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Have you heard about the success of CBD oil for bringing balance to your body and it’s endocannabinoid system? Maybe you’re one of those people already using CBD and are in the 50% of people who have so much success with it that you’ve stopped using traditional medications.
If you’re a pet owner, it’s only natural that you may have considered CBD oil for your pets. Humans have enjoyed great success with it, and so can pets! Read on for some more information about CBD oils and your pets.
What Is CBD Oil?
First things first: CBD oil is not psychoactive. It does not produce a feeling of being “high” like you would get with THC. So what is CBD then? CBD is short for cannabidiol. CBD is a cannabinoid, which is a naturally occurring chemical in cannabis.
Cannabinoids are effective because they work with the natural regulating systems inside our bodies. In particular, cannabinoids work with the endocannabinoid system (ECS) which helps with stress recovery, immune system balance, mood, memory, pain perception, appetite, and sleep.
CBD does not make you feel high and can be a natural alternative for many different medications and conditions. There are a variety of ways to take CBD, including ingestion through edibles or in your regular food or drink, placing it under your tongue, rubbing it on your joints and skin, or simply taking a CBD oil capsule.
CBD Oil and Pets
The CBD oils found on our site come from hemp, not medical marijuana, and give the beneficial CBD properties with with minimal THC, or even in THC Free CBD options.
CBD oil can help with pet unease due to traveling, thunderstorms, or fireworks, which may lead to a lessening dependence on thunder wraps.
CBD Oil and Other Conditions in Pets
CBD oil has been shown to suppress Th17 dominance, which is a common cause of autoimmune disorders. And, it can relieve and restore normal gut health.
One last benefit of CBD oil is its impact on cardiovascular health. It can reduce damage to blood vessels due to it’s powerful antioxidant properties, protect blood vessels from damage, and reduce heart rate and blood pressure caused by feelings of unease.
But Is It Legal?
Yes! The use of CBD oil is legal in all 50 states. Because it does not contain THC and does not have psychoactive effects, CBD oil is legal. Most CBD oils are extracted from hemp oil and contain no traces of THC, so it’s legal across the U.S. for use by humans and animals.
Not only is it legal, it is safe. Many studies have shown the beneficial impacts of CBD oil. However, because it can decrease the activity of liver enzymes that are necessary to metabolize many prescription medications in your pets, it is important to consult with your holistic vet before using CBD oil.
CBD oil is much milder than other prescription drugs and most pets don’t build up a tolerance to it, allowing it to be used for extended periods of time.
Choosing Good CBD Oils for Your Pet
There are a few things you should be on the lookout for when you’re selecting a CBD oil for your pet.
First, you will want a high-quality, organic CBD oil. Organic CBD oil won’t contain any pesticides or fungicides.
The higher the quality, the higher the price. With CBD oil, you get what you pay for, so high-quality CBD oil is pricier than lower quality products. Good quality CBD oil should be free of additives and contain a high amount of CBD.
To make sure the oil has plenty of CBD in it, you can get a lab analysis. The manufacturer can provide the lab analysis, proving how much CBD is included and also will allow you to verify that there is no THC in the oil.
You should buy it as a tincture; this is the best way to administer CBD oil, as you just administer drops and can adjust the serving.
Want to Know More?
If you have a pet you think would benefit from CBD oil, you can read more information about CBD oils and pets on our site and also take a look at the different products we have to offer you and your pets.
You can also contact us if you have questions or need more information.