The Benefits of CBD for Pets
For years, natural remedies have seldom been considered when it comes to treating the aches and pains of our four-legged family members. As a society, we already use CBD to treat a varied list of ailments that include depression, appetite loss, glaucoma, sleeplessness, and so much more. It’s about time we extend that same courtesy to our pets. Recent studies have shown that CBD is particularly effective for alleviating anxiety, reducing seizures and eliminating pain in pets--not to mention the wonders it can do for improving skin conditions to boot. As more research slowly comes to light, we’re constantly learning about how this natural compound affects canines in much the same way that it does humans. In time. modern science will pull back the curtain so that we can use CBD to create a better living for your pets.
Common Questions About CBD
What is CBD?
Cannabidiol, CBD for short, is the non-psychoactive component of the cannabis plant. Studies have shown enormous therapeutic potential and are currently researching the effect it can have on patients experiencing a wide range of conditions that include: chronic pain, insomnia, PTSD, anxiety, epilepsy, dementia, and more.
How does CBD work?
CBD functions by binding cannabinoid receptors found in the body’s endocannabinoid system. These receptors exist in virtually every cell and tissue type in the human body--accounting for the seemingly endless variety of CBD uses.
Are CBD products legal?
In short, yes--so long as they’re derived from hemp and contain less than 0.3% THC. No medical marijuna card is required to buy, or use, hemp derivatives of CBD products. For a COA on any of our products, please contact us directly.
Is CBD natural?
Yes, CBD is a 100% naturally occurring chemical compound that comes from the cannabis plant.
Is it safe for my pet?
CBD exhibits no adverse effects on humans or animals, nor does it show any potential signs for abuse or dependence.
Will CBD get my pet high?
CBD provides a variety of health benefits without producing any of the psychoactive or “euphoric” effects of conventional marijuana products.