or cancer cells, and promote bone growth. It also acts as a low-affinity antagonist at the CB1 receptor. CBG pharmacological activity at the CB2 receptor is currently unknown.

CBN

While CBN has the properties of a sedative, it is not psychoactive and therefore could actually be a useful way to medicate without getting high. However, the content of CBN in any bud is very low and seldom passes the 1% mark in cured bud, although only tiny doses are required for it to affect the body.

Studies have shown that CBN could contribute to stimulating bone tissue growth by causing an indirect recruitment of mesenchymal stem cells from surrounding bone marrow. Commonly known for their ability to transform into blood cells, these stem cells are also able to turn into bone and other tissues, potentially making CBN useful in healing fractures.

Another effect, almost the opposite of being able to generate bone tissue, is the ability of CBN to ease the overgrowth of skin cells. While seemingly unimportant, in patients with psoriasis (a condition where skin regeneration happens 3-4 times faster than normal due to inflammation) this could be useful in helping to regulate the body’s production of skin cells. CBN also showed potential in treating psoriasis when applied as a topical, which according to a 2008 study, could be effective way of treating MRSA and burns.

As with CBD, CBN is an anti-inflammatory, but it also has pain relief properties which could help to treat burns by acting on TRPV2 receptors (also known as high-threshold thermo-sensors). Although trials are yet to come, the combination of CBN and CBD could be an efficient way in treating burns victims both in pain relief and as an anti-inflammatory.

CBDA

CBDA has antibacterial, anti-nausea, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative, painkiller, and anti-tumor properties. Studies show that CBDA helps to inhibit the migration of highly aggressive breast cancer.

HEAL - Full Spectrum Hemp Extract for Cats

HEMP SEED OIL

Hemp oil from the seed is better than fish or flax seed-based oils because it naturally has the perfect ratio of Omega – 6 to Omega – 3 fatty acids (3:1), which your pet needs. Hemp seed oil moisturizes a dog’s skin and fur has virtually none of the side effects of fish oil. Hemp seed oil can prevent and treat numerous skin disorders in dogs, including dry nose, acne, eczema, rash, and dandruff. Hemp seed oil can also enhance blood circulation and stimulate a dog’s or cat’s cognitive thinking. Plus, it can thicken fur texture and lessen shedding. And because hemp seed oil is extracted from the hemp plant, there are no psychoactive effects.

MCT OIL

MCT oil is made by extracting medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) from coconut oil. MCT oil can aid healthy weight and fat loss, boost brain power, support gut health, increase energy levels, and help control hunger. MCT oil is also a source of fat that can quickly boost energy levels by increasing ketone production effectively.

FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT (CBD)

Cannabidiol, or CBD, holds the key to the wide variety of medicinal and therapeutic effects. The more we learn about CBD, the more it seems poised to revolutionize medicine as we know it. Just as CBD has helped humans, your dog can reap the same health-boosting (and even life-saving) benefits.

CBG

A non-psychoactive cannabinoid, CBG’s antibacterial effects can improve the overall effects of cannabis. CBG is known to kill or slow bacterial growth, reduce inflammation (particularly in its acidic CBGA form), inhibit cell growth in tumor or cancer cells, and promote bone growth. It also acts as a low-affinity antagonist at the CB1 receptor. CBG pharmacological activity at the CB2 receptor is currently unknown.

CBN

While CBN has the properties of a sedative, it is not psychoactive and therefore could actually be a useful way to medicate without getting high. However, the content of CBN in any bud is very low and seldom passes the 1% mark in cured bud, although only tiny doses are required for it to affect the body.

Studies have shown that CBN could contribute to stimulating bone tissue growth by causing an indirect recruitment of mesenchymal stem cells from surrounding bone marrow. Commonly known for their ability to transform into blood cells, these stem cells are also able to turn into bone and other tissues, potentially making CBN useful in healing fractures.

Another effect, almost the opposite of being able to generate bone tissue, is the ability of CBN to ease the overgrowth of skin cells. While seemingly unimportant, in patients with psoriasis (a condition where skin regeneration happens 3-4 times faster than normal due to inflammation) this could be useful in helping to regulate the body’s production of skin cells. CBN also showed potential in treating psoriasis when applied as a topical, which according to a 2008 study, could be effective way of treating MRSA and burns.

As with CBD, CBN is an anti-inflammatory, but it also has pain relief properties which could help to treat burns by acting on TRPV2 receptors (also known as high-threshold thermo-sensors). Although trials are yet to come, the combination of CBN and CBD could be an efficient way in treating burns victims both in pain relief and as an anti-inflammatory.

CBDA

CBDA has antibacterial, anti-nausea, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative, painkiller, and anti-tumor properties. Studies show that CBDA helps to inhibit the migration of highly aggressive breast cancer.

CALM - Full Spectrum Hemp Extract for Cats

HEMP SEED OIL

Hemp oil from the seed is better than fish or flax seed-based oils because it naturally has the perfect ratio of Omega – 6 to Omega – 3 fatty acids (3:1), which your pet needs. Hemp seed oil moisturizes a dog’s skin and fur has virtually none of the side effects of fish oil. Hemp seed oil can prevent and treat numerous skin disorders in dogs, including dry nose, acne, eczema, rash, and dandruff. Hemp seed oil can also enhance blood circulation and stimulate a dog’s or cat’s cognitive thinking. Plus, it can thicken fur texture and lessen shedding. And because hemp seed oil is extracted from the hemp plant, there are no psychoactive effects.

MCT OIL

MCT oil is made by extracting medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) from coconut oil. MCT oil can aid healthy weight and fat loss, boost brain power, support gut health, increase energy levels, and help control hunger. MCT oil is also a source of fat that can quickly boost energy levels by increasing ketone production effectively.

FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT (CBD)

Cannabidiol, or CBD, holds the key to the wide variety of medicinal and therapeutic effects. The more we learn about CBD, the more it seems poised to revolutionize medicine as we know it. Just as CBD has helped humans, your dog can reap the same health-boosting (and even life-saving) benefits.

CBG

A non-psychoactive cannabinoid, CBG’s antibacterial effects can improve the overall effects of cannabis. CBG is known to kill or slow bacterial growth, reduce inflammation (particularly in its acidic CBGA form), inhibit cell growth in tumor or cancer cells, and promote bone growth. It also acts as a low-affinity antagonist at the CB1 receptor. CBG pharmacological activity at the CB2 receptor is currently unknown.

CBN

While CBN has the properties of a sedative, it is not psychoactive and therefore could actually be a useful way to medicate without getting high. However, the content of CBN in any bud is very low and seldom passes the 1% mark in cured bud, although only tiny doses are required for it to affect the body.

Studies have shown that CBN could contribute to stimulating bone tissue growth by causing an indirect recruitment of mesenchymal stem cells from surrounding bone marrow. Commonly known for their ability to transform into blood cells, these stem cells are also able to turn into bone and other tissues, potentially making CBN useful in healing fractures.

Another effect, almost the opposite of being able to generate bone tissue, is the ability of CBN to ease the overgrowth of skin cells. While seemingly unimportant, in patients with psoriasis (a condition where skin regeneration happens 3-4 times faster than normal due to inflammation) this could be useful in helping to regulate the body’s production of skin cells. CBN also showed potential in treating psoriasis when applied as a topical, which according to a 2008 study, could be effective way of treating MRSA and burns.

As with CBD, CBN is an anti-inflammatory, but it also has pain relief properties which could help to treat burns by acting on TRPV2 receptors (also known as high-threshold thermo-sensors). Although trials are yet to come, the combination of CBN and CBD could be an efficient way in treating burns victims both in pain relief and as an anti-inflammatory.

CBDA

CBDA has antibacterial, anti-nausea, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative, painkiller, and anti-tumor properties. Studies show that CBDA helps to inhibit the migration of highly aggressive breast cancer.

EASE - Full Spectrum Hemp Extract for Dogs

TURMERIC

Turmeric can help with with pain, blood clots, irritable bowel disease, cancer and dementia. Turmeric contains a compound called curcumin which has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, wound healing and anticancer properties. It is used in many cultures to help fight diseases like arthritis, diabetes, cancer, liver disease, gastrointestinal issues, Alzheimer’s, and more. In fact, a Baylor University Medical Center (Dallas) study called it “Cure-cumin” because of its long list of amazing therapeutic and clinical uses.

FRANKINCENSE 

Frankincense has properties known to boost the immune system. It is used to reduce tumors and external ulcers, and increases the blood supply to the brain. Frankincense has also been studied as a use to help those suffering from cancer.

HEMP SEED OIL

Hemp oil from the seed is better than fish or flax seed-based oils because it naturally has the perfect ratio of Omega – 6 to Omega – 3 fatty acids (3:1), which your pet needs. Hemp seed oil moisturizes a dog’s skin and fur has virtually none of the side effects of fish oil. Hemp seed oil can prevent and treat numerous skin disorders in dogs, including dry nose, acne, eczema, rash, and dandruff. Hemp seed oil can also enhance blood circulation and stimulate a dog’s or cat’s cognitive thinking. Plus, it can thicken fur texture and lessen shedding. And because hemp seed oil is extracted from the hemp plant, there are no psychoactive effects.

MCT OIL

MCT oil is made by extracting medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) from coconut oil. MCT oil can aid healthy weight and fat loss, boost brain power, support gut health, increase energy levels, and help control hunger. MCT oil is also a source of fat that can quickly boost energy levels by increasing ketone production effectively.

FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT (CBD)

Cannabidiol, or CBD, holds the key to the wide variety of medicinal and therapeutic effects. The more we learn about CBD, the more it seems poised to revolutionize medicine as we know it. Just as CBD has helped humans, your dog can reap the same health-boosting (and even life-saving) benefits.

CBG

A non-psychoactive cannabinoid, CBG’s antibacterial effects can improve the overall effects of cannabis. CBG is known to kill or slow bacterial growth, reduce inflammation (particularly in its acidic CBGA form), inhibit cell growth in tumor or cancer cells, and promote bone growth. It also acts as a low-affinity antagonist at the CB1 receptor. CBG pharmacological activity at the CB2 receptor is currently unknown.

CBN

While CBN has the properties of a sedative, it is not psychoactive and therefore could actually be a useful way to medicate without getting high. However, the content of CBN in any bud is very low and seldom passes the 1% mark in cured bud, although only tiny doses are required for it to affect the body.

Studies have shown that CBN could contribute to stimulating bone tissue growth by causing an indirect recruitment of mesenchymal stem cells from surrounding bone marrow. Commonly known for their ability to transform into blood cells, these stem cells are also able to turn into bone and other tissues, potentially making CBN useful in healing fractures.

Another effect, almost the opposite of being able to generate bone tissue, is the ability of CBN to ease the overgrowth of skin cells. While seemingly unimportant, in patients with psoriasis (a condition where skin regeneration happens 3-4 times faster than normal due to inflammation) this could be useful in helping to regulate the body’s production of skin cells. CBN also showed potential in treating psoriasis when applied as a topical, which according to a 2008 study, could be effective way of treating MRSA and burns.

As with CBD, CBN is an anti-inflammatory, but it also has pain relief properties which could help to treat burns by acting on TRPV2 receptors (also known as high-threshold thermo-sensors). Although trials are yet to come, the combination of CBN and CBD could be an efficient way in treating burns victims both in pain relief and as an anti-inflammatory.

CBDA

CBDA has antibacterial, anti-nausea, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative, painkiller, and anti-tumor properties. Studies show that CBDA helps to inhibit the migration of highly aggressive breast cancer.

TREAT INGREDIENTS

CBD Oil Freeze Dried Salmon Treats for Dogs

WILD CAUGHT ALASKAN SALMON

We use fresh, whole, USDA protein which is sourced, made, and packaged in the USA from wild-caught Alaskan salmon. Our treats are made under strict standards and are freeze dried from the raw state, containing no dangerous chemicals or chemical preservatives. Freeze dried protein promotes gut health, which is directly linked to better overall health.

VITAMIN E

Vitamin E preserves our freeze dried treats and has a high anti-inflammatory properties. Vitamin E is also used to strengthen the immune system and improve the skin and coat.

FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT (CBD)

Cannabidiol, or CBD, holds the key to the wide variety of medicinal and therapeutic effects. The more we learn about CBD, the more it seems poised to revolutionize medicine as we know it. Just as CBD has helped humans, your dog can reap the same health-boosting (and even life-saving) benefits.

CBG

A non-psychoactive cannabinoid, CBG’s antibacterial effects can alter the overall effects of cannabis. CBG is known to kill or slow bacterial growth, reduce inflammation, (particularly in its acidic CBGA form,) inhibit cell growth in tumor/cancer cells, and promote bone growth. It acts as a low-affinity antagonist at the CB1 receptor. CBG pharmacological activity at the CB2 receptor is currently unknown.

CBN

While it has the properties of a sedative, CBN is not psychoactive, and therefore it could actually be a useful way to medicate without getting high. That being said, the content of CBN in any bud is very tiny and seldom passes the 1% mark in cured bud, although only tiny doses are required for it to affect the body.

Studies have shown that CBN could contribute to stimulating bone tissue growth by causing an indirect recruitment of mesenchymal stem cells from surrounding bone marrow. Commonly known for their ability to transform into blood cells, these stem cells are also able to turn into bone and other tissues, potentially making CBN useful in healing fractures.

Another effect, almost the opposite of being able to generate bone tissue, is the ability of CBN to ease the overgrowth of skin cells. While seemingly unimportant, in patients with psoriasis (a condition where skin regeneration happens 3-4 times faster than normal due to inflammation) this could be useful in helping to regulate the body’s production of skin cells. CBN also showed potential in treating psoriasis when applied as a topical, which according to a 2008 study, could also be effective way of treating MRSA and burns.

As with CBD, CBN is an anti-inflammatory, but it also has pain relief properties which could help to treat burns by acting on TRPV2 receptors (also known as high-threshold thermo-sensors). Although trials are yet to come, the combination of CBN and CBD could be an efficient way in treating burns victims both in pain relief and as an anti-inflammatory.

CBDA

CBDA has antibacterial, anti-nausea, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative, painkiller and anti-tumor properties.  Studies show that CBDA helps to inhibit the migration of highly aggressive breast cancer.

CBD Oil Freeze Dried Salmon Treats for Cats

WILD CAUGHT ALASKAN SALMON

We use fresh, whole, USDA protein which is sourced, made, and packaged in the USA from wild-caught Alaskan salmon. Our treats are made under strict standards and are freeze dried from the raw state, containing no dangerous chemicals or chemical preservatives. Freeze dried protein promotes gut health, which is directly linked to better overall health.

VITAMIN E

Vitamin E preserves our freeze dried treats and has a high anti-inflammatory properties. Vitamin E is also used to strengthen the immune system and improve the skin and coat.

FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT (CBD)

Cannabidiol, or CBD, holds the key to the wide variety of medicinal and therapeutic effects. The more we learn about CBD, the more it seems poised to revolutionize medicine as we know it. Just as CBD has helped humans, your dog can reap the same health-boosting (and even life-saving) benefits.

CBG

A non-psychoactive cannabinoid, CBG’s antibacterial effects can improve the overall effects of cannabis. CBG is known to kill or slow bacterial growth, reduce inflammation (particularly in its acidic CBGA form), inhibit cell growth in tumor or cancer cells, and promote bone growth. It also acts as a low-affinity antagonist at the CB1 receptor. CBG pharmacological activity at the CB2 receptor is currently unknown.

CBN

While CBN has the properties of a sedative, it is not psychoactive and therefore could actually be a useful way to medicate without getting high. However, the content of CBN in any bud is very low and seldom passes the 1% mark in cured bud, although only tiny doses are required for it to affect the body.

Studies have shown that CBN could contribute to stimulating bone tissue growth by causing an indirect recruitment of mesenchymal stem cells from surrounding bone marrow. Commonly known for their ability to transform into blood cells, these stem cells are also able to turn into bone and other tissues, potentially making CBN useful in healing fractures.

Another effect, almost the opposite of being able to generate bone tissue, is the ability of CBN to ease the overgrowth of skin cells. While seemingly unimportant, in patients with psoriasis (a condition where skin regeneration happens 3-4 times faster than normal due to inflammation) this could be useful in helping to regulate the body’s production of skin cells. CBN also showed potential in treating psoriasis when applied as a topical, which according to a 2008 study, could be effective way of treating MRSA and burns.

As with CBD, CBN is an anti-inflammatory, but it also has pain relief properties which could help to treat burns by acting on TRPV2 receptors (also known as high-threshold thermo-sensors). Although trials are yet to come, the combination of CBN and CBD could be an efficient way in treating burns victims both in pain relief and as an anti-inflammatory.

CBDA

CBDA has antibacterial, anti-nausea, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative, painkiller, and anti-tumor properties. Studies show that CBDA helps to inhibit the migration of highly aggressive breast cancer.

CBD Oil Freeze Dried Chicken Treats for Cats

FREE-RANGE CHICKEN

These all-natural treats are made with fresh, whole, USDA protein and are sourced, made, and packaged in the USA from free-range chickens from farms in the Midwest. Our treats are made under strict standards and are freeze dried from the raw state, containing no dangerous chemicals or chemical preservatives. Freeze dried protein promotes gut health, which is directly linked to better overall health.

VITAMIN E

Vitamin E preserves our freeze dried treats and has a high anti-inflammatory properties. Vitamin E is also used to strengthen the immune system and improve the skin and coat.

FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT (CBD)

Cannabidiol, or CBD, holds the key to the wide variety of medicinal and therapeutic effects. The more we learn about CBD, the more it seems poised to revolutionize medicine as we know it. Just as CBD has helped humans, your dog can reap the same health-boosting (and even life-saving) benefits.

CBG

A non-psychoactive cannabinoid, CBG’s antibacterial effects can improve the overall effects of cannabis. CBG is known to kill or slow bacterial growth, reduce inflammation (particularly in its acidic CBGA form), inhibit cell growth in tumor or cancer cells, and promote bone growth. It also acts as a low-affinity antagonist at the CB1 receptor. CBG pharmacological activity at the CB2 receptor is currently unknown.

CBN

While CBN has the properties of a sedative, it is not psychoactive and therefore could actually be a useful way to medicate without getting high. However, the content of CBN in any bud is very low and seldom passes the 1% mark in cured bud, although only tiny doses are required for it to affect the body.

Studies have shown that CBN could contribute to stimulating bone tissue growth by causing an indirect recruitment of mesenchymal stem cells from surrounding bone marrow. Commonly known for their ability to transform into blood cells, these stem cells are also able to turn into bone and other tissues, potentially making CBN useful in healing fractures.

Another effect, almost the opposite of being able to generate bone tissue, is the ability of CBN to ease the overgrowth of skin cells. While seemingly unimportant, in patients with psoriasis (a condition where skin regeneration happens 3-4 times faster than normal due to inflammation) this could be useful in helping to regulate the body’s production of skin cells. CBN also showed potential in treating psoriasis when applied as a topical, which according to a 2008 study, could be effective way of treating MRSA and burns.

As with CBD, CBN is an anti-inflammatory, but it also has pain relief properties which could help to treat burns by acting on TRPV2 receptors (also known as high-threshold thermo-sensors). Although trials are yet to come, the combination of CBN and CBD could be an efficient way in treating burns victims both in pain relief and as an anti-inflammatory.

CBDA

CBDA has antibacterial, anti-nausea, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative, painkiller, and anti-tumor properties. Studies show that CBDA helps to inhibit the migration of highly aggressive breast cancer.

SALVE INGREDIENTS

NOURISH - Full Spectrum Hemp Extract for Dogs

VANILLA

Vanilla beans have antioxidants that help prevent cell and tissue breakdown, stimulate the body’s natural regrowth and eliminate free radicals. The antioxidants also shield the immune system, decrease body stress, and encourage faster recovery from injuries or illnesses. Vanilla also helps alleviate arthritisgout and other inflammatory conditions. Additionally, small traces of calcium, manganese, magnesium, potassium, iron and zinc are found in vanilla beans. In particular, potassium is a vital component of cell and body fluids, helping regulate heart rate and blood pressure levels. Plus, the B vitamins thiamin (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pantothenic acid (B5) and pyridoxine (B6) in vanilla beans assist with enzyme synthesis, enhance nervous system function and regulate body metabolism. Vanilla beans could also helpful in regulating body weight by increasing the efficiency of a dog’s metabolic system.

COCONUT OIL

The antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal properties of the medium chain fatty acids/triglycerides (MCTs) found in coconut oil have been known to clear up eczema, heal skin allergies (including dermatitis and itchy skin), minimize odor, reduce allergic reactions, treat yeast and fungal infections, heal hot spots and dry skin,  help with bites and stings, and promote wound healing.

Coconut oil also improves digestion, increases nutrient absorption, helps with colitis and inflammatory bowel syndrome, reduces or eliminates bad breath, and helps with coughing. It also assists with weight loss, balances insulin and helps control and prevent diabetes, aids arthritis and ligament problems, helps prevent infection and disease, and increases energy and mood.

VITAMIN E

Vitamin E preserves our freeze dried treats and has a high anti-inflammatory properties. Vitamin E is also used to strengthen the immune system and improve the skin and coat.

FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT (CBD)

Cannabidiol, or CBD, holds the key to the wide variety of medicinal and therapeutic effects. The more we learn about CBD, the more it seems poised to revolutionize medicine as we know it. Just as CBD has helped humans, your dog can reap the same health-boosting (and even life-saving) benefits.

CBG

A non-psychoactive cannabinoid, CBG’s antibacterial effects can improve the overall effects of cannabis. CBG is known to kill or slow bacterial growth, reduce inflammation (particularly in its acidic CBGA form), inhibit cell growth in tumor or cancer cells, and promote bone growth. It also acts as a low-affinity antagonist at the CB1 receptor. CBG pharmacological activity at the CB2 receptor is currently unknown.

CBN

While CBN has the properties of a sedative, it is not psychoactive and therefore could actually be a useful way to medicate without getting high. However, the content of CBN in any bud is very low and seldom passes the 1% mark in cured bud, although only tiny doses are required for it to affect the body.

Studies have shown that CBN could contribute to stimulating bone tissue growth by causing an indirect recruitment of mesenchymal stem cells from surrounding bone marrow. Commonly known for their ability to transform into blood cells, these stem cells are also able to turn into bone and other tissues, potentially making CBN useful in healing fractures.

Another effect, almost the opposite of being able to generate bone tissue, is the ability of CBN to ease the overgrowth of skin cells. While seemingly unimportant, in patients with psoriasis (a condition where skin regeneration happens 3-4 times faster than normal due to inflammation) this could be useful in helping to regulate the body’s production of skin cells. CBN also showed potential in treating psoriasis when applied as a topical, which according to a 2008 study, could be effective way of treating MRSA and burns.

As with CBD, CBN is an anti-inflammatory, but it also has pain relief properties which could help to treat burns by acting on TRPV2 receptors (also known as high-threshold thermo-sensors). Although trials are yet to come, the combination of CBN and CBD could be an efficient way in treating burns victims both in pain relief and as an anti-inflammatory.

CBDA

CBDA has antibacterial, anti-nausea, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative, painkiller, and anti-tumor properties. Studies show that CBDA helps to inhibit the migration of highly aggressive breast cancer.

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COCONUT OIL

The antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal properties of the medium chain fatty acids/triglycerides (MCTs) found in coconut oil have been known to clear up eczema, heal skin allergies (including dermatitis and itchy skin), minimize odor, reduce allergic reactions, treat yeast and fungal infections, heal hot spots and dry skin,  help with bites and stings, and promote wound healing.

Coconut oil also improves digestion, increases nutrient absorption, helps with colitis and inflammatory bowel syndrome, reduces or eliminates bad breath, and helps with coughing. It also assists with weight loss, balances insulin and helps control and prevent diabetes, aids arthritis and ligament problems, helps prevent infection and disease, and increases energy and mood.

ARNICA OIL

Arnica helps open up capillaries and increase lymph drainage. It is best to use it at the onset of injury or muscle trauma. Arnica also helps move wastes out of the body and circulate blood to affected areas. It is also used to help aid in healing bruises.

EUCALYPTUS OIL

Eucalyptus oil has antiseptic properties and is used to help soothe irritated skin. Eucalyptus can also repel fleas and is effective in masking odors. Additionally, eucalyptus has anti-inflammatory properties.

PEPPERMINT OIL

Peppermint is anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and analgesic and is often used to promote skin healing. Additionally, peppermint oil can help repel insects and masks strong odors.

HEMP SEED OIL

Hemp oil from the seed is better than fish or flax seed-based oils because it naturally has the perfect ratio of Omega – 6 to Omega – 3 fatty acids (3:1), which your pet needs. Hemp seed oil moisturizes a dog’s skin and fur has virtually none of the side effects of fish oil. Hemp seed oil can prevent and treat numerous skin disorders in dogs, including dry nose, acne, eczema, rash, and dandruff. Hemp seed oil can also enhance blood circulation and stimulate a dog’s or cat’s cognitive thinking. Plus, it can thicken fur texture and lessen shedding. And because hemp seed oil is extracted from the hemp plant, there are no psychoactive effects.

FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT (CBD)

Cannabidiol, or CBD, holds the key to the wide variety of medicinal and therapeutic effects. The more we learn about CBD, the more it seems poised to revolutionize medicine as we know it. Just as CBD has helped humans, your dog can reap the same health-boosting (and even life-saving) benefits.

CBG

A non-psychoactive cannabinoid, CBG’s antibacterial effects can improve the overall effects of cannabis. CBG is known to kill or slow bacterial growth, reduce inflammation (particularly in its acidic CBGA form), inhibit cell growth in tumor or cancer cells, and promote bone growth. It also acts as a low-affinity antagonist at the CB1 receptor. CBG pharmacological activity at the CB2 receptor is currently unknown.

CBN

While CBN has the properties of a sedative, it is not psychoactive and therefore could actually be a useful way to medicate without getting high. However, the content of CBN in any bud is very low and seldom passes the 1% mark in cured bud, although only tiny doses are required for it to affect the body.

Studies have shown that CBN could contribute to stimulating bone tissue growth by causing an indirect recruitment of mesenchymal stem cells from surrounding bone marrow. Commonly known for their ability to transform into blood cells, these stem cells are also able to turn into bone and other tissues, potentially making CBN useful in healing fractures.

Another effect, almost the opposite of being able to generate bone tissue, is the ability of CBN to ease the overgrowth of skin cells. While seemingly unimportant, in patients with psoriasis (a condition where skin regeneration happens 3-4 times faster than normal due to inflammation) this could be useful in helping to regulate the body’s production of skin cells. CBN also showed potential in treating psoriasis when applied as a topical, which according to a 2008 study, could be effective way of treating MRSA and burns.

As with CBD, CBN is an anti-inflammatory, but it also has pain relief properties which could help to treat burns by acting on TRPV2 receptors (also known as high-threshold thermo-sensors). Although trials are yet to come, the combination of CBN and CBD could be an efficient way in treating burns victims both in pain relief and as an anti-inflammatory.

CBDA

CBDA has antibacterial, anti-nausea, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative, painkiller, and anti-tumor properties. Studies show that CBDA helps to inhibit the migration of highly aggressive breast cancer.

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GINGER OIL

Ginger oil is often used for motion sickness and aids in digestion. Ginger is an anti-viral, anti-toxic, and anti-fungal which makes it great for skin healing. Older dogs and cats have weaker immune systems, leaving them much more susceptible to bugs and viruses, but ginger can be used to strengthen a weakened immune system. This herb also promotes blood circulation, flushes out toxins, and also helps to level out low blood pressure. Ginger oil is effective for pain relief caused by arthritis, dysplasia, strains and sprains.

HONEY

Honey helps dogs with seasonal allergies, year-round allergies and food allergies. It’s known to heal wounds by acting as antibacterial and disinfectant when applied to cuts, scratches, bites, hot spots, pressure sores or burns. Honey also soothes kennel cough, aids in digestion, and boosts a pet’s energy levels.

VITAMIN E

Vitamin E preserves our freeze dried treats and has a high anti-inflammatory properties. Vitamin E is also used to strengthen the immune system and improve the skin and coat.

HEMP SEED OIL

Hemp oil from the seed is better than fish or flax seed-based oils because it naturally has the perfect ratio of Omega – 6 to Omega – 3 fatty acids (3:1), which your pet needs. Hemp seed oil moisturizes a dog’s skin and fur has virtually none of the side effects of fish oil. Hemp seed oil can prevent and treat numerous skin disorders in dogs, including dry nose, acne, eczema, rash, and dandruff. Hemp seed oil can also enhance blood circulation and stimulate a dog’s or cat’s cognitive thinking. Plus, it can thicken fur texture and lessen shedding. And because hemp seed oil is extracted from the hemp plant, there are no psychoactive effects.

ARNICA OIL

Arnica helps open up capillaries and increase lymph drainage. It is best to use it as soon as possible after working with dogs, or at the onset of injury or muscle trauma. It also helps move wastes out of the body and circulate blood to affected areas.

FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT (CBD)

Cannabidiol, or CBD, holds the key to the wide variety of medicinal and therapeutic effects. The more we learn about CBD, the more it seems poised to revolutionize medicine as we know it. Just as CBD has helped humans, your dog can reap the same health-boosting (and even life-saving) benefits.

CBG

A non-psychoactive cannabinoid, CBG’s antibacterial effects can improve the overall effects of cannabis. CBG is known to kill or slow bacterial growth, reduce inflammation (particularly in its acidic CBGA form), inhibit cell growth in tumor or cancer cells, and promote bone growth. It also acts as a low-affinity antagonist at the CB1 receptor. CBG pharmacological activity at the CB2 receptor is currently unknown.

CBN

While CBN has the properties of a sedative, it is not psychoactive and therefore could actually be a useful way to medicate without getting high. However, the content of CBN in any bud is very low and seldom passes the 1% mark in cured bud, although only tiny doses are required for it to affect the body.

Studies have shown that CBN could contribute to stimulating bone tissue growth by causing an indirect recruitment of mesenchymal stem cells from surrounding bone marrow. Commonly known for their ability to transform into blood cells, these stem cells are also able to turn into bone and other tissues, potentially making CBN useful in healing fractures.

Another effect, almost the opposite of being able to generate bone tissue, is the ability of CBN to ease the overgrowth of skin cells. While seemingly unimportant, in patients with psoriasis (a condition where skin regeneration happens 3-4 times faster than normal due to inflammation) this could be useful in helping to regulate the body’s production of skin cells. CBN also showed potential in treating psoriasis when applied as a topical, which according to a 2008 study, could be effective way of treating MRSA and burns.

As with CBD, CBN is an anti-inflammatory, but it also has pain relief properties which could help to treat burns by acting on TRPV2 receptors (also known as high-threshold thermo-sensors). Although trials are yet to come, the combination of CBN and CBD could be an efficient way in treating burns victims both in pain relief and as an anti-inflammatory.

CBDA

CBDA has antibacterial, anti-nausea, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative, painkiller, and anti-tumor properties. Studies show that CBDA helps to inhibit the migration of highly aggressive breast cancer.