Rosies Relaxer is your furry friends Favorite tincture to take!
Ingredients: MTC oil, CBD Isolate
If your dog has pain, your vet might prescribe NSAIDs or other pain meds like Gabapentin.
The problem is NSAIDs can cause deterioration in joints and soft tissues ... and they can damage your dog's liver. And Gabapentin can cause kidney damage. (Plus, it's not all that effective.)
CBD is a natural anti-inflammatory that doesn't carry the same risk of side effects as drugs. It works by binding to CB1 receptors in the brain. In fact, researchers at Cornell University found that dogs taking CBD for arthritis showed an increase in activity and a decrease in pain.
Here are some common ways CBD is used as an anti-inflammatory:
- Hip and elbow dysplasia
- Sprains and strains
- Torn ligaments (CCL)
- After surgery
The truth is, half of adult dogs today will sadly get cancer. That’s why Cancer researchers are always looking for new ways to treat cancer and release the pain and nausea that can go with it. CBD has been extensively researched as a cancer-fighting substance.
There has been significant CBD research that has shown ...
- slowed the growth of mammary cancer cells
- increased survival time in mice with pancreatic cancer
- cancer fighting abilities and can slow the growth of tumors
- help with nausea associated with many cancer treatments
Seizures And Epilepsy
It's estimated that about 5% of dogs suffer from seizures.
Most vets treat epilepsy and seizures with antiepileptic drugs, such as phenobarbital or potassium bromide. But these drugs are extremely harmful to your dog's liver and other organs.
So researchers at Colorado State University were excited when they studied CBD as a treatment for epilepsy in dogs. A whopping 89% of dogs that received the CBD had a reduction in seizures.
It's believed that seizures are caused by abnormal electric charges of the neurons in the nervous system ... and CBD may bind to receptors in the brain that researchers speculate can improve the functioning of the nervous system.
Anxiety is a common reason dog owners turn to CBD. Anxiety can appear in different forms, including:
- Noise phobia
- Separation anxiety
How Much CBD Oil Should I Give My Dog?
Dogs under 25lbs: Use the 125mg bottle. Give 1 full dropper (1ml) daily. Each dropper contains 4.2mg naturally occurring CBD.
Dogs 25-50lbs: Use the 250mg bottle. Give 1 full dropper (1ml) daily. Each dropper contains 8.3mg naturally occurring CBD.
Dogs over 50lbs: Use the 500mg bottle. Give 1 full dropper (1ml) daily. Each dropper contains 16.7mg naturally occurring CBD.
For Dogs With Health Issues
Fear and Anxiety: Use the 500mg bottle. Give 1 full dropper (1ml) daily for any size dog. Each dropper contains 16.7mg naturally occurring CBD.
Pain and Mobility: Use the 1,000mg bottle. Give 1 full dropper (1ml) daily. Each dropper contains 33.3mg naturally occurring CBD.
Nerve Issues: Use the 1,000mg bottle. Give 1 full dropper (1ml) daily. Each dropper contains 33.3mg naturally occurring CBD.
Immune Challenged Dogs: Use the 1,000mg bottle. Give 1 full dropper (1ml) daily. Each dropper contains 33.3mg naturally occurring CBD.
When CBD is taken orally, it can start working within 30 to 90 minutes.
You can also squirt the CBD oil right into your dog's mouth if he will tolerate it. In this case, you can see results in as little as 5 to 20 minutes. More of the CBD is absorbed when given right in the mouth, so you can use a smaller dose.