“I don’t have the brand strength and isomer you tested. So I’m just going to give him a bite of my pot-brownie. It’s kind of the same thing, right?”
Seriously? Do you know exactly how many milligrams of full spectrum THC are in a pot brownie? Has anyone worked out actual dosing on full spectrum THC in dogs? I have NOT. Do you have any idea how much THC is in a pot brownie? How would you even start a dose? Are you okay making your dog “high” with ALL OF THE ISOMERS and ignoring the importance of isolating just the Delta-8 isomer? You can do what you want, of course. But I’m not endorsing that. I’m trying to provide very specific information and experience for the benefit of some companion canines. Not cats. Not pot. Not at overdose. Not guessing. Not for fun. Not to make them high and upset. Not for ‘no reason’.
I have Delta 9 THC Gummies. They’re the same, right?”
Nope. Your dog will be high. Not happy. Or, it won’t work at all. You’re on your own messing around with stuff that isn’t measured, and is untested.
I’m just going to use full spectrum THC Gummies because I think they’re the same thing.”
But they’re not. They’re quite different because you’re going to make your dog HIGH and not HAPPY. Delta 8 isomer is more “happy” and considerably less “high”. Full spectrum THC is more unpredictable, harder to measure, and is more psychotropic. None of which is “okay” to risk with dogs. You’re on your own messing around with stuff that isn’t measured, and is untested.
“I’ve given CBD to my dog and it made practically no difference.”
That isn’t related. I’m not discussing CBD at all. CBD is very very weak. THC is ten times stronger. They’re so different they’re practically unrelated. You’re on your own messing around with stuff that isn’t measured, and is untested.
“CBD Doesn’t work on my dog. I’ve tried what you’re talking about.”
I’m only talking about Delta-8 Isomer THC. I’m not talking about CBD and there is barely any functional relationship. You’re on your own messing around with stuff that isn’t measured, and is untested.
“I’ve been giving a hemp product, so I’ve tried CBD…”
Again, I’m not even talking about CBD. I’m talking about Delta-8 Isomer THC Gummies.
Hemp contains no CBD. If you can buy it on Amazon, it has NO CBD in it. So while you’re buying something called Hemp, and it implies “CBD” it has none. Amazon does not permit selling CBD *OR* THC on its platform. If you bought hemp, or you bought a CBD from Amazon.com – you have not even tried CBD. (Where to buy CBD: CBDMD.com )
In a couple years you won’t be able to find CBD any more now that THC Delta 8 is available.CBD vendors lead the way in demonizing THC-Delta 8. That’s because they have 3 and 5 year old businesses selling exclusively CBD.
“The THC isn’t working”
- Did you buy THC Delta 8? “No I got some CBD off Amazon.com”
- Did you use a 25mg Gummie? “I don’t know the milligrams”
- Did you buy Koi brand? “I’m not sure who makes it.”
- Did you give 0.25mg/kg or 0.5mg/kg or .75mg/kg or 1.0mg/kg? “I don’t know how many milligrams I gave”
So if you’re going to risk giving your dog THC Delta 8 isomer gummies you need to do it carefully. You’re on your own messing around with stuff that isn’t measured, and is untested. You should know the amount to give, the brand you should give, the strength of the gummy and then the side effects to expect. (All itemized and explained HERE.)
Right now, I STRENUOUSLY recommend that you don’t “Wing it” on type, dose, interval or brand. Stick with what’s known. Or don’t risk it at all.
You’re on your own messing around with stuff that isn’t measured, and is untested.