About me

Hi I’m Luis Nandez, the main contributor to this website.

Our family had a Golden Retriever named Rosie.As many pet owners can relate, Rosie was our first “child”.She was a huge part of our family, and my wife Kim and I loved her to death.

I really didn’t have any experience with cannabis.

But I’m proud to also admit that I’m extremely logical, or at least I think I am.

I really try and find a logical answer that makes sense.

So I began to wonder:

Every bit of research I did on cannabis for pets, CBD oil and various products came in positive I’ve tried to put together on this website in a very easy to read format.

When we hear hemp, we often think drugs and drunkenness. But hemp is different from marijuana (female plant) in the sense that the male plant has a lower THC level than that of the female plant.

CBD oil, can help with chronic and acute illnesses. CBD is the abbreviation for cannabidiol which is one of the at least 113 chemical components of the cannabis plant, which is called cannabinoids.

The cannabis plant can have a beneficial effect in the body. CBD oil can not only help with illnesses, but also improve the overall well-being and health of your pet.

CBD oil is made from hemp seed oil in a CO2 extraction process. This process ensures that the various components (cannabinoids), terpenes, flavonoids as well as omega 3 and 6 fatty acids are preserved.

Will your pet get high?

No. Unlike known THC, CBD does not get drunk. Your pet will feel relaxed.

The cannabis plant contains various chemical components, including CBD, phytocannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids. Humans and other mammals have specific receptors for cannabinoids. These receptors are found mainly in the brain, the central nervous system and in the peripheral organs, especially in the cells of the immune system. Together they represent the endocannabinoid system.

When to give CBD oil to my pet?

Studies show that many cannabinoids have an anti-inflammatory effect and can help with pain, tumors, cramps, skin diseases, lack of appetite, stress, aggression, anxiety and problems. neurological.

CBD oil can help for the following symptoms and diseases:

  • allergies
  • hyperacidity
  • epilepsy
  • pain
  • stress
  • anxiety
  • nausea
  • lack of appetite
  • muscle regeneration

Neuroscientist at the University of Washington, Joshua Kaplan specializes in the therapeutic virtues of cannabis: “The dosage of CBD is all the more essential as it can affect various areas of our body. For example, it is accepted that a low or moderate dose of CBD is sufficient to treat anxiety and depression, but not epilepsy. And it goes without saying that the dose needed to treat epilepsy is no help for anxiety and depression. It’s about being precise. “

But rest assured, there is no proven risk in case of too high intake, neither for us nor for Chipie, because CBD is neither toxic nor psychoactive. At high doses, THC can be toxic to our four-legged companions, with the risk of suicidal thoughts and acute paranoia.

A veterinarian neurologist at the Colorado State Pedagogical Clinic, Stephanie McGrath is one of the few researchers concerned about the effects of CBD on dogs. It confirms the absence of danger and the rather good assimilation of CBD in dogs. But beware: it is essential to double check the THC content of the product before slipping into its Frolic.