A question that I have heard often is can pets take kratom or CBD oil. Both CBD oil and kratom have been used for pets for a while now.
Although there has not been numerous kratom or CBD studies with animals yet, we will start to see more anecdotical reports about how these plants have made peoples pets lives better.
Hopefully, we will see more kratom studies with animals in general since our pets suffer from many of the same issues as their human owners.
Red kratom powders seem to work the best for My pets and I have not tried many other colors of kratom. Green vein kratom may be used in the future.
There are many strains of kratom to choose from that create a broad spectrum of effects. White vein kratom would be more energetic than a red vein kratom variety.
CBD and Kratom do not have FDA approval, but at least it looks like the drug enforcement administration has backed off for now. THC and CBD work wonders in combination with each other.
A reddit post from 3 years ago states that kratom saved my dogs life. Our dog Eli benefits from kratom and Cannabis. Eli was born with bad knees and has had this chronic issue for years.
You may ask how much kratom should I give my dog? For Eli the amount of kratom is as follows:
Eli is seventy-five pounds, almost 11 years old and uses 30 mgs of high dose CBD oil as needed a few times a week. Kratom is used sparingly for bad days. Eli will take one or two 420 mg red kratom capsules.
Eli also benefits from high concentrated liquid kratom tincture which is made from kratom extract. I will measure out 1ml of our tincture with a dropper and give it to him after dinner. 1ml of our tincture is about 10 mgs of Mitragynine. The tincture gives him a bit of energy for about an hour and then he relaxes on his dog couch.
I just love seeing him able to run around and not be miserable. It gets to the point where Eli is just whimpering because he is so uncomfortable. This usually happens on rainy days, but wintertime can be the worst with the cold temperatures.
I have many similarities with our dog now, but I am forty-seven and he is seventy-seven. Either way we have our plants.
I give him kratom or CBD oil after he has eaten a meal since kratom can sometimes make his appetite a bit less. Yes, the CBD oil enhances his appetite, so it balances out.
We also have three rabbits at home that are litter trained and live in the house. I would have never believed that rabbits could be potty trained.
Rabbits are wonderful pets and take a lot of time to train, but they are well worth it.
How long do rabbits live? Rabbits can live until 10 years old or longer, so definitely not a hamster and requires a long-term commitment.
Our rabbits are ages 5, 4 and 3 and are in mostly good health. Our oldest rabbit Alice has back and hip issues and has a tough time cleaning herself. We give her a bath once a week to help.
Alice eats kratom leaves instead of taking her meds from time to time to take a break. She does the same if not better when she eats a kratom leaf.
The medicine can sometimes make her have loose stools, which just makes her problem worse. As we know kratom can help bind you up a bit and the same theory seems to happen with our rabbit.
We also collaborated with the vet to get a proper dosage for CBD oil for the older rabbit. CBD is typically dosed by weight, and the standard dosage is 0.25mg per pound of body weight.
It is best to start with a low amount of CBD oil, and then gradually increase the dosage if no improvements are seen within a week.
I had better success adding a few drops of CBD oil to the bunny’s hay and/or treats compared to just adding to the pellets.
Alice and our other animals have access to the same plants that we use. We found out after much personal research that Our rabbits and dogs both benefit from Kratom and Cannabis.
I am thrilled to have the opportunity to have these plants on hand to help my pets. Anyone that knows me can tell you that I love animals.
Please remember that this product is not intended to treat or cure any disease. Herbal remedies have been used for many years, but there can be interactions between herbs and medications.
Please research ALL herbs and plants before you utilize them in your life or your pet’s life.