CBD (Cannabidiol) WARNING: Adverse Effects To Be Aware Of



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  1. Does yours have thc also? My girl has cancer and along with her new diet and your supplements and the ones you noted to add also, I need to give her a cbd tincture with thc. Can u recommend one if yours does not? We are starting chemo, her vet knows. She has lymphoma:( I want my girl to be comfortable as long as we have her with us bless her heart.

  2. Plz help.My dog 9 yrs 11kg had seizures yesterday.she went completely stiff for few minutes not even blinking her eyes n then she fell on one side n started paddling n kicking her legs.then again she had seizures.vet did blood test n prescribed phenobarbital 30mg twice daily life time.her blood reports suggest elevated ALT 108 n AST also little high n low Na+ 118.can phenobarbital b given n can low sodium levels lead to seizures?
    Can I give her CBD oil?if yes,then how much n when?plz tell.

  3. I have tried to talk to vet and even thou most states it's legal but not Ga. I want to try this for my dogs anxiety..She needs to chill she gets so shaky and upset over everything. What is your thoughts

  4. I tried Dr.Jones CBD by Nuleaf and Honest Paws CBD. Dr.Jones CBD wins hands down. Honest Paws does not do both Subcritical and Supercritical extraction. Therefore, using only Supercritical, Honest Paws is way less effective. Dr.Jones does both sub/super…..his product is also greenish/yellowish(and smells like a high grade reefer). Honest Paws is clear and smells like mint leaves; also tastes like mint coconut oil….not like actual CBD oil. Honest Paws uses MCT to carry their CBD(that's less effective). Dr.Jones uses hemp oil, that is way better carrier oil for CBD(not all dogs can tolerate coconut oil- my Rat terrier hates it). There it is, honest review from a pet parent. I paid with my own money for both CBD oils. Dec.30,2019

  5. Nov.21,2019…I just ordered some. I will come back to this comment and update/review my doxie's experience on this CBD oil by Dr.Jones. Background: My Dachshund is a 14 y.o. male with a level 4 heart murmur and now(apparently) some kind of internal abdominal pain(kind of Pancreatitis like). He doesn't have it but his blood test did show slightly elevated enzymes in his blood. So, they gave me a 14 day antibiotic(Flagyl) to use. Mind you, the vet gave him Rimadyl and Robaxin and Pepcid AC, all to help his pain. Anyways, other than that, my doxie is healthy as ever.
    Dec. 30,2019 …. I tried Dr.Jone's CBD and Honest Paws CBD on both myself and my Rat Terrier and my Doxie. ONLY Dr.Jone's by NuLeaf works!! I will never use anyone else's CBD oil again. His CBD worked immediately to relieve my pup's pain(Rat terrier is dealing with Mast Cell Tumor cancer and Doxie has heart murmur and occasional Pancreas pains and occasional back pain)

  6. I tried CBD oil for my dog's anxiety during thunderstorms and fireworks. It didn't seem to work. The CBD oil was specifically made for dogs, and from a reputable company. I gave her six drops, or three grams as recommended for a 17 lb dog. The bottle states It's 0.5 mg CBD per drop. The ingredients read: Fractionated Coconut Oil, Hemp Extract. Should I increase the dose? I would appreciate any recommendations. Thanks!

  7. I bought some for my dog and he threw up after I gave it to him…. I have used it for me for quite awhile now but my dog cant stomach it. He doesnt really need it … maybe when he get older

  8. I've been giving my little girl (12 yr old yorkie-poo) cbd oil for about 1.5 years now. Just brought her in for bad tooth extraction and discovered that her blood had thinned out to the point of affecting proper clotting, so I took her off cbd oil for a month for her blood to get back to normal and then proceeded with surgery. As with any medication a blood test every 6 months should be done-just to make sure blood, kidney and liver are functioning properly.

  9. Thanks for this. My dog has anxiety and allergy problems so he takes Apoquel, each evening. However, he also hates fireworks and I know some have given the CBD oil to their dogs to calm them, but I was afraid of a drug reaction so I didn't. Now may ask my vet about it. What do you think about Melatonin ? Would love a video on that.

  10. I was giving my diabetic dog CBD oils, over the last few mos. Before he passed away. He had nurophathy, he had pain. Feet and legs, also throat. The vet had him on nerontin and the side effects of that were too many. I was also giving him medical marijuana, very small doses. About 1mg THC daily, prn. He would be able to relax and finally rest. He ended up with laryngeal paralysis and it was progressive, very quickly progressed. He was 12 and diabetic, he'd gone blind, he had lost most muscle mass in his real legs. The THC gave him the chance to relax. However it was so progressive, and couldn't have surgery. I was blessed, so blessed that his vet does home visits, i just couldn't put him through going to the vet's office. It terrified him. We need more vets who will go to the pets home. I had always prayed he would just be able to pass in his sleep, peacefully. Then it occurred to me, that's exactly what would happen. But having a vet at your home, its just so much better calming, and not rushed, and that reassurance we all need, to be told we are doing what's best.

  11. Dr Jones ,I have tried your CBD i am pleased with it my dog gets really relaxed but still ready to play if prompted and no digestion issues . But Doc it is sooo tiny he finished it in 4 days are there bigger bottles for giant Dogs?

  12. I've put my CBD oil intake on hold. Same for my buddies. Been seeing allot of Fake CBD warnings . Product in package is NOT what's in the bottle. And since I just seen an add for some that I think I can trust I'm going to try what the Doc has just promoted.

  13. A lot of CBD products are inferior. This was proven by Dr Oz, who tested 5 different products. Most had ZERO or very little! Vitality Science has a Pet CBD oil you can trust

  14. After reading the comments PLEASE make sure the CBD oil used does not have artificial sweeteners!!! Ours is made with glycerine which is very palatable and safe for pets! The hemp oil should should work very well as a carrier. Just make sure it's Cold-pressed and free from anything other than marijuana and a SAFE carrier – period. NO other ingredients for the safest product. Make sure it has been tested and certified pure.

  15. Cold-pressed CBD oil should not have any of these side effects. If pot is heated then the psychotropic effects will be seen, so make sure it is COLD-pressed, not using any solvents! The amount of CBD oil should be minuscule, as it is not the amount, but the way it is absorbed. The best way to administer is on the gums or in the ear. 3 drops, 3x day will work for most issues. OR it can be applied topically to tumors and wounds.

  16. We did a toxicology on my dog back in March when he died, and they found large doses of CBD oil and his vomit sample. We don't know how he got into it because we never use it! 2 weeks before they said he was the healthiest golden retriever at the vet he was 9 years old. Please if you are thinking about giving your dog CBD oil please read the labels even the artificial sweeteners like Xylitol can kill a dog if you give them too much! He was also wobbly, He vomited and had diarrhea that night and died the next morning.

  17. Great informative video..thank you..my rescue has a bit of seperation anxiety so Im doing a bit of research (along with advice from her vet) about cbd..my furbaby tore the paint off our front door because we left to the store and she was not able to get into the window..(my daughter accidentally closed her room door causing our doggie to act out)

    She also crys whimpers and whines so sadly when I step outside and she has to stay in..she spends the majority of the day with me so shes not left home all the time by herself..I just cannot let her continue suffer like this without trying to find her some relief..any helpful advice welcome😊😊😊🐾🐾

  18. Hi there. Can this be put on food or in my dogs water bowl? Or does it have to go directly in the mouth? I have trouble putting droppers or syringes anywhere near his mouth, he doesn't like it…

  19. Thank you for sharing so much information with all of us! I hope you have a great vacation and hope your back gets better! I like to read everyone's comments and get their ideas as well. Sorry for those who have lost their loved ones 💔❤️💔

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