Administrating and Determining CBD Dosage For Cats and Dogs
CBD is a very individualized medicine, so we suggest prudent precaution. What’s promising about using CBD, is the fact that it could completely rid the use of conventional drugs for your pet. As we mentioned earlier, CBD doesn’t produce any psychoactive effects and even if it can’t fully replace those medicines, CBD could possibly lessen the dosage. The best part? There’s no evidence that shows a toxic effect from CBD, thus, it’s incapable of causing an overdose. Further, your pet won’t build up a tolerance.
Although some CBD products have dosing instructions on the label, your four-legged friends can’t actually tell you how he or she feels when taking CBD. As with everything, we recommend that you follow the guidelines of your products and start slow.
Also, consider your pet’s health conditions, as they may affect the metabolization of CBD as well as current prescriptions for any drug interactions. It’s important to understand that every animal is different, so effects may take some time before any are seen or felt. As far as side effects, it hasn’t been found in scientific data, and if any, they’re harmless and very few. Lastly, note that cannabinoids are susceptible to degradation, so store your products in a cool place away from direct sunlight to avoid any damage.