Our CBD for Pets is a California-grown cannabis infusion with a base of organic olive oil, sourced locally from the rolling hills of Sonoma County, infused at low temperatures to retain the qualities of the olive oil and keep the potency of the cannabis low.
Why Olive Oil?
Many veterinarians and doctors for that matter, point to the high levels of Omega 3 fatty acids in Olive Oil for its potential health benefits that include the prevention of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer and excess weight gain, and, we think most importantly, a healthier immune system.
For your pets, you can count on a healthier coat, better immune system and better brain health.
Many veterinarians and doctors, for that matter, point to the high levels of Cannabinoids in the Cannabis Hemp flower, for its potential benefits that includes the healthy properties of anti-convulsant, anti-inflammatory and stress relief.
For your pets, you can count on increased activity, better digestion and healthier immune system.
Yes, you can add to pet food directly, but we advise to “titrate” dosing until you notice improvements then stay on a steady daily dose for the next weeks.
Yes, you can apply on cuts and scraps, but we advise a phone call or visit with a veterinarian for any large wounds or internal injuries.
*Studies have found olive oil’s link to brain health and joint health. Both are important for senior dogs, who can suffer from hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, arthritis and osteoarthritis.
**Potential benefits include the prevention of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer and excess weight gain, and a healthier immune system, according to Rover.com.
Kona is a 12-year-old Lab/Border Collie mix. She’s always been very active, but arthritis has limited her recently to walks of 3 miles or less, as she is very stiff in the mornings after walks of longer than that.
I began giving her a daily dose of Healing Essence CBD Oil for Pets and taking her on neighborhood walks, with the expectation that it would ease the arthritis and enable her to go farther without pain the next morning.
The first two days we did about 3 miles. On Day Three, we did 3 ¾ miles, and she woke up frisky and active. This was the farthest she had been able to walk for probably a couple of years. Day Four we did 4.3 miles and Kona was not stiff in the morning. Day Five we got it up to 4.8 miles.
The next day I didn’t have time for a walk, but the following day we did a mighty 5.6 miles. She was a bit stiff at the end, but woke up the next morning with no ill effects. I feel as though 4-mile walks can be undertaken with no issues, and feel that the CBD oil has really helped Kona with her arthritis.