By Guest Blogger: Sarah Taylor from topdogtips.com
Medical marijuana is an option for many human beings to get some relief from the various ailments they suffer from. Extensive research has been conducted in the past and still being conducted on its effect on pets, and have shown to be beneficial for dogs suffering from various ailments such as arthritis, seizures, stress, anxiety, etc. It has shown to ease the pain and help the dog relax.
CBD means Cannabidiol which is a cannabis compound derived from the marijuana plant. This plant consists of over 60 chemicals which are called as cannabinoids. There two important cannabinoids that is of our concern; one is the CBD or Cannabidiol and the other is the THC or tetrahydrocannabinol. CBD is mainly used for therapy while THC is the one that is intoxicating and addictive. The CBD has anti-inflammatory properties and is extremely beneficial in conditions such as seizure, cancer, arthritis, heart diseases, and pain due to other ailments. CBD basically helps the dog get some relaxation without any intoxication involved.
You can know all you need to know about CBD through this detailed infographic. It not only informs about CBD but also provides information on how to choose a CBD product, what dog ailments you can use it for, how to give CBD to dogs and dosages of different forms of CBD such as pills, liquids, etc., and also the side effects.
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