Pot for pooches? Medical cannabis being used to treat doggy anxiety
|Pot for pooches? Medical cannabis being used to treat doggy anxiety||Darrell Miller||01/26/17|
January 26, 2017 12:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Pot for pooches? Medical cannabis being used to treat doggy anxiety
With more and more states pushing to legalize cannabis more news is coming out about its health benefits. The latest news is a cannabidiol-based products is being used to treat dogs anxiety problems. The product can be used to treat "behavioural-based disorders such as anxiety and noise phobias, chronic pain, arthritis, and diabetes."
- Medical cannabis may have a strong calming effect on pets, dull chronic pain, and significantly improve their vibrancy and quality of life, according to Australian-listed medical cannabis company Creso Pharma.
- On Wednesday Creso, which is listed on the ASX and has local offices but is headquartered in Switzerland, announced it had received European Union health registration for two cannabidiol-based products – one for horses, the other for smaller animals such as cats or dogs.
- The products will contain cannabidiol, a chemical found within cannabis that does not have any psychoactive effects – so Fido won't get high.
"Cannabidiol are legally approved for use on animals so long as they are prescribed by a vet."