Organic: The Hemp plant has a lot of amazing benefits, and one of those is it’s great at cleaning up toxic spills. This makes it so important that you only chose CBD oil derived from organic grown hemp free of any harmful chemicals.
CBD Oils are far more effective when paired with other cannabinoids and terpenes. This mix creates what is known as the entourage effect which strengthens the benefit of the cannabis plant. This gives you the widest range of help possible from the Hemp Extract resulting in what is known as Full Spectrum CBD Oil.
Pain (e.g., arthritis, bone pain) Anxiety (e.g., separation, loud noises, fireworks, travel, crowds) Inflammation Nausea and vomiting Loss of appetite Seizures, convulsions, and muscle spasms For more information on the current studies being held in regards to CBD checkout our scientific research library here.”
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Both Hemp and Marijuana are species of cannabis plants, and while they have the same cannabinoids and terpenes, the percentages and ratios differ immensely.
Take note, when giving your dog hemp extract to avoid marijuana as products high in Tetrahydrocannabinol are not safe for dogs. Make sure those levels are always lower than 0.3% for any hemp CBD Products.
No, absolutely not. Our CBD for dogs is sourced exclusively from 100% USDA organic farms, so this is never an issue. Even though none of our ingredients have ever been exposed to pesticides, we still routinely have our phyto-cannabinoid oil tested by an independent lab for potency and the presence of any toxins/pesticides. You can see the results on the certificate of analysis found on our website.
Like previously mentioned above in the article, the Endocannabinoid System is located within all animals except insects. It is responsible for sending signals between nerve cells and is activated by specific Cannabinoids which is why Full Spectrum CBD Oil for Dogs was developed. By targeting this system we can improve the communication and create homeostasis within the body which allows for all of the other systems like the Cardiovascular and Respiratory System to function efficiently.
Two of my friends have used Innovet Pet CBD with their pets – one is a senior cat and the other a senior dog. The cat will not eat her food if it has CBD in it, no matter what delicacy it’s served with, and because of the cat’s age, the mom thought she’d leave the cat alone if she didn’t want it.
My senior dog and cat have taken Innovet Pet PurCBD for three months now and its effectiveness has encouraged me to write a review of the product. Let me give you some background on my pets, so you will understand what this product was up against.
Bella is more talkative than before, and if you know black male cats, they talk – a lot! He plays with toys again, and scratches his post. He’s just all-around more confidant, active, and, most importantly, not feeling that rear-end weakness he felt before.
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I was fortunate to find a new vet at that time who took over Nukkles’ immediate health needs. He gave Nukkles a shot of Cytopoint, which stopped his itching within a few days! We were told to return in four to eight weeks for another shot when the itching started up again. (It never came back!)
Nukkles doesn’t scratch or bite himself anymore! He’s regained his appetite, and his back legs shake only when he gets up from too long a nap, and he walks off the stiffness. He spends more time awake and his eyes literally sparkle again like a Terrier. It doesn’t seem to matter to him that he still can’t hear!
The pure CBD oil is probably the best way to give your pets CBD, and it comes in different strengths, for small to medium pets, large dogs, and even horses. Innovet Pets has CBD for pets in other forms too, like capsules, cookies, and chews. My dog eats a steak and cheese CBD treat with his breakfast.
Nukkles’ back legs shook furiously from his hips down and, after the tangle with my electronics, he had difficulty getting up, down, and even walking. He was prescribed a medication which seemed to make his shaking worse.