CBD oil for man and animal

NuLeaf Naturals CBD products can also improve the quality of life of animals. Not only humans but mammals, fish and molluscs also have an endo cannabinoid system. This system reacts on cannabinoids with CB1 and CB2 receptors. The body also produces cannabinoids to activate this system. This neurotransmitter is called Anandamide which means happiness.

CBD oil is released when the body’s own cannabinoid system is activated in case of stress, fear or pain for example. The effect of CBD on physiological processes is therefore indirect and targets the improvement of physical functioning.

Good results

Worldwide, but especially in the United States and Canada, a lot of clinical research is done on the effectiveness of CBD on domestic animals such as dogs, cats and horses. Good results are obtained when CBD is used to supplement a treatment that fights epilepsy or other neurological conditions.

Palliative care for pets

CBD can contribute to a dignified end of life for animals. CBD can also reduce fear and aggression if the product is used in the long term. In case of psychic problems, an adapted accompaniment of the animal is also essential. CBD contributes to a stable base and a balance of body and life in general of animals.

Concentrations and Dosages Beneficial

CBD can be administered to your pet without the risk of side effects. The product does not contain or very little THC so your pet will not be high or stoned. The dosages are not the same as for humans and must be adapted to the weight of the animal. The effective and beneficial dosage must be determined for each animal and according to the ailments to be treated.

Dog and cat 1 drop of CBD

For a dog or a cat, 1 drop of CBD oil 1 to 2 times a day is enough if you use the product as a dietary supplement. The first results are often visible after a week of daily intake. If the desired effect is delayed, the dosage can be increased with 1 drop. CBD oil is available in different concentrations. If the product is used as a dietary supplement, a low concentration of oil is sufficient. If CBD is used to treat diseased animals, a concentration of 5% or more is recommended.

 Make a Cake

Pets are good at taking Kannaway Pure CBD Products if you put the drips on something good as an animal treat. CBD is partially absorbed by the mucous membranes and partially via the gastrointestinal tract. The effects of CBD as less fear, pain or stress are often noticeable a quarter of an hour after taking.

 Hemp seed oil

Not only CBD oil but also hemp seed oil plus (with CBD) can be a healthy and beneficial dietary supplement for your pets. Hemp seed oil is the only oil that contains omega 3, omega 6 and gamma linolenic acid (GLA) and in the right proportion. Only if these fatty acids are in balance, they can have the desired effect. The animal diet often contains enough omega 6 but too little omega 3. This acid does not keep very well and would make animal feed quickly rancid. Omega 3 fatty acid is naturally very present in fish oil and hemp seed oil.

Cold pressed hemp seed oil Hemp seed 

Oil contains essential amino acids but also antioxidants such as vitamin E, vitamin B and is the only oil to contain gamma linolenic acid ( GLA). GLA is naturally present in breast milk and has an anti-inflammatory effect and regulates hormones. Very effective against skin problems caused by a hormonal imbalance like seborrheic dermatitis.

Food supplement

Hemp seed oil used as a dietary supplement can relieve skin, coat and nail problems. Hemp seed oil is enriched with CBD to boost the energy and health of your pet. Thanks to the vitamins and essential fatty acids in this oil, the animal will have a soft and shiny coat.

Problems like irritation, dandruff, excessive hair loss and eczema are effectively reduced with the intake of hemp seed oil with CBD. Dosage for horses: 1 to 2 dessert spoons per day, dosage for large dogs: 1 to 2 teaspoons a day and dosage for small dogs: 1/2 to 1/4 teaspoon per day .

Miracle product

CBD is not a miracle product for your pet. Tell your veterinarian if your pet is taking CBD and never change the prescribed medications without consulting the veterinarian. CBD does not cause a known negative effect if the product is taken in combination with other drugs or supplements.