Hemp Oil for Pets

A before and after story of how Hemp Oil helped a little four-legged friend get over her itchy skin!

Meet Charlie. Charlie is an 8-year-old, female, Jack Russell. She lives a simple life on a farm, sun baking and chasing rabbits with her mother, Lucy. But unfortunately for Charlie, she battles with an itchy irritated skin condition. 

Her skin condition can flare up at the best of times, causing her a lot of pain and grief. So far, the family hasn't been able to find a cure, until their daughter returned home with a bottle of Australian Primary Hemp Oil. 

Known for curing human skin conditions such as psoriasis, dermatitis, eczema and acne, the family thought it was worth trying the Hemp Oil on Charlie. 

They applied the Hemp Oil topically to the area mainly affected, then let Charlie go about her daily doggy tasks. After 24hrs they checked back in on her to see how her skin was looking and……WOW!



After one Hemp Oil treatment, Charlie’s skin had dramatically improved. The redness had gone down, the skin didn’t feel as rough and coarse and she wasn’t as itchy. After a week of treatment, the condition was hardly noticeable. 

Needless to say, the Hemp Oil worked wonders! 

But surprisingly, using Hemp Oil on dogs isn’t a new thing. In the USA Hemp Oil is a major product sold in most pet shops because of the astounding benefits it has on pets as well as humans. 

The high nutritional content in Hemp Oil helps improve dogs skin, fur, nails, teeth, joints and mobility. This is mainly due to Hemp Oils high essential fatty acid content. Hemp Oil contains the perfect 1:3 ratio of omega 3 to 6, making it a wonderful natural anti-inflammatory which can help irritated and dry skin conditions, reduce arthritis and sore joints in your pets. It also contains gamma-linoleic acid (GLA) and omega 9 which assists the growth of healthier and stronger fur. So your pooch will look like it has just walked out a shampoo ad!

So we recommend getting your paws on some Hemp Oil if your four-legged friend is feeling the itch. 

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