CBD Pet Tinctures For SaleWhy buy CBD for pets? Our beloved pets have endocannabinoid systems just like you and I. Not only is CBD safe for dogs but you can give CBD to cats, and even CBD for horses!
CBD FOR DOGS: HOW DOES IT WORK?
However, what few people realize is that active cannabidiol (CBD) works by interacting with endocannabinoid receptors which exist in most life forms on earth - including dogs. What this means is that, from a physiological standpoint at least, hemp CBD for dogs functions in much the same way that it does in humans.
Most pet owners use pure CBD for dogs to try and ease separation anxiety or symptoms that come with old age.
We've received feedback from satisfied customers that a simple morning helping (or perhaps a morning and evening helping) of CBD treats has worked wonders in improving their dog's mood, and/or simply giving them a better quality of life.
CBD FOR PETS… HOW MUCH TO GIVE THEM?
Pet CBD oil can be placed under tongue, on treat or added to meals.
CBD Pet Tincture FAQ
NO. CBD is a non-intoxicating compound that does not get animals or humans high. Our pet CBD products contain less than 0.3% THC, which means you don’t have to worry about your pet becoming high.
NO. The concentration in CBD oil made for humans is typically higher. It is important to only use CBD products formulated for animals for your pets.
There are many reasons our customers choose to give their pets our pet CBD tincture by Raw Life Organics. For instance, we have received feedback from happy customers who said that giving their dogs CBD helped them in different ways. Some have used Raw Life Organics Pet CBD Tinctures to help younger dogs who have separation issues and some for older dogs with joint issue relief. Please note that like CBD for humans, our CBD products are not designed to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent diseases in pets.
Our pet CBD tincture is formulated for dogs, cats, and other small pets. Please consult a veterinarian if you have any concerns.
You might want to check with your veterinarian first. This is important if your pet is already taking medication. There could be an interaction.