Review on Honest Paws CBD Infused Coconut Oil – for Dogs

Why did Myrcene, Fenchone, Linalool, Caryophyllene and Nerolidol cross the road? – To escape the diabolical Daminozide!

The plant growth retardant, Daminozide, was one of the first developed back in the early nineteen-sixties but has been banned for health concerns by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Honest Paws is in San Juan, Puerto Rico, processing CBD into dog treats.

Honest Paws’ CBD Infused Coconut Oil for dogs contains 697.25 LCS % Rec. Daminozide (Laboratory Control Sample, percentage Recommended). The LCS % Limits is only 30-150. The small print reads, “Above Limit Range.”

Potential health concerns for dogs eating Daminozide include, but are not limited to, tiredness, (hmmm), liver function abnormalities, GI issues, and cancer.

This product does have some beneficial terpenes. (In this review, the terpene levels are demonstrated by *.) Myrcene *** is one of the top ten primary cannabinoid terpenes. Myrcene smells like cloves and offers sedative effects, encourages analgesic responses to pain, and suppresses cell reproduction to aid in cancer treatment. Linalool ** aids anxiety, is an anesthetic, anti-convulsant and analgesic. Caryophyllene *** is anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and protects cells’ lining in the digestive track. Fenchone ***** has anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties. Nerolidol, like myrcene is a sedative and it is the most plentiful at ********************. This terpene information suggests that the terpenes are primarily responsible for the ‘calming’ effect. But the side effect of tiredness from Daminozide could also be responsible.

The extraction method is unknown.

There is no certificate of analysis, COA, on the website. With an email request one was sent the next day. The product’s identity as the Lab Controlled Substance was properly identified and the date was recent. But because there is no ‘batch correlation’ for the consumer, there is no guarantee that the lab report matches the product.

Look at the label: 100% Pure Full-Spectrum
Look at the ‘Active Ingredients: Full Spectrum CBD Oil containing active amounts of CBD, CBDV, CBG and CBC.

Now look at the COA sent to represent this product.

CBD is the ‘single’ analyte. This is an isolate.
The reassuring icons are from Honest Paws’ website.

Daminozide is a manmade growth retardant that stunts the natural, as in ‘All-Natural’ growth of living plants.

The dosage rates share the weight of two weighted dogs, a below 25, and above 25 dosage recommendation.

Below is Honest Paws’ story and mission statement:

“Our Story

At Honest Paws, we believe that health comes first. We want to do more than just provide a solution for your pet’s ailments, we want to help you embrace the limited time you have together. True health starts from within, which is why we created products that not only keep your pet looking healthy, but help them feel good, too.

We are passionate about creating ways to help your pet live a longer, healthier, happier life. Remember, your pet won’t live as long as you do, so it’s important to make the most of the time you have together.

Your pet deserves the very best, which is why we have sourced the most exceptional, pure CBD oil and natural ingredients. We hold ourselves to the highest standards of manufacturing processes in order to maintain freshness and effectiveness. Honest Paws products are one of a kind – just like your pet.”

Honest Paws has an Affiliate Marketing program and when I inquired was invited to take the first steps.

To preserve integrity, CBD Girl Next Door declined.

Here is Honest Paw’s CBD Oil Infused Coconut Oil’s Chart (for those who are not afraid of dosing their dog with a bit of Daminozide.)

The purpose of this review is to bring awareness of the need to shop wisely and in ‘community.’

Later – CBD Girl Next Door – your CBD Watchdog.


Honest Paw’s CBD Infused Coconut Oil for dogs

Russo, Ethan B. “Taming THC: Potential Cannabis Synergy and phytocannabinoid‐terpenoid Entourage Effects.” British Journal of Pharmacology, vol. 163, no. 7, 2011, pp. 1344-1364.

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