Have you thought about giving your pet CBD Hemp Oil? As it turns out, more and more people are sharing the healing properties of CBD hemp oil with their four-legged friends, and for good reason. As you’ll see, science shows us that our furry companions utilize the compounds in hemp just like we do, which is why veterinarians are beginning to access the use of CBD to treat our precious cats and dogs.
Although, there are no official standard dosing guidelines for animals set in place, there are some general recommended CBD dosage guidelines you can follow. While it can seem like a task to figure out the correct dosage for your pet, below is an easy way to calculate exactly how much CBD oil you should give your cat or dog.
Dosing Frequency: To control discomfort, give every 8 hours or as needed. To control anxiety, give 30 minutes before the event (thunderstorm, fireworks, leaving the home, separation, traveling with your pet). For all other uses give twice a day.
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It’s no wonder that pet adoptions are up dramatically over the recent weeks. Finding companionship and providing a home to four-legged friends can be a silver lining to this crisis. While we “shelter-in-place”, most pet shelters are actually out of adoptable animals.
While the change in work and travel schedules has made this all possible, there is another reason to the uptick. Having a pet companion with us can reduce our feelings of isolation and provide much needed stress relief.
Medicinal mushrooms got their name because they contain incredibly powerful compounds that bolster health and balance the immune system. Many forms of mushrooms have been used throughout history in Ancient Chinese medicine and other Asian countries. Mushrooms contain the strongest immune-boosting substances found in nature and have developed these defenses in order to battle the same pathogens that affect both humans and animals. [Read more…]
Dogs and cats have an Endocannabinoid System (ECS) just as do humans and other animals. Actually, all mammals including horses, monkeys and elephants, as well as birds, reptiles, and fish have an ECS. You may be more familiar with the other systems of the body including the circulatory, respiratory, urinary, reproductive, integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, lymphatic, and digestive system. The recently discovered 12thsystem, the ECS, has been called “the most important physiologic system involved in establishing and maintaining overall health”. [Read more…]