Top 10 Reasons to Give Your Pet CBD Oil
An Effective Alternative Therapy
To treat your four-legged companion’s medical condition without toxins.
Just as CBD has helped humans, your pet can reap the same health-boosting (and even life-saving) benefits. Holistic vets and pet owners alike have been reporting remarkable outcomes after the use of CBD oil.
1. CBD Is Not Psychoactive
CBD (cannabidiol) is a compound found in cannabis and hemp. THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) can also be found in cannabis and it’s this compound that gives marijuana its psychoactive properties. Most CBD oils are just that … the beneficial CBD without the THC. And they typically come from hemp, not marijuana. In short, your dog won’t get “high” from CBD oil … he’ll get the relaxation without the intoxication.
And speaking of relaxation …
2. CBD Oil Reduces Anxiety
Does your dog suffer from separation anxiety or noise phobias? CBD has been extensively studied for its effect on stress and anxiety. In humans, it’s been found to:
3. CBD Can Fights Cancer
CBD and other substances found in hemp and cannabis have been found to have an anti-tumor effect. CBD has even been shown to stop cancer cells from growing and increased tumor cell death.
- CBD helps the immune system’s killer cells to cause cancer cell death.
- CBD kills cancer cells by blocking their ability to produce energy.
- CBD’s anti-tumor properties slow and inhibit glioma cell growth.
- CBD can help increase the efficacy of conventional cancer treatment.
4. CBD Can Treat Seizures And Epilepsy
It’s estimated that up to 5% of dogs suffer from seizures. Most dogs with seizures are put on drugs such as phenobarbital and potassium bromide. While they may help control the seizures, they can be extremely harmful to your dog’s liver and other organs. And the drugs don’t work in all cases.
CBD has been shown to work well in drug-resistant epilepsy.
5. CBD Relieves Pain
The cannabinoids in CBD work so well for pain that scientists are considering it as a new class of drug for the treatment of chronic pain. Studies show CBD to be very effective for:
- Decreasing pain (including neuropathy and nerve-related pain)
- Decreasing the impact of inflammation on oxidative stress (which causes degeneration and premature aging)
- Decreasing inflammation in acute pancreatitis
- Reducing inflammation
- Reducing intestinal inflammation (associated with irritable bowel disease)
6. CBD Can Help With Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Animal studies show that CBD can prevent colitis (IBD) and restore normal gut motility in inflammatory bowel disease.
CBD also has antibiotic properties, including Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA).
7. CBD Reduces Chronic Inflammation And Autoimmune Disease
CBD has been shown to decrease the production and release of inflammatory cytokines that can cause allergies, hypersensitivities and autoimmunity. It can also suppress something called Th17 dominance, which is a major cause of autoimmune diseases.
CBD also inhibits the production of inflammatory macrophages and decreases chronic inflammation.
CBD is also a powerful antioxidant that’s shown to be more powerful than vitamins C and E.
8. CBD Can Protect The Nervous System And Help With Neurodegenerative Diseases
For dogs suffering from degenerative myelopathy and other spine and nerve issues, CBD shows a lot of promise. It’s been shown to help patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis(ALS), Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease by protecting the brain cells from toxicity.
For senior dogs, CBD has been shown to protect the brain from cell death caused by free radicals and toxins.
9. CBD Increases Appetite And Helps With Nausea
If you have trouble getting your dog to eat, CBD may help. The National Cancer Institute reports that CBD increases appetite and carries this extra benefit, in addition to controlling cancer.
10. CBD Promotes Cardiovascular Health
Just as veterinarians discovered, CBD has been linked to heart health. Studies show it can reduce the damage from damaged blood vessels and irregular heart rates, protect blood vessels from damage and dilate the arteries, and reduce heart rate and blood pressure associated with stress and anxiety.
Meet Sansa Our AABR Alumni & New Face of Trew Pets
Sansa is a 6 yr old female Boxer, she survived the Amish Mill Pup Horrors, she was abused and neglected with horrible dental tumors, decaying teeth, muscle loss to her left hind leg from living out in all the elements of weather in an uncomfortable crate big enough only to hold her. When Sansa could no longer produce for her captors she was tossed away like an old rag.
Sansa was rescued by AABR and ultimately came to find her furever home with Veronica at Eastcoast Canna in January of 2018 Sansa doesn't come without scars, she was scared, anxious, sad, she began to learn how to trust and be the amazing Boxer she was supposed to be and is today. Sansa is deserving of all the love and care we can provide for her and taking the best care of her by addressing her medical issues and began her on Trew Pets CBD immediately.
Sansa has learned to trust and love her humans in her life today she is the most lovable, soft girl, who loves to cuddle, give wet lickery kisses and enjoys running, snuggling, walking and playing with her big brother Thour who watches over her constantly.
Although Sansa was abused she had the potential to love humans again. Today Sansa has become the new fur baby face for Trew Pets here at Eastcoast Canna and couldn't be more special to us. What a Blessing to help rescue this little girl.
A huge shout out to Adopt A Boxer Rescue.
Remember as always "Adopt Don't Shop!" And, as a Preventative for your pets start them with "U" Pets or Trew Pets CBD Today!
*FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) DISCLOSURE These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Always check with your veterinarian before starting a new dietary supplement program.