What is CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a Cannabinoid and is by far one of the most studied compounds in the industrial hemp plant.
CBD is non-psychedelic, which is different than THC’s effects. CBD has been considered to be the single most crucial cannabinoid discovered. As research continues to grow, this provides more hope for those looking to enhance quality of life.
How Does CBD get Absorbed?
When CBD is ingested, your animal absorb’s the product through the bloodstream. Utilizing CBD through various ways, such as oil, soft chews or balm, changes its bioavailability. Choosing the best method for your pet’s needs will help ensure a satisfactory result.
This can take time to determine the best suitable delivery method for your pet.
CBD can maintain general well-being in your cat or dog, in addition, providing pain relief, reduce inflammation, provide relief to sore paws or kidney support for your cat.
Is CBD New?
Hemp has been cultivated for over 10,000 years. It has been an important source of food and fibre with references dating back to ancient China and Mesopotamia. Applications of hemp plants evolved from simple rope and coarse woven fabric to paper and sail cloth. Hemp seed and flower tops were known to provide medical comfort from a variety of ailments during the period of 2700 BC through to Roman times (1).
However, due to dramatic shifts in legislation within Canada, it became illegal within the first half of the 1900’s.
On October 17, 2018, Canada was the first G8 country to legalize cannabis, both medicinally and recreationally.
Hemp derived products, including Petibles, contains less than 0.3 percent of THC. Marijuana and hemp both come from the cannabis plant.
The term "hemp" is used for cannabis plants that are grown for nondrug use, such as Cannabis sativa L. or narrow leaf hemp (i.e., hemp). There are no registered pesticides associated with the production of hemp, plus the crop can be grown chemical free (1).