A topic we’ve covered a few times is CBD oil for your pets. We all love our canines and felines tremendously, and we always strive to make sure they live a healthy life free of stress and pain. If CBD is something you’re considering for your pet, here are a couple of other things to consider.
Examine the COA. COA is the acronym for the Certificate of Analysis, an important paper that shows the results of the lab testing the CBD oil product has undergone. Usually, this certificate can be found either on the product or on the seller’s website. If there is no COA, strongly consider looking elsewhere.
Look for Zero THC. CBD oil should only have a maximum level of 0.3 percent THC, but you should always look for a product that does not have any THC. Closely examine the COA. There is no way of knowing how your pet will react to THC, even a small trace may have adverse effects. In other words, don’t purchase if there is any THC whatsoever.
The last tip is perhaps the most obvious: the lowest price often means the CBD extract quality isn’t as good. Spend a little more if your budget allows, your pet deserves it.
This update is by Green King Labs. We take great pride in creating reliable, effective products using optimum quality ingredients. We highly value natural and holistic remedies to deal with relieving pain and because of that, we strive to ensure that our products retain the original nutritive value of natural substances, ensuring purity and safety for our esteemed customers. For more information on CBD oil or hemp edibles, please call 786-281-1346 or visit https://greenkinglab.com.