CBD for Dogs 101 - Explained!

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10 Amazing Benefits of CBD Full Spectrum Extract for animals

If you are like most pet owners, you hate it when your bubbly pet gets sick and withdrawn. This is definitely not a good time for you, and you can do anything to get their spirits up again.

 

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Nature has provided an incredible plant and flower that was intended to be used by Humans, Dogs, Cats, Birds - anything with a spine/backbone.

 

In this article, see 10 amazing benefits that you can derive from CBD extracts and hopefully you will be inspired to give it a try. 

 

For starters, let me explain what CBD is and what it is not.

CBD which is just a short form for cannabidiol is one of the many cannabinoid compounds found in cannabis sativa L or industrial hemp. It should not be confused with the popular marijuana which is a different strain of the cannabis sativa plant. In a nutshell, full spectrum CBD extract contains less than 0.3% THC (the compound that ‘gets you high’ when you take marijuana), though both cannabidiol and THC (tetra hydrocannabiol) are cannabinoids found in cannabis sativa. This also serves to assure you that CBD full spectrum oil will not get your pet intoxicated at all. It has shown a good safety margin for use on pets with low toxicity levels. This should answer the question on legality, since CBD extract contains only trace amounts of the psychoactive component THC, it is legal most parts of the world. I hope that sheds some light on how the two differ.

 

The Endocannabinoid System - IMPORTANT!

 

Mammals (spine/backbone) have a similar physiology to humans, including striking similarities in their endocannabinoid system. Why is this system important when talking about CBD? CBD interacts with the body through endocannabinoid receptors. This system is responsible for regulating many biological processes including pain, memory, immune response, sleep and more.  There are two types of cannabinoid receptors in mammals CB1 and CB2 which interact with both the body’s own endocannabinoids or plant derived cannabinoids (such as CBD, CBG, THC and many more). Following this interaction, the cannabinoids are able to exert their influence on the body in a similar way that traditional medicines do. Because this system is similar in humans as well as pets, the effects observed across the spectrum are similar for the better part. Let us look at some of the medicinal effects that cannabinoids have shown in pets:

Here are 10 benefits from Medicinal Cannabis CBD for Dogs

  1. Pain management

Some studies have shown that CBD has an effect on anandamide, a chemical that helps dampen pain signals in the brain. Full spectrum CBD has also been shown to have anti inflammatory effects. This makes it a good remedy against arthritic pain and other inflammatory conditions. Some pet owners have also achieved positive results with CBD in the management of cancer pain and other cancer symptoms.

  1. Anti convulsion

The famous story of Charlotte Figibrought CBD to the limelight as an effective anti epilepsy remedy. A combination of CBD and THC has also been shown as effective treatment for Tourette’s syndrome and multiple sclerosis. A high quality whole spectrum CBD oil may be all you need the next time your pet has a seizure or fit.

  1. Treatment of neurodegenerative disease

Some dog studies have shown CBD to be effective against degenerative myelopathy, alzheimer and parkinson. In older dogs CBD works to protect the brain from cell death caused by free radicals and toxins.

  1. Treatment of nausea and loss of appetite

Your pet may be struggling to eat for various reasons. If you have tried several remedies or treatments with no relief you should possibly try full spectrum CBD oil. Some pet owners have had positive results with CBD oil for the control nausea and loss of appetite.

  1. Promotes cardiovascular health

Infusing your pet’s foods with CBD extract may have positive impacts on their cardiovascular health, according to some research.

  1. Anti depressant

Full spectrum CBD extract contains terpenes which are natural stress relievers. If you sense that your pet is sinking into stressful zones, you can get them to taste some CBD extract and they will be relaxed in no time.

  1. Anti anxiety: Situaltional, Storms, Separation, over-stimuli, etc

Cannabinoids working in synergy have been shown to work well to combat anxiety. This is one of the pros of using the whole plant (Full Spectrum) extract as compared to using a CBD only isolate (HH Outlet PURE PET  CBD OIL is FULL SPECTRUM). But how do you tell when your pet is anxious? Some of the things to look out for include: being overly cautions of strangers, chewing on furniture, urinating or defecating in the house, pacing near windows and doors, approaching every dog with too much energy, company coming over (do you put your pet in other room), travel and long car ride panting...

  1. Nausea and vomiting relief

Many things may cause nausea and vomiting in pets. It is important to consult a vet to establish the underlying cause. As the pet continues to receive treatment, CBD can effectively work to relieve symptoms and make your pet as comfortable as possible, even as they recover. Traditional anti-emetic drugs are known to cause many side effects, this make CBD full spectrum extracts a good and healthy alternative.

  1. Cancer treatment

CBD extract has been widely used to manage cancer symptoms in both humans and pets. However, it has also been shown that CBD extract can slow down the growth of tumors. This is one of the primary reasons causing the increasing interest around CBD full spectrum extract, as cancer has no known effective cure as yet.

  1. Body homeostasis

This list is not comprehensive as research is on going around the medicinal value of full spectrum CBD extract. But I have to mention one important reason why CBD extract should be incorporated into your pet’s lifestyle- homoeostasis. Our bodies (as well as those of pets) maintain a certain balance when they are in optimum health. But as life is, this balance gets disrupted and our biological systems end up not functioning optimally. Research has shown that the endocannabinoid system plays a key role in promoting homoeostasis in the body.

Hence, researchers suggest that, by stimulating the endocannabinoid system, cannabinoids like CBD can help promote homeostasis in the body. That is where CBD extract supplement comes in. For many pet owners, CBD is not just for treating the above mentioned conditions but is also a health supplement to boost the health and vitality of your pet.

 

Administration

 

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Now that we have talked about the benefits of CBD full spectrum extract, let’s discuss how to use it. Most times, it will come to you in form of an oil like substance. And the easiest way to use it is just to give your pet a few drops through the mouth. Putting the drops under the pet’s tongue will increase the bioavailability of the CBD, as this place has many blood vessels. But if you cannot “get there”, it’s okay, just adjust the dosage accordingly. Another alternative (if your pet hates taking medication) is to infuse your recipes with CBD oil. This is the most exciting part, and I will show you shortly how to do this. But let’s mention a bit about dosages first.

 

Dosage: (oil is most popular method as you can squeeze oil inside your dogs mouth if they are nervous but you can't make them eat a treat)

 

Figuring out dosage is tricky, but thankfully CBD has no toxic levels. You may have to do trial and error until you find the amount (Balance Point) that is effective for treating the condition. You often start with a lower dose and keep increasing as you observe the effects. Another way to think about this - alcohol and intoxication (tipsy). Alcohol comes in percent % fashion (beer is 5%, wine is 14%), and it may only take 2 beers before you are tipsy and your other friends need 4 beers - same alcohol, different BALANCE POINT before its effects work (feeling tipsy).

Also remember that the effect will not show immediately, you need to give CBD adequate time to take full effect in the body. However, you can use these pointers to give you an estimate of what dosages may work for dogs:

  • 10 lbs: 1-5 mg
  • 20 lbs: 2-10 mg
  • 30 lbs: 3-15 mg

Allow for 30-60 minutes to observe for a response.

 

How to Infuse Your Recipes With CBD Oil

 

You can infuse most of your recipes with a few drops of your DIY CBD oil. You just need to have these considerations in mind;

  1. Boiling points; most cannabinoids boil at between 160-180 degrees. It is recommended that you do not use recipes that have temperatures that go beyond 220 degrees at most as the CBD oil will evaporate.
  2. Solubility; CBD extract is fat soluble. In case of smoothies and other drinks, be aware that you will see your oil floating on top of the liquid.

With this in mind, you can be as creative as possible. You can infuse all forms of foods including; baked foods, no bake treats, drinks, readymade treats and much more.

Now that you have gotten this far, let me reward you with a few tips on how to select the best CBD full spectrum oil for your pet;

  • Check reviews from real pet owners as manufacturers will certainly say their product is the best. HH Outlet has several real client reviews. Be sure to see HH Outlet client reviews at the bottom of PURE PET CBD OIL - click here.
  • Go for full spectrum CBD as opposed to isolated. Recent studies have shown that through the entourage effect, the full spectrum extract is more beneficial for the health of your pet.
  • Ensure that the full spectrum CBD oil you choose needs to have THC levels below 0.3%. THC is the psychoactive component in marijuana and it can get your pet intoxicated. Studies have shown that dogs have more cannabinoid receptors in their brain and so are more susceptible to the effects of THC.

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