Dosage Guide For Pet Tinctures
Dogs and cats are beloved members of the family and just like people, they benefit from the wellness effects of CBD. Using full spectrum CBD combined with MCT oil and other types of natural oils provides an easy-to-use and dose option that can help pets with aches and pains, anxiety, and help to reduce inflammation in the body. For some types of neurological issues, CBD has been reported to be effective in helping to reduce the risk of seizures.
As with any type of product, it is important to check with your veterinarian before starting your pet on CBD tinctures. In addition, it is essential to choose pet tinctures that are specifically formulated to accommodate the smaller body size and weight of pets. Be sure to read all labels and descriptions carefully, and follow the intended instructions that accompany the pet tinctures.
Research has determined that vertebrates, including mammals, reptiles, birds, and fish, have an endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system is responsible for many types of regulation in the body, including inflammation, immune function, sleep, mood, and pain sensations.
The use of pet tinctures that contain CBD allows the cannabinoids to bind to the CB1 and CB2 receptors in the endocannabinoid system, providing relief for many different conditions without the need for painkillers or other types of medications.
As with all CBD products, the specific dosage for pet tinctures varies based on the individual animal’s response. Initial dosing starts at the lowest amount and is gradually adjusted to find the ideal level for the pet.
How to Administer Tinctures
CBD tinctures that are flavored with pet-friendly options such as wild Alaskan fish oil can be dropped into the pet’s mouth or sprinkled in their food or a treat. Nutritious and delicious, these tinctures provide fast relief and can be used on a daily basis for your pet’s wellness needs.