First, most animals have an endocannabinoid system. This means that the Hemp4X patented bioavailability process can prepare the cannabinoids so as to help bring their interdependent biological systems into homeostasis.
A Dog, for example, is eating too much meat. So just like humans, they are suffering from chronic inflammation. This is why these animals need a balanced diet which is free of antibiotics, herbicides, and pesticides.
And most industrial animals, like cows, are eating lots of GMO's with tons of antibiotics, pesticides and herbicides. For example, a cow belches methane because a cow is eating these antibiotics, pesticides, and herbicides; which causes the bacteria in the gut to die; the same bacteria that provide vital nutrients to the animal.
For each cow eats around 30 POUNDS OF GRAIN PER DAY during the last 45 days in a CAFO. This means that we are using our limited farmland, our dwindling food supply, and our limited water supply... to FEED CATTLE!!!
And instead of using drip irrigation, U.S. water right laws require farmers to utilize flood irrigation on FALLOW FIELDS so as to maintain their water rights. They even use flood irrigation in the dessert to grow GMO feed crops. This is insanity.
Hemp Protein & Hemp Flower
And you should know that Hemp Protein is the most bioavailable plant-protein on the planet; and the bioavailable hemp flower actually upregulates the animals immune systems.
This means that our hemp animal feed reduces the total tonnage of animal feed needed, and replaces the need for antibiotic inputs; thus saving farmers a considerable amount of money.
We can therefore create a systemic fix to a rapidly evolving problem by creating a hemp animal feed that provides nutritious sustenance, regenerates our topsoil, and replaces the need for antibiotic use.
Then by adding hemp bio-char, coconut oil, potassium nitrate, and seaweed to our animal feed processing, we can reduce methane emissions considerably (90%).
And of course, when hemp biochar is added to the topsoil, we regenerate the microbiome of the topsoil; and we do all of this while providing more nutritious foods.
The Hemp4X patented process make the hemp botanical flower bioavailable for the animals, while enhancing the entourage effect with our infused/added ingredients.
Our understanding of the Endocannabinoid System of animals, and its ubiquitous presence in nearly all members of Animalia, has opened the door to novel approaches targeting pain management, cancer therapeutics, modulation of neurologic disorders, stress reduction, anxiety management, and inflammatory diseases.
The Hemp Seeds, Safflower Seeds, and Coconut Oil have been proven to reduce methane:
Only hemp and safflower seeds and coconut oil were effective in dietary methane mitigation...
Adding small amounts of Seaweed to the mix will also help reduce methane emissions:Adding small amounts of Hemp BioChar to the mix will also help reduce methane emissions:
Results of a study conducted in 2020 found a small amount of seaweed in cattle feed could reduce methane emissions in beef cattle by 82%.
Cattle that consumed doses of about 3 ounces of seaweed gained as much weight as their herd mates while burping out 82% less methane into the atmosphere.
Adding small amounts of Hemp BioChar to the mix will also help reduce methane emissions:
Documented positive responses to biochar supplementation include improved growth performance, blood profiles, egg yield, ability to resist pathogens including gut pathogenic bacteria and a reduction of methane production by ruminant animals.
In addition, the high sorption capacity of biochar efficiently aids the removal of pollutants and toxins from animals’ bodies as well as from farm environments.
Biochar reduces enteric methane and improves growth and feed conversion…
Live weight gain was increased 25% by adding biochar to the diet…
Both biochar and potassium nitrate reduced methane production by 22 and 29%, respectively, the effects being additive (41% reduction) for the combination of biochar and nitrate.
David Harold Moore, CEO
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