Tuesday, August 29, 2017

CBDs the Treatibles Way to Pet Health

     I have written several posts on the use of CBDs in pets. It has been shown to be harmless even when taken in high dosage for extended periods of time. CBDs are also LEGAL in all 50 states for humans and pets. I am a firm believer in the benefits of cannabinoids and that is why I recently became an affiliate for Treatibles®.
  
You might be wondering why your veterinarian hasn’t recommended giving your dog or cat CBDs for many of their problems. According to my friend and veterinarian,
Dr. Rachele Baker, it is not legal for them to prescribe CBDs to their patients. She sent me a link to the Veterinary Medical Board Current Laws and Policies Regarding Marijuana, Hemp, and Animals. It basically states that “The DEA has not given veterinarians the authority to possess, administer, dispense, or prescribe cannabis or cannabinoid products.”
   #MyOpinion ~ It doesn’t take a rocket science to realize that the benefits of CBDs would have a huge impact on veterinary drug manufacturers. This is another way the big drug companies are controlling how we treat our animals as well as ourselves. They have lobbyists that spend their time and energy ensuring they can continue to charge outrageous prices for chemicals that are harming our pets in the long run. It is time to tell them to stop the madness. 
Photo of Gel Caps courtesy of Treatibles
     Let’s look at some of the ways CBDs can help our pets:
• CBDs are NOT psychoactive. 
In other words, your dog or cat will not get high or stoned from taking them.
• They reduce anxiety.
I give Bentley Treatibles along with Dr. Harvey’s Relax before storms to ease his fear. Both Bayou Boys get one before traveling or company.
CBDs have an Anti-Tumor Effect
It has been proven to help the immune system to kill cancer cells.
• Used to Treat Seizures and Epilepsy
Veterinarians use phenobarbital and potassium bromide to treat seizure disorders and epilepsy. Both are known to harm a dogs’ liver and other vital organs. CBD has shown to work well even in drug-resistant epilepsy.
• Relieves Pain
Cannabinoids work so well for pain that scientists are considering making it a new class of drug for chronic pain treatment.  
Photo of Oil Dropper Bottles courtesy of Treatibles
• Helps with Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Studies in animals have shown that CBD can prevent colitis (IBD) and help restore normal gut mobility.
• Helps with Allergies
CBDs decrease the production and release of inflammatory cytokines that cause allergies, hypersensitivities and autoimmunity.
• Protects the Nervous System
Senior dogs can benefit from CBDs. Studies show they can protect the brain from cell damage caused by free radicals and toxins.
• Increases Appetite and Helps Nausea
It has long been known that CBDs help cancer patients who are undergoing chemotherapy. This is also true for animals. If your pet has lost its appetite due to age or illness, try Treatibles oils, gel caps, or treats.
• Cardiovascular Health
CBD can help reduce damage to blood vessels and irregular heartbeat.
As an affiliate for Treatibles, if you use my discount code,
I will receive a small commission.
   CBDs are the new miracle treatment for a plethora of ailments. It is time to give CBDs and other hemp products the respect they deserve. Why treat with chemicals when you can help your pets naturally?
Sources: Dogs Naturally Magazine 
Veterinary Medical Board Current Laws and Policies Regarding Marijuana, Hemp, and Animals


33 comments :

  1. we will look if we can get such magic potion... it is the same for humans sadly too... they say it is possible, but if you get an appointment at the docs who are allowed to prescribe it and if all the paperwork is done you are probably 108 years old or you lost your marbles on the way to get a med what can help...

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    1. I love the way CBDs work on Bentley and Pierre. I am going to look into it for my arthritis too!

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  2. I finks natural medicines do have a place along wiv standard medicines
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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    1. There are times when you have to take standard meds. I try to avoid them but always do what is best for the boys.

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  3. I think they sound wonderful from all I have read about hemp. Vets are a bit tied with the rules, but our vet will discuss things honestly with us which we appreciate. It is something we have in our minds if we need help with any issues.

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    1. Our vet accepts the fact that I prefer natural remedies. I need to find a holistic vet.

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  4. It sounds like we need to have this on our pantry shelf! Great review, guys!

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    1. I think it is amazing! Be sure to use my discount code.

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  5. How fascinating; my vet specifically suggested Elsa take CBD oil in unison with the Phenobarb for her seizures. She's a new vet, and maybe because it is Colorado after all she felt there was no problem with the suggestion. At any rate, I'm very pleased with the results both to help on the seizure front as well as for anxiety on road trips for Sam. Pawsome review!

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    1. I want to try to oil for Bentley. They both LOVE the Treatibles treats too. I am so glad that it is helping Elsa.

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  6. I agree with what you said about the drug companies. I wish my vet could be a bit more open about recommending all natural products instead of harsh meds.
    Even though we tried the treats and they didn't help Luke's anxiety in the way I hoped, I still believe these products can help in many of the other ways you mentioned. We're going to try the oil and see if we have more success with that, and since Luke is starting to show some signs of allergies right now I'd love to see if it helps with that.
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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    1. I am going to order the oil when I order more treats.

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  7. What a wonderful and well thought out review...I have a funny story to share it is on my personal blog.
    I'll be back with the link
    Hugs madi's mom

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  8. We took a trip to Colorado and Utah in June. You might get a chuckle out of this
    Link mentioned above:
    http://mymindseyeblogaddress.blogspot.com/2017/06/english-is-hard-too-many-words-mean-too.html#comment-form

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  9. It sounds like good stuff in many ways
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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    1. We are really pleased with how it is working for Bentley and Pierre.

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  10. Thanks for this info. We definitely will be checking out CBDs.

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    1. They are great for cats too! Let me know how your crew likes them! Be sure to use my 10% off code~ BFTB

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  11. We JUST started using Treatibles for Shadow so the jury is still out. But so far it does seem to help a little bit at least. Might also be helping Ducky's anxieties a little.

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    1. It is definitely helping with Bentley's storm phobia!

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  12. We'll have to look those up, though, don't think we have them in Oz.

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  13. Very interesting post. I wonder if I can use this to help Phoebe ( my cat) with nausea?

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    1. It should help with nausea. CBDs are great for so many ailments. You could try the oil and add it to Phoebe's food. Be sure to save 10% with my code BFTB

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  14. Ma got me some of of these CBD treats! She didn't gives me them long enough to notice any pain relief, or anxiety. Butts, I am off the charts anyhu, so....Butts they are good! She was thinkin' of tryin' the pill form, since the calories were a big thing holding her back on these. Thanks for the recommendation!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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    1. Yes, the gel caps or the oil would be great. Of course, if you top it off with some of your famous Rubyritas...LOL!

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  15. I've become a big believer in Cannabinoids to help both people & pets with a variety of issues. CBD based calming treats have helped Icy tremendously. I think we'll be seeing lots of CBD products for pets hit the market in the coming years & Veterinarians will get more on board with them.
    Love & biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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    1. I think as people begin to realize that we have been fed a bunch of bunk on the dangers of hemp and marijuana for medical purposes, it will become the way to treat a plethora of illnesses. We have to take a stand against the big money pharmaceutical companies.

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