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Mental Health Awareness

We support Simone Biles unconditionally. Taking a step back could lead to a giant leap forward. The 1st step is always the hardest, scariest, and most scrutinized.

Please check on your friends and family this weekend to ask them the hard question, “Are You OK?” A smile is not always a smile.

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Is CBD safe for My Pets?

Most older dogs experience pain and anxiety. Especially those with arthritis and other age-related conditions. There are common medications for this, but they eventually lose their effectiveness, affecting the dog’s quality of life. Some pet owners are starting to swear by the effects of CBD oil. CBD oil can help reduce anxiety in many pets, including separation anxiety and noise phobias, especially during storms or fireworks. It can also act as an anti-inflammatory agent, making it a great calming ingredient for dogs with arthritis. In some cases, CBD can also be used as a natural ingredient instead of phenobarbital.  However, results may vary, and it’s important to consult your veterinarian before attempting to treat your dog’s condition with CBD. 

The thought of your pet eating hemp can seem daunting if you don’t know the difference between CBD oil and other cannabis products. Pet owners have to overcome a big mistake when it comes to CBD products.  Many people think that manufacturers make petroleum products the same way as CBD. Agriculture and work processes are different due to lack of regulation. CBD oil for dogs is made from hemp. The end product contains little to no trace of THC, giving your dog all kinds of benefits with minimal risk. With that in mind, CBD oil is safe for most dogs in the right dosage and with the right products. 

Before administering CBD to your dog, consult your veterinarian. Your veterinarian can advise you on your particular dog and provide you with more information. Many vets are limited by law when it comes to CBD, but they can help point you in the right direction to treat your furry family member safely.  Keep an eye on our Blog or sign up for our newsletter to learn more. Shop Today!   #pet #pets #petsofinstagram #petstagram #cbd #cbdwellness #cbdpets #cbdpettreats #dog #dogsofinsta #dogsofinstagram #dogsofinstagram #doglife #olderdog #olderdogs #wellness #wellnesswednesday #influencer #pain #dogpain #hemp #hempproducts

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What is the Endocannabinoid System?

CBD and THC interact with our bodies in different ways. One of the main ways is to mimic and enhance the effects of compounds on our body called “endogenous cannabinoids”, named for their similarity to compounds found in the cannabis plant. “Endocannabinoids” are part of what scientists call the “endocannabinoid system.” The discovery of the endocannabinoid system has greatly improved our understanding of health and disease. It is very important in almost all areas of medicine and helps explain how and why CBD and THC are such versatile compounds, and why cannabis is a widely consumed plant despite its illegal status.  The endocannabinoid system plays an important role in regulating a wide range of physiological processes that affect our daily experience: our mood, energy levels, gut strength, immune activity, blood pressure, bone density, glucose metabolism, how we experience pain, stress, etc. D. hunger and more. What happens if the endocannabinoid system is not working properly? What are the consequences of a chronic deficiency or an overactive endocannabinoid system? In short, pain.