Wound Therabee combines sterile Manuka honey with hemp extract. This formulation is a great all-around first aid kit addition for wounds, sores cuts, and burns. It contains 100% active Leptospermum honey (Manuka honey), harvested by bees in New Zealand and infused with potent cannabinoids including CBD, CBG, and CBN.

While honey is often used as a folk remedy, regular table honey is actually not sterile and not antibacterial. Wound Therabee features an active ingredient that is unique to Manuka honey produced by bees pollinating the Leptospermum Scopartum shrub. It’s produced and regulated in New Zealand, is traceable, is free of pesticides, chemical residues, and antibiotics, and has a unique manuka factor (UMF) of 12.

Manuka honey is quite an impressive substance! Indigenous cultures have used this honey as a wound treatment for thousands of years due to its natural broadband healing properties from a highly concentrated viscous solution of floral sugars and amino acids derived from the crop of the bee. And it can be stored and remain stable unrefrigerated for over a thousand years!

Weight 1.63 oz
Dimensions 5.25 × 1.42 × 1.5 in
Volume

30 ml

Manuka Honey Wound TheraBee Infused With 300mg CBD, CBG, CBN

The healing benefits of Manuka Honey Infused with powerful hemp extract.

Our wound TheraBee formulation is a great all round first aid kit addition for wounds, sores cuts and burns. It contains 100% active leptospermum honey (Manuka honey), harvested by bees in New Zealand infused with powerful cannabinoids.

Our sterile ointment creates a great environment for the healing of minor wounds and provides long-lasting infection protection while working to immediately reduce pain and minimize scarring long-term.

  • Natural Ingredients
  • Made in USA
  • UL Tested
  • NO THC
  • Accelerated shelf life and stability tested

$24.99

Availability: In stock

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Important questions to consider:

Is the company a pet only company?

This is important because many well know human CBD companies seem to have simply slapped a pet label on their human product with little or no consideration of how to dose that product in pets, In short, it seems that a lot of companies just want to make money off of your pet and don’t necessarily have your pet’s best interest at heart. Additionally, when you have questions you may not be able to talk to a veterinarian that can discuss what the potential side effects are, what drugs can be given with CBD, etc. At Dr. Fossums Pet Care these questions are routinely answered by either Dr. Fossum herself or Dr. Brian Beale, our chief medical officer.

Is the company certified by the National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) or another reputable association?

The market has remained largely unregulated despite the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill. We are National Animal Supplement Council certified which holds our company to an very high standard. We are also UL labs shelf life and stability tested to ensure that your product remains safe and has the content that the label says.

We are committed to providing a best in class product to your pets.

Frequently asked questions:

The medicinal properties of hemp have been known for thousands of years. While there is a paucity of clinical research on CBD and CBG in animals, there is a tremendous amount of anecdotal information about the benefits of using hemp extract in companion animals. Whenever you are considering giving a product to your pet you must weigh the risks with the benefits. From 2010 to 2019 there were 46 million doses of hemp extract given to animals, with only 11 minor adverse events. Thus, there appears to be very minimal risk with hemp extract, particularly considering the tremendous potential benefit.

The cannabis plant has been used for phytoremediation (meaning it pulls heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides, and even radiation from the soil). The hemp plant does this because it has an extensive and deep root system. When the hemp plant pulls these toxic components from the soil they may accumulate and concentrate in the roots and stems of the plant. A certificate of analysis (COA) from a third-party laboratory is critical in that it will show if there are any toxins in the product you purchase. In addition to showing if there are any toxins in the product, the COA also verifies that it is free of microbial contamination, such as bacteria, molds and fungi and it provides an analysis of the cannabinoids and terpenes present in the final formulation. WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT? The cannabis market is highly unregulated, with new manufacturers entering the space daily. Not all manufacturers are honest and reputable. There was a study of online CBD companies in 2017 that showed 70% of the products that were studied were mislabeled and didn’t contain the concentrations that were advertised. A COA from a third-party laboratory verifies the validity of what is being marketed. You should be able to access the report for the specific batch you purchased, not only from the manufacturer but also from an independent third-party laboratory. These laboratory reports will show the concentrations of the phytocannabinoids, such as the concentration of CBD and CBG. It will also verify that there is less than 0.3% THC which makes it legal federally (see the Farm Bill of 2018). Dr. Fossum’s Pet Care provides a QR code on our package that allows you to access third-party laboratory verification of the specific product that you are purchasing for your pet.

CBD that comes from hemp plants that contain less than 0.3% THC is federally legal; however, some states such as Idaho, Kansas, Nebraska, and South Dakota do not allow CBD products to be sold. State regulations regarding CBD are changing rapidly so check back in on a regular basis.

No, there is no detectable THC in our products. THC is the psychoactive cannabinoid that causes humans and animals to feel “high”.

There is some clinical evidence in dogs that suggests that giving hemp extract may alter the dose of some compounds. There are some drugs that should not be given with hemp extract so please see your veterinarian before starting your pet on hemp extract or changing current doses of other compounds. If using hemp extract in conjunction with other drugs, you may want to start at a lower than suggested dose of hemp extract initially to see how your pet reacts to it.