Pet CBD Food for Medium Dogs - [50mg] Bacon Flavor
Pet CBD Food for [Medium] Dogs is a natural, CBD hemp oil supplement for dogs that’s made with organic flavor. You may have heard of CBD for cats or CBD for pets, but Pet CBD Food is just for dogs!
Stress, anxiety, depression and pain doesn’t just affect humans, it affects our pets too, especially our dogs. Pet CBD Food is specifically designed for man’s best friend in order to help support their overall wellness. With 50mg of CBD per bottle, Pet CBD Food is recommended for elderly and ill pets weighing 10 to 40 lbs.
A quick search on google might show you that Pet CBD food can help your pets feel more relaxed and more in control. You might find some reviews from some of our customers saying they have seen CBD help improve their pet's aggression disorders, self-trauma, cognitive problems, excessive vocalization, and urination/marking problems.
CBD Dosage & Feeding Instructions:
Use 8-10 drops of CBD Pet Food on your pet's food, treats, or water bowl 1-2 times a day depending on your pet's condition.
This product is for medium dogs between 10 to 40 lbs and contains 50mg of CBD oil.
Put a little calm in their bowl with CBD Pet Food for Dogs!
|Mg of CBD per bottle||Mg of CBD per drop|
|15ml bottle||30ml bottle|
|25 mg||0.08 mg||0.04 mg|
|50 mg||0.17 mg||0.08 mg|
|100 mg||0.33 mg||0.17 mg|
|150 mg||0.50 mg||0.25 mg|
|250 mg||0.83 mg||0.42 mg|
|350 mg||1.17 mg||0.58 mg|
|450 mg||1.50 mg||0.75 mg|
|500 mg||1.67 mg||0.83 mg|
|550 mg||1.83 mg||0.92 mg|
|750 mg||2.50 mg||1.25 mg|
|1000 mg||3.33 mg||1.67 mg|
|1500 mg||5.00 mg||2.50 mg|
Measured in mg per drop**
This table represents how many mg of CBD per drop are approximately included in the product.
Please check this table before purchasing.
Industrial Hemp CBD, Vegetable Glycerin (VG), Propylene Glycol (PG) and Artificial Flavors
With CBD oil for pets we like to use a tiered system of dosing, depending on your pet’s size, as preferred by many experts:
- Tier 1: 0.05 mg per lb of bodyweight
- Tier 2: 0.125 mg per lb of bodyweight
- Tier 3: 0.25 mg per lb of bodyweight
Regardless of your pet’s size, you should start with Tier 1, using that dosage twice a day. After a week, move up to Tier 2 only if necessary, ditto for Tier 3.
So, for example:
The following examples are based on Tier 1 dosing:
- For pets up to 25lbs - give them up to 1.25 mg twice a day
- For pets between 25 – 50lb - give them between 1.25 to 2.5 mg twice a day
- For pets between 50 – 75lb - give them between 2.5 to 3.75 mg twice a day
Of course, you’ll need to do some calculation on how many mg of CBD oil there are per drop. On average, Medipets CBD products have between .05 mg and .2 mg CBD per drop.
Pets, like cats and dogs, use CBD oil for almost all of the same reasons that humans do. In fact, their endocannabinoid systems are remarkably similar to humans. CBD oil for pets is especially great for anxiety or stress, for older pets, for pets with joint pain, and a whole host of other reasons.
Of course!. We know that pets can be finicky when it comes to CBD oil (or anything really) which is why we offer a whole line of different CBD products for pets, including CBD Pet Treats in tasty flavors like Meaty Steak and Purrs & Puffs — 16 in total for dogs and two for cats. CBD Pet Treats are a delicious way to give your pet the CBD oil they need in a tasty snack that they will love.
While it may seem tempting to do so, giving your pet your CBD oil is not the best idea. CBD oil for pets, like MediPets brand CBD, is specially designed for cats and dogs, for both their size and their body weight. Pet CBD oil comes in specific dosages just for pets, which is why you would never want to give your CBD oil to your pet.
CBD Dabs are just like CBD oil crystal isolate. They are raw, crystallized, 99% pure CBD isolate powder that can be vaped or put in food and drinks. They are perfect for anyone who prefers pure CBD without any other cannabinoids or other compounds.
CBD edibles are usually found in something sweet, like CBD gummies, or CBD cake pops. There's also delicious CBD honey that can be put on food or mixed with hot tea. It's a simple way to take the CBD you need to help you through the day. Just one or two CBD gummies can give you the CBD you need to put you back on track. For those looking for something a bit simpler, there are also CBD capsules.
For those new to vaping, it is best to start with Diamond CBD’s line of disposable CBD vape pens of which there is a whole variety of choices. CBD vape oil users looking for something easy but a little more permanent can try a disposable CBD vape juice cartridge. Experienced users may choose to invest in a refillable vape pen. Here, a person can use CBD vape oils and flavors or mix in some CBD vape additive.
CBD vape additive is a type of concentrate which mixes with other e-liquids that are nicotine or non-nicotine-based. For example, Diamond CBD offers a variety of CBD vape additives for you to enjoy with your favorite e-liquids. You simply add the mixture to your oil and you are ready to go.
CBD Vape Oils one of the most popular ways to consume cannabinoid extracts. CBD vape oil is absorbed directly into the bloodstream through the lungs providing instantaneous effects. CBD vape oil is meant to be vaped on its own. High-quality CBD vape oils are made with 100 percent natural CBD. Vape pens apply heat to the CBD oil, evaporating it, and allowing it to be inhaled by the user.
Consumers may hear this term a lot when talking about CBD oil. The “entourage effect” is a “full-body” experience that occurs when all of the cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and other compounds in CBD oil work in tandem with each other. It is commonly found in full-spectrum CBD oils and not with crystal isolate.
Pure, unadulterated CBD, is what you will find with CBD crystal isolate. Crystal Isolate CBD oil has an instantaneous effect and offers a bit more “kick,” (not a “buzz”). It gives the user some versatility with how they can use the product while providing control over dosage.
Terpenes provide CBD oils with distinct flavors and scents. CBD-flavored terpene oils can also have physiological effects on the human body. Many CBD oils bring together terpenes to create an “entourage effect” with the compounds working together to produce specific physiological and psychological effects.
First, full-spectrum CBD oil gives you CBD oil that is extracted from the hemp plant with all of the other compounds present in the plant remaining. In other words, it has not gone through the refinement process necessary to isolate the CBD. They include terpenes, flavonoids, and other cannabinoids to help create a full body or “entourage effect.”
People should be careful of cheap CBD oil, because toxic solvents such as propane, hexane, or butane may have been used to extract it. Poisonous solvents can be hazardous extremely hazardous.
Although some companies use ethanol in their extraction process, the best companies use supercritical CO2 extraction for everything, including flavored CBD oil collections. It maintains the purity of the CBD oil throughout the entire process. Also, supercritical CO2 extraction retains all of the naturally occurring beneficial molecules found in the hemp plant.
When purchasing CBD oil, you also want to make sure that you know from where it is sourced. We source all of our CBD oil from soil rich hemp farms in Kentucky, Colorado, and Scandinavia. Also, the best CBD oil is extracted with a process called supercritical CO2 extraction which retains all of the naturally occurring beneficial molecules found in the hemp plant.
The best companies do a few things to ensure that their customers receive only top-quality CBD oil. First, we provide clearly-labeled packaging on all of our CBD oil products, including our CBD edibles, CBD vapes, and CBD creams. We also offer independent third-party lab reports for all of our CBD oil products so that consumers know exactly what’s in the bottle. Moreover, we have a customer experience team ready to help answer any of your questions should you need anything along the way.
CBD oil is entirely legal in all 50 states. The FDA considers hemp and hemp-derived extracts to be food-based products. As such, there are no legal restrictions on their importation, production, sale or consumption in the United States, as well as most of the industrialized world. Hemp oil is legal in over 40 countries around the world. Hemp oil is consumed by millions of people around the world, and this number is rapidly rising as an increasing number of studies explore its many potential health benefits.
Again, the answer here would be absolutely not! CBD oil is CBD oil, no matter from which plant it comes. The difference between CBD oil from hemp and CBD oil from marijuana is that CBD oil from hemp will not create a buzz or a high. But, as far as the possible benefits, CBD oil from hemp offers them all.
Absolutely not! CBD oil is an entirely different cannabinoid from THC. Moreover, CBD oil extracted from hemp contains negligible amounts of THC — less than 0.03 percent — making it impossible for anyone (including their pet) to feel high when using it. Remember, although CBD oil comes from hemp, CBD oil is not marijuana.
People consume CBD oil for a variety of reasons ranging from stress relief to sleep regulation to inflammation to more. The endocannabinoid system has been found to control a whole host of functions on the human body (and pet’s too!) Many scientific studies have shown the beneficial effects of CBD oil.
CBD oil may work as an anti-inflammatory agent. Inflammation is the primary cause of pain, including in such conditions as arthritis and circulatory-related ailments. Some research has even shown CBD oil to be promising when it comes to sleep disorders, anxiety, depression, stress relief, and more.
CBD oil works in conjunction with the endocannabinoid system. Because CBD is a cannabinoid, it helps to supplement the body’s natural cannabinoids, in turn strengthening the endocannabinoid system.
In other words, the endocannabinoid system is a vast system of cannabinoid receptors. Furthermore, the body itself produces its own natural cannabinoids. CBD oil or cannabidiol, in general, is known as a phytocannabinoid (plant-based cannabinoid) which can help to supplement the endocannabinoid system (ECS).
CBD oil is one of many cannabinoids found in cannabis. Also known as cannabidiol, CBD oil is widely recognized for its possible benefits to the health of both humans and animals.
Cannabis is the genus name for both marijuana and hemp, and the term itself is not necessarily interchangeable with marijuana. In fact, almost all CBD oil today comes from industrial hemp, which contains negligible amounts of THC, which is the cannabinoid responsible for causing a high. Most strains of agricultural hemp are rich in CBD while only having less than 0.03 percent THC, making them perfect for extracting CBD oil.
The first thing to remember is CBD is not THC and does not provide any psychoactive effects. The relaxing effect of CBD depends on many factors, including the amount consumed, the rate at which it is consumed, your body mass, and your metabolism. Feel free to try our other products in search of that desired effect.
Although not designated by the FDA as a health product, CBD has been shown in numerous studies to have various health benefits. Please read our product descriptions to identify the best products for you. There is also a wealth of research available online. However, we do not make any specific health claims about our products. As with any supplement, please consult your physician before use.
Hemp is not marijuana and will not get you ’high’. Hemp, or industrial hemp, is a commonly-used term for cannabis sativa plant strains which contain very low levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and are typically used for its fiber and seeds.
No. Hemp oil contains CBD, the non-psychoactive compounds of the cannabis plant. Hemp oil does not have the psychoactive qualities found in THC, and while using it you can maintain a clear mind and active lifestyle.
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