Did you know that your dog is as responsive to CBD as you are? To support physical discomfort, cannabidiol can play an important role as a pain reliever. Mammals also contain an endocannabinoid system. This system plays a crucial role in balancing all kinds of vital functions in the body. Think of sleep, pain, but also fear and stress. There is also more and more research done into CBD together with certain disorders such as epilepsy. CBD can help your pet relax more, help with anxiety, aggression, pain. By balancing the endocannbinoid system, the animal is better able to deal with stressful situations.
Cannabinoids are substances that our own bodies create. These substances are then absorbed by specific receptors (CB1 - and CB2 receptors). This allows the body to balance its internal endocannabinoid system. This is just as true for humans as it is for (mammalian) animals. Sometimes the body does not contain enough cannabinoids (called endocannabinoids, where endo means 'inside'). Fortunately, there are phytocannabinoids, substances from plants. The cannabis plant is known for its huge supply of cannabinoids. By far the best known of these is THC, the psychoactive compound that makes you high or stoned. At the moment there is a lot of research being done on the many other interesting cannabinoids. Cannabidiol is in the spotlight and that's not for nothing. More and more positive experiences are being shared with regard to this non-psychoactive substance and research is being carried out into the potential therapeutic effects on humans and animals.
CBD Capsules and Pet Oil
If you choose the CBD Capsules from Cibdol, you can easily administer them by mixing them with animal feed, for example. The capsules have a neutral odour, so 'difficult eaters' will certainly benefit from this.
The oil can be used both orally and externally, by rubbing it on the skin.
Observe your pet
An animal cannot express in words what it feels like. So pay close attention to the body language and determine the dose of CBD depending on this non-verbal communication. Always start with a low dose and build it up slowly. It is not possible to overdose, but it makes sense to administer just enough and not go beyond this limit.