Cannabidiol (CBD) continues to be one of the most popular market trends as more consumers are looking for ways to care for their pets that suffer from a variety of ailments, ranging from anxiety and neurological disorders to arthritis and joint issues.
CBD has been proven to help the body by supplying and supporting the endocannabinoid system. Naturally derived from the hemp plant, CBD and its benefits for pets have been widely reported in published studies by the National Institutes of Health.
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Despite the tremendous growth of CBD in the pet space, many consumers are struggling to understand when, how or even if they should give CBD to their pets. For those who have made the decision to give CBD to their pets, there’s an increasing need to learn what’s actually in the CBD products they buy, including how much CBD is really in them.
When it comes to CBD, not all products are created equally. Therefore, retailers who recommend CBD products to their customers must do their homework so they fully understand what’s really in those products and should always advise them to consult with their veterinarians before adding CBD to their pet’s regimen.
Although much of the evidence of CBD’s benefits in pets is anecdotal, it is persuasive and abundant. Pet parents seem to be thrilled with the impact CBD has had on their pets’ quality of life.