Scorpion CBD benefits for pets 2019
Both pets and people benefit from CBD intake which interacts together with the endocannabinoid system and supports it for overall general wellness.

As a pet owner, your pet means the world to you. When they are feeling sick or uneasy, you also feel helpless and affected. Being in a situation where your dog is uneasy during the fourth of July due to fireworks or thunderstorm, or if your pet suffers from arthritis pains you may feel like there is not much to help alleviate your pet. Luckily though there is a solution.

Why should I give my pet CBD?

Both humans and pets have an endocannabinoid system that regulates homeostatic functions in the body. Both pets and people benefit from CBD intake which interacts together with the endocannabinoid system and supports it for overall general wellness.

What health problems can CBD treat?

If you find your dog becoming restless when you are away he may be suffering from separation anxiety. CBD can help combat anxiety that strikes when you’re not home as well as uneasiness caused by loud noises.

Does CBD help with pet pain?

If your pet is suffering from joint, back or hip pain (symptoms that usually come with old age) CBDs pain-reducing properties might be a huge help to combat this. CBD’s anti-inflammatory properties may also help against swelling and pain caused by arthritis.

Does CBD help pets with cancer?

In both humans and animals, there is a strong correlation in CBD causing cancer to reduce and healthy cells in the body to increase. CBD helps pets twofold: in reducing pain and stopping the spread of cancer cells in the body.

CBD also helps:

  • With epilepsy and seizures
  • Increase appetite
  • Prevent nausea and vomiting
  • Has cardiac benefits

How much CBD should I give my pet?

Always follow manufacturers instructions for doses. CBD can be found in a tincture or a treat and may take up to two weeks for the CBD to build up in your pet’s system. We also highly recommend talking to your vet before giving CBD to your pet.

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