Pet Talk: CBD and your pet

Since the legalization of medical marijuana, CBD oil has become all the rage for humans and pets a like! This non-intoxicating marijuana extract also known as Cannabidiol, is a phytocannabinoid that was originally discovered in the 1940s. It is a compound found in the cannabis and hemp plant that has been proven to be effective in treating a wide range of health conditions, ailments and diseases.

CBD has been scientifically proven to modulate and repair many physiological systems in the human brain and body, through the endocannabinoid system. Interestingly enough, the endocannabinoid system is also found in all mammals and is made up of several receptors that react only to cannabinoids. This is why these plant-based compounds have been known to help ease pain of various medical contains.

Unlike THC, CBD is 100% non-psychoactive and does not produce the adverse sensation of being “high”. The great thing about CBD oil is that it is flexible and clinical trials have shown astonishing results when taken as a general health booster to as an alternative remedy. Because CBD has been scientifically proven to modulate and repair physiological systems in the brain and body , household pets like cats and dogs have found great relief in using CBD oil to manage their joint and mobility issues, PTSD and even anxiety. And, it doesn’t just stop there! CBD oil has been found to greatly help with skin irritations, seizures, epilepsy and it also an effective pain reliever for this pets who are going through treatments or healing.

Just like us, at times our furry friends may also need some alternative support to maintain a healthy, balanced life in a natural and safe way. CBD oil has not only been proven to be effective and safe but it also helps with a whole range of health conditions that most people have given up on trying to remedy. The bottom line is, CBD oil can be a healthy (and sometimes, even life-saving) herb for you and your precious furry friend!

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