What Is Pet CBD Tincture?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is the second most commonly occurring cannabinoid and one of many non-psychoactive components of cannabis.
While THC is known for producing a “high” among consumers, CBD is better known for its healing effects on the body. In fact, CBD can actually counteract the psychoactive effects of THC.
CBD may not make you feel “high,” but it can potentially provide numerous medicinal benefits.
Is It Safe?
The health and well-being of your pet is extremely important. The veterinarians with whom we have consulted tell us that, when administered properly, CBD Pet Tinctures are safe for your furry friends and will not get your pet “stoned.” However, it is crucial to take into consideration the size and weight of your pet when determining the appropriate dose. Please carefully read the suggested dosage information included on the label before administering CBD Pet Tincture. We recommend beginning with a small initial dose and increasing the dosage slowly over time up to the recommended levels, paying close attention to your pet’s reaction and behavior. If you notice any negative side effects, take your pet to the veterinarian immediately and inform him/her of your use of CBD Pet Tinctures.
CBD For Your Pets Health And Wellness
At Infusiasm, we understand that the health and happiness of your pet is paramount. Developed with your furry best friends in mind, Infusiasm CBD Pet Tincture is designed so your pets can enjoy the numerous reported beneficial properties of cannabis.* Containing 50mg of Cannabidiol (CBD) and 1mg of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) derived from whole-plant cannabis, CBD Pet Tinctures are available in delicious Bacon and savory Salmon flavors. Follow the easy dosing instructions included on the label and apply under your pets’ tongue or directly onto your pets’ favorite meal.
CBD has also been shown to be helpful in relieving the symptoms associated with acute conditions such as torn ligaments, bone breaks, aches and strains, and post-operative swelling, pain, and stiffness.*(If your pet suffers from an acute injury, please consult with a licensed veterinarian.)