How does CBD oil work on animals?

Did you know that almost all animals (except insects) have an endocannabinoid system, like humans, allowing them to interact with CBD as well as other cannabinoids (CBN, CBG, CBC, etc.) found in CBD oil ? (1)

Indeed, just like us, animals have an endocannabinoid system composed of CB1 and CB2 receptors. These receptors, found in abundance in the nervous system, brain, immune cells and peripheral organs of mammals, allow CBD oil to work on a number of ailments. INDIGO 8 CBD-rich hemp oil helps maintain homeostasis in the mammalian body, that is, to keep the internal system in balance.

What are the effects of CBD oil on animals?

The use of CBD oil on mammals such as cats, dogs, horses, is similar to that of humans. CBD oil works on anxiety, stress, and therefore sleep, mood, appetite, cravings; it calms pain, muscle, joint and tendon inflammation. It contributes to the proper functioning of the motor coordination of the animal.

How to use CBD oil on animals?

For maximum effectiveness, it is advisable to administer the CBD oil directly into the mouth of the animal using the pipette provided by INDIGO 8. If the animal is too agitated, you can put the drops on a food just before he eats it.

Start with a few drops per dose because animals have a more sensitive digestive system than ours. For extra softness, also divide the intake into several times during the day rather than all at once. Gradually increase the number of drops according to the effects observed and the daily recommendation.

CBD balm on animals?

We also offer the CBD balm, formulated with medicinal plants that work in synergy with the broad spectrum CBD oil, which is to be applied externally for joint discomfort, inflammatory, skin problems, irritations, stings. insects, and on all skin requiring healing after wounds or bites.

Any request about a pathology or interaction with drugs must be the subject of a veterinary consultation.

CBD et animaux

(1) Silver R. and al. (2019) The Endocannabinoid System of Animal, Animals, 16;9(9). pii: E686. doi: 10.3390/ani9090686.