Thursday, September 24, 2020

Receptra Naturals CBD For Pets #PetCare2020

Receptra Naturals is a full spectrum CBD company based in Colorado. They plant, grow, harvest, and process all their own hemp. All of their products are third party tested and include scannable QR codes that link directly to the testing results for each product. Receptra Naturals has a pet-friendly working environment and love their four-legged friends.
Though I have taken CBD myself for my own anxiety, I have had reservations about giving it to my pets. Those are my babies. And you just never know if what is safe for you is safe for them. But one of the cats for sure, and definitely the dog could probably benefit from the advantages of CBD. CBD is a great gift for virtually any pet including dogs, cats, birds, pigs, horses, and more, because every animal with vertebrae has an endocannabinoid system that works with CBD to reduce inflammation, increase mobility (especially great for older pets), inspire a sense of calm focus, and take off the edge when it comes to scary or stressful situations. If you do the homework and research and read the science about - for your pets and yourself, then I think you would come to the conclusion I did. My pets are now benefiting from the use of CBD.

Check it all out at Receptra on Facebook, as well as Receptra on Twitter, and Recptra on Instagram.
   
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