What can Canna-Pet do for your pet? | Herban Planet

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 What can Canna-Pet do for your pet?


Combining the scientific principles of veterinary medicine and pharmacology makes Canna-Pet, a global innovator of cannabinoid-enhanced health for pets. What is it exactly made of? It is a unique blend of cannabis sativa strains, usually known as hemp, and has been designed to enhance the supportive benefits of the cannabis plant. All the while minimizing the ‘high-inducing’ concentrations of THC. Formulations contain a combination of phytocannabinoids, the main group of compounds found in hemp, terpenes and flavonoids. In addition, hemp naturally contains omega 3 & 6, fatty acids and vitamin B6, which help to provide a holistic approach to any pet’s health needs.

Consider turning to holistic treatments such as “marijuana edibles” for your pets, if you have an elderly or ailing pet. A growing number of pets eat hemp-based capsules that contain only trace amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol—or THC—the psychoactive ingredient that provides the cannabis high.

Doctors recommend Canna-Pet, a supplement made from hemp, for an animal's pain and anxiety. It helps to make pets happy and relaxed. It does not cure any ailment but it has been helpful in reducing pain.

A handful of states have legalized and regulated cannabis for human recreational use—and many more states allow for some form of medical marijuana. But no federal or state agency has made any provisions for the largely unregulated pet supplement industry. Still vets recommend hemp-based supplements for pets experiencing anxiety or pain. Canna-Pet is also used in conjunction with cancer treatments and to boost appetite in dogs that won't eat. There is certainly no question that it can benefit pets.

Canna-Pet, of Seattle, is one of the few companies leading the use of this new and as of yet, uncharted field of hemp-based veterinary medicine. They have taken "information from the human world and combined that with knowledge of dogs and cats and slowly whittled away until they got something that was safe for them and that worked."

They grind up the whole hemp plant to make their canna-based capsules—roots, seeds, leaves and stem—to preserve all the ingredients. They use just a little THC along with the cannabidiol (CBD), one of the main medical components, to provide relief.

It is experimental and not a miracle drug. It is a supplement designed to help conditions and help ongoing therapies, not to provide the sole treatment of any disease. Canna-Pet has numerous heartwarming testimonials on their website.

A number of veterinary experts endorse the use of cannabis-related products to treat dogs and cats. All of them saw the potential for benefits for some conditions, such as anxiety and pain management.

Keep in mind that you cannot administer human marijuana or any other human drug to pets. Ever since the legalization of medical and recreational marijuana, pet marijuana poisoning is on the rise. Consult a licensed veterinarian before giving any drug to your pet or you run the risk of poisoning, harming or even killing your pet.