Pet Education

CBD Hemp Oil for Pets

What You Might Not Know

Educational Note of Importance: The educational statements below related to CBD Hemp Oil supplemental effectiveness. They are based on CBD Hemp Oil Product source being highly concentrated with minimal filler and verifiable purity and strength as evidenced by a Certificate of Analysis (COA) issued by a certified independent testing laboratory. NANOSOL™ Pro certifiably adheres to the above criteria to the highest degree possible.

CBD Hemp Oil General Facts:

Just as CBD hemp oil produces significant supplemental human benefit, your pet supplemented by certified CBD hemp oil can reap the same benefits.
Verified hemp strains contain CBD and are naturally not psychoactive.

CBD (cannabidiol) is a compound found in cannabis and hemp. THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is an active ingredient compound that gives marijuana its psychoactive properties.

The hemp plant by nature contains a minute amount of THC (.03% or less), which is considered non-psychoactive.

Products such as NANOSOL™ Pro filter out all THC and certifiably claim to be THC free without diminishing the CBD Hemp Oil purity and strength. Removing all THC intended as a primary benefit for the human market, this benefit deemed valuable and extended to the pet market.

In short, a THC free CBD Hemp Oil formulation achieves supplemental benefits without concern of THC side effects.

What is Cannabidiol?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a safe, non-addictive substance, one of more than a hundred naturally occurring “phytocannabinoids,” contained in the Hemp plant containing a robust therapeutic profile.

Cannabinoid (CBD) research has been ongoing for many years but over just the last two decades, thousands of scientific studies and research projects have investigated the beneficial role of cannabinoids in our systems. Scientifically well-founded insights have revealed cannabinoid therapeutic potential when used to supplement the endocannabinoid system. The results of these studies have led to the approval of CBD supplementation in a number of countries. As a result, there is increasing interest beyond humans to include companion animal regarding the use of cannabinoids in veterinary medicine.

The Pet’s Endocannabinoid System

The endocannabinoid system of all mammals works the same. Your animal’s endocannabinoid system is made up of three mechanisms:

  • Endocannabinoids
  • Cannabinoid Receptors
  • Enzymes that create and break down endocannabinoids

Whenever an animal’s functions get out of balance, the endocannabinoid system responds by triggering the release of enzymes designed to synthesize endocannabinoids.

These endocannabinoids – the most major of which are anandamide and 2-arachidonoylglycerol – bind to cannabinoid receptors that are found on cells in the brain and throughout the body.

Once the cannabinoid receptors are activated, they control the passage of proteins between cells, sending chemical messages between nerve cells explaining that adjustments need to be made. This process triggers a chemical response specifically designed to bring the function that had become unbalanced back into balance (homeostasis).

Endocannabinoid Deficiency

Clinical Endocannabinoid Deficiency (CECD) a result of the animal’s body naturally not producing enough cannabinoids. Therefore, the body lack’s sufficient chemical messengers to regulate and control the duration and intensity of the physiological processes in the brain, reproductive organs, nervous system and more.e

CBD is just one of about 100 cannabinoids naturally present in the Hemp plan. CBD Hemp Oil doesn’t just positively affect your endocannabinoid system but also interacts with receptors in your system. CBD interacts with CB1 receptors, CBD2 receptors, TRPV1 (Vanilloid receptor that channels ion) and 5-HT1A receptors to help boost serotonin, the known chemical in the brain.

Buyer Awareness

Nutritional/Dietary Supplement Facts

Nutritional/Dietary Supplement Regulation

Nutritional/dietary supplements are defined as a category of food and not a drug, both having different regulations. Unlike other products, the regulation for dietary supplements is that they are considered safe until proven unsafe.

Because of this unique regulation approach, the best way to achieve the optimal outcome when implementing CBD into a daily supplementation routine is for both the consumer and supplier to invest the time up front to verify the product.

Below are several guidelines and checklists that we hope help you make an informed decision.

CBD Hemp Oil Validation Process

Understand why you are taking a supplement

Assess Credibility

Avoid marketing hype and unsubstantiated claims. Just because it’s in print does not mean its fact. Let your education of supplier, product, and the scientific transparency available to you be your foundational guiding light.

Assess the Relevance

Once you verify the product claim is in good standing, take a few moments of your time to understand the product relevance to your goals.

Evaluate the Safety

Ensuring supplemental safety is primarily the responsibility of the supplier and the consumer. The easiest way to understand safety is by reading the product’s associated Certificate of Analysis report. It should be batch-specific and not a generic Certificate of Analysis.

Evaluate the Risks Vs. Benefits

Benefits are understood because they are headliners in marketing and used to encourage the purchase of a product. Risks may be called “counter indications” or “side effects,” but many times they are hidden or in small print in hopes they do not dissuade a customer from buying. We suggest reading the smaller print first, or, said differently, read from the bottom up to ensure you have a full understanding of benefits and risks.

Make an Informed Decision

After you have ensured product integrity and transparency, you are armed to make an informed decision. We put together a CBD Hemp Oil checklist that is intended to guide you in making a better decision on product and provider.

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