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Why CBDFx Is Perfect for Your Dog

Products with cannabidiol, a non-psychotropic substance contained in cannabis, have recently gained immense popularity in the United States, becoming a billion-dollar industry.

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What is cannabidiol or CBD?

Liquid for electronic cigarettes and vape, anesthetic creams, patches and sweets of every taste, as well as capsules, oils, and mixtures.

Cannabidiol, better known as CBD, is a natural extract of regular cannabis. Recently, CBD has become so popular in the United States that it is difficult to imagine a place where it is not sold or diseases that it does not cure.

As people say, they take it for muscle anxiety, arthritis, and pain. It helps with epilepsy and post-traumatic stress disorder.

According to the statistics written by the marketing firm Brightfield Group (studies the market for CBD), the next year the cost of production will be $5.7 billion, and by 2022 this number will increase to $22 billion.

Cannabidiol is even added to dog food. There is, for example, CBD for pets - with a taste of bacon or something else that domestic animals like.

How CBD can help pets

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The active development of the drug-free cannabinoid market, as well as the expansion of their usage, led to the emergence of cannabis products for the treatment of domestic animals.

Not many know that the popularity of CBD therapy has recently been related not only to people but also to pets. In a number of economically developed countries, where the use of cannabis for medical purposes is permitted, veterinarians and specialists of the cannabis industry are considering the possibility of treating various diseases of ‘little friends’ with drug-free cannabinoids.

In dozens of US states, cannabidiol extracts, designed to treat dogs and cats, are already on sale at pet stores. The popularity of this product hasn’t spread across the ocean as the traditional cannabinoid medicine isn’t developed in some European countries. Unfortunately, there is a lack of knowledge among veterinary clinic staff about treatment options for drug-free cannabinoids and the developed methods of using cannabinoids for treating diseases of our pets.

The foundation of this kind of research has already been used in practice knowledge on the treatment of various human diseases. The endocannabinoid system is present in all mammals, so veterinarians are conducting research aimed at studying the possibility of using cannabinoids for treating various kinds of ailments in our pets, related to the functioning of the ancient signal system of all mammals.

Research is actively discussed among veterinarians on the possibilities of cannabidiol treatment for various types of neurodegenerative diseases in dogs and cats. In particular, researchers argue that these drug-free cannabinoids are most likely to effectively treat various forms of epilepsy.

How to choose CBD oil for different sizes of dogs?

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Surely, for different sizes of dogs, you’ll need to choose different concentrations. For instance, CBDFx pet oil comes in 3 various concentrations – 150MG, 300MG & 600MG.

Doesn’t matter which formulation you pick, each oil bottle will be created for your pet specifically.

Side Effects and Risks of CBD Oil in Dogs

The bigger your dog, the higher the concentration. However, there won’t be any trouble in consuming a larger dose. This CBD oil doesn’t contain any of the psychoactive ingredients, so it won’t make your pet ‘high’ as it’s a natural product that has been used for many years.

Nevertheless, there are some changes in your pet’s state: it might feel calmer and that’s it.

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Jennifer - May 30, 2019

My veterinarian just recommended that I try CBD Oil for my dog. He has high anxiety. Thanks for the helpful information!

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