CBD Pet Tincture
Why should humans be the only ones to reap the benefits of CBD? With our 150mg CBD Pet Tincture, your beloved companions can feel the same relief and calm that you do. Organic, 100% natural, cold-pressed hemp seed oil is great for dogs, cats, and other four-legged pals. THC is always .03% or less
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CBD Pet Tincture 150mg 30ml
Treat your furry best friend to blissful relaxation with Herby CBD™ CBD Oil for Dogs! CBD is a revolutionary natural compound that is extracted from hemp plants. It is non-psychoactive and is recommended by leading veterinarians nationwide for its natural health benefits.
Separation anxiety and general anxiety may cause your pet stress. It may increase their heart rate as it does in humans and may lead to behavioral outbursts such as destruction of things around the house, mood changes and other unpleasant behaviors.
At Herby CBD™ we understand that you need a safe option to help your pets conquer their anxiety and to feel calm when you need to be away.
Why should humans be the only ones to reap the benefits of CBD? With our 150mg CBD Pet Tincture, your beloved companions can feel the same relief and calm that you do. Organic, 100% natural, cold-pressed hemp seed oil is great for dogs, cats, and other four-legged pals.
Studies have shown that CBD has similar health effects for pets as it does for humans. Unlike our human tinctures, this 150mg Pet Tincture has been formulated using cold-pressed hemp seed oil, specifically designed to aid in easy digestion.
All mammals have an endocannabinoid system and can get all the same benefits from CBD oil that people do. Pet trainers love CBD oil because they are a great way to help keep your pet focused on the task at hand. Our CBD oil tinctures for pets make it easy to give your pet the special care they need.
Our Holistic CBD Oil Tinctures contain just CBD oil, and cold-pressed hemp seed oil. This is great for pets with a sensitive stomach.
Our Pet Care Anti-Separation CBD tincture is safe to give your pets daily. We’ve combined full spectrum hemp CBD oil and plant-based terpenes to achieve a calming formula. Our CBD oil is THC-free (.03%<), verified by stringent lab testing. Each bottle contains 150mg of full spectrum hemp CBD oil. There are no additives, impurities or other unwanted ingredients in our formula.
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Shake bottle before use. Administer servings directly on food. For pets more than 100 lbs, use 1ml (approx. 2 full droppers) per meal. For pets less than 100 lbs, use smaller doses (25 lbs = ½ dropper, 50 lbs = 1 full dropper, 75 lbs = 1 ½ droppers).
Split recommended daily use between AM/PM for best results. Adjust dosage if necessary. Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
THC is always .03% or less
CBD FOR PETS
ARE CBD PRODUCTS SAFE FOR PETS?
Just like humans, animals also have cannabinoid receptors primarily in the brain and central nervous system, making up what is called the endocannabinoid system. For mammals, this system partially controls inflammation, pain, motor control, skin condition, appetite, aggression, anxiety and neurological disorders. CBD is an agonist, weakly binding to endocannabinoid receptors, causing a long-lasting response with non-intoxicating effects.
THC on the other hand, can be poisonous to pets. It is therefore important to select a CBD product that is “non-psychoactive”. Please consult with your veterinarian prior to giving your pet CBD.
A growing number of pet owners are using cannabis-derived products containing high doses of cannabidiol (CBD) and low or negligible doses of THC to alleviate pain, seizures, and other conditions. But what’s known about the science of cannabinoid medicine and pets?
There isn’t a lot of peer-reviewed research, but a recent Cornell University study found extremely promising results.
Unfortunately, not a lot. But there are a few things to be learned from the science of cannabis and dogs and cats, even as the field emerges from decades of neglect.
As with humans, the question of using medical cannabis to improve the health of a dog or cat is a complicated one. There isn’t a lot of solid, peer-reviewed research examining its safety or effectiveness. That’s slowly changing, though, and the science of cannabis and pets recently took a big leap forward. In July 2018, the first clinical study examining the effects of hemp-based cannabidiol on arthritic dogs was published in Frontiers in Veterinary Science, a leading international journal. The results were extremely encouraging.
That study, titled “Pharmacokinetics, Safety, and Clinical Efficacy of Cannabidiol Treatment in Osteoarthritic Dogs,” was led by Dr. Joseph Wakshlag of Cornell University. Wakshlag and colleagues measured the effects of a particular hemp-based cannabidiol product—ElleVet Sciences’ proprietary hemp oil blend—on pain and arthritis in a small sample of dogs.
The results were remarkable: More than 80% of the dogs in the study saw significant decrease in pain and improved mobility.
A Handful of Published Studies
As difficult as it is to research cannabis, a number of scientists have persevered and published solid peer-reviewed work. Their surprising results have piqued the interest of vets and pet owners alike.
“If my dog ever has chronic arthritis, this would be one of the things I’d definitely use.”
Joseph Wakshlag, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Until very recently, there was little-to-no data on the effects of cannabis in dogs. As recent as April 2017, American Veterinarian stated, “Concerning to many veterinarians is the lack of peer-reviewed clinical studies proving the efficacy of cannabis products for animals, yet another consequence of marijuana’s status as a controlled substance.”
The angle that has gotten the most vetting is that of marijuana’s toxicity to animals—in other words, dogs or cats accidentally eating their owner’s supply. Indeed, as far back as 2004, a study found that marijuana poisoning was possible in dogs, based on a milligram per kilogram, or weight proportionate, dosage.
That 2004 study found that “From January 1998 to January 2002, 213 incidences were recorded of dogs that developed clinical signs following oral exposure to marijuana, with 99% having neurologic signs, and 30% exhibiting gastrointestinal signs.”
The study in particular gauged what “poisoning” looked like in the animals. Researchers cited gastrointestinal signs as primarily vomiting, and neurological signs as depression, tremors, seizures, disorientation, hyperactivity, or stupor. Prior to this study, there were only a few surveys of cannabis-smoking teenagers who’d exposed their pets to secondhand THC.
Most Research Focused on Harm
Through the 2000s, there were only a few studies done on cannabis and dogs, all mostly corroborating the plant’s mild toxicity. The authors of a 2013 study conducted by a veterinary hospital in Denver the observed that “although the drug has a high margin of safety, deaths have been seen after ingestion of food products containing the more concentrated medical-grade THC butter.”
Even so, this recent Cornell study on cannabidiol and arthritis in dogs has given scientists an even deeper understanding of how cannabis works in the body of animals and by extension, humans, especially when it comes to absorption and dosage. And other studies currently underway, including several more by ElleVet Sciences and Wakshlag as well as by researchers at Colorado State University, are looking like they will take these new discoveries even further.
The right dosage makes all the difference. And it may take some time to find the right amount for your dog. (Julia Sumpter/Leafly)
Dogs Absorb CBD Differently
Previous to this study on ElleVet Sciences’ hemp oil in dogs, the effects of cannabis in dogs had been measured by giving them pills on a fasted stomach. What that 1988 study study found is that the form of CBD administered was poorly absorbed and did little to help the dog.
“ElleVet came to us and were looking for a [scientist] that was open to doing a pile of studies on oil absorption for their cannabinoid-rich hemp, for the molecule called CBD, and they also wanted to do a clinical trial if we could find that it would be absorbed well,” said Cornell’s Wakshlag. “We did an initial study for absorption in a handful of dogs and it seemed to be absorbed pretty effectively compared to some of the older literature that was out there, which was surprising.”
Wakshlag says it’s the oil base that accounts for the difference in result. As opposed to the previous studies where CBD was administered intravenously or as a powder in a gelatin capsule, the team at Cornell found that cannabidiol was more easily and fully absorbed with a lipid carrier, or oil base.
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