Often our pets suffer from separation anxiety, thunderstorm anxiety and travel anxiety. A recent article  discovered that evidence from 49 different studies researching the affects of CBD as treatment for anxiety and fear “…conclusively demonstrates CBD’s efficacy in reducing anxiety behaviors…”.
Inflammation is the result of an over reaction of the immune system. Inflammation is a main cause of pain, especially in arthritis, and can also cause allergies and bowel problems such as colitis and Crohn’s disease. Research has discovered  that CBD is an anti-inflammatory and plays a major role in regulating and balancing the immune system. Thus, CBD provides pain relief, alleviates allergies and bowel issues and benefits those suffering from autoimmune diseases. Testimonials show Maxx Relief CBD especially helps arthritic pets by relieving their pain and increasing their mobility.
CBD is also a great source of antioxidants shown to be more powerful than vitamins C and E which is great for general overall wellness. CBD is also shown in studies to have antibiotic properties.
CBD has been shown to stop cancer cell growth by blocking their ability to produce energy. CBD also helps kill cancer cells by helping the immune system’s killer cells to cause cancer cell death. My friend’s dog, Muffin, was diagnosed with terminal cancer. She started giving her CBD for comfort and now it’s one year later and she is amazingly still alive and thriving!
CBD has been shown to have anticonvulsant properties. As an anticonvulsant, CBD affects the neurotransmitters responsible for sending messages between neurons that can trigger seizure activity.
Further, CBD can protect the nervous system and help with neurodegenerative diseases. It’s been shown to help with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease by protecting the brain cells from toxicity.
Prescription medications damage your pet’s kidneys and liver thus shortening their life expectancy. Maxx Relief CBD is organic and can be naturally absorbed and utilized in your pet’s body.
All though we all await results of studies underway on CBD for pets, many veterinarians are recommending CBD for pets. New Mexico’s state veterinarian, Robert Zimmerman, talked to Algernon D’Ammassa of Las Cruces Sun News about CBD. He stated that, ”For certain types of seizures, it's helpful," and "Empirically, some dogs are experiencing anxiety and pain relief. It might be helpful during thunderstorms as an alternative to sedatives." He also admitted that he uses CBD oil for one of his own elderly dogs. 
When CBD is given to your pet daily, therapeutic levels are reached providing continuous extended relief from anxiety and chronic pain therefore resulting in a better quality of life for your pet. CBD can also extend your pet’s life expectancy.
DO NOT ALTER YOUR PET’S MEDICATION WITHOUT CONSULTING WITH YOUR VET.