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Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is derived from the hemp plant and is widely used for a variety of health and well-being purposes. Because pets have an Endocannabinoid System (ECS) that works similarly to the human ECS, many pet owners have begun to realize the many beneficial properties of CBD oil for their furry companions. The ECS is like an internal physical cell communication system that is responsible for helping the body maintain a state of equilibrium. This balance is necessary for the proper functioning of a broad range of internal systems, including digestion, mood, pain, stress, reproductive systems, inflammation, and more. If you want to give CBD to pets, here’s the guide you need from our experts to do it safely.
Researchers and scientists are studying CBD for its many potential uses, and so far, from existing research, it can be surmised that CBD given to pets works similarly to how it works in humans. The ECS includes endocannabinoids, receptors, and enzymes. Endocannabinoids are cannabinoid-type substances that are created naturally within the body. When the ECS is not functioning properly, CBD can help get things back on track and restore much-needed balance to the body.
You may wish to check with your veterinarian about how much CBD to give your pet, and in what way. Check out this article by NuLeaf Naturals about giving CBD oil to dogs. but for your reference, here are a few different ways you can administer CBD oil to your pet: