Encouraging News for Veterinary CBD Oil Use

Dr. Karen Becker of Mercola Healthy Pets profiles the CSU clinical trials and discusses encouraging progress in the CBD industry in “The Effective Pain Treatment Your Vet May Not Want to Talk About.”

In the article, Dr. Becker discusses the changing legal landscape for CBD products, noting that industrial hemp – with a THC level under 0.3 percent – is no longer considered a controlled substance. Current research suggests that manufacturing and distributing CBD oil for veterinary use is not illegal on either a federal or state level.

Becker also details the ongoing research happening at Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital and Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. At Colorado State, Dr. Stephanie McGrath, who specializes in treating seizure disorders and inflammatory brain diseases in animals, is using C.H.O.™ Pet Tincture in her osteoarthritis and epilepsy study:

“Dr. McGrath at Colorado State used a CBD product manufactured by Applied Basic Science Corporation, and vouches for its safety. She also recommends, if you’re already using a CBD product or are considering one, that you try to get a “Certificate of Analysis” which should show you how much THC is in the product (it should never be over 0.3 percent), how it’s made, and whether it’s organic and free of pesticides and other chemicals.”

We’re proud to partner with Dr. McGrath in support of the clinical trials that enable us to sell our product with confidence, and we’re committed to ongoing safety testing. Every batch of C.H.O.™ Pet Tincture undergoes quality testing and receives a Certificate of Analysis (COA) from a third party lab. And we’re happy to share our results – click here to view our most recent COA. At petpainfree.com, you can buy with confidence knowing we back our product with the highest standards of testing and accountability.