CBD Oil Works for Pets
We all love our pets dearly. For me, my two huskies are my babies. We love them, so when they are hurting, we feel helpless sometimes because it is often not much, we can do for them. I have spent a great deal of money taking them to the vet. As they get older more health issues develop. A few common problems that affect dogs are seizures, epilepsy, arthritis, and other joint issues. There are several prescription medications that can be given, however, I was never thrilled with the results or the side effects. Sometimes my dogs would vomit or look like they are feeling worse than they did before I gave them medicine. They are also anti-social as they tend to want to be left alone when they don't feel well. I'm no scientist, but when I gave my dogs CBD dog treats made from CBD Isolate, I had seen a complete reversal in behavior. My dogs wanted to play and were much more active. This is why I believe CBD oil helps with joint pain. They did not show any side effects other than being playful. It seemed that if side effect existed the results out-weighed the risks.
I started doing a bunch of research on the effects of CBD helping joint pain and seizures and came across a study conducted by the University of Colorado. They conducted a CBD clinical trial using CBD Oil containing less than 0.3% THC. The study consisted of 16 dogs. CBD oil for nine of dogs and placebo for seven others. All of these dogs suffered from epilepsy, however, the dogs that were given CBD dog treats had a noticeable reduction in seizures.
Why is CBD so expensive? CBD is expensive due to the complex extraction process to isolate the CBD from the industrial hemp. This Isolate or CBD Oil is then added to a pet snack to create a CBD dog treat. You can also use a CBD oil tincture and using an eyedropper add the CBD oil under the tongue to active it quickly.
Eden's Herbals has CBD Dog Treats made from Peanut Butter, Apples, Carrots, & Molasses. Each bag of 50 treats contains 250 mg of 99% pure CBD Isolate. My dogs absolutely love them and they are very fussy eaters. what can I say, my wife, spoils them.Dose: 1 treat for every 30 lbs of the dog's weight.