[Encore!] What you *need* to know about CBD

April 29th, 2020 at 7:54 am EDT
Hello Friend,

We had my NEW CBD for Dogs and Cats Webinar last night..and it was MOST Popular, with over 1000 pet parents signing up!

I covered a TONNE of information, including New Remedies for Pet arthritis, Dog allergies, Seizures in dogs and cats ( a very unique remedy), Diabetes, Anxiety Disorders, Urinary Tract Disease, and my Top Natural Anti-inflammatories.

In cased you missed it....fear not for it is happening again tomorrow :-) 

Date: Thursday April 30, 2020
Time: 11AM Pacific, 2PM Eastern

Click Here to get your most pressing CBD questions answered...

Dr Jones' Webinar on CBD for Dogs and Cats

CBD  (Cannabidiol) for Pets

What Is CBD?

CBD, or cannabidiol, is a compound found in cannabis, the plant we often associate with marijuana.

In fact, it is one of over 113 “cannabinoids” found in the cannabis plant, many of which are also being investigated for their potential health benefits.

Unlike THC, the main psychoactive compound in marijuana, CBD is completely non psychoactive and safe to be used on pets.

CBD also has no known toxicity level, and is incapable of causing an overdose.

In fact, the CBD found in cannabis pet supplements is usually sourced from hemp, a variety of cannabis that naturally contains extremely low concentrations of THC.

How Does CBD Interact With the Body?

CBD interacts with the body via the endocannabinoid system, or ECS.

The ECS is a biological system found in all mammals, and is involved in managing a wide variety of biological processes, including memory, sleep, immune response, and more.

It mainly consists of two types of cannabinoid receptors (CB1 and CB2).

These receptors are built to interact with endocannabinoids (cannabinoids naturally produced by the brain).

However, they can also interact with plant-derived cannabinoids like CBD,which in turn cause a variety of responses throughout the body.

When it comes to CBD, many of these responses are very beneficial.

The endocannabinoid system is essentially the system that processes cannabinoids introduced into the body.

Note that most of these findings come from studies on lab animals (like rats) or clinical trials on humans.

Nonetheless, the effects of CBD are similar in humans, dogs, cats, and other pets.

This is because, just like humans, dogs and cats also have an endocannabinoid system that functions much in the same way as the human ECS.

Plus, many of the conditions (like anxiety, arthritis, pain, and convulsions) manifest much in the same way in pets as they do in humans.

Primary Uses in Dogs and Cats

1. Natural Pain Relief. A great alternative to NSAIDS,  effective without the serious side effects. 

2. Seizure Control. Over 30% of animals do not respond to conventional medication, and this is a legitimate holistic option. Early research from CSU on epileptic dogs is showing promising results.

3. Natural Anti-inflammatory. Many of the dog and cat diseases have inflammation as the primary cause, such as Feline Urinary Tract Disease, Allergic skin disease, Autoimmune disease, chronic organ dysfunction, joint disease, eye disease, inflammatory bowel disease. CBD may be benficial for many of these conditions.

4. Cancer prevention, potentially treatment. There has been much research showing the anti-cancer properties of CBD, along with benefits in using it as a treatment.

5. Anxiety. Dogs with separation anxiety, cats with urinary tract disease, excessive barking,  excessive vocalization. CBD may be helpful for most of these conditions.

Heal Your Pet At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM
P.S. Some of what you'll learn...

  • What is CBD oil (cannabidiol), what about THC, and Hemp Seed Oil? You should be using this...
  • How and why CBD oil can work for even the most difficult health issues your dog and cat faces (This is backed by Science)
  • Dr Jones' NEW Natural Home Remedies for Dog Itching, Pet Arthritis, Cancer, Dog Seizures, Cat Urinary Disease, Diabetes, Pet Anxiety, Vomiting, Diarrhea, Holistic Anti-inflammatories and more..
  • What you NEED to look for in choosing the right CBD Oil for your pets (There is a HUGE difference in quality, and the carrier oil is EXTREMELY important)

P.P.S.   As a BONUS for signing up you'll get a copy of the webinar, along with ALL the slides - this is ONLY available for those who sign up.

Click Here to get your most pressing CBD questions answered...

Dr Jones' Webinar on CBD for Dogs and Cats

DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian. Dr Andrew Jones resigned from the College of Veterinarians of B.C. effective December 1 2010, meaning he cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make specific medical recommendations for your pet.

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