1000mg Plain CBD Oil
Completely PLAIN CBD oil
No "grassy" flavor
Terpene Healer Brand CBD oil can be applied topically AND ingested orally.
You will always know your dose. Our droppers are a measured dropper - so you never have to guess again.
Please see dosing page for mg's per dose, how to dose, and how to purchase to get the best product for your issue.
YES! CBD is safe for pets! Plain CBD - with no terpene enhancements.
It is absolutely heartbreaking to see your pet/s suffering from a health condition when they are unable to speak for themselves and tell you what the problem is. When pets are ill, the first and usually best option is to see a veterinarian so that you can know for sure what the problem is.
What about CBD?
CBD (Cannabidiol) is one of many compounds found in cannabis that are known collectively as cannabinoids. Clinical trials of CBD are few due to its somewhat-recent legality. Still, those that have been published show incredible results with few side effects and few interactions with other medications. Researchers found that CBD was effective as pain management in both mice and humans, as well as an anti-inflammatory. Anecdotal evidence shows possible anti-anxiety and antidepressant qualities, as well as benefits for the cardiovascular system and various side effects of cancer treatment.
When people hear that CBD is derived from cannabis, their first concern is usually about its legality. Their concern is understandable because until recently, any cannabis products or derivatives were considered a Schedule I drug under federal law, the same class as heroin and LSD. This changed in 2018, with the passage of what’s known as the 2018 Farm Bill. This bill removed certain cannabis-derived products, the most important of these being hemp. Hemp has long been the term used to describe cannabis grown not for recreational consumption but use in textiles, and hemp textiles have been used throughout human history as far back as 8,000 BCE.
The defining quality of hemp is the level of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the compound responsible for the psychoactive effects of cannabis. To be grown legally under United States federal law, hemp must have 0.3% or less THC content. CBD products that are available for general consumption have almost no chance of having the “high” effect you might associate with cannabis. These changes have allowed for hemp to be grown and processed for CBD, leading to the boom in CBD products you see today.
The advent of CBD as an alternative treatment has been a blessing for people suffering from all kinds of conditions, many of which have treatment options that unfortunately may be unavailable or have unpleasant side effects. As a natural product that undergoes little processing, CBD has few side effects and few interactions with other medications. CBD has also shown low potential for addiction. These benefits and their safety have made CBD a promising alternative for drugs like opioids and opiates, which can have serious side effects and interactions, and are commonly abused. This also means that CBD has potential as a safe tool for helping pets.
Thankfully for pet owners, all signs point to CBD being safe and well-tolerated by the physical systems of animals. The endocannabinoid systems of animals seem to be similar enough to our own that pets can enjoy many of the same benefits that humans can find in CBD.
Once extracted, CBD can be distilled even further, and is then classified into one of three tiers: Full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, and isolate. These tiers are differentiated by the amount of remaining phytochemicals in the CBD, which combine with CBD to increase its benefits in what’s called the “entourage effect.” Full-spectrum contains the full array of compounds found in hemp, including trace amounts of THC. This composition provides the most comprehensive benefits of the chemicals found in cannabis. Still, the trace amounts of THC can produce a false-positive on a drug test and may not be desirable for pet products. Broad-spectrum is very similar to full-spectrum but has had the THC entirely removed. Isolate is the purest distillation of CBD available and thus has a higher concentration than full- and broad-spectrum.
The solutions that CBD can provide for us can also relieve some of the most common health conditions in pets. Dogs are prone to arthritis as they age, with some estimates claiming 1 in 4 dogs will be affected by arthritis. Arthritis in dogs is visible in the same way it is in humans. As the cartilage deteriorates between a dog’s joints, the bones begin to come in closer contact during movement. This causes pain with nearly any action involving the affected joints. A dog suffering from canine arthritis, especially an older dog, will be apparent. Stiff movements, limping, and unwillingness to go on walks are frequent. A dog suffering joint pain can even stop eating or become aggressive. CBD ingested as an oil or edible treat, or applied directly to the painful joint can relieve the worst symptoms of arthritis and help your pet live a healthy lifestyle.
Terpene Healer Brand Plain CBD oil can be given internally and applied externally.
See Dosing page for tips and recommendations.