Much like humans our furry family also have an endocannabinoid system that is made of receptors linking to the immune and nervous system. As such there is a noted correlation between the effects of cannabinoid products on pets as well as humans in a variety of forms.
CBD stands for Cannabidiolm. Cannabidiol is derived from cannabis plant (also known as marijuana); however, it is not the same as the psychoactive derivative we know as the chemical compound THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol). CBD is NOT a psychoactive drug; it will not get your dog high.
CBD is a great way to supplement your pet's diet as a preventative measure as well as a natural remedy to many prevalent ailments experienced by our furry friends.
Dogs and Cats do require different dosing, but our suggestion is to always start small and build on the dose until your pet has reached it's desired effect. Some of the most common include oil tincture, edible dog treats, dietary capsules, and food spray. Not all products are created with the same amount of CBD per dose so it's important to keep dosage in mind when finding the right solution for your pet.
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Due to FDA regulations, we cannot make claims about whether or not our products can help with specific ailments. We do, however, suggest that you conduct your own research in order to make the best decision for your wellness goals.