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What are Cannabinoids?

There are close to 1250 unique chemical compounds identified in hemp plants. Hundreds of them are terpenoids, which are the compounds that give fruits, flowers and herbs many of their desirable aromas, flavors and other special properties. Cannabinoids are a sub-class of terpenoids. There are over 144 cannabinoids found in hemp and cannabis.

What is the Endocannabinoid System (ECS)?

The endocannabinoid system (ECS), named after the plant that led to its discovery, is a group of endogenous cannabinoid receptors located in the mammalian brain and throughout the central and peripheral nervous systems and organs. Consisting of neuromodulatory lipids and their receptors, in other words, it is a command and control set of biochemical communication regulatory mechanisms dealing with cannabinoid-like substances (endocannabinoids) produced naturally by the human body in general and the brain in particular, where receptors are concentrated in areas associated with thinking, memory, coordination, pleasure and time perception. The ECS is one of the more important biological control systems which help regulate major bodily functions.

What is Hemp?

Hemp is a Variety of the Cannabis Sativa L. plant, which is a rather well-known family. But as in all families, there can be huge differences between its members. Cannabis, like most of the things on this planet, contains several different compounds, which are referred to as cannabinoids. Some cannabis Varieties, known for their use as a drug, have a high percentage of THC. We, however, use regulated industrial hemp Varieties, which do not contain any psychoactive properties. Their dominant cannabinoid is CBD and they contain less than 0.2% THC. They may come from the same family, but not all of the family members are alike! Industrial hemp will not cause the feeling commonly known as being “high” in your pet.

What is CO2 Extraction?

CO2 extraction is an extraction process that uses pressurized carbon dioxide (CO2) to extract phytochemicals (such as CBD, CBG, or terpenes, flavonoids, etc.) from a plant. CO2 at certain temperatures and under pressure acts like a solvent, without the dangers of actually being one. It is the most expensive extraction method and is widely considered the most effective and safest plant extraction method.

What is Cannabidiol (CBD)?

CBD, short for Cannabidiol, is one of the compounds of industrial hemp. So far around 144 different cannabinoids have been found in the plant, with CBD being one of them. It has garnered a lot of attention, as recent scientific studies suggest that CBD may help treat a variety of conditions. From alleviating chronic pain and general relieving of pain to generating positive effects on the mood, as well as reducing anxiety and depression, CBD has rightfully gained popularity in the developing world of health and wellness. As for your furry one? Users report innumerable cases in which CBD has helped their pet significantly. CBD is an allrounder, just nature at its best.

What is Full Spectrum Cannabis?

Full spectrum cannabis refers to cannabis that produces a bouquet of beneficial cannabinoids in addition to CBD, such as CBC, CBG, and small amounts of THC. At low doses THC, in combination with CBD, is non-psychoactive and can provide additional relief from pain, muscle spasms, nausea and loss of appetite. Other cannabinoids such as CBC and CBG have been shown to be beneficial for reducing pain and inflammation. Full spectrum cannabis provides optimal therapeutic value from the actions of multiple cannabinoids working together.

CBD vs THC: What’s the Difference?

● CBD is abundant in hemp, while THC dominates in other types of cannabis.
● CBD is not psychotropic and therefore will not make you high, whereas THC is, and will create that euphoric effect.
● CBD biological targets are different than THC.
● Hemp-derived CBD products are legal in most countries, whereas THC is not.

What Does CBD Do Exactly?

Briefly, CBD helps to support the body in maintaining homeostasis. It does this by interacting with the endocannabinoid system—a highly important system in all human and animal bodies that is involved in helping to control functions such as your mood, appetite, sleep and immune response in order to balance our bodies.

What are the Possible Side Effects of the Use of CBD?

CBD products are generally well tolerated in mammals. As with any hemp oil taken orally, digestive upset is possible in the form of vomiting or diarrhea. The main side effect of CBD is fatigue. We recommend consulting your veterinarian before using CBD products.

What Makes Weedley Different from Other CBD Products for Pets?

Here at Weedley we make sure that all our suppliers are carefully selected and stick to the highest quality standard in their production processes. In order to ensure this, all of our products are lab tested. All the hemp varieties that we use are officially certified in the EU.

Does Weedley products are safe for human use as well?

Yes! Our 500/1000mg CBD Oils and CBD Balm are safe for the use of humans!

Other products have additives flavoring for pets.

What Types of Products Does Weedley Have?

Weedley has a wide range of products and we are constantly developing new and innovative solutions for pets. Our current product line includes different types of tinctures, diluted in various types of oils such as olive, hemp, salmon, etc. They are available in different concentration levels and can be applied in several ways, for example as a balm, and soon through snacks and treats for pets.

Do Weedley Products Contain THC?

We use Hemp Finola (Cannabis Sativa) and Hemp Futura 75 (Cannabis Sativa), which are both EU authorized agricultural varieties, according to Regulation (EC) No. 1782/2003. All of our products contain less than 0.2% of THC. This means that neither product will cause a feeling commonly known as a “high” for your pet.

What is the Proper Dosage for My Pet Companion?

First studies in companion animals showed hemp oil extract is safe for dogs up to 20 mg/kg twice a day. When first using this product, start slowly with a minimal dosage of 0.5mg/kg twice a day. Observe your pet carefully to see how it reacts to the product and lower the dose if you notice any negative effects.

What is the Best Way of Administration Recommended for Dogs?

The preferred route is to administer it directly into your pet’s mouth from the dropper bottle. Or you can add the required number of drops to your animal’s food or on a treat. Another option is to administer a CBD-infused balm to the inner part of the ear.

What is the Best Way of Administration Recommended for Cats?

The preferred method is to administer it directly into your pet’s mouth from the dropper bottle. Or you can add the required number of drops to your animal’s food or on a treat. As administering a new treatment in cats can be a challenge, another option is to administer Weedley CBD-infused balm to the inner part of the ear.

Will Weedley CBD Oil Interact with my Pet’s Medication?

We always recommend consulting with your veterinarian prior to changing anything in your pet’s medication subscribed by your vet. We are happy to answer any questions that you or your Vet may have with regards to the use of our products.

Is CBD as Effective for Dogs, Cats, and Horses as it is for Humans?

As of today, there are no clinical studies of CBD in cat and horses, but there are promising results in clinical studies, researching the beneficial effects of CBD in the treatment of dogs with epilepsy and osteoarthritis.

How Do I Know Which Concentration/Bottle to Choose?

Recommended starting dosage is 0.5 mg/kg twice a day. You can use our dosage calculator to choose the product that suits your pet best.

How Does Weedley CBD Oil Work for Senior Dogs and Those with Arthritis?

A study conducted at Cornell University, NY, USA, determined the basic oral
pharmacokinetics, and assessed safety and analgesic efficacy of a cannabidiol (CBD) oil in dogs with osteoarthritis (OA). Clinically, CBD oil treatment in the dosage of 2 mg/kg showed a significant decrease in pain and increase in activity in the time period that they received the treatment. No side effects were reported by owners; however, serum chemistry showed an increase in alkaline phosphatase (a liver enzyme) during CBD treatment.

Is it True that CBD Can Help to Reduce Seizures?

Preliminary results, released in July of 2018 from Colorado State University, have researched CBD oil as a viable treatment for epilepsy in dogs. For 24 weeks, dogs that experienced at least two seizures a month received either CBD oil treatment or a placebo. The results show that a surprising 89% of the dogs studied demonstrated a drop in regular seizures. The study is a double blind, placebo-controlled test.

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