Colorado State University has released fascinating new research about CBD oil and how it can be used to reduce the frequency of seizures in dogs. As this CBS news report says, "Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, has been shown to help children suffering with seizures, so it may be no surprise to learn that epileptic canines can benefit from the marijuana ingredient too." In the pilot study tried CBD for 16 dog patients, and nearly 90 per cent of them had fewer seizures when taking chicken-flavored oil, compared to about 20 per cent taking a placebo. While the number of participants is low, we've seen great results with our Health Drops and have plenty of testimonials from dog owners who swear by the product for their dogs with epilepsy. Check out the news report and if you think your epileptic dog can benefit from CBD, get in touch or try our Healthier Pet Health Drops.
CSU Presents Research On CBD Oil Used For Dogs
Updated: May 19, 2019