If you have a pet, by now you must have heard or thought about using hemp to boost their health. However, most people wonder how hemp could be equally effective for humans and animals. Interestingly just like us, our pets also have an endocannabinoid system that acts as a bridge between the body and mind and maintain stability and balance in the body. ECS is responsible for regulating, stress, mood, appetite, immune system and inflammation.
Endocannabinoid System Of Pets
The endocannabinoid system of pets is no different than that of humans. It also contains CB1 and CB2 receptors that are spread across the body including the skin. Nano hemp is safe as it does not directly interact with the receptors of the endocannabinoid system but boosts the uptake and production of the endogenous cannabinoids produced by the lipid membranes of the cells. Nano hemp is safe and does not cause any severe side effects.
Broad Spectrum Nano Hemp for Pets
Broad-spectrum Nano hemp is a THC free formula that can be easily incorporated into your pet's life so they live at best of their health. Hemp is non-psychoactive and cannot cause intoxication. Just like for humans, Nano hemp is equally helpful for the pets as it can be easily digested and enters the bloodstream quickly. Broad spectrum Nano help contains an array of beneficial phytonutrients and phytocannabinoids which can help the body in several ways such as:
· Reducing pain and inflammation caused by arthritis in older dogs
· Reducing the frequency and magnitude of seizures in puppies.
· Topical application can help your cats with allergic reactions
· Maintaining homeostasis in the body.
· Aiding in the digestive process.
· Improves cognitive health in older pets
· Supports all essential metabolic processes.
Broad spectrum of Nano hemp also contains different types of phytonutrients such as terpenes, flavonoids, vitamins omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids and amino acids. All these compounds can work synergistically to improve the overall health of your pets and also help in fulfilling any nutritional deficiencies. This synergistic effect is sometimes also called as the entourage effect.
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