Martha Stewart will sell cannabis for dogs
A new line of animal products will contain cannabis. The idea of launching their own line of supplements and drops containing CBD, which is derived from cannabis, was brought to life by Martha Stewart, a well-known host of cooking shows in the United States.
CBD has become a big trend in recent years as research on this substance is finding more and more beneficial properties and fewer and fewer possible side effects. This has made it possible to add it to a variety of products in the pharmaceutical, medical and food industries.
It will be added to cookies and dog drops. The TV host believes the relaxing properties of the supplements will help animals cope with stress and stay healthy.
Many people treat dogs as full-fledged family members and almost their own children, considering their mental and physiological state. Such supplements can have a beneficial effect on their well-being.
The product line will consist of three areas – wellness, tranquility, and mobility. Approximate prices will range from $20 to $23, depending on the breed of dog.
Experts say the market for cannabis-containing products is growing rapidly. Specifically, research data shows that sales of CBD products were $37.4 million, and experts forecast the market to grow to $400 million by 2027.
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