Inspired by “Lord”, a horse who was diagnosed with EGGD (Equine Glandular Gastric Disease) – Ulcers that appear around the opening from the stomach to the intestines (glandular mucosa). This prevents the food from passing through and causes severe Colic and pain.
After many tears, a couple of hospital visits, numerous changes in his food and medication, and ceasing all exercise, the monthly scans to assess his progress showed minimal changes.
We then decided to start Lord on his CBD journey. He was a little skeptical at first with his new medication but it was our last resort. After two months of taking CannaLord CBD Oil, he went back for another scan to assess his progress and to everyone’s excitement, his ulcers had almost completely healed. His life has totally changed since then.
Cannalord CBD Oil is a natural product that quickly absorbs into the body to help provide relief from stress & anxiety, pain, inflammation, muscle spasms, and inflamed or torn ligaments. It can also improve their awareness, and ease sensitivities. Cannalord CBD Oil is not a pharmaceutical product, but an all-natural product that you can give to your horse with confidence and can be used in conjunction with current medication or supplements.
How do I use it
Use a syringe for accurate dosage. Apply the oil directly into your horse’s mouth or to your horse’s food or snack.
The proper dosage of CBD for horses varies depending on body weight and the type of condition for which you are using it for. Start with a low dosage and work up to a dosage that works best. Optimal Dosage – 8ml/day – 30 Days.
Why we recommend it
The CBD Oil is easy to use and ideal for non-area-specific issues such as anxiety, stress, insomnia, or depression. When ingested, the CBD is absorbed and digested in the stomach and spread around the whole body. The CBD Oil is very cost-effective and perfect for long term use. It is stored in an easy-to-administer bottle which can be used with a syringe thus making it easy to calculate the dosage for consistent use.
What sets it apart
Cannaco uses broad-spectrum CBD and not just CBD Isolate. Broad-spectrum products contain flavonoids, terpenes, numerous vitamins and minerals, phytonutrients, and other cannabinoids like CBN, CBDV, THCV, CBG, CBC, THCA, CBDA. Although their content is significantly lower than CBD, they play a crucial role in achieving the entourage effect – cannabinoids “working” in synergy, meaning that the products are much more effective.
How to Store it
For the longest shelf life, keep your CBD oil stored in a dark and cool place in an airtight container.
• Relief of Inflammation, Swelling & Arthritis
• Pain, Joint & Mobility
• Gastrointestinal Discomfort
• Inhibit Cell Growth in Tumors/Cancer
• Epilepsy & Seizures
• Sleep, Stress and Anxiety (loud noises, thunder)
• Skin Conditions and Allergies
• Long Distant Travelling and Nausea
• Post-Surgery Recovery
Below are several common conditions in horses. Although CBD is not yet federally approved as a treatment for any conditions, let’s take a look at how the (ECS) Endocannabinoid System is responsible in these cases:
This is one of the most common ailments that horses may face throughout their lifetimes. This is especially true if the horse is more active. Cartilage is softer than bone and it can easily be worn down by a chronic condition like arthritis. Consequently, for horses, arthritis can be a horribly painful condition that can adversely affect their quality of life. Arthritis is not a curable condition. The ECS, however, may play a role in regulating the inflammation response within the body.
• Gastric Ulcers
Approximately 90% of horses will be diagnosed with a gastric ulcer at some point in their lifespan. Researchers and veterinarians are not entirely certain why it is so common, but it’s challenging to treat. It is officially known as equine gastric ulcer syndrome and is incredibly painful and disruptive to the horse’s health and wellbeing. The ECS, in this case primarily the CB2 receptors found in the mammalian gut, may be responsible for the immune response associated with the gut.
This is another common ailment in horses. Horse veterinarians diagnose hundreds of Laminitis cases on a daily basis. It is the inflammation of the tissues located within the horse’s hooves. In a sense, laminitis is similar to arthritis in that it is a chronic inflammatory condition and it similarly causes a great deal of pain, discomfort, and distress. This is especially true because it is occurring in the hooves, making it virtually impossible to even attach horseshoes. Much like other inflammatory conditions, the ECS may be responsible for regulating the inflammatory response in the body.
This is a medical condition that is present in many mammals (including humans, particularly young children). It is another chronic inflammatory condition, this time present in the gastrointestinal tract of the horse. They are not entirely clear to what causes Colic in horses, but it may have to do with an imbalance of healthy bacteria (also known as gut flora) in the digestive tract. It causes bloating and abdominal pain.
This is yet another inflammatory condition, this time in the horse’s ligaments (most frequently in the legs and/or coffin joint). As with all other forms of inflammation, the ECS may have a regulatory response within the body.
• Skin Conditions and Allergies
The ECS is responsible for regulating allergies and various skin conditions that are related to inflammation or auto-immune disorders. These include pruritus and hives.
Is CBD Oil Safe for Horses?
CBD oil is considered to be safe for horses. It has been extensively tested on animals and humans in clinical trials and is widely used for its therapeutic benefits. Although the FDA has not given an official ruling on CBD, there is no evidence that CBD is harmful to humans or other mammals.
There are few cases where administering CBD may result in some minimal side effects, including:
– Increase or decrease in appetite
– Mild agitation and/or restlessness
– Mild gastrointestinal distress and/or temporary diarrhea
– Slight fatigue and/or drowsiness and/or fatigue at high doses
– A decrease in blood pressure
– Increased thirst due to a dry mouth
These side effects are quite uncommon. Most horses do not exhibit them, and even if they do, side effects pass as soon as the horse’s body gets used to the new addition. These side effects usually disappear as the body familiarizes itself with the CBD. Once your horse’s system has properly integrated CBD oil into their daily functioning, these side effects may disappear entirely.