Considering CBD for your pet? Top Three SFRAW Recommended CBD Products

We do not sell CBD products at SFRAW.  We recommend that our members purchase reputable cannabis/marijuana (organic whole, raw plant) CBD products from their local cannabis dispensary, direct from the producer, and/or to use a home cannabis product delivery service. There are three product lines available currently that we recommend. Our first choice, is from Fiddler’s Greens. Their *raw* tinctures are made using the whole, organic plant that has been grown outdoors in nature, and they have not been heat-processed (decarboxylated).  They use a natural, clean, toxin-free extraction technique to provide a genuine and true herbal remedy that is considered safer for dogs and cats (since it is non-decarboxylated). We recommend two of these fine products only (we do not recommend the OG Kush for use in animals). For animals with most chronic conditions, Fiddler’s Greens Raw ACDC (20:1 CBDa/THCa ratio) is going to be a good first choice to experience the many benefits of a true herbal, unrefined CBD remedy.

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Updated Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Food Energetics Chart Using SFRAW Sourced Ingredients & Novel Proteins

We have recently updated our TCM Food Energetics list — we hope this is helpful to guide you to select foods according to their action on the body when it comes to supporting a balanced Chi (Yin = cooling foods, or Yang = hot foods). Keep in mind, how animals being raised for food live before slaughter (confinement operations vs. wild or truly pasture-raised; also, breed: modern commercial vs. heritage breeds); how meals/foods are prepared, and at which temperature they are served will all influence a meal’s energetic influence on the body/Chi of the consumer. When cooked, a food’s energy is altered from the raw energy to be more warming. When a “warm” ingredient is served raw and cold, this will have a cooler influence. When a “cool” ingredient is served cooked/heated, it can have a warmer effect. The “hottest” forms of cooking involve very high heat such as frying or grilling. Steaming, baking/dehydrating, braising and other forms of “slow

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