Common Dog Conditions Treated by CBC Oil

Common Dog Conditions Treated by CBC Oil

Cannabis oil has become an increasingly popular treatment, particularly for treating difficult conditions with conventional medication. Conventional medication is a term used to describe the accepted treatments or medications used by doctors and other healthcare professionals. This article looks at five common dog conditions treated by CBC cannabis oil. If you’re considering using cannabis oil as a treatment option for your dog, always consult your doctor before starting any new medicine or supplement regime, including cannabis oil:

Bacterial Infections

CBC oil is known for its antibacterial properties in dogs’ oral, topical, and systemic uses. CBC oil has been shown to effectively treat Streptococcus Pyogenes (strep throat). It prevents the growth of gram-positive bacteria, including Staph infection and Bacillus atrophaeus (anthrax).

Ear infections

The most common use for dogs with ear infections is using CBC oil. It may help dogs fight off yeast and other fungi that can cause ear infections when inhaled or penetrate through the skin.

Skin problems

CBC oil has anti-inflammatory properties, which are beneficial for dogs with skin problems. It can help control itching, redness, and swelling associated with allergies or infections.

Heartworm

Taking CBC capsules is effective in removing adult heartworms very quickly. It helps prevent microfilaria formation within heartworm infected dogs by killing off early larval stages of heartworms.

Dental conditions 

Dogs will swallow some saliva when they clean their teeth, but if they have gum inflammation, ulcerations, or periodontal disease, more saliva gets swallowed, causing the blood cholesterol level to increase. CBC oil reduces cholesterol levels, but it also works as an antioxidant, thus reducing lipid peroxidation and has anti-inflammatory properties.

CBC oil is a useful lifesaver for dogs and can help treat many common ailments. It is always advisable to carry the medication along with you on your journeys, especially if you have a dog with many health issues. Just follow all instructions carefully and consult your veterinarian before administering any new medications or supplements to your pet.