Common Questions

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CBD is short for Cannabidiol. CBD occurs a natural component of the cannabis/ hemp plant. CBD does not produce psychoactive also mistaken as “high” or intoxication which is common from THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).

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CBD works by interacting with all dogs, cats, and humans of its natural endocannabinoid systems (ECS) ECS plays in pain perception and inflammation. CBD can be used for many different types of pain including chorionic pain, nerve pain, joint pain, migraines, and even fibromyalgia. CBD is also known to be used for anxiety and phobias.

No. CBD does not make your pet high. THC is the molecule that makes the “high” psychoactive effects of marijuana.

CBD Oil amount depends on the pet’s weight. Pawsitive CBD 150 is recommended for pets under 25 pounds, CBD 300 is for pets between 35 to 60 pounds, and CBD 600 is for pets over 60 pounds.

Each product provides a dosage chart that tailors for the pet’s needs. Scroll down for the recommended dosage for your pets for more info.

The potential side effects of CBD on pets may relate to the same effects on humans, for there are no scientific data effects on the usage of CBD on dogs. Pets may experience dry mouth, lowered blood pleasure, drowsiness, and diarrhea.

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