Cannabidiol (CBD) is a substance extracted from the hemp plant that has been shown to be an effective treatment for many ailments. Honest Paws CBD Relief Balm is formulated to protect and soothe snouts and paws.
CBD has been the focus of a lot of research in the past few years. It has been proven to be an effective remedy for skin conditions as well as many serious health issues.
Thanks to all of this positive research, it is becoming more commonly recommended as a treatment by veterinarians and pet health experts. It also fueling the trend of CBD infused products in the pet industry.
From balms to tinctures and treats to food toppers, CBD is being added to a lot of pet products. If you'd like more information on cannabidiol and its uses for dogs, check out these articles:
- Pros and Cons of Cannabidiol: CBD for Dogs
- CBD Overdose in Dogs: Can CBD Harm My Dog?
- CBD for Dogs and Its Interaction with Other Medications
Honest Paws CBD Relief Balm for Dogs Review
As I mentioned, this product is specifically formulated for snouts and paws to soothe dry skin and provide a protective barrier. It infused with essential oils and full-spectrum hemp oil to promote soothing benefits
I've been using this with my dogs for a few months. It has provided relief from itchy rashes and minor cuts in less than 30 minutes.
I'm sure every dog is different, but Honest Paws says that the sooting effects should be seen in most dogs in less than 1 hours.
Honest Paws CBD Relief Balm is a moisturizing and healing balm that will soothe dry, cracked, chapped and rough noses and paws. When used regularly, it will also help moisturize the pads and maintain their natural health.
The CBD oil in this balm is derived from organically grown hemp. It is organic, full-spectrum hemp oil. There is 450mg of oil in each tube, and it contains 200mg of naturally occurring CBD.
This balm is easy to apply and absorbs quickly. I've tried other balms that left a greasy residue for a long time after application. They left greasy stains on their bedding and my furniture.
I've also used balms that didn't come in a handy roll-up tube, like this one. If you purchase a balm in a traditional container, you have to use your fingers or a cotton swab to apply it.
This tube is like a giant lip balm container. You just take off the cap, apply the balm and roll up a little bit more if you run out. It never has to get on your skin, but, if it does, it will be as good for your skin as it is for your dogs!