CannaHorse’s Cannabis Venture

TORONTO, June 26, 2019 /CNW/ CannaHorse today announced it will launch the world’s first ever legal cannabis brand dedicated to horse health, providing a plant-based solution to traditional pharmaceuticals.  Created for horse people, by horse people, CannaHorse will launch four product lines, created from specific formulations of cannabis using key cannabinoids and terpenes to treat […]

Our Work with CannaHorse

In a remarkable development, the progressive wave of medicinal cannabis has found its way to the equestrian world, with CannaHorse poised to lead the charge in offering an alternative to conventional pain relief pharmaceuticals for horses. In a trailblazing move, CannaHorse is on the brink of introducing a range of cannabis-based products designed to address […]

Advancing Nutraceutical Products

Celebrating yet another remarkable milestone, the Nutraceutical Alliance takes immense pride in its recent accomplishment – the successful VHP registration of an innovative equine product line comprising 10 robust nutraceutical offerings. Simultaneously, a formidable canine and feline nutraceutical line of 9 products was also ushered into the coveted realm of VHP recognition. This achievement resonates […]

Streamlining Compliance Across Continents

In the dynamic landscape of nutraceutical regulations, a profound shift is underway as North American and European markets increasingly cross each other’s horizons. North American enterprises seek to conquer the European market, while European products strive for prominence in North America. Amidst these strategic ambitions, the Nutraceutical Alliance emerges as a cornerstone in ensuring regulatory […]

GRAS Notification Approval

In the intricate landscape of regulatory compliance, the FDA’s “Current Animal Foods GRAS Notices Inventory” stands as a pivotal reference. This inventory catalogues Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) notifications, signifying ingredients that have garnered recognition as safe for use in animal food products. Yet, even within this comprehensive framework, there are instances where certain ingredients […]

Navigating Regulatory Requirements

Across various jurisdictions, nutraceutical supplements, health supplements, and functional foods are subject to regulations, primarily designed to ensure public safety. These regulations play a vital role in guaranteeing that: Ingredients used in nutraceutical supplements are safe, with minimal contamination and free from harmful chemicals. Packaging, shipment, and storage conditions of ingredients prevent adulteration. The manufacturing […]

Nutraceuticals Combat Age-Related Decrease

Many of us are familiar with the loss in muscle mass we experience as we get older. This ‘sarcopenia’ happens despite our efforts to prevent losses by participating in regular activities, trying to eat well and trying to manage life’s daily stresses. Sarcopenia is a major contributor to mobility and functional impairments in the elderly. […]

Guideline For Designing Safe and Effective Nutraceutical Supplements

At the Nutraceutical Alliance we have designed dozens of nutraceutical products, and have assisted many clients with developing, or re-developing based on scientific principles (evidence-based research). But many people ‘design’ products without much of a plan and without a scientific, evidence-based approach. Much care must be taken when using information from the internet to ‘support’ […]

Resource Guides

Here is the current list of our Resource Guides (July2021) Resources Guides are a great way to get started, and to help you achieve your goals. – Grow Your Business Using Effective, Science-Based Marketing – The Nutraceutical ProductsIndustry Needs GreatScience Too! – Horse Sport Magazine CannaHorse Feature – Canadian Food Business Winter 2020 Ebook-Nutraceuticals – […]

Right Type, Right Amount, Right Composition

New and exciting research has linked the microbial population of the gastro-intestinal tract (GIT) to juvenile growth and development in vertebrates such as mice, with direct translatability to humans. In their recent review Schwarzer et al. (2018) made the case for an important link between the quality of gut microbiota and the ability of animals […]