While CBD for us humans is the popular topic in the headlines, there is increasing evidence and research being done on the incredible benefits of CBD for your furry companions.
For dogs and cats with osteoarthritis, anxiety or even seizures, CBD has been found to alleviate pain and symptoms. Not sure where to start?
Consult with your veterinarian about the best approach to begin administering CBD products to your pets.
CBD can be used to treat a wide range of ailments in your pets including arthritis and joint pain, digestive issues, skin conditions, stress, anxiety, depression, aggressive behavior, and may even ease serious disease-related symptoms to help comfort your best friend.
As we mentioned above, it’s always advised to consult with your veterinarian about the best approach to begin administering CBD products to your pets.
CBD oil, or cannabidiol, is often misconstrued. CBD is not an oil of CBD—it's an oil that contains CBD. High-quality broad spectrum CBD/phytocannabinoid from hemp is a hard, resinous material and must be diluted in a suitable carrier oil to make it usable. The Phytocannabinoid Rich CBD we use in our treats contains MCT oil, as the carrier oil.
MCT oil is a purified form of saturated fatty acids which typically comes from coconut oil.
Research continues to show that CBD as a medicinal product has many health benefits for humans and our furry pals. As a natural product, CBD is safe to consume and use at the recommended dosage.*
No, CBD or Cannabitol is derived from cannabis plants but contains No THC, which is the main element that causes people (or pets) to get high. If you purchase high quality and pure CBD products that have been third-party tested to ensure that there are no impurities and ZERO THC, your pooch pal will not experience a buzz or high effect.
The amount depends on the size of your pet, what you’re using CBD to treat, and following the recommended use of the product itself. Most pet owners will give CBD orally to their dog through their main meals, or as tasty treats.
Research has show that a good starting dosage is .2 mg per 1 kilogram of body weight.
2.2 pounds = 1 kilogram
22 pounds = 10 kilograms
.2 milligrams multiplied by 10 kilograms = 2 milligrams
A good starting dosage for a 20 pound pup would be 2 milligrams
As with any new addition to your pups diet it is best to start low and slow and gradually increase until until you find the most beneficial dosage.
** These statements have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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