Cannabidiol, or CBD, has become popularly well-known across the United States in the past few years. However, many often confuse hemp-derived CBD with marijuana-derived CBD. A key difference between the two is that hemp-derived CBD products are legal across the United States, containing only 1% of THC, and in most cases, even less than 0.3% THC – the compound responsible for inducing a psychoactive high.
We know that commercial drugs can produce varying unwanted side effects – and the same goes for veterinary drugs prescribed for our beloved pets. Luckily, CBD can be used for dogs and cats too, getting all of the health benefits from this all-natural solution which we know as Cannabidiol. This infographic from Innovet Pet explains the differences between THC and CBD and how it works.