Endogenous Cannabinoid System

Endogenous Cannabinoid System

Endogenous Cannabinoid System

Julianna Carella, CEO, Treatibles | Apr 19, 2019
Humans have an endocannabinoid system. Mammals have an endocannabinoid system. Reptiles and birds have an endocannabinoid system, only insects don’t. We’ve dealt with dogs, cats and horses. But also, sheep, pigs, goats– we’ve even got some domesticated skunks using the product. Owners of rabbits, birds, snakes, you name it, they have all benefited from quality CBD product. We now have a wildlife safari giving our product to a grizzly bear.

Qualifying condition

We recently discovered that there was a grizzly bear, Oso, at a wildlife safari in Oregon that had terrible arthritis in his hind legs. The employees that care for him went to a pet store in Oregon to purchase our product, which we didn’t find out about until afterwards. They started giving the bear about 25-50 milligrams a day, but they weren’t really seeing any difference. Read the full Article:

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