600mg Hemp Extract CBD Oil for Pets (30mL)
Our 600mg Hemp Extract CBD Oil for Pets contains between 10-20mg of pure CBD extract per serving (dosage is variable), depending on the weight of your pet, which generally leave them relaxed and blissful so they can enjoy their day.
With roughly 10-20mg of CBD extract per serving, this tincture falls into our pHAZE 1 (Meet our pHAZES) range of products.
All of our CBD products for pets are completely pet-safe, with all-natural ingredients and no THC.
So, why not give our pHAZE 1 600mg Hemp Extract CBD Oil for Pets a try today!
Medium Chain Triglyceride (MCT) Oil
Full Spectrum Hemp Extract
Hemp Seed Oil
Promote wellness across your pet’s whole body, by mixing the correct dosage for your pet’s weight with their wet food twice daily, or once every 4-8 hours as needed.
While there’s no scientific data on the side effects of CBD usage in animals, there are a few potential side effects such as dry mouth, lowered blood pressure, and slight drowsiness which can all be minimized if you ensure that you are following the correct dosage.
The suggested dosages for your pets are as follows:
|Pet Weight||Dose (mL)||CBD (mg)|
|< 50 lbs||0.5||10|
|51 – 75 lbs||0.75||15|
|76 – 100 lbs||1.00||20|
* >50lbs: 0.5 mL or 10mg of CBD per serving
* <51-75lbs: 0.75 mL or 15mg of CBD per serving
* <76-100lbs: 1.00 mL or 20mg of CBD per serving
Since this one bottle of tincture contains 600mg of CBD in total, there should be more than enough for between 60 and 30 servings, which should last your furry pal dealing with more moderate conditions between two weeks and one month.
However, it’s important to remember that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not yet approved CBD or issued a dosing chart. These are simply suggestions.
As with any medication or supplement that carries the risk of a reaction, it is always advisable, especially when giving your pet something new, to start out with minute amounts and then gradually increase, closely monitoring the effects. It’s also always vital to check with your veterinarian first.