Equine Mint 50mg CBD Tablets

$94.95

Equine CBD Mint Tablets are a 50mg CBD tablet designed for horses.  CBD within an equine setting can be used to keep the horse calm, provide an improved quality of life for older horses, or help with arthritis.

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Description

Equine CBD mint tablets are designed to help your horse with health complications and ease daily routines. They’re designed to be easy to administer CBD tablets that will provide your horse with the optimal natural health benefits. Our extraction and production process produces a high-quality product guaranteed to contain the purest and most potent CBD equine oil anywhere.  Each bottle contains thirty tablets. Our team believes it is best for our animal friends to not have THC in their CBD products so all of our equine products are THC-Free.

Veterinarians and animal lovers alike have become interested in the many health benefits of CBD oil. Research shows CBD (cannabidiol) can act as an effective analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, antiemetic, anti-tumoral and anticonvulsant.  Source

Due to restrictions from the CDFA (California Department of Food and Agriculture), this product is currently not available for sale or shipment into California.

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Benefits

  • CBD promotes equine joint health
  • Promote a greater sense of calm
  • Made with locally sourced, organically grown hemp
  • Made to have maximum bioavailability for all equine species
  • Give your horse the best care possible
  • Made with THC-Free CBD
  • May help with increasing mobility
  • Easy to administer
  • May give your horse an added boost to their health

How to Use Equine CBD Mint Tablets

Use one tablet twice daily depending on your horse’s health needs. Higher doses may be needed for larger breeds or chronic health issues. Allow at least five days to note a response, some horses may respond sooner.

Keep out of reach of children. This product was designed for use on animals, not humans.

Consult with your veterinarian before starting your horse on any dietary supplements.