*Humans, pets, and really any animal with a spine all have the endocannabinoid system in common. This means that CBD can help you and your pets with both chronic and acute conditions, including arthritis, compromised immune systems, stress responses, aggression and digestive issues. Veterinarians are also finding CBD can be used to support acute ailments like sprains and strains, torn ligaments, bone breaks and post-operative care to help reduce swelling, pain and stiffness. Studies are under way into CBD’s effects on other diseases.
How to Use
Simply add to their food. Dosage varies with the size and weight of your pet but a general guideline can
be found on our bottles.
Thank you for your wonderful products! I use them for myself and my pets--but it started with my cat, who has cancer. He had declined to the point where one day he could no longer eat because of a growth in his jaw. The vet said that I should let him go right then and there in the office. I wasn't ready, so I took him home for a while. I was going to take him back to the vet to let him go the next day. Your CBD oil arrived literally within hours of when I had planned to say goodbye. He was so far gone that I didn't think it could do anything, but I had nothing to lose by trying the CBD oil with him. Within one day, his pain symptoms disappeared, and he started eating again. At the time that I'm writing this, that was four months ago. I recently sent his vet a video of him trotting, eating, and full of life. She told me that when she saw him last, he was within hours of death and that she had no medical explanation for his turnaround. She described it as a "miracle," and she is NOT the type to talk that way. In fact, based on his progress, she said that she will now research CBD oil for her practice, which she had not yet done. Thank you!
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