CBD is a useful tool in treating a wide range of ailments in both humans and pets.
CBD has been known to treat the negative symptoms associated with seizures, cancer and harsh cancer treatment, anxiety, allergies, appetite loss, arthritis, weakness with aging, and more.
If your pet is experiencing any of the following conditions, CBD treatment may be an organic, viable option.
Because cannabis was unjustly outlawed for so long, scientific research is limited.
Hundreds of testimonials are out there, but the long and strenuous process of formal research has struggled to keep up.
Until the scientific community officially recognizes the benefits of CBD, veterinarians will be cautious in suggesting its use.
Because CBD is extracted from hemp and contains a minuscule amount of THC, it is legal.
We encourage you to ask your vet about CBD use, but don’t be surprised if he or she does not want to officially endorse the use, as it is not yet recognized in the veterinarian community (but soon will be).
If your pet is currently taking any medications, do not stop their prescription cycle without consulting your vet beforehand.
While CBD can be an alternative option to conventional medicine, immediately discontinuing your pet’s current prescription cycle is not advised.
Always consult with your vet before doing so. CBD is not known to cause any adverse reactions, regardless of the prescriptions your pet may be taking.