FAQ

CBD or Cannabidiol is one of over 80 cannabinoid compounds found in the cannabis/hemp plant. It is a completely natural, plant-based compound that is non-toxic, non-psychoactive, and does not produce a so-called “high.” CBD shows promise and continues to be the spotlight of many controlled studies and clinical trials in its use for conditions such as, but not limited to: seizures, pain, anxiety, cancer, chronic inflammation, a suppressed immune system and more. CBD strives to maintain balance at a cellular level.

As mammals, all dogs, cats, horses, and humans have what is called an Endocannabinoid System (ECS). This system contains receptors which when bound to create and modulate an immune system response, can have a profound effect on the nervous system and many common illnesses that plague both us and our furry family members. Therefore, CBD’s properties are great for preventative health measures, as well as a great way to enhance overall quality of life and health. However, simultaneously are very effective when treating inflammatory and neurological conditions that have already set in.

What is great about CBD is that by modulating the immune system it can aid in all aspects of health. With that said, modern medicine has been referring to CBD for its continuously positive effects on conditions such as, epilepsy (seizures of all kinds), pain, anxiety, and both local and general inflammation. Other recommended uses for Project Pets CBD include: seizure control, arthritis, nausea, and loss of appetite.

It is legal to purchase and possess in all 50 states and many countries around the world.

The United States Court of Appeal for the Ninth Circuit in Hemp Industries Assn., v. Drug Enforcement Admin., 357 F.3d 1012 (9th Cir. 2004), recognized that “non-psychoactive hemp [that] is derived from
the ‘mature stalks’ or is ‘oil and cake made from the seeds’ of the Cannabis plant, …fits within the plainly stated exception to the CSA definition of marijuana.” Id. at 1017.

Industrial hemp is legal to import under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). Since 1937, the federal statute controlling marijuana has excluded the stalk, fiber, oil, and sterilized seed of the plant Cannabis
sativa L., commonly known as hemp, from the definition of “marijuana”.

Administer the dose once a day and take notes of how your pet is responding. Monitor the signs and symptoms over a few days to weeks' time. Make adjustments based on your pets response.

Our monthly subscription allows you to comfortable know when you will get your bottle. 

The benefits include a heavily discounted rate and 10% donated to our monthly animal care charity.