CBD has been able to make its mark, not just with our health and wellness but of our beloved pets too. CBD with its strong therapeutic properties has been able quell many ailments and control diseases that go out of hand. The effective legalisation of CBD is what allowed for several CBD businesses and suppliers to set up shop, and with them came plenty of CBD products to help fill in the shelves at these stores. Rows of products for us as well as dogs and cats have lined most store shelve and it is only expected to grow even further.
Just like us, who have severe joint pains and arthritis apart from the occasional anxiety and stress-filled lives; our pets are no different and are not excused from these ailments either. The usual medications like analgesics and pain killers although effective, have plenty of long term implications to them; a short term relief but with impending risks of stroke and cardiac arrest. You will think twice before feeding your pets these ‘medicines’. That is why CBD has been able to garner even more support and popularity; pet owners find solace and peace in knowing that CBD for pets is a great natural organic alternative to traditional medications.
Stress Relief For Pets
Pets also are subjected to disorders like separation anxiety disorder which make them anxious and unsure. You will see symptoms of this in the form of excessive barking, scratching or biting, passive aggressive behaviour, uncontrollable urine and faeces discharge and biting of furnitures and books,
They are also unsure when they can’t see their owners for an extended period of time and will tend to showcase these behaviours. Plus loud fireworks also set them off!
So, how can CBD help? It does so interacting with what is called the endocannabinoid system or ECS. This system plays an important role in controlling the mood of your pets. The ECS has several sites or receptors where natural cannabinoids released by the brain interact and hook to. What CBD does is pretty much the same; the CBD attaches itself to receptors sites of the ECS, namely the CB1 and CB2 receptors. This leads to the variety of CBD benefits that we commonly see.
The research that agree with using CBD for anxiety is positive and conclusive, not only for humans but for our beloved fellow critters as well. Take the first steps in helping them know that you care for them just, as much as they care for you.