Early research suggests that cannabidiol (CBD) may help pets with conditions like anxiety, chronic pain, and seizures, but it’s best to work with a veterinarian who is familiar with CBD products if you are looking to give them a try for your pet.
Using CBD for pet health problems is based on the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS). The goal of the ECS is to achieve and maintain balance of all processes in the body. This is thought to be the reason CBD may have so many potential benefits. Keep in mind that every pet’s ECS functions a little bit differently, so CBD may work better for some than others.
CBD may play a role in lowering inflammation and relieving pain by affecting the ECS and other nerves that are involved in creating pain sensations. More specifically, studies have shown that reducing joint inflammation relieves aches and pains in pets.
Many pets experience anxiety, leading to several troublesome behaviors. CBD is thought to ease nervousness and provide feelings of calm; activating some of the same areas of the brain that helps us feel happy and relaxed.
CBD has also been shown to help with epilepsy in dogs by lowering the frequency of seizures when used in combination with traditional antiseizure medications.
Recommended to support long-term health and optimal body function.
Directions: For use in dogs and cats only. Consult your veterinarian for recommended usage. Use twice daily, adjusting amount as needed. Split recommended daily usage between AM/PM.
Pet Weight : Usage
<10 lbs : 0.25 ml/day
10-25 lbs : 0.5 ml/day
26-50 lbs : 0.75 ml/day
51-75 lbs : 1 ml/day
Active Ingredients Per Dropper (1ml): Organic Full Spectrum Hemp Extract……..27.5mg
Contains 16.7 mg of Cannabidiol (CBD) and naturally occurring terpenes and flavonoids.
Inactive Ingredients: Organic MCT Oil
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place, away from sunlight.
Caution: Not for human consumption. Keep out of reach of children and animals. In case of an accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately. If animal's condition worsens, or does not improve, stop product administration, and consult your veterinarian.