Frequently Asked Questions
CBD (cannabidiol) is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in hemp and cannabis plants that causes certain effects to one's endocannabinoid system when ingested
The Endocannabinoid System is a series of receptors throughout the body and brain that assist in regulating pain, movement, inflammation, sleep, mood, digestion, immune function, neuroprotection, cardiovascular function, and more. These receptors react when introduced to cannabinoids, causing different effects.
A cannabinoid is a chemical compound that stimulates these receptors intending to regulate homeostasis in the Endocannabinoid System.
A phytocannabinoid is a cannabinoid derived specifically from a hemp plant.
Pure CBD only contains 1 cannabinoid (CBD), and nothing else. Broad Spectrum hemp oil typically contains ALL cannabinoids and terpenes EXCEPT THC, and Full-spectrum hemp oil typically contains ALL cannabinoids and terpenes INCLUDING THC (<.3%).
Yes, in fact, we encourage it. CBD can be taken as needed, or for long-term use. Consult your veterinarian before use.
Yes! Because we use pure CBD, you can give your furry friend as much as you feel they need, all dosing referenced is only a suggestion. Consult your veterinarian if you have questions or concerns regarding dosing.
The onset effects of CBD will slowly diminish
No, 1mg of CBD from a hemp plant is identical to 1mg of CBD from a cannabis plant.
Studies have shown that cannabinoids may:
1.) Increase sensitivity to Insulin
2.) Inhibit and Amplify Warfarin
3.) Influence glucose and insulin sensitivity, which could have a serious impact on patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
4.) Change statin metabolism
5.) Cytochrome P450 (the enzyme that metabolizes certain medications) may be inhibited by cannabinoids, causing the enzyme to not work properly at metabolizing the medication, (which could be dangerous with certain medications).
*Holistic Tails products are not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent any disease, and should not be used to substitute any medication. The above information is provided as a general guide, and should not be interpreted as medical advice. Please consult your veterinarian before use of any new product. If your veterinarian is concerned about the possible side effects of mixing CBD with your pet's current medications, do NOT give your pet CBD.
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