The ALL-NATURAL alternative for common ailments faced by dogs, cats, and horses
Hemp contains a number of different chemicals, including CBD, phytocannabinoids, terpenoids and flavonoids. Humans and other mammals have specific cannabinoid receptor sites. These sites are primarily in the brain and central nervous system, and in peripheral organs, especially immune cells. They make up what’s called the endocannabinoid system. Studies show that many cannabinoids have anti-inflammatory effects, and can help with pain, tumors, seizures, muscle spasms, skin conditions, appetite stimulation, aggression, anxiety, and neurological disorders.
CBD hemp can help with both chronic and acute disease. Among chronic conditions, it can help with arthritis, compromised immune systems, stress responses, aggression and digestive issues. There are also studies under way into CBD’s effects on Type 1 diabetes, organ diseases and cancer.
Veterinarians are also finding CBD hemp can be useful in treating acute ailments like sprains and strains, torn ligaments, bone breaks and even during post-operative care to reduce swelling, pain and stiffness. If your pet’s taking conventional drugs for any of these conditions, CBD hemp may make it possible to use lower doses of the drugs to achieve therapeutic effects. Since conventional medicines do have side effects, this is a useful benefit of CBD. (**Dogs Naturally Magazine)
King Kalm CBD is derived from the highest Quality Naturally occurring Full Spectrum PCR Oil, homogeneously suspended in High Omega-3 Krill oil. Edible recipes are designed and formulated by our Licensed Holistic Physician and Nutritional Expert for maximum nutritional value.
IMPORTANT: All KING KALM CBD is 3rd Party Lab Tested, Pesticide and metal free, all-natural occurring Phytocannabinoid Rich Oil, Non-GMO and Plant based.
1. Why is CBD used for inflammation, arthritis and anxiety?
2. Is CBD for dogs and people the same?
3. Why is CBD so good for anxiety?
4. Is CBD and Hemp oil the same thing?
5. How do I use it for my dog or cat?