Will CBD Oil get my pet "high"?
Absolutely not!! While CBD Oil is made from the Cannabis plant, it contains no THC, the component of the plant that has that affect on our brain, therefore delivering the incredible benefits the plant has to offer without the worry of getting your pet "high".
Can I overdose my pet with CBD Oil?
No. While we strongly recommend you do not give them more than the suggested dose, CBD Oil has a ratio of 40,000:1, while aspirin has a ratio of 10:1, making it virtually impossible to overdose them.
My pet is already on medications, can I give them CBD Oil as well?
Yes! CBD Oil has zero contraindications with any medication. It is safe to give and in many cases will allow you to reduce or even discontinue their medications all together. Of course you should never do so without consulting your veterinarian first.
Are there any animals that it isn't safe to give CBD Oil to?
No. It is safe to give CBD Oil to any animal, as they all have an Endocannabinoid System just as we do. If you are in doubt, please consult your veterinarian.
How do I know CBD Oil will work for my pet?
We don't, but what we do know is that all animals have an Endocannabinoid System just as we do, so chances are it will work for them. But, just as any medication or suppliment we use, there is always the chance it won't be as effective for some as it is for others.
How do I know your CBD Oil is all natural and organic?
The oil we use is tested by a third party laboratory to ensure that it is natural, organic, and free of THC. The report also indicates the amount of cannabinoids in our oil so that you can feel confident you are getting the amount indicated. We are more than happy to provide you with the report from the lab upon request.
How does CBD Oil work?
The page here on our website, CBD Science, will explain the amazing way CBD Oil works in our bodies. If you have further questions, please go to the Contact us page and ask! We will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
What are some of the things CBD Oil can help my pet with?
The possibilities are endless, but here are a few of the most common...
Seizures and neurological problems
Intestinal issues, including nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, along with promoting a healthy digestive system
Regulation of blood sugar (diabetes)
Anti-inflammatory and anti-pain, lowering inflammation for arthritis and chronic pain (with no long term side effects, such as liver damage, as most NSAID's do)
Immune system boost
Anti-anxiety ~ (thunderstorms, fireworks), separation anxiety, behavior problems due to anxiety (cats not using their litter box)
Cancer ~ Prevents and destroys
General well being and prevention of disease and illness
What is transdermal gel and how does it work?
Transdermal gel is a gel that veterinarians have been using for quite some time. It is a gel that is mixed with medication and when applied to the skin, is absorbed into the body, delivering the medication. It enables pet parents who are unable to medicate their pets orally, or otherwise, to easily and effectively administer the medication their pets require. It is what the transdermal patches that all of us are familiar with have on them that deliver nicotine, etc. to humans.
How do I use the transdermal gel?
The transdermal gel comes in a syringe (no needle) with a cap. You take the cap off and apply the correct amount according to your pet's needs onto your finger. We recommend using a glove or a finger cot (we have included some for your convenience) so your pet gets the entire dose intended. Then you gently massage the gel into a hairless area on the pet. In cats, that is usually on skin on the inside of the ear. It's as quick and easy as that!