If your pet suffers from skin issues or joint or muscle discomfort, you know it can be a struggle to provide them with relief. Choosing a product containing both topical and internal benefits can be advantageous.
Treatibles Topical Cream is easy to apply. Simply place a small amount on the affected area, on the tip of a pet’s ear, or on a hairless area of the pet’s body and rub gently. This product is intended for external use only.
Before Treatibles Topical Cream and after Treatibles Topical Cream:
“We strive to provide the most beneficial ingredient profile in all of our products,” said Julianna Carella, Founder and CEO of Treatibles. “As we developed the Topical Cream, absorption was a key element. DMI is a natural dermal penetrant that enables cannabidiol (CBD) and other key cannabinoids to be more easily absorbed into the skin. We also chose to include MSM, which not only supports joints, it can also increase the production of collagen and reduce redness from skin irritations.”
That is why Treatibles developed a Topical Cream especially for cats and dogs that is rich in dermal penetrating ingredients for maximum absorption.
While there’s no definitive scientific data on using CBD to treat dogs, there’s anecdotal evidence from dog owners suggesting it can treat pain, especially neuropathic pain, as well as helping to control seizures.
While there’s no scientific data on the side effects of CBD usage for dogs, there are potential side effects based on how CBD affects humans. To minimize any potential side effects, make sure you are following the proper dosage.
What Dog Health Problems Can CBD Oil Treat?
Why are we hearing so much about CBD oil now? Dr. Klein points to the legalization of marijuana in many places, which has triggered interest in potential health benefits of marijuana-related products. “We are likely to see continued interest in CBD and an increase in research about its uses and efficacy in the coming years,” he says.
The AKC’s Chief Veterinary Officer, Dr. Jerry Klein, explains what CBD oil is, what it does for dogs, and its safety concerns and potential side effects.
Currently, there has been no formal study on how CBD affects dogs. What scientists do know is that cannabinoids interact with the endocannabinoid receptors located in the central and peripheral nervous systems, which help maintain balance in the body and keep it in a normal healthy state.