Cornell University Study Says Hemp Oil Works For Dogs In Pain

First Of Its Kind Pharmacokinetics Study On Cannabinoids For Dogs

Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine has just announced the findings of the first-ever pharmacokinetic clinical trial on the effects of cannabinoids for dog pain.

The participating dogs in the study were suffering from multi joint pain. To conduct the 8-month double blind, placebo controlled study, Cornell collaborated with ElleVet Sciences. ElleVet Sciences was founded in Portland in 2017, and is in the business of creating soft-chew supplements for dogs made from proprietary hemp oil blends.The primary goal of the Cornell-ElleVet study was to understand how dogs metabolized ElleVet Mobility soft chews, which are hemp-based supplements also containing glucosamine and chondroitine, two natural compounds that may improve mobility in dogs with joint discomfort. Glucosamine and chondroitin are already being widely used by arthritic humans.

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