Vital Equine’s Hemp Oil for Horses is a premium, cold-pressed hemp seed oil. Grown in the hinterland of Byron Bay, hemp seed oil harnesses the natural powers of the hemp seed, providing balanced levels of Omega 3,6, and 9, antioxidants and essential vitamins and minerals.
What’s in Hemp Oil?
Hemp is a natural superfood filled packed with vital nutrients. Hemp is known for it’s anti-inflammtory properties and has been shown to support digestion and boost the immune system. Hemp seed oil is pressed from the seed of the industrial hemp plant, and contains balanced omega 3,6,9, GLA. Hemp seed oil is also a great source of antioxidants (Vitamin E), minerals and Vitamin D, which is vital for calcium absorption, along with generous amounts of iron and zinc.
Hemp may help to:
- Relieve joint pain and improve agility
- Strengthen your horse’s immune system
- Improve skin health and reduce the impact of sensitive or irritated skin
- Calm anxiety and help overcome natural aggressiveness, separation or travel anxiety
- Improve coat health and increase shine
Add to your horse’s feed.
- General health: 15ml per day
- During injury or illness: 20-50ml per day
Hemp naturally has the perfect Omega 6 to Omega 3 ratio (3:1) of essential fatty acids (EFAs) which animals need, just like humans. The combination of Omega 6, antioxidants, and plant cholesterol has shown to lead to overall joint health by reducing inflammation, arthritis and painful/damaged joints.
Have a horse with Queensland Itch?
Customers report hemp as a beneficial treatment for horses with QLD Itch. Vital Equine recommends feeding a combination of their hemp feed and hemp seed oil, and treating the affected area topically with their Lemon Myrtle Balm.
About Vital Equine:
Vital Equine is a division of Broadleaf Hemp, an Australian company based in Bangalow, NSW. They grow, process and manufacture industrial hemp products using sustainable practices which support Australian agriculture and care for the environment. Hemp is an eco-friendly crop, that can be used from seed to stalk. It is considered a superfood and has numerous health benefits for horses, not only as a feed, but for health, wellness and care too.