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CBD oil can help horses with various complaints that can show themselves on a psychological level, such as nervousness, stress, fear and restlessness. But CBD can also provide horses with relief from physical complaints such as pain, coat and skin problems, gastrointestinal complaints, headshaking, Cushing's disease or arthritis. However, CBD oil should not be used in pregnant mares, as there is no extensive research on this yet.
CBD can have a calming effect on the horse's organism. Due to the regulating effect of CBD, imbalances can be balanced and lead to increased stress tolerance and calming. Fearful and insecure horses can thus be supported in many situations - of course always with the right handling.
You can put the drops into the feed or directly into the mouth. If you put the drops into your horse's mouth via a pipette, CBD is absorbed directly into the bloodstream via the oral mucosa and can thus take effect quickly.
Hemp pellets can support normal immune function, counteract stress and can also have a positive effect on digestion. In addition, hemp pellets are rich in high-quality amino acids, essential fatty acids and trace elements. It is often used as a healthy source of protein for horses.
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Digestive problems or stomach pain can have many causes. Especially PSSM2 affected horses often suffer from stomach pain or even stomach ulcers, which can be caused mainly by stress and pain. CBD can support the horses' nervous system here. In addition, its anti-inflammatory effect can calm an irritated gastrointestinal tract and its antispasmodic properties can relieve acute discomfort.
CBD can have a positive effect on skin problems, as it has an anti-inflammatory effect, but can also contribute positively to cell proliferation. It can either be taken orally or applied to the corresponding skin areas.
The effect can vary from horse to horse. At the beginning, always start with a low dosage and observe your horse how it reacts to the given dosage. In this way, the optimal dose can be gradually approached until the desired effect occurs. We recommend that you discuss the correct dosage with your veterinarian. When giving medication, you should also talk to your veterinarian beforehand to be able to exclude interactions if necessary.
Many associations classify cannabinoids as doping-relevant. Therefore, CBD oil should not be fed to competition horses.
From personal experience, it can be confirmed that CBD can provide real support for horses with both physical and psychological ailments.
Polysaccharide storage myopathy', or PSSM for short, is a generic term for various types of genetic myopathies. A distinction is made between 'PSSM1' and 'PSSM2', whereby only type 1 is actually to be regarded as a storage myopathy. Type 2, on the other hand, comprises different muscle disorders with different variants. Currently, 6 variants are known, namely P2, P3, P4, P8, PX and K1. It is assumed that there are other undiscovered variants.
The symptoms can be many and varied, such as:
You can see the love between Alina and Joelin at first sight. In daily life, Alina gives everything to support her Joelin, who is affected by PSSM2, in the best possible way. In doing so, Alina shows true strength - in addition to daily support for her darling, she also helps many other horse owners whose lives are made difficult by PSSM2 - not to mention their horses.
On her Instagram channel @pssm2_joelin_und_ich she educates about the disease and offers countless tips on how to deal with it. It's definitely worth checking her out. She has such a big heart that she also helps with personal concerns. She also shows great videos on TikTok.
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