What Hemp CBD can do for your dog or cat

//What Hemp CBD can do for your dog or cat
What Hemp CBD can do for your dog or cat 2017-11-08T15:26:13+00:00

CBD – Natural Relief for Your Pet

Cannabidiol (CBD), one of the active constituents of the cannabis plant, has profound healing and balancing effects on all mammals. Pet owners have used it for a broad spectrum of medical and behavioral issues — cancer pain, arthritis, muscle spasms, seizures, neurological and digestive disorders, anxieties, obsessions, past traumas, withdrawal, mood, and memory. During recovery from illness or surgery, CBD can stimulate the appetite and speed healing. At the end of life, it can ease the pain and fear your pet may be experiencing. CBD does all this by stimulating the endocannabinoid system.

The Endocannabinoid System and How It Works

Named after the plant that led to its discovery, the endocannabinoid system is a network of receptors located throughout the body. Short-lived natural endocannabinoid substances are synthesized on demand by the body to maintain homeostasis, a stable internal environment. When these internal mechanisms lag behind the body’s needs, supplementing with extra CBD can help. Research also suggests that supplementing can coax the body to build more receptors so natural cannabinoids will work more effectively.

Two types of receptors have been identified: CB1 receptors, predominantly in the brain, nervous system, glands and organs; and CB2 receptors, found mainly in the regulatory cells of the immune system. Many tissues contain both receptors, each linked to a different action. A key role of the endocannabinoid system is controlling inflammation by up-regulating or down-regulating the immune response. An overactive response can lead to allergies and auto-immune problems; an underactive one can leave the body susceptible to infections and the unchecked proliferation of cancer cells.

Safety: Hemp vs. Marijuana

Although hemp and marijuana are both classified as cannabis, they are distinctly different varieties. Recreational marijuana is very high in euphoria-producing THC, while hemp plants contain virtually no THC but have high levels of beneficial CBD. Hemp-derived CBD is not psychoactive and won’t make an animal high. It has no unpleasant side effects, and hemp products containing less than .3% THC are legal for sale in all 50 states. CBD from hemp is not regulated as a drug, has no known toxic level, and it is impossible to overdose.

Administering CBD and Determining Dosage

CBD is available in many convenient forms. Extracts can be given from a dropper bottle directly into the mouth, added to food, dropped on a treat, rubbed into bare skin or inside the ears, or dropped on an animal’s paw so they will lick it off. You can also find hemp CBD biscuits, hemp CBD capsules and gel caps, and topical hemp CBD ointments. 

Dosage can vary quite a bit from one situation to the next. It may be necessary to experiment a little to find the right amount, and how often to give.

Typical suggested starting dose: 1 mg – 5 mg per 10 lbs. of bodyweight

Cats
1 – 5mg

Dogs

10 lbs  20 lbs  30 lbs  40 lbs  50 lbs 60 lbs 70 lbs  80 lbs
 1 – 5mg  2 – 10mg  3 – 15mg  4 – 20mg  5 – 25mg  6 – 30mg  7 – 35mg  8 – 40mg

Start with a dose on the low end of the range. Changes usually occur within 30 minutes. If there is no change after an hour, increase the dosage. Occasionally improvements will take more than one treatment. To control pain, give approximately every 8 hours. For other uses, or to break unwanted behavior patterns, give once or twice a day. Remember that you cannot overdose and there is no toxicity associated with CBD.

DOG Situations that CBD May help Ease:

• lack of appetite
• separation anxiety
• excessive barking
• nausea from car rides
• lack of vitality and energy
• trips to the vet or groomer
• muscle spasms or seizures
• pain from cancer or arthritis
• recovery from surgery or illness
• pacing or inability to settle or relax
• fear of thunderstorms, fireworks or loud noises
• grumpiness or aggression toward another animal

CAT Situations that CBD May help Ease:

• multi-cat households
• poor appetite
• constant hiding
• fear of the litter box
• eating inappropriate objects
• crying with no apparent cause
• trips to the vet or riding in the car
• distress from a change in the environment
• grumpiness or aggression with another animal

All The Best Pet Care carries its own specially formulated hemp CBD oil for dogs and cats.

All The Best’s products are made from a concentrated extract of Cannabidiol (CBD) in a base of Virgin Hemp Oil.  Our hemp products are obtained by the CO2 extraction method for a clean solvent-free extract. The whole hemp plant is used to produce a full spectrum extract with hundreds of trace compounds for the “entourage effect” (when all of the constituents work together to magnify the benefits)

  • From licensed Kentucky-grown hemp with virtually no THC (less than 0.3%)
  • Legal in all US states; exempt from Schedule 1 drug classification
  • CBD levels and potency in each batch are lab-tested for accuracy

All The Best Hemp CBD Oil (Double Strength): 0.28 mg CBD per drop

All The Best Hemp CBD Oil (6x Potency): 1.66 mg CBD per drop

All The Best Hemp CBD Oil Capsules 15 mg CBD per capsule

All The Best Coconut Hemp CBD Oil 50mg per teaspoon

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