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Old 04-10-2019, 12:22 PM
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My dog is reacting well to cannabis.

I use cannabis oil for my dog's anxiety, inflammation, joint and hip pain.
Topical, tincture, and oil.

Are there other owners who are doing this as a preventative care for disease?
Or are there owners who are using this protocol for a specific diagnosis?
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Old 04-10-2019, 07:47 PM
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I used CBD oil and Turmeric Golden Paste for dog pain after surgery with much success

Hi. I actually used CBD oil for pain for my little Sparky chihuahua when he had to have some serious surgery last year.

I used the CBD oil in conjunction with homemade Tumeric golden paste and I was shocked by the results. The day after his surgery he came to work with me. I gave him the CBD oil drops under his tongue and the Turmeric golden paste mixture in his food that morning before work.

Honestly, I was pretty skeptical that it would control his pain as the surgery was not minor. But--- I do not like traditional meds bc generally they can produce nasty side effects. So I told the vet I would try my natural combo and if lil Sparky was in pain the next day, I would come back for the veterinary pain meds.

But--- I was stunned by the effects of the CBD oil and the Turmeric! I swear that lil Sparky was literally prancing around the parking lot of our shopping center as we walked. What???? He should have been feeling tired and lousy as heck. Instead he was greeting all our customers as he pranced around. By the way, Sparky is a senior dog, so even more impressive that the natural meds worked so well for him.

I told the emergency room vet about it and she kept saying she could not legally recommend CBD oil for dogs, but that she was verrrrrry interested in the positive effects of it for dogs......

Was it the CBD or the Turmeric that controlled Sparky's pain so well? Dunno. Maybe it was the combination. All I know is he recovered incredibly fast from the surgery and had excellent energy.

Also, by the way, I used the Turmeric Golden paste recipe (that I cooked) daily for Sparky's fatty tumors and they really, really shrunk in size to where I can almost not feel them anymore. That stuff is amazing. Go study up on it, if you are interested!

Note: CBD oil is very tricky and confusing. And pricey. We paid $70 for our little bottle!! Lots of fake stuff out there, beware. Especially online.
Proper dosing for dogs can be very confusing. Very unregulated industry. And not a lot of scientific/medical proof out there for dogs as of yet.

And I have been told repeatedly that if the CBD oil is not taken (by dogs) under the tongue, then basically you are wasting your money. I was going to mix it with food or treats and many people in the industry told me that if CBD oil isn't absorbed under the tongue, it isn't very effective at all.
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Hi Athenalove!

Sparky is a tough cookie haha. I am so happy to read the success that you have had with CBD. Cannabis oil is so wonderful in my opinion and it's versatility is unique mimicking pain medications, reducing inflammation, and increase sleep and appetite. We started Daisy on her protocol about a year ago. Tinctures were our first stop using the dropper like you said. She really did well with the Restore and Unwind tincture. Restore was CBD for inflammation and for joint support. The Unwind is what helped manage anxiety and pain. We are now introducing FECO into her regiment (:
Our dosing specialist is awesome! His name is Peter and uses the same medicine for his baby girl Allie a survivor of MCT and Pancreatitis. You are right though.. A lot of companies are so shady selling their snake oil instead of real medical marijuana. I have started to use the medicine myself too!
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Hi all.

We have a 6 year old Jack Russell Terrier/Border Collie mix female who broke out of the yard one day when she was just a year old and had a run in with our neighbor's truck. Thank God, she came out of it alive but she did fracture her pelvis. It healed without surgery but she has occasional pain, mainly when she and her brother rough house too much.

We don't like giving her NSAIDs unless absolutely necessary, so we decided to try 'Hemp oil' with her. 1cc per day and the benefits were almost immediate and positive. Are we tempted to try the real stuff, the CBD with her? Sure if she gets to the point where the omega oils and anti inflammatory effects off the Hemp oil wear off or she starts having more discomfort.

Plus she can be a bit....ummmmm....exasperating at times. Probably that JR mentality surfacing so it really does chill her out.

Last winter we lost our beloved Australian Cattle Dog to Degenerative Myelopathy. He hated storms but two CCs of Hemp Oil and he was like 'storm? what storm?'
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Hi all.

We have a 6 year old Jack Russell Terrier/Border Collie mix female who broke out of the yard one day when she was just a year old and had a run in with our neighbor's truck. Thank God, she came out of it alive but she did fracture her pelvis. It healed without surgery but she has occasional pain, mainly when she and her brother rough house too much.

We don't like giving her NSAIDs unless absolutely necessary, so we decided to try 'Hemp oil' with her. 1cc per day and the benefits were almost immediate and positive. Are we tempted to try the real stuff, the CBD with her? Sure if she gets to the point where the omega oils and anti inflammatory effects off the Hemp oil wear off or she starts having more discomfort.

Plus she can be a bit....ummmmm....exasperating at times. Probably that JR mentality surfacing so it really does chill her out.

Last winter we lost our beloved Australian Cattle Dog to Degenerative Myelopathy. He hated storms but two CCs of Hemp Oil and he was like 'storm? what storm?'
It's amazing your pup didn't need surgery. She is a tough cookie! In my opinion hemp seed oil is more of a dietary supplement and it is recommended to use it while feeding our pups. I know that ACDC is a strain from cannabis sativa and our CBD Restore tincture is made with this specific strain. I think the ratio is 20:1 and it is stronger than Charlotte's Web! But I also have to say that for pain management THC is far more effective. I would like to share this video with y'all about cannabis and pets (:

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