The Hadassah Medical School at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel published the study, "Overcoming the Bell‐Shaped Dose‐Response of Cannabidiol by Using Cannabis Extract Enriched in Cannabidiol" in February of 2015. This study administered a full spectrum hemp extract which was high in CBD and also contained small amounts of THC, as well as CBD isolate and a placebo to mice. The results showed that the full spectrum hemp oil was more effective at a greater range of dosing than the isolate at reducing pain and inflammation.
"Can CBD Undo the Anxious Side Effects of THC?" is the title of a fantastic article on Leafly.com which includes links to peer-reviewed studies. If you live in a state that allows medical and or recreational cannabis use, you may find CBD helpful as a tool to counter the unwanted side effects of high THC products. Find out more by clicking the link below!
This article on the Dr. Axe website is a great source for learning more about CBD dosage and benefits. Halfway down the page you will find a helpful table for dosing suggestions.
This page on The National Center for Biotechnology Information website is a very thorough review of the neurological benefits of phtocannabinoids. This includes studies on the efficacy of cannabidiol (CBD) for anxiety, epilepsy, and much more.
Embrace Pet Insurance has a page devoted to the success stories of pets helped by CBD. Follow the link below to read these touching stories of how CBD changed the lives of pets and their parents.
PetMD's general overview of CBD oil for dogs.