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Helping Horses Overcome Joint Pain and Anxiety with Suzie’s CBD Treats

Suzie’s CBD Nibbles can be used for other farm animals and large breed dogs.

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(PRESS RELEASE) WHEAT RIDGE, CO — The use of CBD, short for cannabidiol, is on the rise for both humans and pets, as it continues to prove its natural ability to effectively provide relief from disorders related to anxiety, inflammation and pain. Surprisingly, horses have also been reaping the many benefits of CBD. Suzie’s CBD Treats, best-known for its certified organic and Colorado grown hemp products for pets, announces the launch of Suzie’s CBD Nibbles for horses.

Regardless of age or profession, most horses will suffer from leg and joint problems at some point during their life. In fact, arthritis is one of the most common conditions that affect performance and pleasure horses. Whether a horse has a previous injury or is naturally affected by old age, the joint inflammation can cause significant discomfort. This can result in a horse misbehaving, developing a reluctance to go forward, lameness and numerous other symptoms.

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“Horses are some of the priority animals for which health solutions are being sought in CBD today,” says Caleb Gilmore, president and founder of Suzie’s CBD Treats, “CBD has been shown to promote normal joint function, may help to reduce stress and provide relief from other ailments.”

The recently launched Suzie’s CBD Treats brand offers treats, oils, and other products that are full spectrum, certified organic, properly tested and made with CBD from its USDA Certified Organic partner farms in Colorado. Suzie’s believes all CBD companies should provide third party lab tests on all of its products, and they make sure to do just that.

Its new Suzie’s CBD Nibbles are delicious and nutritious thanks to its healthy and wholesome ingredient list, all of which are organic. The Nibbles ingredient list includes: Dried apples, applesauce, rolled oats, oat flour, molasses, dried carrots, oat bran, flax meal, coconut oil, apple cider vinegar, full spectrum CBD oil. Each cookie contains 10 mg of CBD and there are 30 cookies in abag. Do not exceed 4 cookies per day for horses. Suzie’s CBD Nibbles can be used for other farm animals and large breed dogs.

Horse owner, Mimi Porter, expresses her love for Suzie’s CBD Nibbles, “I can say, without a doubt, this product is effective. My horse has some anxiety and a lot of arthritis. Our ride after only one treat was noticeably better and now after giving him two treats a day, I believe he is happier.”

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Suzie’s gives 10% of the profits back to shelters across the USA and stand by “We know it works because we tried it on ourselves first-then we gave it to our pets.”

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