CBD Oil for dogs
CBD Oil For Dogs Why should humans be the only ones to reap the benefits of CBD? With our 300mg CBD Pet Tincture, your beloved companions can feel the same relief and calm that you do. Generally, Dogs benefit more from cold hemp-seed pressed oil. Studies have shown that CBD has similar health effects for pets as it does for humans. In brief our human tinctures, this Pet Tincture has been formulated using cold-pressed hemp seed oil, specifically designed to aid in easy digestion.
There are many problems doggies have that oil can help cure, one of the issues that affect 1-5% of dogs is seizures, this oil can help soothe the neurons to have less and/or less painful seizures. It can also help with the reduction or the slowing of growing tumors. This oil can also help with arthritis and chronic pain from illnesses in the mind and body. The oil can also help with mental illness brought on by the abuse of previous owners or just from genetics.
Keep in mind that this oil is not a miracle cure like it does for humans. To our pets it is more of a multikicker for their medicines. The more effective their medicines are the faster the recovery and the happier the life of your doggie. Therefore it is recommended that you use this along with the treatment you vet has given you. This helps for a faster recovery and to have a happier better life for you and your cute doggie.
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CBD Oil Medical Usages ;
- Hemp derived CBD
- For Pain and Anxiety
- Made with beneficial Hemp oil (Generally derived from Hemp seed).
- Fast-acting alternative.
- Effective relief from all forms of general inflammatory and neuropathic pain.
- Reduces stress and pain while promoting relaxation.
- Controlled dosing.
How Does CBD Affect Dogs?
Currently, there has been no formal study on how CBD affects dogs. What scientists do know is that cannabinoids interact with the endocannabinoid receptors located in the central and peripheral nervous systems, which help maintain balance in the body and keep it in a normal healthy state.
“Does it actually help with pain, or does it just make them not care?
We don’t know, but they seem to be less reactive to low level pain stimuli, for example arthritis and things like that, when they take the product,” explains Mark Verdino, MD, senior vice president and chief of veterinary staff at North Shore Animal League America. “And certain anxieties, they seem less reactive to certain things.”
Essentially, CBD is non-psychoactive but has a number of the same medical benefits as THC. This means you can take advantage of the therapeutic benefits for your pet without being concerned they will have the “stoned” feeling that goes with THC – which obviously would be very upsetting for a dog.
“The psychotic ingredient in it that makes people high is not present at CBD oil, and they’re not entirely sure how the CBD, the Cannabidiol, actually works to do the things that they’re claiming that it does,” says Verdino. “We don’t know, but they seem to be less reactive to low level pain stimuli, so like arthritis and things like that, when they take the product. And certain anxieties, they seem less reactive to certain things.”