A couple of years ago, Veterinarian Katherine Kramer had run out of treatment options for an 18-year-old cat who was in pain from heart disease and pancreatitis. So, she recommended it put on CBD oil ( <——-click on that link to see my organic, animal CBD oil line) and soon after starting that protocol, the cat was eating and playing. Since then, CBD has become a regular recommendation.
And now she can’t imagine practicing without it.
“Kramer says if you had told her six years ago she’d be recommending medical marijuana to her clients for their pets, she would have laughed at the absurdity of the idea. But, one year later, she began working with CBD for use with cats and dogs. Research shows CBD contains analgesic, anti-inflammatory and anti-anxiety properties without the psychoactive effects. Kramer says she’s witnessed CBD help animals living with cancer, pain, seizures and anxiety. Today she’s is considered a pioneer in the field of treating small animals with CBD.”1
Because the College of Veterinarians of British Columbia doesn’t allow vets to legally prescribe CBD, Kramer merely makes the suggestion. But she’s quick to point out that while CBD can be helpful for some pets, feeding a cat or dog regular marijuana is very dangerous and can kill them.
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