Frequently Asked Questions
What is CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a hemp extract that can help to regulate mood, sleep, anxiety and general wellbeing. CBD interacts with the body’s endocannabinoid system, binding to the CB1 in the brain and can positively affect and regulate stress and related ailments. It also interacts with the CB2 receptors of the immune system and can help to develop and regulate neural health and physiological homeostasis.
Is CBD good for dogs?
We all know that our furry friends are a member of the family, and their wellbeing is at the heart of many of our decisions. Thankfully, our canine pal’s also possess an endocannabinoid system, and CBD can work the same way it does in humans.
By interacting with the endocannabinoid system, CBD for dogs- like that found in ECS Brands Scooba Snacks- can help to regulate energy and mood in our furry friends, and is particularly effective in minimizing separation anxiety. It can also be used to improve general mobility and reduce inflammation, whilst also minimizing the effects of aging on joints and muscular dystrophy.
Is CBD for dogs different from CBD for humans?
The CBD extracts used in ECS brands Scooba Snacks are the same quality and purity that are used in our CBD products for humans. They are a whole plant extract, offering a range of cannabinoids to provide for a full-spectrum health benefit. The primary difference between ECS brands products for humans compared to those suited to dogs is the dosage. It is recommended that a large dog consume 1/2/3/etc…
Will CBD get my dog ‘high?’
ECS Brand’s extracts are from the hemp plant, which provides a broad spectrum of cannabinoids whilst being naturally low in THC.
Similar to our products for humans, these extracts are then purified to ensure that any traces of THC have been removed, making sure they’re safe for your puppy pal’s as well!
How much CBD does my dog need?
The correct dosage really depends on the size of your dog. Scooba Snacks are available with X amount of CBD per snack. If you have a medium to large-sized dog, one treat is more than enough, and it is recommended that they only consume X mg per day. For a small dog, simply break the treat in half or quarters to ensure the correct dosage…