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Canine Hemp Oil Complex™

Canine Hemp Oil Complex supports a dog’s endocannabinoid system, inflammation response resolution pathways, and endogenous antioxidant pathways.


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Suggested Use:

Stated amounts depend on dose.

Nutrients & Ingredients

Each Serving Size contains: Active Ingredients per softgel:
Proprietary Blend (Calamari oil, TrueBroc®*, broccoli aerial parts) 382 mg, Omega-3 Fatty Acids (Calamari oil) 115 mg, DHA (Calamari oil) 65 mg, EPA (Calamari oil) 27.5 mg, Organic Full Spectrum Hemp Extract (contains 7.5 mg naturally occurring phytocannabinoids) 16.5 mg, and Glucoraphanin (TrueBroc®)* 2.5 mg. Inactive Ingredients: Beeswax, dimagnesium malate, gelatin, glycerine, organic extra virgin olive oil, and water.

Guaranteed Analysis

EPA (min) 27.5 mg/softgel
DHA (min) 65 mg/softgel
Magnesium (min) 20 mg/softgel
Glucoraphanin* (min) 2.5 mg/softgel
Omega-3 Fatty Acids* (min)   115 mg/softgel
Omega-6 Fatty Acids* (min) 30 mg/softgel
Phytocannabinoids* (min) 7.5 mg/softgel

*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profile.

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*These claims/statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

About Canine Hemp Oil Complex™

Canine Hemp Oil Complex supports a dog’s endocannabinoid system, inflammation response resolution pathways, and endogenous antioxidant pathways.

  • Contains 7.5 mg phytocannabinoids per softgel
  • Supports dogs’ endocannabinoid system
  • Supports the canine body’s natural inflammatory response function
  • Supports endogenous antioxidant pathways
  • Contains ingredients that support antioxidant activity
  • Contains full spectrum, organic, non-genetically engineered hemp, grown on the Standard Process certified organic farm^

^Ingredients that are not grown on our farm, or if our supply is short, are sourced from certified organic farms

Canine Hemp Oil Complex is a hemp oil supplement for dogs with a 3-in-1 benefit of supporting dogs’ endocannabinoid systems, inflammation response resolution pathways, and endogenous antioxidant pathways. To achieve this, Canine Hemp Oil Complex is made with non-genetically engineered hemp, a combination of natural omega-3 fatty acids (including DHA and EPA) from calamari oil, and Brassica (TrueBroc®), which contains broccoli for additional antioxidant support.
This combination of well-balanced polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs, omega-3 oil) delivers essential fatty acids needed for the formation of specialized lipid mediators for a healthy immune response. Hemp oil and omega-3 oil may support the resolution phase of the inflammatory process by providing PUFAs, which are known to be precursors to endocannabinoids. Additionally, Brassica (TrueBroc®) is an important phytonutrient providing antioxidant support by activating the Nrf2/ARE pathways. The calamari oil we use is certified sustainable from the independent nonprofit group Friend of the Sea®.

Why support a dog’s endocannabinoid system (ECS) with omega-3s and hemp oil for dogs?
The endocannabinoid system, or ECS, is present throughout the body and appears to be an important factor in multiple physiological and pathophysiological mechanisms in all mammals.1
Endocannabinoids are derivatives of PUFAs, and are critical in supporting the ECS. Additionally, supplementation of hemp-oil derived fatty acids support key inflammatory mediators involved in the resolution phase of a healthy inflammation process.2,3 A well-balanced ECS encourages favorable conditions in the body system, impacting the body’s ability to manage metabolic stress4 and may support overall health and well-being. 5

1.Russo, E.B., Cannabis Cannabinoid Res, 2016. 1(1): p. 154-165.
2.Kearns, R.J., et al., Vet Immunol Immunopathol, 1999. 69(2-4): p. 165-83.
3.Goffin, K., M. van Maris, and R.J. Corbee, J Nutr Sci, 2017. 6: p. e37.
4.Gertsch, J. Br J Pharmacol, 2017. 174(11): p. 1464-1483
5.Pacher, P., S. BÁTkai, and G. Kunos. Pharmacological reviews, 2006. 58(3): p. 389-462

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