CBD Dog Treats

Dogs

A natural remedy and a food supplement that complement each other in their entirety to strengthen the health of your companion.

Ideal for older, stressed, scared or aggressive dogs!

  • Does your pet have problems with his locomotion system or his joints?
  • Is your pet scared or often stressed (e.g. during fireworks)?
  • Does your pet not have a lot of appetite and often not feeling well?
  • Is your pet struggling in the car or when he has to be alone at home?
  • Can your pet sometimes be aggressive towards other people?

Thanks to the positive properties of CBD, Cana Bones promotes well-being by supporting the immune system and the musculoskeletal system. It promotes a balanced behavior.

Thanks to https://www.holistapet.com/products/cbd-for-dogs/, Cana Bones can soothe, relax, reduce fear, anxiety and restore appetite. CBD also helps to re-establish well-being after physical exertion.

The amount of CBD in Cana Bones offers high quality bioavailability without chemical additives and side effects.

  • Cana Bones contains Cannabidiol which is extracted from industrial hemp (less than 1% THC)
  • Cana Bones does not contain artificial flavors, additives, preservatives and glutens
  • Each biscuit is handmade and baked with care
  • 100% food quality (mainly organic).
  • The Cana Bones brand is registered near the Agro scope food control

Interesting facts about the CBD     

CBD is an abbreviation for cannabidiol, the unique link found naturally in cannabis and hemp. Cannabis contains more than 80 cannabinoids and CBD is one.

Unlike THC, CBD is not psychoactive. Instead it has various medical properties and even in high doses it has no side effects. Taking CBD is not harmful to your dog.

Due to the facts that the CBD is not psychoactive, it is not part of the law on the consumption of drugs and is a legal complement. That means that it can be used like all other dietary supplements for support and health. Thanks to many very positive results, CBD is now gaining a lot of popularity among people but also among doctors they recommend it more and more. The CBD has established itself in natural medicine to combat much suffering in humans and animals where it can be used in the same way.

Anxiety                                              

Among other things, it is responsible for the anxiety solution in the brain by docking there at the responsible receptors. CBD is able to dock and act on the same receptors as serotonin. CBD has been proven to work wonders in people who suffer from anxiety. The good news is that seems to have the same effect on dogs.

  • Problems with joints or the musculoskeletal system

In many places in the body, the transmission of nerve impulses depends on so-called neurotransmitters. These messenger substances ensure that the impulses are transmitted from one nerve to another. In order for the nerves not to send signals continuously, in many places it also requires a certain signaling substance, which only allows the neurotransmitters to become active. CBD ensures that this signal in the blood is not degraded. The transmission of stimuli is thus simultaneously suppressed in many places in the body, which has a relaxing, anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect.

  • Loss of appetite

CBD can lead to an increase in appetite (e.g. in sick animals).

  • Nausea and vomiting

CBD has been proven to help relieve nausea and vomiting, as studies on humans and animals show.

CDB proves to be promising, harmless and natural medicine that can be used on many ailments in humans and dogs alike. Dogs can take CBD as good as you and me.

Why is this?

The reason why cannabinoids like CBD have such a profound effect on humans is the different cell receptor locations in our bodies. The system of these receptors is known as the endocannabinoid system. It occurs throughout the body (nervous system, brain, organ, connective tissue).

People are not the only species of go zings that house such an impressive and important system. In fact, all types of vertebrates have this endocannabinoid system.

Yes, that also applies to your dog