What to look for in a quality CBD product

There is more to consider than cannabinoids and terpenes

You are not alone. Most veterinarians experience discomfort when consulting clients about cannabis, even when it has little to no delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinols, or THC. In part, too little information has historically been available about cannabis. Also, results from an online survey indicate, “Participants felt their state veterinary associations and veterinary boards did not provide sufficient guidance for them to practice within applicable laws.”1
Research is rapidly filling in many of the knowledge gaps concerning cannabis, but laws regarding its legality are evolving more slowly. Whereas the California Veterinary Medical Board (CVMB) had, at one time, proscribed conversations about cannabis between veterinarians and clients, they no...


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