The only buzz to be had is the bark of the town. CBD is making waves in wellness for the whole family – recently raising popularity in pet health as a natural remedy for many ailments your furry friend may experience in their lifetime. Companies and clients alike claim to have the cure to get the swing back in your kitten’s tail –  how do you know what might work best? With so many options out there for pet parents, it’s becoming increasingly important, not just to know what’s in your best-kept treats and tinctures, but why each ingredient plays a part. Focusing on the key ingredient in your pet’s new routine is a purrfect way to educate yourself and become a well-informed pet parent.


What is CBD?

CBD is a popular active cannabinoid, found in both the traditional Cannabis plant, as well as Hemp. CBD is a naturally non-psychoactive compound, giving a great option for treating a range of ailments at any time of day.


How is CBD Produced?

Most CBD production comes from hemp plants, due to heavy CBD profiles being bred out over the years in Cannabis plants. Hemp, unlike Cannabis, is virtually THC free, never containing more than 0.3%, in its plant form. This makes hemp-based CBD a perfect extract choice for the most sensitive systems, on two legs or four. All mammals have an endocannabinoid system, making non-psychoactive CBD a great natural choice for pet relief.


Treating your Pet

There are many ways of CBD ingestion, such as hemp-based CBD powder and CO2 extracted CBD oil. Both can be infused into ready-made pet treats, which are great for smaller, easily divided doses during your day. CBD oil can also be added to a tincture, that is easily added in custom doses into your pets’ meals for taste-free relief that can’t be beat.


Known uses for CBD in pet treatment include:

  • Anxiety
  • Arthritic Pain
  • Appetite Loss
  • Coat shine + thickness
  • Circulation
  • Gastrointestinal issues
  • Joint and nerve pain
  • Seizures
  • Overall health and wellness

Due to a limited amount of available scientific research on the cannabis plant family, Vets do advise caution when medicating your pet with CBD, as with many natural pet remedies. Always advise your veterinarian of any dietary supplements you may be giving your pet, to ensure a good record of health.


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