What is CBD?
To start with, CBD is an abbreviation of the chemical compound Cannabidiol. Cannabidiol is well known for its therapeutic activity. It has been found to be very effective in the treatment of Epilepsy and seizures, allergies, anxiety and a host of other disease conditions. Cannabidiol belongs to a family of chemical compounds derived from the Cannabis plant referred to as Cannabinoids. Other chemical compounds in this class include: Cannabinol, Cannabigerol, Cannabichromene and so on. Of all the listed cannabinoids, Cannibidiol could cure your pet.
CBD and your pet(s)
For pet lovers, there is almost nothing that could be more painful than the death of a pet due to illness. Therefore, pet lovers would do all in their capacity to ensure that pets are in good shape. However, incidence of illness cannot be ruled out in keeping a pet and such illness must be properly combated, to enjoy a continued relationship with your pet(s).
The ways CBD could cure your pets
Cannabidiol, having undergone extensive clinical trials have been found to be very effective in treating human patients as well as animals, However, CBD should only be administered by experts, your vet, in this case, because successful therapy depends on proper dosage. Cannabidiol has been found to cure the following diseases in animals
- Epilepsy and seizures
- Joint pain, arthritis, and mobility issues
- Digestive tract health and nausea
- Anxiety and phobias
- Pain and inflammation due to injury, illness, or age
- Skin diseases
Side Effects of Cannabidiol (CBD) in Pets
Cannabidiol, otherwise referred to as ‘medical cannabis’ has few noticeable side effects in pets. A particularly noticeable side effect is Drowsiness, which is one of the most severe side effects of CBD in pets. It should however be noted that these side effects are not fatal. However, the cannabidiol provided to treat your pets must be screened for quality and ascertained to be free from Tetra hydro cannabinol (THC), which could cause static ataxia or THC overdose in dogs. Check here.
Also,the cost of providing a constant supply of CBD oil or other CBD supplement to a pet per month is estimated beabout $20 to $40 per month in the United States, which is comparable to a prescription drug for pain or anxiety.
Thus, it is advised that you get in touch with your veterinary doctor or Pharmacist in your neighborhood, to get more acquainted with the immense benefit your pet would gain from a CBD therapy. Such visit to your Vet or Pharmacist I am sure would proof more than rewarding and enlightening, as these professionals would give you information about its availability and the legal issues surrounding the use of CBD, because, at present, the use of CBD is not legalized in all countries.
Therefore, with adequate information about CBD you could provide a more comprehensive form of healthcare to your pet, and enjoy the immense benefits associated with keeping a pet. Check out this site: https://dutchnaturalhealing.com/en/CBD-voor-Huisdieren-c71.html