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CBD Oil For Pets

100% Hempseed based Phytocannabinoid Oil
Formulated for dogs, cats and horses
Full spectrum Phytocannabinoid via cold CO2 extraction
3rd party lab tested for quality, safety, and efficacy
Organic Hempseed Oil sourced from Canada
Contains zero chemical or pesticide residues
0.0% THC = Non-psychoactive = NO “High” whatsoever it is safe and gentle enough for dogs and cats
100% natural, No additives or preservatives, hexanes or other chemicals
Easy to use dropper allows for a perfect dosage

Our formula is 100% natural, and independently quality tested to ensure purity and effectiveness. It does not contain pesticide residue, and is derived from only the finest hempssed cold pressed oil procured from Canadian industrial hemp farmers.

Why Phytocannabinoid? While the FDA has prevented any wide scale studies being performed in the US on the effectiveness of phyto-cannabinoid for a whole range of health conditions, international studies suggest that it may help with issues such as anxiety, seizures, convulsions, inflammation, chronic pain, and more. We can’t say it will treat these or any other conditions.

What’s the Difference Between Phytocannabinoids and Cannabinoids?

It might interest you to know that there’s actually a minimal difference between phytocannabinoids and cannabinoids. The difference is just a matter of specificity. Phytocannabinoids refer to any cannabinoid that is naturally occurring within the cannabis family of plants. Such cannabinoids include the more famous THC and CBD, but they also include other cannabinoids such as cannabigerol (CBG), which we will discuss. There are over 70 phytocannabinoids discovered and studied within the cannabis plant.

These phytocannabinoids can be considered as a contrast to endogenous cannabinoids, which are the lipids and ligands that your body makes on its own through the endocannabinoid system (ECS) without any interference or ingestion of the cannabis plant. Phytocannabinoids each have different ways of interacting with the ECS.  For this article, we will be looking at Cannabigerol (CBG), Cannabichromene (CBC), Cannabidiol (CBD), Tetrahydrocannabinols (THC), Cannabinol (CBN), and Cannabitriol (CBT), but bear in mind that this is not the all-inclusive list. Research is still underway about further details regarding many phytocannabinoids.

Just give your pet the recommended dosage depending on his weight from the  dosage suggestions on the label.  It may take up to two days for results to become apparent. Always ask your vet or another professional before discontinuing your pet’s medications or other treatments.

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