CBD DOG Health EASE 550mg Full Spectrum CBD Oil for Cats With Turmeric And Frankincense

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From the Vendor: EASE is formulated with turmeric and frankincense to improve your pet’s health and well-being while naturally relieving joint pain, arthritis, inflammation, and more.

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From the Vendor: Soothe your cat’s aches and pains with our homeopathic 550 mg full spectrum extract (CBD) tincture with turmeric and frankincense, EASE. EASE is formulated with turmeric and frankincense to improve your pet’s health and well-being while naturally relieving joint pain, arthritis, inflammation, and more.

The proprietary formula for EASE combines full spectrum extract (CBD) with a blend of frankincense essential oil, turmeric, and CocoTherapy MCT-3 to relieve inflammation while preventing future ailments. EASE also contains hemp seed oil which has the perfect balance of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids to support a healthy coat and skin.

Our full spectrum extract (CBD) is 100 percent food grade and is made using CO2 extraction, which means we do not use chemical solvents like butane (lighter fluid) in any of our products. Additionally, all of our products undergo testing by third-party for purity and potency, and certificates of analysis are available to view prior to purchasing.

Full ingredients: 550 mg hemp CBD oil, frankincense essential oil, turmeric, and CocoTherapy MCT-3. CBD Dog Health products are made with non-GMO hemp and are pesticide and herbicide-free. Full-spectrum extract includes a full range of cannabinoids, including CBD, CBC, CBG, CBN, and less than 0.3% THC.

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1 review for CBD DOG Health EASE 550mg Full Spectrum CBD Oil for Cats With Turmeric And Frankincense

  1. Jennifer Z.

    This was my cat’s first experience with CBD oil and after some dose and method tinkering, I believe we have found a way to keep her pain free. My cat Munchie was showing me in a very obvious way that she had been in pain. She would have bouts where she would *** all over the house. She does have kidney disease and I thought she was becoming so dehydrated that pooping was painful. But the vet was able to pin it down to pain in her hips. So it took a bit to figure out her dose and the method to take it, but she is eating well, purring all the time and her peeing bouts have drastically decreased.

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