Pet CBD Suggested Serving
With so many different brands and strengths of CBD, it is hard to know the correct CBD dosage to give your dog. It is important to know exactly how much CBD the product contains so you can figure out how much your dog needs.
Beware of some manufacturers that mislabel their products. A study showed that only about 31 percent of products are accurately labeled. After analyzing 84 CBD products sold online, researchers found that with respect to CBD, about 43 percent have a higher concentration than stated, and about 26 percent have less than claimed.
Look at the bottle and you should see a number that’s often in larger print typically lists the amount of CBD in milligrams for the entire product, not the serving size or dose (see picture below for the example).
For example: Duke’s Naturals CBD Tincture 225 mg of CBD per Bottle (30ml)= 225mg/30ml (7.5mg/1ml), you’ll be able to measure out a milliliter, or a fraction of it if you prefer, using the included dropper.
Look at the ingredient list to make sure the product contains CBD.
For products that have no mention of cannabidiol or hemp extract and only list hemp seeds, hempseed oil, or Cannabis sativa seed oil. These ingredients aren’t the same as CBD.
Another thing to check is third-party lab testing to determine if a CBD product is legit and what’s in it.
At Duke’s Naturals, Every Batch Is Tested! A reputable CBD product will come with a COA. That means it’s been third-party tested by an outside laboratory that doesn’t have a stake in the product.
We strive to set the standards for the rest of the CBD industry, we have every batch of CBD-rich hemp oil thoroughly tested through an independent third-party lab to ensure accuracy, consistency, potency, and safety.
We encourage our customers to talk to their veterinarian about CBD to learn more about correct serving sizes and benefits.