Pets CBD oil – what you should know.
If you are a pet owner, you’ve probably stumbled upon CBD pet products. If you have, or even if you haven’t—you probably have a lot of questions. Questions that likely need to be answered before you give your beloved pets any CBD products. Well, here are some answers. Hopefully they help point you and your pet in the right direction with CBD.
Safety: Is CBD Safe for My Pets?
All mammals have what is known as the endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS is one of the largest regulatory systems in mammalian bodies. It controls the central nervous system, immune system, and peripheral nervous system—and influences others.
The ECS helps to regulate your pets’ appetite, mood, memory, and even pain sensations. The endocannabinoid system in pets, just like in humans, is stimulated by cannabinoids like CBD.
CBD is non-toxic to pets, just as it is for humans. Unlike THC, CBD is non-psychoactive, which means you nor your pet will get high. CBD has no known toxic levels in pets. The worst thing that could happen is your pet might get an upset stomach! Oddly enough, at the right dose, CBD for your bulldog or any pet, can help relieve stomach problems.
Reasons: Why should I give my pets CBD?
If you use pure CBD oil, then you probably understand the potential benefits that is offers your mind and body. Guess what—the benefits of CBD are the same for your pets!
Let’s think of the best-case scenario. Your Poodle or American Shorthair cat is a few years old and loving life as your best friend. Your pet exercises and eats a balanced diet of exotic pet foods. If this is the case, CBD oil is the perfect preventative addition to your pet’s diet. Think about it as though you are giving your pet extra defenses against muscle and joint pain—especially in their hips.
CBD Brain Power
CBD oil is also beneficial to your pet’s brain processes. Don’t think that CBD will turn your pet into the next Einstein. It will however, aid your pet’s ability to focus and pay attention. This is handy when training your pet to do new tricks. Watch out Lassie, a new age of pets is emerging. Pets powered by Cannabidiol.
If your Siamese cat or German Shepherd is a bit skittish around strangers, loud noises, or in general—CBD can help. Many pets suffer from anxiety, just like their humans. Whether it be thunder or groups of people or other pets, sometimes it gets overwhelming. CBD helps to naturally reduce separation anxiety and noise phobias. Your pet won’t seem sedated or different than its usual self! Just naturally calm and simply—happy!
Recovery from Injury with CBD
Just like with humans, sometimes pets get injured or sick. Studies are showing that CBD is beneficial to pets after surgeries. CBD is helpful in restoring proper blood flow in our pets’ bodies. Through proper blood flow we often see speedy recoveries from surgeries as the healing agents get to the site much faster.
Pets: Medical Conditions
If your pet suffers from a disease or condition we encourage you to do some research of your own. There is a lot of information on the web about giving pets CBD for cancer. You can also find information about CBD for tumors. Estimates show that nearly 5% of dogs suffer from seizures. You have likely read stories about CBD and epilepsy. Studies show that giving CBD to dogs for seizures can have similar results to the stories about children.
How Do I Give CBD to My Pets?
There are many ways to give pets CBD. But we recommend starting with a CBD oil. Using a CBD oil to serve your pet allows you to control the amount of CBD your pet is getting. If you have trouble getting the oil into your pet’s mouth, try putting it on his/her food. Similarly, you can put the drops on a treat and then give it to your pet. In some cases, you can apply a CBD topical to your pet’s skin to help with wounds, cuts, sores, or abrasions.
Servings: How much CBD should I give my pets?
Getting the serving size right for your pet is not hard at all. As mentioned above, if you give your pet too much CBD, it might get a stomach ache. Not ideal, but if you follow this guide when giving your Persian cat, or any pet, Receptra CBD—everyone will be purring.
To keep it simple, servings are based on your pets’ weight:
- Less than 15 pounds = ¼ dropper Receptra Pet
- 15 to 30 pounds = ½ dropper Receptra Pet
- 30 to 45 pounds = ¾ dropper Receptra Pet
- 45 or more pounds = 1+ dropper Receptra Pet
If your Rottweiler weighs more than 45 pounds, as most Rottweiler’s do, start with one full dropper. Do this for two to three days and monitor his or her reaction. Adjust the amount of Receptra Pet up or down to achieve desired results. Hint: This applies to all pets, not just dogs, and certainly not just Rottweilers!
Natural, Legal, Safe
CBD for pets is above all—safe. Studies show that there is no toxic level of CBD for pets. As a natural antioxidant and neuroprotectant, you can depend on CBD to protect your pet’s health and vitality. CBD products derived from hemp are 100% legal to purchase and consume. Hemp CBD products, like Receptra Pet, contain less than 0.3% THC and are available online and in stores near you.
Choosing the Right CBD Oil for Your Pets
There are many pets CBD products available in today’s market. Of course, we encourage you to try Receptra Pet, but in case you don’t, here are some tips for you.
Choose organically grown hemp CBD products. Make sure you to check to see if the company uses organic growing practices for their products. Use this to ensure no pesticides or unwanted chemicals exist in the formulation. Some companies offer certificates of analysis on their products, which can help you understand the formulation.
Be aware of CBD scams. The increased popularity of CBD products has attracted the attention of scammers. In some cases, these products do not contain what they claim. This is VERY IMPORTANT. You do not want to give your pet questionable products. When in doubt, contact the company to verify their efficacy.
Ask Questions. Don’t be afraid to ask questions about giving CBD to your pet. There are thousands of resources available to you online and at Receptra Naturals.
With little downside, if any at all, pets CBD seems like a viable source of natural wellness. The research is pouring in, and it is promising to say the least. Hopefully this will point you in the right direction when making decisions about CBD for your pet.
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