By now, we are already accustomed to hearing the refrain on just how good natural supplements and vitamins are for our health. Because we are preoccupied with preserving our own good health, we easily forget the welfare of our animals. We can take ownership of these creatures just be observing the food for thought on just how close animals are to us, physiologically speaking. It is inconceivable that there are animal supplements and vitamins too.
Human and animal supplements are not much different. One such example is that of cetyl myristoleate or CMO. By way of example, horse supplements are available for online purchase for all custodians of horses. The general consumption form comes in a softgel compound. Each softgel contains cetylated fatty acids. These can be liked to omega 3 fatty acids which even animals’ bodies cannot do without. CMO can also be consumed in oil form.
They can be consumed in powder form. CMO powder, for instance, is made up of cornstarch, olive oil, vegetable source wax and the kombo nut, as well as the trademark CMO percentage based compound. Members of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association have placed their stamp of approval on behalf of all the animals in their care. To make CMO edible for animals, the compounds are prepared as tasty, chewable tablets.
Because of their general physiognomy, hip and joint formulas have been specially prepared for them. These special treatments include Glucosamine Sulfate and coated MSM. For canine species, bacon flavored treats have been prepared. For obvious reasons, there are subtle differences. But in view of natural causes, the science is clear. There really is not much difference between us and them, let us just say.