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What is CBD?
CBD or Cannabidiol is a cannabinoid found in the cannabis/hemp plant. Scientists are still unlocking all the incredible benefits of this once stigmatized plant. A common misconception about taking CBD is that it can make the consumer high or stoned. CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid.
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How long do Treatibles take to work?
Pet owners notice various lengths of time the CBD treats start working. It could be anywhere from five minutes to an hour. Taking time to observe your pet is important; you know your animal companion better than anyone else. If you do not see a difference within an hour, give another 1/2 to whole treat. There is no amount that is too much. Each animal is different and it is totally safe to increase the dose as needed.
How much can I give at a time and in a day?
Every animal is different and requires different amounts of the treats. Please use our recommended usage instructions as a guide. Treatibles can be given at any time of the day and as frequently as needed.
Can my animal take Treatibles daily? And for years?
Yes. Treatibles contain cannabinoids that are safe, nontoxic, and can be taken for any length of life. Research shows that cannabinoids can provide preventative care over time as well.
What is the shelf life of opened and unopened Treatibles?
Treatibles are free of preservatives and proper storage can preserve your treats up to 2 years. The shelf life of unopened packages is 9 months. When opened and sealed in the airtight bag and stored in the pantry shelf life is 6 weeks. We recommend refrigerating after opening as it can prolong the shelf life. When stored in a sealed bag in the refrigerator shelf life is 3 months and when stored in the freezer 2 years. The cannabinoids will remain effective and not lose any efficiency over time; however the preservative-free ingredients require proper storage to maintain freshness.
How should Treatibles be stored?
Treatibles should be stored in an airtight, sealed bag and in a cool, dry place. To prolong the shelf life, keep refrigerated. Freeze package if you are using Treatibles many months after opening. Please do not store in a hot enclosed car in heat of summer. Visit our Storage page for more information.
My animal won't eat the treats but I think they could really benefit from Treatibles and CBD. What's another delivery method?
We recommend crumbling up the treats and using a bit of warm liquid poured on top. It will then be easy to mashup and give as is. Any liquid can be used that your animal loves. Alternatively, add the mixture to their food.
How long does one dose last?
One dose of CBD Treatibles will last 4-8 hours.
How long does it take to see results from my pet using Treatibles and CBD? Is it immediately or cumulative?
Results can be immediate. Cannabinoids are not cumulative, they work right away.
Can I bring Treatibles on the plane when I travel domestically and internationally?
Yes! Treatibles are totally legal and safe to bring everywhere. In fact, they are fabulous for animals traveling and needing a calming treat for the journey.
Is it possible for my pet to overdose on Treatibles and CBD? What if my dog accidentally eats the whole pack?
Treatibles are totally safe and nontoxic. It is not possible to overdose on CBD or any of the cannabinoids or foods found in our products. If your animal accidentally eats the whole bag, rest assured there is absolutely no harm or toxicity whatsoever.
What is the recommended dosing? How many treats should I give per day?
We recommend 1 small treat per 10 lbs of weight for animals up to 50lbs and 1 large treat per 25lbs of weight for animals 50lbs or more. However, every animal is different; some need more, some less. Your pet may need 1-4 doses per day, and we suggest observing your animal's response closely to determine best dosage. Use our recommendation as a guide and then feel free to adjust. You know your animal better than anyone.
How many treats are in each bag?
Products are sold by weight, and the quantity of treats in package may vary. The small treats bag contains roughly 36-38 treats, and contain 1 mg. per treat. The large treats bag contains roughly 24-26 treats, and contain 2.5 mg. per treat.
Can cats eat Treatibles and CBD?
Yes. Treatibles are safe for any animal. All animals have an endocannabinoid system, except for insects. For cats, we recommend crumbling up the treat into tiny pieces and giving on its own or with their food.
Can animals take Treatibles with other medications?
Treatibles are safe and non-toxic, and can be used in conjunction with any other medications your dog is taking. We are not veterinarians and cannot advise on whether Treatibles would be a replacement or concomitant regimen, but many Treatibles customers use the product solely for their pets for a myriad of conditions. The endocannabinoid system regulates many homeostatic functions and can provide overall health to the whole system.
Can Treatibles be shipped to my state? Is it legal?
Yes, we can ship Treatibles anywhere in the country. International shipments vary by country, and we hope to be able to ship worldwide soon.
Treatibles are made from CBD extracted from hemp, as opposed to cannabis, and is therefore legal to ship anywhere in the world. There is a legal threshold for THC content and shipping across state lines; because our product has no THC in it, it is legal to ship, import/export, possess etc anywhere.
Why do Treatibles cost more than most of the other treats I buy my dog?
Treatibles is not a product that should be compared in price to other dog treats or foods, as this product is medicine disguised as a treat your pup will love! Compare the cost of Treatibles to your dog’s other medications and consider the love you are giving your animals by giving them phytocannabinoids.
What are all of the ingredients in Treatibles?
They come in two flavors; Pumpkin and Blueberry.
Ingredients for pumpkin are: Hemp derived Phytocannabinoids (CBD,CBN,CBG) from seed and stalk, Gluten-free Oat Flour, Pumpkin, Peanut Butter, Organic Coconut Oil, Brown Rice Flour, Apple Sauce, Organic Coconut Nectar, Organic Hemp Seed Oil, Turmeric, Vanilla, Cinnamon, Xanthan Gum, Potato Starch. No gluten, Non-GMO, Vegan
Ingredients for Blueberry are: Hemp derived Phytocannabinoids (CBD, CBN, CBG) from seed and stalk, Gluten-free Oat Flour, Pumpkin, Peanut Butter, Blueberry Juice, Dried Blueberries, Organic Coconut Oil, Brown Rice Flour, Organic Coconut Nectar, Organic Hemp Seed Oil, Turmeric, Vanilla, Cinnamon, Xanthan Gum, Potato Starch
What is the purpose of some of the ingredients in Treatibles?
Superfoods like coconut oil are antioxidants and great for the coat and skin. Hemp seed oil is an anti-inflammatory and provides natural levels of CBN (cannabidiol). Pumpkin aids in digestion and also provides a great flavor. Peanut butter is included because of its high level of protein. Blueberry is high in antioxidants. And, turmeric and cinnamon are anti- inflammatory.
Do Treatibles have grain?
We use very small amounts of high protein oat flour and whole grain rice flour so there is very little in the treats. There is no wheat or gluten in Treatibles.
Are the ingredients in Treatibles organic, non-GMO, and gluten free?
All of our products are gluten free, non-GMO, vegan, and whole foods.
Are Treatibles certified organic?
Some ingredients are organic, but not all. We are organic certified in California.
Do you use human grade and all whole food ingredients?
Yes. Every ingredient is as good for humans as it is for animals.
Where does your hemp come from?
The cannabinoids used in our proprietary formula are sourced from hemp grown in Europe. Our hemp source is clean, reliable, high quality, pure, and lab tested.
Are Treatibles third party tested? How are they tested and are the results available?
Yes. We do three stages of lab testing at third party labs. We test for heavy metals and contaminants in the cannabinoid materials, cannabinoid levels in the raw material and the
finished product, and do guaranteed analysis. See our Lab Testing page for individual results and more information.
What temperature are Treatibles baked at?
We bake our Treatibles at 325 degrees.
Where are Treatibles made?
The treats are made in small batches in our California kitchen by hand and with a lot of love.
Is the packaging safe for children?
Unopened packages are child resistant. We do recommend keeping Treatibles out of reach of pets as certain dogs can rip through the heavy plastic bag.
What is CBD?
CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, which is a compound found in cannabis and hemp. For more information about CBD, check out our Cannabinoid and Science page.
What are the key benefits of CBD-rich Treatibles?
We at Treatibles do not make any health claims about cannabinoids or any of the other ingredients in our products. The results noticed by pet owners using our treats are empirical and anecdotal and include the following:
• Pain, inflammation, and stress.
• Anxiety from separation, fireworks, grooming, car rides, panic, obsessive behavior, and socializing with animals or people.
• Seizures: CBD is the same compound in Epidiolex (a pediatric epilepsy medication). Some pets are using Treatibles for epilepsy.
• Cancer: Some pets are using Treatibles for palliation of the associated pain and symptoms of cancer, as well as a concomitant regimen alongside chemotherapy treatments.
• Heart conditions and their associated symptoms.
• Pancreatitis: Treatibles used to stimulate appetite, calm inflammation and reduce anxiety associated with the disease.
• Musculoskeletal issues, joint/muscle pain, hip dysplasia, trouble walking, and arthritis.
• Quality of life at the end of life: Treatibles are used by some pets for support during hospice care.
• Trauma and the accompanying emotional and side effects.
• Appetite stimulation.
• Sleep problems, pets with anxiety and health issues that keep them from getting a restful night of sleep.
Are there any adverse side effects of using Treatibles and CBD?
Customers and vets using the product have reported no negative side effects and no adverse effects.
Can my animal take Treatibles with other medications?
Yes. There are no contradictions as reported by vets and customers.
Is there any chance my animal will get "high" from Treatibles and CBD?
No. Treatibles do not utilize THC, the psychoactive cannabinoid, nor do they contain any cannabis. CBD is a non psychoactive cannabinoid and does not cause any "high" whatsoever.
Does heating the CBD make it inert or less effective?
No. Heating below 400 degrees has no effect on the CBD.
How does freezing and oxygen affect CBD efficacy?
Freezing and oxygen has no effect on CBD efficacy.
Does the CBD have a flavor?
At Treatibles, we use a refined extract of CBD from the hemp plant that is virtually flavorless. Dogs generally do not like the flavor of cannabinoids so we mask them with other delicious and nutritious ingredients.
Do Treatibles need to be compliant with any special laws if it has no cannabis?
No. Since it has no cannabis, less than .3% THC, and the CBD is derived from hemp, it is totally legal.
What is the endocannabinoid system? And what animals have one?
All animals, except insects, have an endocannabinoid system and respond to cannabinoids. The endocannabinoed system is made up of receptors through the brain and the body. Please visit our Cannabinoid and Science page to learn more!
When was the endocannabinoid system first discovered and what does it regulate?
The endocannabinoid system was first discovered by Rafael Mechoulam, an Israeli scientist, in the 1960's. the endocannabinoid system helps to regulate homeostasis in the body. Please visit our Cannabinoid and Science page to learn more!
How do cannabinoids work in the body?
Your pet has natural messenger cannabinoids called anandamide that stimulate receptors present in their brain and throughout the body. The cannabinoids in cannabis attach to those same receptors and resist letting go,making the effect more powerful and longer lasting. For a more detailed explanation, please visit our Cannabinoid and Science page.
How long has Treatibles been around?
Treatibles has been around since 2013. We first began selling Treatibles in CA Medical cannabis dispensaries after many requests from patients inquiring about using CBD for their pet's needs.
What has the response been like for Treatibles?
The responses collected from pet owners that are using the product have been fascinating and are helping us to learn so much more about these powerful nontoxic compounds. The first 2500 bags of treats sold included a feedback card and we are logging all results received back from pet owners, explaining the reason for the purchase and observed results. We continue to receive positive feedback daily from thousands of our customers.
Does the Treatibles team work with any veterinarians?
Yes. Many veterinarians are currently using the products in their practices regularly. For example many veterinarians use the treats when clients first arrive at the office with their animals to ease the anxiety of the visit. They also recommend the products for a myriad of other acute and chronic issues in animals they work with.
Are there other professionals who use Treatibles in their practice?
We also have trainers, behaviorists, animal communicators, and groomers all over the U.S. that use the product with clients in their practices. For example they often use the products for stress/anxiety, trauma, aggression, socializing with dogs and people, panic, and depression.
Does the Treatibles team work with any rescue operations?
Yes. We donate to many rescue organizations in California and are funding a small study with dogs in need from the Milo Foundation in Northern California.
When will there be cat specific products and what other products are you developing?
Although it is perfectly safe for cats to use our current Treatibles, we hope to release cat- specific products in 2016. We are working on grain-free dehydrated treats for dogs and cats, horse treats, treats for farm animals, and more varieties of treats for dogs.