How Much CBD Oil Should I Give My Cat?

How much CBD oil should I give my cat? If you’ve been considering trying CBD oil for your cat, you’re probably wondering what dosage would be best. The good news is that there are no reports of cats overdosing on CBD oil alone as the excess CBD is excreted through the cat’s waste (marijuana is another matter entirely). So, it’s unlikely you’ll give your cat too much.

What conditions might CBD oil help your cat with? How much CBD oil should you give? Let’s talk about it.

What can CBD oil help with?

While there is little research yet on how CBD oil can help cats, it’s shown promise with helping people and thought to benefit cats for conditions like:

Pain

Seizures

Appetite stimulation

Anxiety

Inflammation

How much CBD oil should I give my cat?

CBD oil is generally dosed based on weight. While there is no standard dose, 1-5 mg of CBD oil per 10 pounds of weight given 1-3 times per day is a common dose. You should start with the lowest dose and increase until you see results so you wind up using the lowest effective use. Depending on the strength of the CBD oil, one drop usually contains 0.5 mg of CBD. So for a 10-pound cat, you would give 2-10 drops per day. You would give a 20-pound cat 4-20 drops.

You may have better results adding the drops to your cat’s food or a treat rather than putting the drops in their mouth.

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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information on this website is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified healthcare professional.

(H/T: PetMD)