PawMatrix 250 Pet Extract - Zero THC
- Zero THC
- Broad Spectrum and not an Isolate
- Whole Plant
- Organically grown
- 100 % Colorado USA Hemp Oil
- Pesticide, heavy metal, solvent Free
- Formulated with Omega 6 fatty acid-rich grapeseed oil
- 3rd party independent lab-quality reports provided for all products
Our Pet extract features a nutritional profile that compliments the dietary requirements of many pet animals. Our broad-spectrum Pet Extract CBD oil boasts essential nutrients such as vitamins A, B12, C, E, potassium, calcium, and phosphorus. And as a result of our formula of hemp oil and grape seed oil, you can be sure your pet is getting a healthy supply of Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids.
How to use – Start out with 5-6 drops per day, added to pet food or inside of pets mouth. Take note of the results and after about a week slowly increase the number of drops per day, again take note of the effects. Arriving at the right daily dose for your individual pet takes time and experimentation.
30 full droppers per bottle
8.33 mg. CBD per dropper
Keep at room temperature and away from direct sunlight
Why Use CBD For My Pet -
CBD is a natural remedy for pets that is becoming very popular. Early research suggests that cannabidiol (CBD) may help pets stay calmer and also helps reduce their joint aches as they age. Many of our customers report that their pets are much calmer after taking CBD.
Are There Any Side Effects?
The side effects of using CBD in animals are very similar to those experienced by humans. The most common issues include changes to appetite, fatigue, and diarrhea. Typically, the higher the CBD dose you give to your pet, the more likely they will have side effects. In most cases, it is not necessary to treat these reactions, as they are generally pretty mild or get better with time. Worst case scenario is your dog may have to "sleep off" the effects of CBD. If these side effects don’t get any better or become more severe, you should contact your pet’s veterinarian. According to studies, Pet CBD generally does not cause any long-term detriments, Similar to humans taking CBD oil.
Will My Pet Get High?
As mentioned earlier, CBD does not cause a “high” or euphoric feeling. If your pet looks like they could be “high” after their dose, there is another reason why this might be happening. Before purchasing any CBD product, carefully read the label for specific information about its contents. If the product is described as “full-spectrum,” this means the product may have up to 0.3% THC in the product — the legal limit according to the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018. This seemingly small amount could be enough to cause this side effect in your pet, especially if they are extra sensitive to it. All CalmWay's Pawmatrix CBD pet products are "zero THC" and not "Full Spectrum", so your pet will never get high with our products.
What Is The Proper Dosage For Pet CBD?
While there is no one-size-fits-all dosage for CBD oil, a general guideline to follow is that Pets can take about 1 to 7 mg. of CBD per 10 pounds of body weight daily, with the higher dosage being for more severe health issues. Start low and go slow. It also may help to split the amount in half and give your pet 1/2 in the morning and 1/2 in the afternoon, for example, as always, monitor your pet and use that as your guide. You can increase the amount based on how it's affecting them until the desired results are achieved while monitoring closely to avoid adverse events. Finding the perfect balance of CBD for your dog may take a little while. If you do not see results, increase the dosage slightly and stick to it for a few days. On the other hand, if there are side effects like diarrhea that have been noticed after taking more CBD than usual, then lower down back to what was working before! By following the dosage guidelines above and reading your pet's reaction, you will soon find out the optimum dosage for your pet.
How Can I tell If CBD Is Helping My Pet?
Because our pets cannot tell us whether they are feeling better, the most reliable way to tell if CBD is working is to watch them and their behaviors. After giving a dose of CBD, keep a close eye on your pet to see if their symptoms seem to be improving or not. Depending on the condition your pet has, symptom relief may happen in as soon as 30 minutes or take up to a few weeks of consistent use.
CBD impacts every animal differently.
Is CBD Right For My Pet?
Since there haven’t been many studies done on using CBD in animals, after doing your own research, If you still have questions about CBD for your pet, it would be beneficial to discuss whether it is a good choice for your pet with a veterinarian who has experience with CBD.
What Is CBD Oil?
Hemp CBD oil is the liquid that is extracted from hemp plants. Industrial hemp is a plant that has been used for centuries to create products such as clothes and rope. Hemp plants also produce a compound called
cannabidiol or CBD which can be extracted from the resinous substance found in its stalks, stems, and flowers. One of the main reasons why so many people are interested in CBD is because it does not have
intoxicating effects like THC but still produces many potential
health benefits. CBD is concentrated heavier in hemp plants but is also present in cannabis plants. In hemp, THC averages 0.3% or less.
How Do I Use CBD Oil?
One of the great things about CBD tinctures is that you don't have to only hold the liquid under your tongue for a minute and swallow it. There are dozens of ways that you can use a CBD tincture – even topically. Some additional methods for using tinctures include: in cold sauces, in salad dressings, mixed with lotion, made into a facial scrub, added to bathwater, added to a humidifier, mixed with essential oils in a diffuser, or added to food/beverages.
How Much CBD Should I Take?
Every person has an individual ideal dose of CBD. Many factors influence the way your body responds to CBD. A serving size that works well for someone else could be much more, or much less, than the amount of CBD that's right for you. We do find that most people are using 20-60 mg of CBD per day.
Will CBD Get Me High?
CBD is one of many non-intoxicating cannabinoids, meaning – no matter how much you use, you won't get high from CBD.