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|02-25-2014 02:17 AM|
Originally Posted by GatorBytes View Post
|02-25-2014 12:33 AM|
Just had to post this
....anybody have some scooby snacks!
|02-21-2014 02:55 PM|
Originally Posted by Colie CVT View Post
|02-21-2014 01:34 PM|
|kiya||My epilepsy group has been bringing this up for a while now. There are a lot of people so desperate to find help I see no reason to not look into it. I watched & have read stories about it helping children with seizures. The THC is removed from the plants there is no high. Personally I would try it on Kiya when more people report success.|
|02-21-2014 10:37 AM|
Found this interesting...5 min. video
Molecular Biologist Explains How THC Completely Kills Cancer Cells | Collective-Evolution
Cannabinoids have been proven to reduce cancer cells as they have a great impact on the rebuilding of the immune system. Although not every strain of cannabis has the same effect, more and more patients are seeing success in cancer reduction in a short period of time by using cannabis. Contrary to popular belief, smoking cannabis does not assist a great deal in treating disease within the body as therapeutic levels cannot be reached through smoking. Creating oil from the plant or eating the plant is the best way to go about getting the necessary ingredients, the cannabinoids.
Please note: Don't go blowing smoke in Fido's face that is animal cruelty.
Pot for Pooches | Animal Wellness
When Nikita was facing her final weeks after a battle with cancer, her guardian and veterinarian Dr. Doug Kramer eased her discomfort with medical marijuana. The Siberian husky soon stopped whimpering with pain and began eating, gaining weight and even meeting Dr. Kramer at the door the way she used to. While the marijuana didn’t extend her life, it definitely improved the quality of the life she had left.
|02-01-2014 10:34 PM|
I truly think the issue is people need to be more freaking careful about things period. It's like dogs getting into chocolate at certain holidays (which Christmas this year was actually worse than Halloween at the ER clinic I work at). If you have something that is yours that's potentially toxic to your pets, don't let them get near it. Keep it safely out of reach and locked up.
Legally, vet clinics can't really do anything even if you have an illegal substance. I can't tell you how many dogs we have seen that test positive for meth. We actually keep urine drug test kits around and often end up using them. I still remember that poor little chihuahua who had gotten into her owner's meth. Just a little puppy and she couldn't stop twitching. Even with huge doses of diazepam (and I mean HUGE) to try and counteract how hyper everything was, she was still tweeking like nothing else. Her body was so hot too. Only way to keep her still was to hold her, but holding her didn't help with cooling her. :/
We've seen a few pot dogs also. Not any that died however. I'd be more worried with those that get into chocolate, meth or medications. x.x
|02-01-2014 09:51 PM|
|Brando & Julietta's Dad||
I think this is a non-issue. I live in California. When my dog had cancer I gave her lab-tested CBD marajuana oil to help stimulate appetite and control pain. This would never have been possible without legal medical marijuana. I can say this aided my dog's comfort and ability to extend her
life. The vet also approved the therepy. I'm sure with greater research much more can be acheived to help animals and humans.
|02-01-2014 09:11 PM|
Originally Posted by Shaina View Post
Originally Posted by trcy View Post
So to clear up any confusion; that was sarcasm and I am unaware of any dogs tipping over from MJ
|02-01-2014 08:41 PM|
Originally Posted by Shaina View Post
I thought that was a joke or sarcasm....
|02-01-2014 07:52 PM|
Originally Posted by TinkerinWstuff View Post
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