CdG HEMP: Cold pressed hemp seed oil
Finnish Hemp seed oil is rich in essential omega-6, and 3 -fatty acids in the optimal ratio ( 3 : 1 ). Omega fatty acids nourishes and protects the skin and enhances its natural protective layer. In addition, they may help to tacle the inflammations in the body. According to studies conducted in dogs, omega fatty acids can also support the metabolism of the joints in connection with osteoarthritis.
Hemp seed oil is an excellent complementary feed for the wellbeing of skin and hair, mane and tale and for promoting the normal functions of locomotor system.
Hempseed oil contains valuable gamma linolenic acid ( GLA ), which controls the anti-inflammatory agents in the cells. GLA is very beneficial fatty acid in horses diet, because it affects the amount of mucus which protects the digestive organs, and thus may prevent stomach upset. Hempseed oil and fatty acids has been shown to improve a horse ´s / dog´s healthy skin, reduce skin dryness, itching & flaking, as well as to increase hair gloss. Natural Vitamin E protects the body from the harmful effects of free radicals. High quality oils such as CdGHEMP contain antioxidants and helps to reduce muscle carbohydrate levels. CdGHEMP Hemp Oil is ideal as additional energy supplement and for maintaining the normal functioning of the musculoskeletal system.
Complementary feed for horses & dogs.
When it comes to competition, it is recommended that a four-day withdrawal period is followed.
Please note the current national and FEI anti-doping guidelines.
0,3 dl - 3 dl / day.
0,5 teaspoon (5 kg) - 5 teaspoons ( 80 grams ) day.
Nutritional values CdGHEMP -Hemp oil 100 g
Energy : 3443 kJ / 820 kcal
Fat: 92 g
Of which saturated fatty acids : 8 g
Omega -3 fatty acids : 22 g
Alpha-linolenic acid ( ALA) : 16.7 g
Stearidonic acid ( SDA) : 2 g
Omega - 6 fatty acids : 57 g
Omega - 9 fatty acids : 9 g
Linoleic acid 51g
Gamma linolenic acid ( GLA ) : 4 g
Carbohydrates: 0 g
Crude fiber : 0 g
Crude protein : 0 g
Vitamin E : 90 mg
Researches of omega-fatty-acids:
Calder P.C. Omega-3 fatty acids and inflammatory processes: from molecules to man. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 15;45(5):1105-1115
Lehtonen, M., Lampi, A-M., Nikkilä Ida & Griinari M. (2018). Lipid oxidation in dry pet food: Beyond hydroperoxides. 2nd International Symposium on Lipid Oxdation and Antioxidants, 4.-6. June 2018, Graz, Austria
Thomsen, B., Griinari, M., Jacobsen, C. (2017). Improving oxidative stability of liquid fish oil supplements for pets. Eur. J. Lipid Sci. Tech. 119(6).
Turek, J.J., Watkins, B.A., Schoenlein, I.A., Allen, K.G.D., Hayek, M.G., & Aldrich, C.G. (2003). Oxidized lipid depresses canine growth, immune function, and bone formation. J. Nutr. Biochem. 14: 24.