Yes, unfortunately we get this type of question frequently from internet trolls!The first misunderstanding here is rooted in thinking that hemp is the same as pot. Hemp is a form of the cannabis plant that does NOT have the psychoactive THC chemical; i.e., you cannot get high off hemp. To be considered hemp, a cannabis plant must have less than 0.3% THC. A good analogy is to compare grape juice to wine; when grape juice ferments, it becomes alcohol. If it doesn’t contain alcohol, it’s just grape juice. Your dog can no more get high from our PurCBD+ or hemp than you could get drunk by drinking grape juice.
Saying CBD gummies or CBD Edibles are becoming increasingly popular is a total understatement. For most, it's an easy way to consume CBD in a convenient and discreet way, and in fact in one of the strongest ways. In addition, the candy-like taste of CBD gummies neutralizes the possible hemp-like taste of CBD oil.  People turn to CBD to soothe several of symptoms without the fear of being high.
Hi Jamie. I’m very sorry to hear about your dog. Please remember I am not a vet myself so any advice I can provide is from what I’ve read from the experience of other people. I cannot provide medical advice. In situations like this, I believe people have used as high of a dose of CBD and other cannabinoids as the dog could tolerate without negative side effects. I don’t think the cream would be the right product. In cases like this, ingestion would be appropriate. My best advice for you would be to seek out the help of a veterinarian expert who has experience working with dogs and cannabis. Dr. Gary Richter would be my first choice. Even if you don’t live in California, you may be able to do a phone consultation with him to see what dosage and product he would recommend. Please let me know if you have more questions and I will do my best to help.

We’ve already looked at some of the research behind CBD’s anti-inflammatory benefits — but its role in preventing inflammation may go well beyond treating pain. Scientists have known for a long time that chronic inflammation is related to the development of cancer, and multiple studies have linked taking anti-inflammatory drugs to a significant decrease in cancer development. CBD fills this role without the possible side effects of NSAIDs like Naproxen or Ibuprofen.
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Though there are some topical treatments, cannabis oil is typically administered orally to dogs. It also can be used in conjunction with traditional medications and treatments. Emerging research suggests there can be “synergistic benefits” between marijuana and traditional medications, Richter says. “There are few, if any, known significant drug interactions that you really need to be concerned about.”
No, absolutely not. We source exclusively from 100% organic farms, so this is never an issue. Even though none of our ingredients have ever been exposed to pesticides, we still routinely have our phytocannabinoid oil tested by a third party for potency and the presence of any toxins/pesticides. You can see the results on the certificate of analysis found on our website.
Due to the influence of big pharma,the FDA has refused (until recently) to investigate the benefits of phytocannabinoid oil for humans or pets. We are not allowed to say or imply that phytocannabinoid has any medical benefits, however the 1st Amendment also protects our right to tell you about our experiences with phytocannabinoid helping our own pets, and the fact that there have been more than 1500 clinical studies regarding the effectiveness of phytocannabinoids.*The owners and staff of Innovet believe, but cannot legally claim or imply, that countless dogs and cats have used phytocannabinoid oils for many conditions.
The law on hemp-based products in the United States has evolved a lot in recent years. The federal farm bill of 2014 permitted the sale of hemp products, providing that the psychoactive content of these products (i.e. the amount of THC) was below 0.3 percent. That’s why you so often see references to products being either “THC-free” or containing less than 0.3 percent.
Cannabidiol, otherwise known as CBD, is one of the abundant cannabinoids found in the Cannabis Sativa L. plant. Both industrial hemp and medical marijuana can be processed from this plant. CBD, however, is a compound found throughout the whole plant inclusive to the seeds it starts as. In hemp-based extractions, you’ll find strains containing over 99% pure cannabidiol and <1% delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content.
Unfortunately, because this is a supplement we're not allowed to make medical claims regarding its use as a treatment or cure. However, this is the exact reason we began using this product on our own pets. (Our founding pets were diagnosed with cancer; one was 16 and the other was 8.) We used phytocannabinoidas palliative care for appetite and pain management.
CBD edibles that do not contain THC are not addictive. They may actually help end addiction for people who are addicted to products that contain THC. Most people do not build a tolerance to CBD edibles, and no cases of fatal CBD overdose have been reported. A few rare and mild side-effects that may occur from taking CBD edibles are diarrhea, fatigue, and changes in weight.
Thank you for the information.  A friend of mine recently gave me a small bottle of Cloud 9 hemp, lizard king.  Said she was told it is good for COPD.  Can not find anything that backs up that statement, You article also said that Cloud 9 is a brand that uses Propylene and the effects on the lungs when vaporizing has not been determined but OK to use externally.  Is all this correct?

So are CBD edibles legal? Unfortunately, this question isn’t so easy to answer. While the United States is moving in the right direction, the legality of CBD as a whole is still very much unclear because of different laws in different states, and also even different laws at federal and state level. However, CBD from hemp is now legal in all 50 states. In other words, if the CBD is hemp-derived, meaning that it doesn’t contain THC and has no psychoactive effects, then the related CBD product is considered legal across America. However, bare in mind that in some states, CBD may only be legal for medicinal use. This means that you might need a medical marijuana card to purchase your CBD edibles from a dispensary.


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Though there are some topical treatments, cannabis oil is typically administered orally to dogs. It also can be used in conjunction with traditional medications and treatments. Emerging research suggests there can be “synergistic benefits” between marijuana and traditional medications, Richter says. “There are few, if any, known significant drug interactions that you really need to be concerned about.”

So how does it work? Scientists are still working out the details of how CBD works to calm the mind, though it seems that its effects on serotonin and glutamate production are part of that equation. This comprehensive 2015 review of scientific literature on CBD as a potential treatment for anxiety concluded that CBD has considerable potential and strongly recommended further study.
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