Treatibles Expands Line to Include Horses



Treatibles' line of organic Full Spectrum Hemp Oil products for animal companions will now include a 60 mL dropper bottle made especially for horses.


In addition to 1500 mg of organic Full Spectrum Hemp Oil, the product will feature two additional beneficial oils: peppermint oil and MCT coconut oil.


“Horse guardians spoke. And we listened,” said Julianna Carella, founder and CEO of Treatibles. “They spoke of common challenges horses face, from rehabilitation to skin issues to stress. Most were seeking more effective, natural approaches to provide their equine friends calm, ease and balance. So we developed a high potency formula with both internal and external applications.” 


“I'm so excited to have a new product from Treatibles on the market designed to holistically and naturally support the inflammatory response and benefit horses both internally and topically,” said Heather Wallace, a certified equine sports massage therapist. “The fact they are combining three of my favorite oils for horses makes it that much better.”


The naturally occurring compounds in hemp oil work to support the body’s natural inflammatory response and ease discomfort and anxiety, which is useful for situations such as pre- and post-surgery swelling; easing discomfort during stall rest and therapy; promoting calm during trailering, veterinary and farrier visits and training sessions; and may encourage eating in times of illness or stress.


Treatibles’ full spectrum hemp oil is sourced from the company’s own organic hemp farms in four states. The proprietary formula contains a beneficial blend of naturally occurring compounds. Treatibles utilizes an infusion method retains nearly 100 percent of the profile of all 300+ compounds of the hemp plant. The oil is virtually free of THC, is non-psychoactive and non-toxic.


The benefits of coconut oil for horses includes improving oxygen flow to muscles, strengthening the immune system, improving the digestibility of others feeds and making the coat shiny. Topically, coconut oil can protect wounds and reduce the risk of infection, condition the mane and tail and address the wide range of equine skin issues caused by dermatophilus congolensis. 


Peppermint oil has a carminative effect, helping to relieve intestinal gas. It has a cooling, soothing effect on the smooth muscles of the stomach and intestines and increases bile secretion, making it ideal for horses prone to colic, ulcers, smooth muscle spasm, trapped gas, cramps or poor appetite. Topically, peppermint oil helps relieve discomfort and itching from skin conditions and can act as an insect repellent.


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