There are no good reasons to give your pet a “high” regardless of whether the product is legal for human medical or recreational purposes.
Since the non-intoxicating compound in marijuana, cannabidiol (CBD), hit the mainstream a few years ago, it seems that every soccer mom and cocktail-toting suburbanite wants in on the remedy.
In recent years, certain states that have medical and/or recreational cannabis programs in place have experienced decreases in the number of opioid overdoses.
CBD looks promising for BPD patients as a possible treatment option to supplement talk therapy and to target specific BPD symptoms that get in the way of everyday life.
A paper from Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research shows the herb might help addicts through the worst of the withdrawal symptoms. This means a cannabis alternative might be a substantial first step in addiction therapy.
Cannabis infused topicals represent an ideal solution for those seeking an effective natural and non-addictive way to treat joint pain, inflammation, and muscle soreness.
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