Ellevet Hemp CBD+CBDA Feline Oil

Proprietary Complete-Spectrum Cannabinoid & Terpene Support

  • Joint discomfort

  • Stress

  • Itching

  • Cognitive issues

  • Senior cat overall wellness

  • Palliative Care

  • Shaking

ElleVet Feline oil is a remarkably effective product for cats, and we are proud to have conducted a long term safety study to ensure that our product is safe for cats. We learned in our metabolic testing that cats require a higher dose per kg than dogs, so while the oil in our feline product is the same as the oil for dogs, the dosing is specific for cats. Cats respond incredibly well to the oil, but many cats find the taste and smell of our oil to be challenging. We recommend that cat owners utilize the empty capsules that we include and hide the capsule in a treat. Feline oil has a potency of 70 mg/ml CBD + CBDA.

Easy dose oral syringe included in every order.

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Some customers like to use empty capsules to assist with dosing. If you would like to add a pack of empty capsules to your order, please select the size below. (One pack contain approximately 60 capsules.)

Let’s talk about the
PROVEN SCIENCE
behind all ElleVet products!

ElleVet Feline Oil
Weight Amount
Up to 10lbs 0.10ml AM & PM
11lbs up to 15lbs 0.20ml AM & PM
Give orally or in the food twice daily, morning and evening according to weight. A third dose can be given 4-6 hours apart, if needed for additional relief, How to use the syringe in 3 easy steps:
  • 1. Insert the provided syringe into your ElleVet Complete Oil adapter.
  • 2. Flip the bottle and syringe upside down and let the air pocket settle.
  • 3. Use the weight chart to determine your pet’s dose. Draw the syringe body down to needed amount.
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: ElleVet™ Proprietary Complete-Spectrum Cannabinoids Blend
FAQ

How should I store my oil?

ElleVet oil does not need to be refrigerated but should be stored in a cool, dark place, out of direct sunlight.

What if my cat eats more than they should?

Generally, side effects are minimal, even if your cat eats the whole bottle. If they do eat more than recommended they may be sleepy and/or have soft stools. If your cat does eat the whole bag or bottle, it is always a good idea to call your veterinarian or call us.

What is the strength / potency of your oil?

Our oil has 70 mg of cannabinoids per ml of oil. Approximately 90% of those cannabinoids are CBD and CBDA and the rest are smaller but important cannabinoids. There is a full spectrum of cannabinoids and terpenes present in our oil.

What does Proprietary Complete-Spectrum Cannabinoids Blend mean?

This means that the hemp we use is a strain developed specifically for us and grown just for us. No one else uses the same hemp we do and ours is the only hemp proven to work. Our oil is called complete spectrum because it contains all the cannabinoids and compounds available in the plant which all work together for the greatest effect.

How do I administer the oil?

ElleVet CBD+CBDA oil can be placed directly into your cats mouth, onto their food or a treat, or placed inside a capsule (which are free to add to your order). Soft Gels are a great alternative if your cat does not like the taste or smell of the oil or you find it difficult to fill the capsules.

How often should my cat take the oil?

Based on our research on how cats metabolize our product, twice a day dosing, everyday, is needed for the best effect. Spacing the dosing 8-12 hours apart is what we recommend, and taking with food can improve absorption.

I have been using mobility oil for my cat but only see complete oil now, is mobility oil still available?

It is! We renamed the Mobility oil and now call it Complete Oil. The reason for this is because the oil is so effective for multiple issues, that the name Complete is more accurate.

The Value of Science

ElleVet Leads The Way in Science and Research
Published CBD + CBDA Studies Conducted by ElleVet Sciences

 

Table of Contents

How Science has Shaped ElleVet Products

Science at Work

Why Dosing is so Important

Our Ongoing Research & The Future of CBD + CBDA

The Value of Science

We often say, our products are based on science and data, or everything we do is backed by science, but what does that really mean? It sounds important but it can be hard to relate science and data directly to a pet that is suffering from joint discomfort or a rescue dog who is paralyzed by stress. Science is the heart of what we do, and we never lose sight of the goal of learning for the benefit of pets. Our focus as a company, and the motto that we live by, is “Do what is right for animals and do what is right for our customers.” This motto helps us decide on every research project we undertake.

How Science has Shaped ElleVet Products

Back in 2016 we had what we thought was a great product, but we didn’t know for sure. We spent a year talking to experts in biochemistry, in CBD, in chemistry and to expert growers. We used the information to determine the exact strains of hemp we wanted to use, the formula for our product, and the extraction method. Our careful research allowed us to decide to use 50% CBDA right from the beginning. We were the only company to do this, and now, 5 years later, we have done even more research proving how important that decision was and proving the benefits of CBDA in pets.

Science at Work

Using our specific strain and 50% CBDA made our first clinical trial with Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine an incredible success. To put that a different way, all the dogs in this trial were very old with severe joint discomfort. Several were euthanasia candidates, and this trial was the last ditch effort to help them. Over 80% of these dogs had a dramatic improvement, and one of dogs who was scheduled for euthanasia before the trial lived another 2 years with a great quality of life. That is science at work!

No other company has been able to achieve the success that we have, and to date, no other company has had a successful clinical trial.

Why Dosing is so Important.

Science has also been the reason for our accurate dosing, so let’s talk about dosing.
To put this in perspective, ¼ an aspirin will not help your headache, but an accurate dose will give you relief. The same goes for hemp- the right dose of CBD is needed to help your pet. ElleVet has conducted multiple pharmacokinetic studies and these studies help us learn how different species metabolize our CBD and CBDA, how long it stays in their body and how it is absorbed. With this information, we have been able to determine the best dose for different issues. We know that twice a day dosing is essential for the best effect, and that cats require a higher dose that dogs do. We know that itching and stress require a higher dose than joint discomfort. This knowledge also helped us to create our Calm and Comfort situational use chews for urgent or high stress situations, and that has helped dogs who experience traumatic levels of stress during thunderstorms or veterinary visits, or separation.

Our Ongoing Research & The Future of CBD + CBDA

We currently have 30 different research projects ongoing, in many different areas, and all of them are laser focused on creating new products to help pets, understanding the endocannabinoid system, and learning more about the lesser-known cannabinoids and how they can help pets in different ways. It’s exciting to be at the forefront of a developing industry and we are proud to have led the way in scientific advances. We have been able to partner with Cornell, University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, Washington State, and many other respected institutions so we can share our knowledge and learn from the best. Together with many of the best veterinarians in the country we are raising the bar on CBD + CBDA products, helping hundreds of thousands of pets, and making the world a better place for animals.

Why Hemp CBD?

Table of Contents

Choosing the Right Hemp

The Endocannabinoid System (ECS)

The Functions of the Endocannabinoid System

Cannabinoid Receptors

Terpenes

How ElleVet CBD + CBDA Helps Your Pet

Choosing the right hemp

There are any number of products available that have been developed to help pets, and it can be hard to decide which is going to help your pet the most and which is the safest. It comes down to those two criteria and often a pet owner has to make the difficult choice of help over safety. We are changing this, so pets and pet parents can have both safety and extraordinary results.

Hemp CBD + CBDA has made a profound impact on veterinary medicine in the past 5 years and has changed the way veterinarians and pet parents think about managing discomfort, stress, itching, cognition, tremors, and many other issues.   Becoming the first line of defense is what we at ElleVet have as a goal, so that pets can receive the benefit and safety of hemp CBD + CBDA first, and not as a last ditch effort.  We have proven that our CBD + CBDA product works better than so many other, traditional options, and is extremely safe for pets.  We hope ElleVet will soon become the first product that veterinarians reach for, and we believe our research and understanding of cannabinoids and the Endocannabinoid System will help us create better and better products for pets.

The Endocannabinoid System

The endocannabinoid system (ECS)is an important system in the body of every mammal. The ECS is one of the largest receptor system in the body.  It functions both as an immunomodulatory and a neuromodulatory system and is essential for stress recovery as well as maintaining homeostasis in the body, or making sure everything is in balance. There is virtually no physiological or cognitive process that isn’t related in some manner to the ECS.  The ECS is composed of endogenous lipid based signaling molecules which bind to cannabinoid receptors.  The body has many important systems that appear to be affected by “endocannabioid tone” with the most work being done at understanding the endocannabinoids in the central nervous system and the immune systems. Somehow, the endocannabinoid system was unknown, overlooked, and generally not a part of medical or veterinary school curriculum due to a lack of research in clinical patients, which explains why healthcare providers have not taken advantage of the vital role cannabinoids play in maintaining balance in the body.  Simply put, whatever is out of balance, whether it be itching, an inflammatory response, discomfort, cognitive issues, the endocannabinoid system’s job is to address the imbalance and get back to normal. There is still much to be learned about the ECS and the full extent of its role, but understanding the function of the ECS is needed to understand how cannabinoids help to maintain a healthy body and mind.  There are 3 parts to the ECS, which are endocannabinoids make by cells of the body, the receptors that these endocannabinoids bind to and the enzymes that make and degrade these endocannabinoids in the body.

The Functions of the Endocannabinoid System

Perception of discomfort.

The body has a central nervous system and a peripheral nervous system which release excitatory and inhibitory neurotransmitters signaling discomfort, tremors and spasticity.  Often when imbalanced there is a preponderance of excitatory neurotransmitter release. The ECS is able to re-balance the release of these excitatory transmissions and therefore reduces the body’s responses.  This is helpful to understand why certain conditions involving spasms respond favorably to cannabinoids.

Inflammatory response

The Endocannabinoid System is able to modulate the inflammatory response by down regulating the production of inflammatory proteins and chemotaxis of inflammatory cytokines by macrophages or mast cells (for example).  Modulating the inflammatory response is important in controlling conditions from joint discomfort to allergic reactions, and countless other circumstances.

Cannabinoids and the Endocannabinoid System

Cannabinoid receptors are G coupled protein receptors found throughout the body and brain, and cannabinoids, particularly the exogenous hemp derived cannabinoid THC will bind with and stimulate these receptors.  The body produces its own cannabinoids, called endocannabinoids, which are the endogenous lipids, anandamide and 2-AG are the primary endocannabinoids Anandamide is also known as the bliss molecule, and these are ligands for the cannabinoid receptors and will activate the receptors in order to maintain tight control of bodily functions.  One example might be that when a body is overheated and sweating begins, that is the ECS regulating temperature.  When Phyto cannabinoids, or cannabinoids from a plant such as hemp, are added, it is bringing in extra help to regulate and rein in whatever is out of balance by further activating the appropriate cannabinoid receptors.  Interestingly, only the proper receptors are activated to address the specific issue, such as overheating, and other functions in the body are not subjected to over stimulation.   This is helpful in understanding how CBD products such as ElleVet, can address multiple issues such as discomfort, stress or cognitive issues.

Cannabinoid Receptors

There are several receptors involved with the ECS, the most well-known of which are CB1 and CB2 receptors, but the TRPV1, GPR55 and PPAR though not traditionally thought to be part of the endocannabinoid system, but are intimately involved in regulation of the endocannabinoid system and are often considered part of the ECS receptor system.  As a whole they are referred to as the endocannabinoidome.  The activation of the endocannabinoidome protects the body from a wide variety of imbalances.

CB1 Receptor

The CB1 receptors are prevalent in the brain but can also be found in organs and tissues in the entire body. Activating the CB1 receptor is important as it suppresses neuronal excitability and the reduction of neurotransmitter release.  It regulates processes such as those associated with inflammation, discomfort, memory, and appetite.  CB1 receptor signaling is thought to be important in extinction of aversive memories.

CB2

CB2 receptors are expressed in the immune system, the gastrointestinal system and blood cells. They appear to mediate cytokine release and perform immunomodulatory functions.  When these are activated, they are effective at managing neuropathic discomfort, peripheral inflammatory responses and sensitization.

TRPV

TRPV (transient receptor potential) or vanilloid receptors are primarily located in the nociceptive neurons of the peripheral nervous system and regulates body temperature and has an important role in pain signaling.

PPAR

PPAR (peroxisome proliferation activation receptors) are a unique receptor found primarily in immune cells that are very sensitive to CBD and CBDA.  When activated these receptors can help down regulate inflammatory cytokines which are a significant part of regulation of the immune response of certain white blood cells involved in the inflammatory response.

Enzymes

The third component of the ECS, along with endocannabinoids and receptors, are enzymes.  Enzymes function to breakdown Anandamide and 2-AG so that overstimulation of the receptors does not occur, therefore assisting in maintaining balance.  However, CBD, or cannabidiol can inhibit anandamide breakdown by inhibiting the enzyme FAAH, or fatty acid amidohydrolase, which in turn can prolong and enhance its positive effects.

ECS Tone

ECS tone is essentially the baseline level of endocannabinoids (anandamide and 2-AG) in the body and the density and functioning of the cannabinoid receptors.  When an ECS is working optimally, the body is in a state of physical and emotional balance, and when it is overactive or underactive, and therefore out of balance, the body reacts accordingly.  An overactive ECS could manifest in inflammation, obesity, or diabetes.  An underactive ECS can manifest as more severe IBS, migraines, or mood imbalance for example.  Therefore the tone, or the baseline state of health and balance of the ECS itself is a key to good health and wellbeing, and has become a subject of great interest in terms of both addressing existing issues and boosting healthy “ECS tone” with daily intake of cannabinoids.

CBD and ECS Tone Support

In theory, taking CBD + CBDA daily would exercise the ECS and help create a healthy baseline or tone.  Physical exercise and other positive lifestyle choices are thought to boost ECS tone, and it would make sense that taking CBD daily would achieve the same type of effect.  Daily CBD as a prophylactic measure is gaining popularity as the idea of helping the ECS to prevent conditions before they manifest is appealing.  It is an area of great potential although further research is needed to determine the efficacy of this approach and the appropriate dosing.  Would putting a younger dog on a moderate dose of CBD + CBDA daily help to keep them happy and healthy longer?  Many pet owners believe so and any young dog with stress or itching that use CBD + CBDA already could see long term benefits in other areas which is an exciting new avenue of exploration in veterinary medicine.

Terpenes

Terpenes are compounds found in hemp along with cannabinoids. Terpenes are mainly known for their scent, as they are what causes the distinctive hemp smell, although they are also responsible for other scents like lavender, hops, citrus, or pine.  However, terpenes contribute more to hemp than just smell.  They have potential anti-inflammatory properties, calming properties and can aid in sleep, respiration, and many other areas, so they are an important part of a full spectrum CBD + CBDA product.   A good product will have a robust terpene profile, and the terpenes and cannabinoids work together in a synergistic way called the entourage effect.  The entourage effect is essentially that each individual part is enhanced by the sum of the parts.  Some of the most abundant terpenes are

  • Myrcene– the terpene usually presents in the largest quantity; it is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. It is also volatile, and care needs to be taken during the extraction process so that it doesn’t evaporate.
  • Limonene– as the name indicated, it has a lemony smell and is often used in cleaning or cosmetic products. It is known for its calming properties.
  • Alpha pinene– a pine tree smell and known for anti-inflammatory properties and for respiratory relief
  • Beta caryophyllene-a peppery smell, this terpene is known for anti-stress and anti-inflammatory properties
  • Humulene-an earthy smell and is also found in hops. This is thought to aid in memory and memory retention.
  • Linalool– this terpene is best known for its hemp smell and is also known for its calming and sedative properties

Terpenes are an important part of a good CBD + CBDA product and a strong smell, even if your pet might not appreciate it, can indicate a high quality product!  Currently, we have little evidence that the amounts found in CBD products have true clinical effects, but more importantly, besides the potential entourage effects, these terpenes act as natural antioxidants in our products to help with maintaining long shelf life of our products.

How ElleVet CBD + CBDA helps your pet

There are complex explanations about the Endocannabinoid System, about the different components of the ECS and how your pets body responds to CBD, and many other scientific explanations regarding the use of CBD + CBDA.  As a pet owner, what you really want to know if CBD + CBDA is going to work for your pet, if is safe for your pet and why it should be the product that you choose over all the other options.

When your senior pet is uncomfortable due to age related joint issues, mental decline and also has musculoskeletal problems like tremors you know your dog is uncomfortable and not experiencing a good quality of life.   His endocannabinoid system is trying to address these issues and bring his body back to a state of comfort and balance but is unable to achieve this.  You go to your veterinarian to discuss options to make your pet comfortable and happy, and she might suggest several different products to address his multiple issues, which come with potentially serious side effects and may or may not work.  Your veterinarian also suggests taking ElleVet full spectrum CBD + CBDA which has been proven safe and proven to work in clinical trials. You decide to give your pet our recommended dose.  Immediately the CBD + CBDA activates the ECS receptors in his body and his ECS is now able to lessen the perception of discomfort, lessen the excitatory process that causes tremors, improve mental acuity and able to down regulate the inflammatory response so your pet feels much better. This all occurs so quickly that in a matter of 2-5 days you see a noticeable improvement in comfort, in happiness and overall quality of life without side effects.  It’s science, it’s not magic, and your dog is suddenly bounding up the stairs or brings an old toy out to play that you have not seen in years.  This is because we have spent nearly 5 years on research to make sure your dog is getting the optimal dose, proper frequency of administration and combination of cannabinoids and terpenes to give your dog a happy and healthy life, because we think all pets deserve the best.

Reviews

16 Reviews

  1. Alicia Rated 1 out of 5

    I recommended this product to my aunt for her elderly cat and cat won’t touch the food anymore if it is in it. The capsules are not an option because it’s unrealistic for her to pill a cat without getting injured. Any suggestions?

  2. Tom Rated 5 out of 5

    I just ordered more Feline Oil. My oldest cat was bedridden , getting up just for food and attempts to reach the litter box. Within a week he was walking around. Now he can be confused in any room of the house!

    I understand the issue of taste I see in other reviews. One of the younger cats wanted to know what the old guy was getting so I rubbed a drop onto his gums. He did not like that at all.

    As the old cat was already getting salmon oil, I just mix the Feline Oil with the salmon oil so it is well disguised.

  3. Kierstin Martin Rated 4 out of 5

    I think I’ve figured out the missing link here guys. This stuff I d think was ever made to be given directly/mixed in food. B I was discouraged by that however!! Capsules! You can put it in a capsule and administer it to your cat splendidly. The company sent me some capsules. I felt they were too big for my cat so I cut them down some and put the oil in it. I popped the capsule in one of the greenies pill pockets (cheese and tuna flavor) and my picky siamese gulped it right down. Since then I’ve also tried this approach with size 4 or 5 pill capsules and have had equal success. They’re small enough that you can manually administer it if need be too. This approach has entirely bypassed the foaming at the mouth etc that was happening when trying to give it to my kitty in other ways and she’s reaping the benefits from the oil. I would strongly recommend trying the capsule method before giving up. This oil does seem to work better than other brands I’ve tried.

  4. Vivian Rated 5 out of 5

    My 17-year-old man is eating better and ore active since I started giving him the Ellevet CBD oil. I give it in the capsules because it does smell–and probably taste–really acrid. I can’t imagine a cat that would eat this mixed into food. The capsules slide down easily, especially if I wet them slightly first, and I can put all his other meds in as well, which is a huge plus. Very happy with this product!

  5. Jennifer Rated 5 out of 5

    I recently ordered your product for two cats with wildly different issues. We’ve only been using the oil for three weeks, so I’m not able to give a true review as to its effectiveness. I will say that the four year old has stopped self-mutilating- we were on the verge of amputation, so this is a huge relief. The 14 year old is a more complicated case, but I think the oil is helpful for him in improving comfort. Mainly I wanted to say that I really appreciate your company’s honesty and integrity. I’m always a bit iffy about products of this kind. Many companies claim their CBD oil completely cures everything from cancer to the common cold. You are upfront about the possible benefits without making wild claims. You are also upfront about the taste factor. The provided gel capsules made it easy for me to give both cats the oil and I’ve had no issues getting them to accept their daily pills. I don’t think they would be willing to take it as a straight oil, even mixed in food, and again I’m impressed that you admit the taste is an obstacle. When I spoke to my vet about CBD oil she recommended Ellevet specifically. Like me she is a more skeptical sort, but she attended a presentation from a representative and was impressed.

  6. Debbie Rated 5 out of 5

    The change in my 19 year old cat is vividly clear. She was beginning to barely move and her hind legs struggled to hold her up. After 30 days she’s jumping up on chairs and tables, standing upright to scratch the couch, and basically being an entitled old lady with the mobility of a middle aged cat. I’m only interested in quality of life care in my cats waning years, and this product absolutely has helped my cat be her best self and enjoy life again in a new light. Pro tips I definitely had to mask the drops in a tasty sauce to get her to eat it. Also, i adjusted the dose to 2 drops, twice a day. She was getting too wild on the suggested dosing of 4 drops, twice a day.

  7. jean cleary Rated 5 out of 5

    my 20 year old Siamese cat would just wait to be served food, water, given attention all from one chair near her picture window. I started giving her ellevet for cats and wow, she now tours all 3 floors of the house again and is having a great time! Its nice to have her jump up on the couch or bed to join me! I put the oil on her paws and rub it in. Sometimes I use alittle (very dry) swipe on her inner ears. I have been doing this to her for 5 months and the benefits to her have been incredible.

  8. Alyssa Rated 5 out of 5

    This really has helped Candy tremendously. She is jumping up on the bed & couch again, walking and running for being 19 years old! Before I put her on cannabis, I found her in her bed, unable to move and urined on her self, but as soon as I had her on cannabis, within a day, you can see the difference in her behavior.

  9. Sylvia (verified owner) Rated 5 out of 5

    My 16-years-old orange tabby has some discomfort and has been less active and reclusive. My vet clinic said there are limited long-term medication options for this, but said that it would be fine if I wanted to try CBD oil. When I ordered it, I was cautiously hopeful. Based on my own online reading, sometimes I read that it may take weeks for cats to respond to the benefits. To my surprised delight, within two days, my old tabby started to show obvious improvements to his mobility, behavior, and activity level. His appetite is good, he comes out and about more. Thank you!

  10. Michelle Vuckovich (verified owner) Rated 2 out of 5

    Helps our geriatric cat sleep through the night.

  11. russell.kathy (verified owner) Rated 5 out of 5

    We have a semi-feral cat who is loving and sweet until you try to clip his nails or put him in the carrier to go to the vet. Out of desperation, I tried Feline CBD oil and planned to trim his nails. Much to my surprise, it worked! He was still a bit resistant, but nowhere near what he normally is. This is a keeper for our cat. Thank you to Customer Service for helping me with this purchase. A+ all around.

  12. KS Rated 5 out of 5

    My 12 yr old wobbly cat has some discomfort and bad knees. In the last year, he has decided plopping on the floor for hours instead of walking around the house was easier. I started Ellevet at 1/2 dose and, within a month, he has stood on his back legs with bad knees to scratch the cat tree as well as do little sprints across the room (before his wobbly-ness tips him over which is normal). I’m very impressed! He’s also very afraid of storms and fireworks. I gave the recommended full dose 3x a day for a couple of days over the July 4th holiday. He normally trembles, cries, and wets himself with storms and fireworks. He slept right through them! I chose Ellevet because my vet went through a lot of research to find a safe product they felt comfortable recommending.

  13. Nadine Molloy Rated 5 out of 5

    On November 20, 2020 I rescued a cat that was dumped outside. This cat had been outside alone fending for itself for a long time, it was starved (literally fur covered bones). I scooped him up and took him home to nurse him back to health.
    I named him Phoenix because from these ashes he will rise!! My Vet estimated he is between 8 and 12 years old. As I have been working to return him to health and his glory I noticed some issues with moving around and tipping over when in the litter box . My Vet, Dr. Matt Fortin, was able to diagnose joint issues in back legs and right front leg. He started Phoneix on ElleVet Feline Oil twice a day. It has been a week and I can already see improvements – he is walking better and no longer tipping over when in the litter box. ElleVet is critical to his recovery and return to a healthy, happy and loved cat. Phoenix has his own Facebook Group if anyone would like to follow his progress, Phoenix RISING.

  14. Leah Rated 5 out of 5

    I used this on my cat that had some back discomfort along with acupuncture and the two together worked amazing. Thanks so much for an amazing product!!!

  15. Anne (verified owner) Rated 5 out of 5

    My cat was hesitant about his food the first day or so, but after that he ate it like normal. I’ve been able to reduce his other treatments since he started using the oil.

  16. Gia (verified owner) Rated 5 out of 5

    A friend of mine, who happens to be my veterinarian, recommended this product. I’ve worked in the animal field for seven years so I am familiar with an array of supplements. My six year old cat had discomfort in her knee and hips. However, even with a different joint supplement, she rarely jumped, slept most of the day, ate only to sustain herself, and hid quite often. Two days after giving her the CBD (once daily) she started to socialize, she cried for food, she played like she was a kitten again and she explored the house. I’m thrilled with the improvement and am thankful beyond words.

    Side Note: For those with multiple cats, or pets who will not eat the food with the CBD oil mixed – I shoot the oil directly into her mouth every morning. That way I know she gets the complete dose. It does not cause any effects like excessive drooling, and the syringe is small enough not to be a hassle.

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