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Whether you’re wondering what CBD dosage you should give your Equine or how soon it will be until you see a difference, you can find the answer right here in our FAQ.
What Is Broad Spectrum Hemp?
Broad Spectrum Hemp Extract contains all of the natural cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids found in the Hemp plant, minus THC. THC is the cannabinoid found in the Marijuana plant that is responsible for the intoxicating effect. Hemp contains very low levels of THC compared to Marijuana and, even at considerable doses, is not capable of providing an intoxicating effect. However, our Broad Spectrum products do not contain THC and lab test results show THC as Non-Detectable.
What Is Full Spectrum CBD Hemp?
Full Spectrum Hemp Extract is hemp extract in its entirety. It contains all the natural cannabinoids (including THC below the legal limit of 0.3%), terpenes, and flavonoids.
How will CBD Help My Horse?
Rocky Mountain Girls Hemp Pellets for horses can help maintain a normal pain and inflammation-free state of health. They also have the potential to aid lameness, improve digestion and appetite, and assist with coat and skin health, nutrition absorption, metabolism regulation, and overall health and wellness.
What Dosage of CBD Should I Give My Horse?
Most horses respond well to 25 mg of phytonutrients per day (1 Tbsp of Rocky Mountain Girls Hemp Pellets) for equine 600 lbs or more, for ponies under 600 lbs, begin with 1 tsp per day. In certain cases, a higher dosage may be needed. Clinical studies conducted by Dr. Robert Silver have shown Hemp Pellets to be effective and safe at dosages as high as 100 mg. We recommend consulting with your veterinarian to establish the ideal dosage/regimen for your equine’s individual needs.
How Soon Will I See A Difference?
Equine are very good at digesting phytonutrients, and may see results within an hour after the first dose. Some cases may take longer, depending on the individual equine and their current health.
Can I Increase The Dosage?
Yes. We recommend starting with no more than 25 mg of Rocky Mountain Girls Hemp Pellets (1Tbsp) and increasing gradually in order to find your horse’s ideal dose. We have had customers feed as much as 125 mg daily, for more serious cases, without negative side effects.
What Alternatives Are There To The CBD Pellets?
While most horses are happy to eat Rocky Mountain Girls Equine Hemp Pellets, there are options to get a picky horse to enjoy their daily Hemp. The pellets can be mixed in with their daily grain regimen, soaked with mash/stew, or on top of a handful of their favorite grain. As a last resort, you can switch to a 500 mg or 1,000 mg tincture.
Can I Give My Horse Rocky Mountain Girls CBD Hemp Oil?
Absolutely. If your horse will allow it, you can squirt the oil into the mouth (ideally under their tongue or on their gums for faster absorption). The oil can also be placed on top of grain.
How Much CBD Hemp Oil Should I Give My Horse?
We recommend starting with 25 mg, most droppers do not draw up a full mL, it is common for 2/3’s to draw up. 2/3’s a dropper of Rocky Mountain Girls 500 mg Flavorless would be approximately 11 mg. We suggest (2) 2/3’s droppers per day to start, this dose can be given all at once or divided into morning and evening doses. You can gradually increase the dosage by 5 mg per day until desired results have been achieved.
How Is Rocky Mountain Girls CBD Oil Different Compared To Rocky Mountain Girls Hemp Pellets?
The hemp pellets for horses are made from pressed hemp meal, while the oil is extracted from the Hemp plant. The oils are not quite as cost effective or as convenient as pellets, but is a very viable option for horses that will not eat the pellets. Your vet may also recommend the oil if your equine is dealing with a more serious condition, such as cancer, and needs a more bioavailable form of CBD.
Are Rocky Mountain Girls Equine Hemp Pellets Safe For Pregnant Mares?
While Dawn and Misty (owners of Rocky Mountain Girls Hemp) give their pregnant mares Equine Hemp Pellets almost daily, they have not been scientifically proven to be either safe or dangerous for pregnant or lactating mares.
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