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Product Review: Colorado Hemp Honey

Product Review: Colorado Hemp Honey

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What is Colorado Hemp Honey?

Colorado Hemp Honey is a Colorado-based company that produces raw honey food by Frangiosa Farms at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. Nick French, the owner of Colorado Hemp Honey, has been keeping bees since 2008. His farm has over 20 hives, in 6 apiaries in and around Denver, Colorado. Colorado Hemp Honey is a mix of honey, essential oils, and cannabinoid rich hemp that aids in health and wellness for both people and pets.

How Can Hemp Honey Help My Pet?

Raw honey can aid in many ailments. It can help with allergies, infections, and wound healing. It is naturally high in enzymes, antioxidants, and flavonoids. It can also kill resistant bacteria such as MRSA. But not all honey is created equal. Raw honey differs greatly from the honey purchased on the supermarket shelves. Unlike processed honey, which contains added ingredients like high fructose corn syrup and is heated to high temps rendering any benefits useless, Colorado Hemp Honey is infused with essential oils and hemp which can help calm your pet and keep them happy. It can aid your pet’s anxiety, reduce inflammation, help them sleep, and help with seizures. It is important to remember to speak with your veterinarian before giving honey to your pet, especially those pets with diabetes and cancer.

Where Can I Get It?

You can purchase Colorado Hemp Honey Chill Sticks at our shop located at 12512 W Ken Caryl Ave, Littleton, CO 80127. We also can order in jars and sticks of assorted flavors such as Mandarin Majic, Lemon Aid, Ginger Snap & Unflavored. If you want to learn more about the product visit the company’s website by clicking here.

Product Review: Colorado Hemp Honey. Ken Caryl Pet Spa, provides grooming and pet products. Licensed by the Colorado Department of Agriculture.