Frequently Asked Questions for Doctors

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1. What is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that is naturally produced by the body. It’s often extracted from industrial hemp, though marijuana strains have become increasingly popular over the years. CBD oil is derived from the hemp plant via extraction.

2. How do I know if my dog has cancer?

Many dogs suffer from cancer at some point in their lives. If you notice any changes in your pet’s behavior, appetite, or activity level, contact your veterinarian immediately.

3. Can I use CBD products while breastfeeding?

Yes! There are many studies showing that CBD does not interfere with mother-infant bonding or breast milk production. In fact, CBD may even improve milk supply.

4. Is CBD legal in Canada?

In short, yes. However, each province sets its own laws regarding medical marijuana. As long as you follow federal law, you should be fine.

5. Why is CBD illegal in the U.S.?

The Drug Enforcement Agency classifies CBD as a Schedule 1 drug, making it illegal under the Controlled Substances Act. Despite this, CBD is widely marketed as medicine.

6. Do I need a prescription to buy CBD?

No. You don’t need a prescription to purchase CBD products in Canada.

7. Where can I find a list of approved doctors?