CBD oil is finally here and Dr Blake is SMILING BIG TIME 🙂
Why is Dr. Stephen Blake smiling so big?
CBD oil is here and NOW!
Finally my dream is coming true and Big Pharma has some competition that will NOT go away. The time has come for us all to take control of our health and FREE ourselves from Drugs, Chemicals and Vaccines FOREVER.
I found a company in Colorado that produces CBD 99% pure with no contaminates. The CBD is harvested from organically grown Hemp and is free of chemicals. Their CBD oils are made from CBD extractions with less than 0.1% THC which is the psychotropic compound in Cannabis The CBD oil is virtually tasteless and very palatable for dogs, cats and humans.
HOW TO MAKE A CHOICE BETWEEN DIFFERENT CBD OIL PRODUCTS?
When you are making a decision on purchasing CBD oils for you family make sure you are comparing apples to apples. First of all make sure it is pure sourced from ORGANIC HEMP and that it is 99% PURE CBD OIL. When you are comparing prices makes sure you do your math. Most oils come in 1 ounce/30 ml bottles and have the amount of CBD oil in mg on the front label. You want to believe what it says as to content, so work with a company that has their product tested for purity and actual mg/ ml.
I will give you a typical example of how you make a $ decision on a product once you have determined it to meet the purity and content requirements. When you have two exact bottles with 30ml of liquid CBD oil in them and they both cost $74.00, which one do you pick? Good question and worth taking a few minutes to learn the answer.
One bottle says 1000 mg/30 ml and the other says 2500 mg/30ml. NOW which one do you pick? Easy answer, the 2500 mg/30ml because it contains 2 1/2 times more mg. of CBD oil than the other. Sometime they mislead you on the bottles with so many mg/ per dose ( the dose may be a dropper full which varies from dropper to dropper). The best label says mg/drop and with this you know exactly what the dose is each time.
KEEP IT SIMPLE PLEASE!
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BASIC DOSING RULE FOR CATS AND DOGS: 1-5 MG CBD FOR EVERY 10 POUNDS OF BODY WEIGHT as needed to effect.
Personally I always advise my clients to start with low dosages and work their way up to effect. Once you find the dose that your animal friend needs stay with it and adjust as you need for optimum effect. I recommend you make this a nutritional supplement along with bovine colostrum, the Edge Algae and Activated Charcoal each and everyday for optimum HEALTH.
To control pain, give every 8 hours or as needed. For other uses, or to break unwanted behavior patterns, give once or twice a day. Keep in mind that there is there is no known toxicity associated with CBD.
What is CBD? Cannabidiol or CBD is one of the many compounds inside the hemp and cannabis plants. These compounds belong to molecules called phytocannabinoids. Cannabinoids determine the type of effect on the body. When certain cannabinoids, like THC, or group of cannabinoids bind to specialized CB1 and CB2 receptors; the cell tirggers notifying there is a change in cell activity.
Unlike other cannabinoids, CBD does not directly signal these special receptors, instead it has an indirect effect on the CB1 and CB2 receptors. CBD stimulates the body’s natural endogenous cannabinoids which sends signals to activate those receptors to do their job naturally. CB1 receptors are in the nervous system, glands, organs and connective tissue. CB2 receptors have an effect on the immune system and your functioning health.
The natural cannabinoids within your body work with these receptors to prevent your nervous system from misfiring or acting defectively. Natural cannabinoid deficiency will lead to negative effects on your body’s nervous system and body as a whole. Your body needs cannabinoids when endocannabinoid deficient just like when you take vitamin D for bone strength. This is because our body needs the right balance of cannabinoids to keep your nervous system and body in good health.
Many describe CBD as being like THC, just without the psychoactive effects. Although this is true, CBD works as an endocannabinoid modular. This means when a disease starts to take over your body it will create an imbalance within a body system. The CBD then works to get those systems to balance back to where they should be; healthy, working condition.
Although CBD is in the marijuana plant, Infinite CBD uses pure hemp-derived CBD isolate that contains minimal amounts of THC. Our CBD is straight from an industrial hemp farm that produces pure and clean, testing above 99 percent, CBD isolate.
The cannabinoids attach to specific receptors to provide effects to the: hippocampus for memory and learning, cerebral cortex for decision making and emotional behavior, cerebellum for motor control and coordination, putamen for movement and learning, hypothalamus for body temperature and appetite, and amygdala for emotions.
Research shows that CBD binds enzymes to provide anti-seizure, anti-inflammatory and pain relief on other receptors like; vanilloid, adenosine and serotonin that target pain, inflammation, movement and cognition.
In conclusion, the vanilloid receptor also known as TRPV1 regulates inflammation, body temperature and pain perception when bound with CBD. These receptors detect a large range of temperatures. This is the same receptor that is triggered when you eat a habanero pepper or something with spice.
Marijuana Vs Hemp
Marijuana and hemp both come from the plant Cannabis sativa (though marijuana also comes from another member of the Cannabis family, Cannabis indica).
The cannabis plant has over 60 chemicals called cannabinoids. The two main types of cannabinoids are cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). CBDs are therapeutic cannabinoids, while THC is the cannabinoid that makes you high.
Marijuana’s THC content is usually between 10 and 15 percent; but hemp must have a THC content of 0.3 percent or less. At this level, cannabis has no intoxicating effect, for people or dogs.
Hemp is higher in CBD, the substance that provides the therapeutic effects.
How CBD Works
The cannabis plant contains a number of different chemicals, including CBD, phytocannabinoids, terpenoids and flavonoids. Humans and other mammals have specific cannabinoid receptor sites. These sites are primarily in the brain and central nervous system, and in peripheral organs, especially immune cells. They make up what’s called the endocannabinoid system.
Studies show that many cannabinoids have anti-inflammatory effects, and can help with pain, tumors, seizures, muscle spasms, skin conditions, appetite stimulation, aggression, anxiety and neurological disorders
How CBD Oils Can Help Your Dog
CBD oil can help with both chronic and acute disease.
Among chronic conditions, it can help with arthritis, compromised immune systems, stress responses, aggression and digestive issues. There are also studies under way into CBD’s effects on Type 1 diabetes, organ diseases and cancer.
Veterinarians are also finding CBD oil can be useful in treating acute ailments like sprains and strains, torn ligaments, bone breaks and even during post-operative care to reduce swelling, pain and stiffness.
If your dog’s taking conventional drugs for any of these conditions, CBD hemp may make it possible to use lower doses of the drugs to achieve therapeutic effects. Since conventional medicines do have side effects, this is a useful benefit of CBD.
Does It Work Fast?
As with any herbal medicine, for most ailments you may not see an immediate effect. You’ll need to be patient.
Your dog may feel some pain relief in a few hours but other symptoms like inflammation may take a few days to show improvement.
First of all, because of the low THC, CBD hemp won’t make your dog high.
The most common side effect of CBD is that your dog may get a little drowsy – about the same as if you gave him a Benadryl.
On rare occasions, side effects have included excessive itchiness or mild vomiting, but these sensitivities are few and far between. If your dog reacts with these symptoms, you should stop giving him cannabis.
If Your Dog Gets Into Marijuana
This article’s not about marijuana, but this is important information. With the legalization of marijuana in many places, poison control centers are hearing more and more about pets getting into their owners’ marijuana stash.
It may be hard to tell if your dog has the munchies (isn’t it a permanent condition in dogs?), but other side effects from marijuana can be quite severe, including lethargy, dilated pupils, drooling, being off balance, muscle twitching, vomiting, involuntary urination and even unconsciousness.
If this happens to your dog, take him to the vet immediately. He’ll need palliative support until the effects wear off.
Please take time out of your day to learn more about CBD Oil. Amazing potential for health and business. Please share with all you know and thank you for paying it forward.
Dr Louie and Dr. Blake