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Friday, November 1, 2019

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Friday, October 4, 2019

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Tuesday, September 17, 2019

CBD OIl Treatment for Anxiety Disorders

Cannabidiol as a Potential Treatment for Anxiety Disorders.
Blessing EM1, Steenkamp MM2, Manzanares J2,3, Marmar CR2.
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Cannabidiol (CBD), a Cannabis sativa constituent, is a pharmacologically broad-spectrum drug that in recent years has drawn increasing interest as a treatment for a range of neuropsychiatric disorders. The purpose of the current review is to determine CBD's potential as a treatment for anxiety-related disorders, by assessing evidence from preclinical, human experimental, clinical, and epidemiological studies. We found that existing preclinical evidence strongly supports CBD as a treatment for generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder when administered acutely; however, few studies have investigated chronic CBD dosing. Likewise, evidence from human studies supports an anxiolytic role of CBD, but is currently limited to acute dosing, also with few studies in clinical populations. Overall, current evidence indicates CBD has considerable potential as a treatment for multiple anxiety disorders, with need for further study of chronic and therapeutic effects in relevant clinical populations.
Anxiety; Cannabidiol; Endocannabinoids; Generalized anxiety disorder; Post-traumatic stress disorder

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

The Miracle of CBD Oil and Cats

I have completed one round of my experiment with Nutralife CBD Oil and my three not quite right kitties. I took almost a month to go through 1 30 ml. bottle and the results are somewhat inconclusive in one and promising in the other two. This I believe is due to the fact that two of my cats are way too smart for their own good. I can't hope to get these cats to take the CBD from a dropper so they get it in wet food. From the beginning, Mr. "mostly Main Coon", as the vet described him, has been wary. He is naturally wary like a wild animal. He's more cautious than my F3 Bengal was. I put a dish down in front of him and he looks me in the eye and slowly backs away. I have been able to get him to take some by putting his dish in front of another cat, but not often enough to see a difference in his behavior. The wariness was my target, so that hasn't worked out so well. Yet. The grouchy girl has been eating every bit of her CBD enhanced food and I am seeing some real results in her. She is easily overstimulated and very territorial. I have many scars on my hands from her sudden annoyance at being brushed or petted. She would just suddenly decide she has had enough and lash out with her claws. She doesn't seem to have learned to hit without using her claws as most cats do. This is part of the behavior I am hoping to eliminate and I do see a big improvement. She is calmer and even let me rub her belly since I started giving her the CBD Oil. Amazingly, she also seems to be tolerating the trespassing of the younger cats on what she believes is her territory. The true test will come this weekend when I let her out with the cats she isn't real fond of. I hope to see more tolerance if not an actual change in personality, but so far I see she is benefiting from the Nutralife for cats. Now, the more serious reason for my trying CBD Oil on my cats; I adopted a 4 month old feral kitten in November. She was on the euthanasia list at the local shelter because she hissed at the workers, was deemed too feral for adoption, and not a good TNR (Trap, neuter/spay, return) candidate due to the area she was found. I'm sure you can imagine how ferocious the hiss of a four month old kitten is, so she was going to be euthanized. I brought her home and she immediately took to the other cats but was afraid of me. I would reach out to pet her and she would hiss, then dissolve into purrs, rolling all over and melting like butter. Yet, still she was afraid. There have been some serious health issues due to the fact that she is feral and afraid to be held. A week after I got her, she developed a fairly bad upper respiratory infection and the vet also found quite a bit of dirt in her ears. I had to give her oral antibiotics, which she was good about, but I had to hold her to clean her ears with a wash which really upset her. A short time later I noticed her going in & out of the litter box and saw she had blood in her urine. This turned out to be FLUTD, a feline urinary tract disease that is more prominent in elderly cats with nervous personalities. The cystocentesis showed her urine was full of blood and crystals. So full the vet could not tell if there was bacteria in it. She was given fluids and a long actin antibiotic shot. We went through this two times over a period of six weeks, the second time being so bad it resulted in the Vet having to make a slide to see the bacteria in her urine. She was in pain, scared and not at all doing well in the trust department. I kept taking her to this place where they did mean things to her was all she understood. The vet believed that her nervousness was causing the problem. I had to put her on a strictly wet food diet and keep my fingers crossed. About this time I started thinking how CBD had allowed me to deal with my stressful job, so I decided to try it for my kitten as well. At first she was eating her wet food with CBD oil with no complaints and she seemed to be much calmer after about a week. She was coming up to me and looking for attention, but still was a little afraid. By the end of the second week she was no longer flinching when I walked by her and even sleeping on my bed. Then I switched to a healthier wet food and the smell did not mask the smell of the oil. Unfortunately she isn't much into catnip, so she is not attracted to it in the CBD Oil. The past week or so, she has managed to almost completely avoid the food with the CBD Oil. She is getting a little anxious again. Only a tiny bit, but enough to convince me that the Nutralife CBD oil was working. It was helping her deal with whatever lingering anxiety she still felt about being near a human. I don't know if I can expect permanent results from CBD Oil for my babycat, but I am going to continue to try to get her to take it and see if it soothes her nervousness further. So far we have not had to go back to the Vet. Look out for part three and I'll have more information on the results of my other two cats as well. By the way, my next door neighbor has begun giving CBD Oil to her elderly dog who was rapidly showing signs of aging and joint pain. She has seen an improvement in the old girl. This is something all mammals can benefit from as we people and animals all have an endocannabinoid system!

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Thinking about giving your cat CBD Oil?

Thinking about giving your cat CBD Oil? So am I. CBD for Pets? It does seem to be a subject that requires thought because although we might jump right in experimenting with our own health, we want to be careful with our pets. We are their caretakers and do not want to make a mistake in caring for them. I have noticed many holistic veterinarians see CBD oil as beneficial to cats. All mammals have an endocannabinoid system and cats are mammals. It stands to reason that the benefits humans reap from CBD will also be the same for animals, but introducing something to your cat may not be all that easy. Aside from that, will it do anything for your cat? That depends on the problem. If you are hoping to restore a sense of systemic balance to a nervous cat or help a cranky cat relax a little, you are probably heading in the right direction. If you’re looking to get your cat to clean its’ own litter box, that’s just not going to happen. You have to have realistic expectations, and understand it could take time to see a difference. That being said, you can probably expect the same kind of results that you would see in a human. Some relief from anxiety, improved ability to deal with stress, help with inflammation, maybe even relief from some types of pain. I like to think that CBD’s ability to drastically improve some types of seizures in people would also apply to animal seizures. I have not seen any information on studies with CBD for animal seizures, but I intend to look for them. Is CBD oil safe for cats? You probably have heard that cannabis is not safe for cats. You have heard correctly. For one thing, cannabis contains THC, a big no no for animals, for another, cats have trouble ridding their body of cannabis. But Some CBD comes from Hemp, not cannabis. Specail CBD oil formulated for pets has only CBD in it, the trace amounts of THC and other cannabinoids are filtered out to make it safe for pets. And clever manufacturers of CBD for animals also add a flavor that pets will like. Let’s go back to the first two problems I mentioned. Animals suffer from anxiety and stress the same as humans do. Sometimes an anxious pet can be annoying, but sometimes it is downright heartbreaking to see an animal so nervous that it cowers even from the person who loves it most. Sometimes a cat is o.k. with people, but freaks around other cats. Or a cat can be ultra territorial and get upset out of all proportion when another cat tries to play with it’s favorite toy or enter an area the cat deems personal property. Can CBD oil help with these things in cats? Make a cranky cat more sociable, a scaredy cat less nervous, or a bully not so bullyish? Since I happen to have cats with exactly these behavioral problems, I intend to find out. I am going to experiment on my cats and tell you all about it. Hopefuly this will help you decide to start or continue your cat on CBD oil. First of all, I am not just doing this on a whim. My cats have real problems that I think CBD can fix. Judging from what it has done for me, I am willing to bet I get some positive results. As a matter of fact, today I did kind of pre-experiment, experiment. I wanted to see if one of my cats who has never turned her nose up at anything ever! would lick the CBD oil off a paper plate without my having disguised it in any way. I used the Nutra Life CBD oil for cats that has catnip oil in it. I brought it to her and just put the plate down in front of her to see what she would do. Of course I was hoping she would smell the catnip and feast on the oil. She sniffed it a couple times and just when I was sure she was going to lick it all up, she rubbed her face in it! So much for that. I’m not sure whether that was successful or not. Moving on, I gave my three problem kitties a few drops in a tiny bit of wet food. There is a lot on the line for my baby cat since she has severe problems that are affecting her health. More about that and the other cats later. I have been trying to give her a homeopathic chicken flavored remedy in her food for a month now and she just won’t eat the food. She smells it and either eats around it or walks away. I wasn’t sure how this would go. She took a few tentative licks of her food and then she ate it! All of it! Woo Hoo! On the other hand, my smart guy mostly Main Coon refused to eat it, even in two different foods. Hmmmm. He’s going to be a problem. My third cat, the grouchy one, also ate her food without complaint. Now that I know who will and won’t take the CBD oil, I have to give it a few days to see if they continue to cooperate or not and see there are any significant results. Next time I’ll tell you what I am dealing with for each cat in detail. In the mean time, wish me luck. Back to Pain Free Hemp Oil

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