Pharma Hemp Complex Donates CBD to Australian Bushfire Relief
The fire season in Australia and bushfires have ravaged the country. With over 20 million acres have burned, 1 billion animals have perished, and many endangered species may be pushed to extinction.
Pharma Hemp Complex Provides CBD to animals in need
Pharma Hemp Complex has been a pioneer of CBD oil products for people and pets since 2014. Inspired by the all natural healing benefits of hemp derived CBD Pharma Hemp Complex brand has donated specially formulated burn relief products to Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park to treat the animals affected by these wildfires. These topical balms are created with the same premium quality CBD as the CBD topicals and pet products that are available online.
Additionally 25% of sales proceeds of Pharma Hemp Complex CBD body balms, 25% CBD Gold Oil and CBD pet products are donated to Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park. This special formula is made with premium quality all natural ingredients designed for treatment of burns: MCT (coconut) oil, 25% CBD Gold Oil, aloe vera, raw honey, beeswax wax, and rose essential oil. As Pharma Hemp Complex is a well known CBD brand in the U.S, the company crafted this formula with the maximum amount of CBD permissible in Australia without a prescription.
CBD is known for its analgesic properties which help provide temporary pain relief when applied topically. The terpene linalool is found in CBD oil, which gives it powerful anti-inflammatory properties. Hemp is also rich in antioxidants, vitamins C & E to promote skin repair.
Leaders in the CBD Industry
Pharma Hemp Complex urges others in the CBD industry to donate to Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park and other Animal Rescue Centers in Australia to help the animals in need. As frontrunners in the natural health industry, now is the best time to show support for the environment and animals.. Hemp is often touted as a solution to heal the planet, so CBD businesses must take action to demonstrate their commitment to the environment.
Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park isn’t just for kangaroos, founder Sam Mitchell tells ABC news, “For the past seven years we have been rescuing wildlife specialising in koalas. Now, after this fire we have seen over 400 koalas, many roos, wallabies, echidnas.” Any size donation helps restore endangered species in Australia.