Buying Potent CBD – How to Recognize Zero-CBD Formulations

Author:  Alexandra Doherty

Senior Copywriter, CBD

Buying Potent CBD – How to Recognize Zero-CBD

Medical marijuana has grown in popularity in recent years as it possesses several curative properties. However, the market remains  saturated with several products that offer fake credentials and  baseless health claims. As consumers, individuals must ensure they  research their products to prevent purchasing scrupulous items. Not only do such artificial products not offer any of CBD’s benefits, but they might also contain low-quality ingredients and toxins. Hence,
consumers must find a way to recognize zero-CBD formulations and genuine extracts. Read on to learn more about buying potent cannabidiol products and what you need to look out for to purchase high-quality items.

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Chronic Skin Diseases

This is a video that addresses food allergy, atopy, and chronic skin infections. Dermatology and some of the changes in its utility are discussed. Several points of “bad medicine” are brought up. Notably Lots of steroids (Even continuous steroids) Apoquel immune suppression Cytopoint vaccine Lots of antibiotics, even 24x7x365 Changing food Important points like: Antibiotics … Read more

Copperhead Snakebite

Copperhead head

Snake Bite (Envenomation) of Dog or Cat by Copperhead

(Alt Copperhead Snake Bite)

With the turn of Veterinary Medicine towards ‘not using steroids’ in animals, I’ve watched delayed-type-hypersensitivity reactions, and Addisonian-crises dogs die in the care of knowledgeable Emergency Clinic and Specialty Hospital clinicians. I’ve seen Copperhead bites cause unnecessary damage, and take weeks to heal.

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New Suture Pattern for V-Plasty

Uses Vicryl small suture, 2-0 or smaller.
One knot finishes the whole line and the tails can’t get into the eye.

2-0 Vicryl is used in case any suture remains in the skin there will be minimal consequence.

The  suture starts with a very long tail at the edge of the lid. The pattern is a simple continuous, except with each returning throw you either capture or avoid the first ‘free end’ as it follows the line down to the terminus of the incision.

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Pilling The Impossible Pet Dog or Cat

Pilling The Impossible Pet Dog or Cat

You will need:

  1. A Muzzle
  2. A Pill Crusher
  3. A bulb syringe (Kids Nose Snot Sucker)

A LOT of the time, you have to give a medicine to a dog or cat that won’t eat.
Worse, there are dogs who have no problem at all with biting their owners. (My dog would sooner die)

When you get a dog that won’t eat a pill, in a treat or piece of cheese or bread, you need to push the pill down their throat, or make it into a ‘drink’. And syringe that into the dog.

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