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Health Headlines - 9/2/19

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Health Headlines - 9/2/19

Health Headlines - 9/2/19

In today's health headlines we talk about CBD products that have now been being created for pets and whether or not this is something you should consider or not.

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Health Headlines - 9/2/19

EVERYWHERE...BUT, HOW ABOUT IN YOUR DOG ORCAT'S FOOD BOWL?IT'S ONE OF THE GROWING AREAS OFTHE C-B-D MARKET.IS THIS A MEDICAL BREAKTHROUGHFOR PETS, OR A WAY FOR SOME TOPOUNCE ONTHEIR OWNER'S WALLETS?FOX NEWS' LAUREN BLANCHARDREPORTS.BLANCHARD: IS THIS POT FOR PETS?BIDDLE: NO.

NO, ABSOLUTELY NOT.BARBARA BIDDLE'S BUSINESS ISBOOMING... SHESELLS CANNABIDIOL..

OR C-B-DPRODUCTS.AND WHILE THERE ARE NOW OILS,GUMMIES, BATH SALTSAND CHOCOLATES...SOME OF THESE TREATS COULD HAVEA 'PAW'-SITIVEEFFECT... FOR MAN'S BEST FRIENDBIDDLE SAYS: "IT HAS HELPED WITHANXIETIES, SPECIFICALLY WITHSEPARATION ANXIETY AND CARANXIETY, FIREWORKS,OSTEOARTHRITIS, PAIN."THESE C-B-D PET PRODUCTS...COME AS TREATS... PILLS...AND OILS..BIDDLE SAYS: "PEOPLE ARESTARTING TO REALIZE YOU'RE NOTGETTING HIGH OFF THESE PRODUCTSSO THEY'RE MORE OPEN TO TRYINGTHEM."WHILE THE PRODUCTS SEEM TOPROMISE A LOT...THE BIG PROBLEM - C-B-D ISN'TREGULATED SO IT'SHARDER FOR THE CONSUMER TO KNOWEXACTLY WHAT THEY'RE BUYING.ERICA STARK FROM THE NATIONALHEMPASSOCIATION HOPES THE F-D-A WILLSTEP IN.STARK SAYS: "THIS INDUSTRY WANTSTHE FDA TO SET DOWN THESEREGULATIONS."ALSO CONCERNED?

VETERINARIANSLIKE DR.NARDA ROBINSON.SHE SAYS THERE NEEDS TO BE MORERESEARCH.ROBINSON SAYS: "I DO SUPPORT THEUSE OF CANNABIDIOL INVETERINARIAN MEDICINE.

WHAT WENEED IS TO GE THE LAWS IN PLACESO THAT WE AS VETERINARIANS CANPRACTICE IT WITHOUT JEOPARDIZINGOUR LICENSE."ESPECIALLY WHEN IT COMES TO THENEGATIVE SIDEEFFECTS...ROBINSON SAYS: "THERE CAN BESIGNS OF INAPPETENCE, JUST NOTWANTING TO EAT, THERE CAN BENAUSEA, THERE CAN BE EXCESSIVESEDATION."BLANCHARD SAYS: "FOR YOUR LITTLEFRIENDS AT HOME LIKE MINEHERE, VETERINARIANS SAY CBD CANBE REALLY HELPFUL.

BUT YOU HAVEMAKE SURE THE PRODUCT HAS LITTLETO NO THC, THAT'S WHAT GETS YOUHIGH.

AND THEIR RULE ON DOSAGE,START LOW AND GO SLOW."ROBINSON SAYS: "IT'S JUSTIMPORTANT TO HAVE THIS VIGILANCEAND NOT TO JUST ASSUME OH ITSNATURAL IT MUST BE SAFE."AND HOW DO YOU CHOOSE A GOODPRODUCT?STARK SAYS: "MAKE SURE THAT THEBRAND THAT YOU'RE PURCHASINGOFFERS FULL TRANSPARENCY AS TOWHERE THEY'RE SOURCING THEIRCBD."WHILE THERE'S STILL A LACK OFSCIENCE, DR. ROBINSONIS HOPEFUL.ROBINSON SAYS: "FROM WHAT WEKNOW SO FAR IS SOMETHING LIKECBD IS FAR SAFER THAN MANY OFTHE PHARMACEUTICALS CURRENTLYPRESCRIBED IN VETERINARYOFFICES."SO IT MIGHT BE WORTH A TRY.ROBINSON SAYS: "FIRST GET ADIAGNOSIS BY A VETERINARIAN FORWHAT THE ANIMAL ISEXPERIENCING."AND STAY IN TOUCH WITH YOURTRUSTED VET...IN WASHINGTON LAUREN BLANCHARDFOX NEWS.STICK AR




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