CBD oil is a cannabis extract that has many therapeutic benefits for pets.
CBD oil for pets is a natural, non-toxic solution for your pet's health.
CBD oil is derived from the Cannabis Savita plant, a popular treatment for humans, but it is also widely used to treat pets.
CBD oil can help ease inflammation, pain, and anxiety in dogs and cats. It is also effective at treating seizures, schizophrenia-like symptoms in animals with dementia, and may help to prevent cancerous tumors.
CBD oil is safe for both dogs and cats to consume. There are no known adverse effects of using it as long as the dose is appropriate for your pet’s weight and age.
Like you, we, at Milagro share an undying dedication to making our pets lives more enjoyable and long-lasting.
Our pets come in all shapes and sizes and have their own personalities. They love spending time with us and make us smile. They are our companions, and that’s why we think of them as our best friends.
As famous Anatole France once said, “Until one has loved an animal a part of one’s soul remains unawakened”.
Moving to a new environment or visiting the kennels if you are away
Loud noises such as fireworks and thunderstorms or travel in cars or on airplanes.
Epilepsy in controlling seizures
Heart disease and hypertension (high blood pressure.)
Appetite loss: CBD oil is a natural supplement that improves appetite as well as improving gut motility.
Digestion, and intestinal inflammation, and nausea.
Recommended usage for pets is between 1-3 drops 2-3 times a day. Start off low and monitor your pet’s reaction to the dosing and adjust accordingly.
Storage information: Store in a cool, dark, dry place.
DISCLAIMER: This is a complementary medicine and has not been evaluated and verified by the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority for its quality, safety or intended use. Use of this product must not substitute the obtaining of medical advice from a registered health professional for any health conditions you may have. To avoid an adverse reaction, please obtain advice from your medical practitioner if you are pregnant/breastfeeding, have a medical condition, or are taking any medication.