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If you are like most pet owners you want the best for him or her to live a happy, high quality of life. However, many first-time CBD users have many questions regarding CBD for their loved one.

How much to give them? How often should I give them a dose? How do I know if the CBD is working?

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What is CBD?

Cannabidiol or CBD is a beneficial chemical found in the Hemp Plant. We call these Phyto (plant) cannabinoids. It is one of 113 or so of these chemicals in the plant. Another one many know is THC, the one responsible for giving the user a buzz or high.

More Importantly, the Hemp plant is bred to be legal and has a low THC content of 0.3% or less. So Hemp CBD will never get you or your furry buddy high or buzzed.

How CBD Works

This works with your Endocannabinoid System or ECS. All mammals have this system and it is essentially a cell-signaling system like your Central Nervous System.

How CBD works is it allow helpful compounds to enter these receptor sites and at the same blocks harmful compounds from entering. A sort of Lock and Key effect.

For Example, you have nerve pain in your back, CBD will block this pain signal.

What is amazing is you and your furry friend have the same system running throughout both your bodies.

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Conclusion:

We know how much you love your pet, they are part of your family and you want the best for them to live a long, healthy life.

Many of us are now seeking Natural and Organic solutions to health issues instead of a synthetic drug that burdens the small liver of your pets.

Just like humans your pets tiny Liver has to work overtime to filter bad food, bad water, toxins found in medications, and all the rest of the bad stuff that goes into their bodies. So why burden it anymore?

So talk with your Veterinarian about CBD and if it is something you are willing to try, your pet will thank you.

Just Remember, make sure the CBD is from the U.S. and is THC Free and Organic. Also, make sure they have viewable or available Independent Lab Reports showing you exactly what the chemical makeup is of the CBD.

Doing this will help ensure you are getting a quality product.