What is CBD

CBD is the most talked-about non-psychoactive cannabis compound today. It is one of the 100+ cannabinoids (natural chemical compounds) found in the hemp plant. When you smoke or ingest cannabis, the cannabinoids travel to the brain where they attach themselves to specific receptors and create their effect. However, when you use CBD, there is no psychoactive effect whatsoever. That means you won’t get high off of it. In fact, the scientific literature suggests CBD has anti-anxiety, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anticonvulsant properties.

What’s even more exciting is CBD can help your dog deal with anxiety and stress naturally and without any harmful side effects. Research has shown CBD can help pets with separation anxiety, general anxiety, and even panic attacks.

Further, CBD has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immune-boosting properties which promote overall good health.

Liposomal CBD is one of the best type that you can give to your pets

How does CBD oil work in my dog’s body?

CBD interacts with the body’s endocannabinoid system to promote calmness and ease discomfort.

CBD has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immune-boosting properties which promotes overall good health.

At Pet Releaf, we utilize a full spectrum hemp extract in our products, which means the extraction facility extracts from the entire hemp plant to retrieve all of the beneficial cannabinoids found in the plant, including CBD. When all of the cannabinoids work together in the body, it’s known as the entourage effect. The multiple cannabinoid profile works with the ECS receptors to help your dog’s body function at optimum levels of health.

Further, CBD has anti-anxiety and pain relieving properties which means it can help your dog deal with the daily stressors of life.

By the way, did you know there are more than 5,000 species of animals on this planet? Each one of them has an endocannabinoid system. What this means is each and every living creature on this planet has the potential to benefit from CBD. It’s truly a “universal cannabinoid!”

If your dog gets anxiety from thunder or fireworks, CBD will help him cope with those situations. If he gets anxious when it’s time to go to the vet, CBD will help him cope with that situation also. In fact, CBD has been proven to be effective in dealing with just about any type of anxiety disorder your dog may have.

CBD for Dogs Dosage

Yet, we always recommend starting at the lowest recommended dose and increasing the amount as your dog’s body adjusts to the oil. Keep in mind, not every dog will experience the same effects from CBD. Some dogs may require more CBD than others to achieve maximum relief.

Try our CBD for dogs first if:

Your dog is over six months old and has been experiencing joint discomfort on a frequent basis. Your vet has advised that there is nothing medically wrong with your dog. You want to help him feel better and ease his discomfort.

You suspect your dog may be over-exercising or participating in other strenuous activities which may be causing joint discomfort.

Your dog is a puppy and you are having trouble getting him to sleep through the night.

Your dog is an older dog who is beginning to show signs of aging and you want to help him live a longer, healthier life.

Unlike many prescription drugs on the market today, our CBD products for dogs are safe and have no reported side effects whatsoever. This is because our hemp is organically grown and does not contain any banned substances. Also, unlike with most prescription drugs, there is no need for your veterinarian to prescribe CBD for your pet. That means you can use our products without worrying about any negative interactions with other medications your pet may be taking.

We use only the purest, organic ingredients in our products. No fillers such as corn starch or wheat flour. Nothing that will interfere with your dog’s digestive system or cause him to become constipated. And nothing that will make your dog sleepy or cause him to fall asleep during the day.

Our CBD products are all-natural and can be safely administered to dogs of all ages.


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