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Table Of Contents
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- What is CBD oil for Parrots, Cockatiels, and Conures?
- What can it do?
- Is CBD oil safe for birds?
- How much CBD oil can you give birds?
- Potential Side Effects of CBD
- CBD for parrots who hurt themselves
- Can CBD relieve stress in parrots?
- Can CBD help Parrots, Cockatiels, and Conures with pain?
- Buying tips for CBD oil for birds
- Frequently asked questions
What is CBD oil for Parrots, Cockatiels, and Conures?
Our CBD oil for parrots, cockatiels, and conures is made with C02 extracted CBD from the non-psychoactive cannabis Sativa plant known as hemp.
The CBD extract is mixed with organically grown fractioned coconut oil to make it palatable and bring it to the correct strength for birds weighing 67-1000g. The 2018 farm bill made it legal to give CBD products to your bird as long as it comes from a hemp plant containing less than 0.3% THC.
What can it do?
CBD oil interacts with your parrot’s endocannabinoid system (ECS), which is thought to regulate bodily functions like anxiety, inflammation, and cardiovascular health. All vertebrates have an ECS, including humans, dogs, and birds.
Endocannabinoids are naturally occurring compounds found in birds and humans and are similar in chemical structure to cannabinoids present in the hemp plant. The similarities between naturally present Endocannabinoids and those in hemp may explain how CBD oil works for parrots, cockatiels, and conures.
The FDA has approved the study of CBD for the treatment of anxiety, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, schizophrenia, and much more in humans. There have also been numerous studies involving other domesticated animals.
The FDA approved one CBD drug to treat rare forms of epilepsy in humans. While CBD is not FDA approved for treating animal health issues, neither are most drugs that veterinarians prescribe for animals; they are almost always used off-label.
Is CBD oil safe for birds?
There are no studies on the safety of CBD oil for parrots, cockatiels, or conures; however, there are many on other animals, including birds, which have shown CBD to have a good safety profile.
Smaller animals are more sensitive to cannabinoids such as CBD and THC, so finding an appropriate product for your bird is important. Our CBD oil for parrots, cockatiels, and conures is manufactured to the highest standards, thoroughly lab tested, accurately labeled, and doesn’t contain any psychoactive THC.
Research has shown THC toxicity to be more prevalent in small animals than in humans. For this reason, and the frequent mislabeling of CBD products, it’s very important to purchase CBD oil from a reputable company. When small animals are concerned, accurate labeling and dosage are very important.
How much CBD oil can you give birds?
After consulting with numerous PHDs and Doctors of Veterinarian Medicine, we believe that a good amount of CBD for birds is 0.5 to 1 mg of CBD per kg of body weight. We print an easy-to-use dosage table on every bottle, so you won’t have to get your calculator out to determine the correct dosage.
It would be best to weigh your bird accurately, as small animals are generally more sensitive to CBD, so getting the dose correct is important. Our Parrot CBD oil is designed for birds weighing 67-1000g.
The ideal way to give CBD oil to your bird is to place the dropper in their mouth; however, for the less cooperative, there are other options. Other options include adding the oil to food or purchasing our CBD parrot treats. If CBD is absorbed through digestion, you will need to increase the dose as less is absorbed.
Potential Side Effects of CBD
There are some possible side effects of CBD oil for parrots. Fortunately, they are relatively mild compared to most prescribed or over-the-counter medications.
Side effects may manifest as dry mouth, diarrhea, drowsiness, fatigue, or reduced appetite. These side effects are relatively rare and will subside if the dose is reduced or you stop using the product.
CBD for Parrots who hurt themselves
Feather-picking and self-mutilation behaviors are common in Psittacine Birds like parrots, cockatiels, and conures. Feather-plucking ranges from over-preening and chewing to complete removal of all body feathers, a big shock to bird owners. Research has shown that there are two primary categories for feather picking: medical and behavioral.
CBD can promote a sense of relaxation and help maintain physical and mental well-being through its interaction with your parrot’s ECS.
The ECS is located throughout the bodies of birds, including the skin, providing a vehicle to get CBD oil where it’s needed the most.
Our CBD oil is carried in a coconut-derived and organically grown MCT oil that provides essential fatty acids, including Omega 3 and 6. Both have been shown to have antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties that may benefit skin issues, improve gut health, and reduce the growth of oral bacteria.
Can CBD relieve stress in Parrots?
As stress is unfortunately common in domestic birds, it’s not surprising that pet parents are looking to CBD as a natural solution.
Research has shown that CBD can promote stress relief by interacting with the ECS, the system present in humans, dogs, and birds that is believed to keep their bodily functions in balance.
Stress responses can affect the digestive system of birds, which can become a major problem. The ECS has been linked to appetite, and one of the most commonly noted side effects of CBD is appetite change.
Can CBD help Parrots, Cockatiels, and Conures with pain?
Because of the risk of adverse effects and the high cost of treatment, avian pain is frequently neglected. CBD interacts with the ECS in birds, a system that has been linked to bodily systems which reduce pain perception and initiate relief signals.
We suggest discussing CBD oil with your veterinarian if your parrot, cockatiel, or conure suffers from pain.
Buying tips for CBD oil for birds
Buying the correct CBD oil for parrots is important because of their small size and sensitivity to cannabinoids.
Make sure you buy from a reputable company that lists ingredients and lab results in an easily accessible manner. We urge you to go in and check the results; if they aren’t recent, conducted by a third party, or accurate, then stay away. A dosage table is useless if the product doesn’t contain the labeled amount of CBD.
We manufacture our CBD oil for parrots in an ISO6 cleanroom in San Diego and comply with the FDA’s good manufacturing processes. We use only human-grade ingredients which have been farmed without the use of harmful pesticides and fertilizers. All of these ingredients are fully tracible.
The above standards should be the minimum you look for in CBD oil for your bird.
We do our best to ship all orders within 24 hours of receipt – (Monday – Saturday)
Orders are shipped from San Diego, California, USA.
No, CBD is not weed for birds, and it won’t get your parrot, cockatiel, or conure high. Weed comes from the flowers of the marijuana plant; our CBD oils for birds comes from the flowers of the hemp plant.
The amount of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabidiol (CBD) in these two plants is the most significant difference.
• Hemp CBD – Hemp plants are a type of Cannabis Sativa that contains a high concentration of CBD while carrying less than 0.3 percent THC. Because hemp-derived CBD oils do not contain THC, they are non-intoxicating while yet providing CBD and other cannabinoids.
• Marijuana (weed) – Marijuana is made from the flowers of the Cannabis Indica and Cannabis Sativa plants. When consumed, smoked, or vaped, these blossoms can contain up to 30% THC, which can provide a potent high.
Although marijuana has many potential health benefits for people, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) warns that it can cause major health problems and even death in birds.
Anyone who has a bird will know that they can be very picky eaters. When developing our CBD products, we tried full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, and CBD isolate products.
What we learned was that Full and broad-spectrum products are more effective than isolate, but full-spectrum can be quite strong in taste and odor.
Thus we prefer a broad-spectrum formula for birds.
If all else fails, you can resort to a CBD isolate product; this will be odorless and tasteless unless it has added flavors. You will need to use more, and may still not be able to achieve the same results.
• After talking with a number of PhDs and veterinarians, we believe that 0.5 to 1 mg of CBD per kg of body weight is an appropriate dosage of CBD for birds. Every bottle comes with an easy-to-follow dosage table, so you won’t have to dig out your calculator to figure out how much to take.
CBD as an industry is still in the early phases, and there is a lot of confusion surrounding hemp oil vs. CBD oil for parrots, cockatiels, and conures.
What matters is what part of the hemp plant they are made with:
Hemp CBD Oil – This is what you will find in Relievet items: it comes from the blossoms of the hemp plant, which contain 12 – 18% CBD and numerous other useful cannabinoids. To be legitimate, it needs to contain under 0.3% THC so it will not get your birds high •
Hemp Seed Oil – This is what you will find on amazon, its really against their terms of administration to sell CBD items. It comes from the seeds of the hemp plant, and is plentiful in nutrients and minerals, it contains practically no CBD or other advantageous cannabinoids.
Relievet CBD for Pets understands that some products are not suited for certain pets. If this is the case for you and your bird, reach out within 30-days of purchase for a full refund.
We recommend storing our CBD oil for parrots, cockatiels, and conures in a cool place, away from direct sunlight.
There are some possible side effects of CBD oil for parrots, cockatiels, and conures. Fortunately, they are relatively mild compared to most prescribed medications. Side effects can be dry mouth, diarrhea, drowsiness, fatigue, or reduced appetite. These side effects are relatively rare and will letup if the dose is reduced or you stop using the product.
For our CBD oil, a couple of drops can be managed straight in the mouth (either under the tongue or in the cheeks) utilizing the plastic dropper we supply. This is how we would suggest you make certain of the correct amount is taken.
Then again, you can add to water or a food bowl. Adding to food or water is less powerful as the bird may not drink/eat the entirety of the substance, so the sum may not be to the point of producing results.
Can Birds Take CBD Oil?
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If you supplement a bird’s diet with CBD oil you can hope for benefits including:
- Protection against and reduced inflammation
- Fortified immunity system
- Reduced stress
- Support for a healthier lifestyle in older birds
Birds & CBD Oil
CBD works by acting on cannabinoid receptors in the body’s cells.
CBD can alter neurotransmitter release in the brain, so scientifically speaking, any creature with an endocannabinoid system can be affected by CBD and therefore receive the benefits.
An advantage of CBD is that there are (as yet) minimal side effects for birds which means that it can be used as any other kind of supplement that you might include in your pigeon’s diet.
Of course, just because it is safe in general, it doesn’t mean that every bird actually needs CBD oil, so it is always best to consult with a vet before you start your bird on a course of the treatment.
Each bird will respond differently to CBD, but you can be assured that administering CBD oil isn’t going to cause any detrimental effects.
How Can Birds Take CBD Oil?
It is important to make sure that you get the dosage right when giving your bird a course of CBD oil.
Again, the amount that a bird needs will vary greatly depending on factors like the size of the bird and the problems that it is having.
You can add hemp seeds directly to your regular bird food as they are easily digestible.
Add a small amount to the mix.
If you are going to administer CBD via an oil, most recommend a single drop, twice a day for every 500g of the bird’s weight.
The CBD oil can be dropped directly into the bird’s mouth if they are amenable, or if you prefer to drop the oil in the bird’s drinking water then that is also an accepted and appropriate method.
There are sprays that are designed to be taken orally too which some owners have tried using in their bird feeders but it is very hit and miss as to whether your pigeons will take to the taste.
Your pigeons may not enjoy the flavor of the carrier oil.
CBD oil products also tend to be rich in omega-3, so take care not to overdose if, for example, you are already giving your pigeon cod liver oil and then add CBD to their diet.
Choosing to administer CBD to your pigeons is a personal preference and down to whether you choose to believe the hype and the claims about its benefits.
In time, science will either prove or disprove them.
Many pigeon fanciers are happy with the results – particularly for racing pigeons – and there are CBD products specifically designed for pigeons.
What Is CBD Oil?
CBD is the shortened name for cannabidiol, which has become a popular natural remedy used by humans for several different common ailments.
Cannabidiol is one of more than 100 components that can be found in the cannabis plant.
- CBD can be derived from hemp or cannabis. They are both the same plant but some strains contain higher concentrations of THC (these are cannabis).
- Cannabidiol is not the component in the plant that induces the feeling of being ‘high’ that is most commonly associated with cannabis.
The high is caused by tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the principal psychoactive constituent of cannabis.
Taking CBD oil isn’t going to produce any feeling of being ‘stoned’ which some people worry about when CBD is suggested for them.
When you buy products containing CBD oil, you will find they will state that the CBD has been derived from hemp plants.
This is because products have to contain less than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol to be legal (although in some US states, CBD is still illegal).
Marijuana-derived CBD products are illegal in the UK (where the law states that CBD products must contain zero THC) and mostly illegal in the USA (in some states they are legal).
How Is CBD Oil Made?
CBD oil is made by extracting the cannabidiol from the hemp plant and then diluting it with a partner carrier oil such as hemp seed oil or coconut oil.
It can be manufactured into a number of different products that are available for human consumption and usage, with some of the most popular being dietary supplements, gummies, vaping liquids, and even bath soaks.
What Are The Human Benefits Of CBD Oil?
Despite the massive increase in popularity and use (It is estimated that there are more than 1.3 million regular users in the UK), science has not categorically confirmed the benefits of CBD oil.
However, since the legal status changed, there is greater research.
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Parkinson’s disease
- Multiple sclerosis
It may also help with managing general and chronic pain, anxiety and depression and a study published in the Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry journal has linked CBD oil to healthy weight loss.
Here are some of the benefits of taking CBD oil.
Cannabis has been used as a form of pain relief as far back as 2900 BC.
In being able to extract the CBD oil from the plant leaving behind the THC, people are now able to get all of the pain relief without having to worry about the psychoactive properties.
Pain is one of the key things that CBD oil can dull in the human body, and it is particularly popular among those who suffer from things like arthritis, major inflammation, multiple sclerosis or even cancer … really any condition that results in a constant level of pain for the sufferer.
Anxiety is something that millions, if not billions, of people around the world suffer with on a daily basis.
CBD oil has been proven to be a supplement that can have a calming and relaxing effect without any sensations of an out-of-body or under the influence experience.
CBD oil can also have positive effects on other mental health issues like post-traumatic stress disorder, insomnia and depression.
CBD oil has been linked to the efficient operation of the circulatory system. It can help to lower high blood pressure which reduces the risk of heart attacks and strokes.
Regular consumption of CBD oil is believed to be able to treat and entirely prevent the debilitating seizures that are commonly associated with epilepsy.
This is one of the main reasons why there was such a big push to legalize and make official the use of CBD oil in lots of countries around the world.
The Silvery pigeon is a fairly large species of pigeon that is native to Malaysia and Indonesia. Named for its coloring, this pigeon is also known as the Silvery wood pigeon or the Grey wood.
One of the most familiar characteristics of feral and wood pigeons is their iridescent necks. This shiny, almost mermaid-style visual effect of green and purple is one of the most interesting and.