Treatibles - Hemp Wellness For Pets

Treatibles - Hemp Wellness For Pets
July 31, 2017 by Modern Pets

Treatibles provides hemp wellness  for pets through a wide range of products including hard chews, dropper bottles, and gel caps containing phytocannabinoid rich (PCR) oil extracted from whole plant medicinal grade hemp grown in the USA. In addition to cannabidiol, one of the most widely studied and recognized therapeutic compounds, several other phytocannabinoids as well as terpenes are included in all of the products. This creates what is known as the entourage effect, providing a full spectrum of benefits for pets.

Phytocannabinoids are very effective in bringing balance to pets suffering from a myriad of conditions including general anxiety, separation anxiety, arthritis, inflammation,  pain, loss of appetite, mobility issues, effects from cancer and cancer treatments, epilepsy, end of life comfort, and more.

All animals have an endocannabinoid system that assists in maintaining the physiological, neurological and immunological systems of the body. If there is a deficiency of endocannabinoid production, the system’s multiple receptors will utilize the addition of phytocannabinoids to help create balance and provide support for relaxing, repairing or restoring. Naturally occurring phytocannabinoids are important for the overall health of dogs, cats,  humans, rabbits and all animals. 

Treatibles was the very first company to create PCR  hemp oil infused chews for pets. All products are virtually free of THC, the psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis. Treatibles are legal to sell  and ship to all 50 states. 

“We third party lab tests at every stage, from the raw materials to the finished product. All products are also tested to ensure they are free of bio-contaminants and heavy metals,“ shared Julianna Carella, CEO and Founder of Treatibles.”

In addition, Treatibles can quantify the exact milligrams of cannabidiol in every chew, dropper bottle and gel cap. 

For more information, including lab results and links to numerous studies, please visit Treatibles.com.

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