The perfect product for dogs with severe anxiety
For anyone that who’s dealt with anxiety, you’ll know how bad it can be – something you would never wish on your dog. In recent years, widespread acknowledgement of mood issues in dogs has occurred – we now know that dogs have to deal with anxiety, and this can lead to depression if not handled properly. When you leave the house and your dog is anxious about it, this can eventually degenerate into more harmful outcomes. When feeling anxious, they often resort to stressful behaviour such as pacing uncontrollably, urinating everywhere and destroying items that aren't their chew toys. If you need to calm your anxious dog, you should consider using cannabis sativia oil, which acts as a relaxant.
Ingredients: Cannabis Sativa seed oil, Myrcene (300mg), D-Limonene (300mg), Linalool (150mg).
Use as a daily food supplement.
May support management of emotional stress, irritability, and restlessness.
Note: this product does not contain CBD (cannabidiol) or THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).
Please refer to instructions of use below.
What is Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil?
Cannabis sativa seed oil is an all-natural plant-based oil derived from cold pressing Cannabis Sativa seeds. The oil contains the perfect ratio of omega 3 and 6 essential fatty acids needed by the body. Cannabis sativa oil has health benefits as a food supplement.
Our Cannabis Sativa seed oil is cultivated in Australia. It is all-natural, gluten-free, GMO-free, and 100% vegan friendly.
Scientifically proven benefits of omega 3 demonstrate it is effective against anxiety and depression, inflammation, auto-immune diseases, and ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).
What are Terpenes
Terpenes are commonly found in a wide variety of plants including but not limited to cannabis, hemp, clover, rosemary, lavender, fruits, and spices. They contribute to the smell and flavour of plant-based foods. Natural plant terpenes are used as flavourings and fragrances in foods, cosmetics, perfumes, and wellness products.
Terpenes have a wellness effect by acting on the body’s own endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system is a complex network of cell receptors that work as chemical messengers. Terpenes are known to interact with the CB1 receptors (located mostly in the brain and central nervous system) and the CB2 receptors (mostly located in the gut, muscle, joints, skin, and other organs).
Research shows that terpenes may contribute to wellness as part of healthy lifestyle management. The common wellness effects include improvements in physical aches and tension, balancing mood and calmness, controlling appetite, sharper thinking, and supporting restlessness, anxiety, and sleep.
Are Terpenes Safe for My Pet?
While we know that terpenes are in no way a cure-all for the unwanted symptoms and ailments our pets experience at times, they may provide great benefits for your pet. Terpenes occur in our everyday plants, fruits, and even spices, deeming them completely safe for our pets to consume.
Do Terpenes Get My Pet High?
While we know that hemp and marijuana both belong to the cannabis family, their biological profiles are very different. Hemp is known for an abundance of CBD (non-psychoactive), and marijuana is known for the THC (the part that is psychoactive, and what gets humans “high.”) Unlike certain phytocannabinoids, terpenes are not psychoactive. This means pet owners can safely administer terpene-rich hemp oil to their pets, without fear or concern.
The Entourage Effect
The interaction between terpenes and cannabinoids are what causes what is known as the entourage effect. Cannabinoids and terpenes work together synergistically to provide pain relief, anxiety relief, and reduction of inflammation among other benefits. That’s why it’s critical to ensure you are purchasing a high-quality, full-spectrum CBD tincture.
Types of Terpenes
We carefully selected and formulated the blend of terpenes with Cannabis Sativa seed oil to deliver the desired result.
Myrcene is a common terpene found in cannabis, and it can be found in other plants like wild thyme, hops, lemongrass, basil, and even mango. Myrcene has a musky-like scent, and it gives cannabis an earthy yet spicy, clove-like aroma.
D-Limonene is one of the most common terpenes found in nature. If your pets’ CBD oil has ever had a lemony or orangey citrus flavour, it’s most likely due to limonene. Studies have found that limonene from citrus oils helped promote a calming effect in study participants (in this case, mice).
D-Linalool has similar traits as myrcene, but they’re just not as potent. That said, linalool gives off a clean, fresh floral scent, with hints of citrus aroma. For a long time, lavender has been known for its mood enhancing and calming effects in animals – and the reason for this is because lavender contains linalool.
If your dog suffers from severe anxiety and irritability try this product today.