PurCBD uses the most reliable suppliers for phyto-cannabinoid oil for humans. Everything from the ingredients to the bottle and dropper are human grade. As owners and staff of Innovet use PurCBD on ourselves and our own pets. Our goal has always been to make the product Equal Or Better In Every Way To Its Human-Use Counterparts. However, Due To The Extra Liability Involved In Marketing The Product For Human Use, Officially We Are Required To Say That It’s Only For Pets.
Marijuana has around 20-30 % THC vs. industrial hemp 0.01-0.3% THC. That means marijuana has one hundred to a thousand times more THC, and therein lies the difference.
“There is no conclusive evidence to support official conclusions however, the FDA does “support the rigorous scientific medical research of marijuana (cannabis/hemp) – derived products”. Ongoing research at universities includes the potential uses for conditions such as:
Does It Contain Pesticides?
It is important to note that CBD Oil, when it is extracted from Industrial cannabis Plants, has no psychoactive effects like THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol). This is the biggest area of concern for many people who have researched the uses of CBD Oil for Dogs. Our Industrial Hemp Plants contain less than 0.3% THC which is the industry standard.
By supplementing the body with CBD Oil you can effectively help the rest of the body operate better! Ongoing research continues to show that the Endocannabinoid System can affect the following areas: Appetite, Sleep, Memory, Mobility, Immunity, and Pleasure.
Marijuana has approximately 20-30 % THC vs. industrial hemp 0.01-0.3% THC indicating marijuana has one hundred to a thousand times more tetrahydrocannabinol than hemp, a significant difference.
Full Spectrum CBD has the most complete Entourage Effect and Isolated CBD has zero. Broad-spectrum CBD is CBD isolate with other cannabinoids or terpenes artificially added to make mimic full spectrum.
On the opposite end of the scale, CBD isolate for dogs and cats is pure CBD, making it the most refined option. Because it contains no plant matter, it has no flavor. Even the pickiest pets will take it.
The endocannabinoid system is a network of receptors located throughout the body and it’s named after the plant that led to its discovery. Natural endocannabinoid substances are synthesized by the body to maintain a stable internal environment, which is known as homeostasis. If the body’s endocannabinoid production lags behind what it needs, CBD supplements can help. CBD supplements can also stimulate the body to build more receptors, which makes natural cannabinoids work more effectively.
The typical suggested CBD dose for dogs and cats is 1 mg – 5 mg of CBD per 10 pounds of body weight. Make sure you’re looking at the actual amount of CBD in a dose, because potencies vary quite a bit, so the actual amount of liquid oil or biscuits you give may vary.
How much CBD should I give my dog or cat?
It’s often best to start with a dose in the middle of the range. Visible results usually occur within 30 minutes. If there is no change after an hour, offer a bit more CBD to get to the high end of the recommended range. For severe pain or anxiety, offer CBD approximately every 8 hours. For other uses, dose your pet with CBD once or twice a day.
One of the main roles of the endocannabinoid system is to control inflammation by regulating the immune response. An overactive immune response can trigger allergies and auto-immune problems; an underactive response can make the body vulnerable to infections or make it a more favorable host for the growth of cancer cells.
Pet owners use CBD for a broad range of behavioral and medical issues, including cancer pain, anxieties, obsessions, arthritis, seizures, neurological and digestive disorders, past traumas, social withdrawal, irritable moods, and getting along with other dogs and cats better.
Cats: 1 – 5mg