No High offers a single pet CBD product, in only one size: this full spectrum CBD oil. At 12 cents per mg of CBD, it sits at the lower price point for a non-organic oil, although a lack of information about the carrier oil used makes it hard to accurately assess value for money.
In fact, a lack of information seems to be the defining feature of this product. We’d love to tell you more about it, but No High’s product descriptions consist mostly of generic information about CBD, and not details about this specific oil. For example, it’s not clear where the hemp used to create No High’s products is grown, beyond being sourced with the United States. While it’s good to know that their main ingredient conforms to minimum national standards, this is a long way from the customer service provided by the more reputable, ‘seed-to-shelf’ CBD brands featured on this site.
One thing that No High has made accessible is their independent tests, which show that this oil contains a legitimate full spectrum extraction, with an impressive amount of the secondary cannabinoid CBC. CBC, or Cannabichromene, is known to help reduce pain and inflammation, and encourage neurogenesis (brain cell growth).
Because this is a full spectrum oil, however, it also contains small amounts of THC. (Even hemp plants bred for CBD production retain traces of this psychoactive cannabinoid. Broad-spectrum or isolate extraction processes are needed to create an oil that’s genuinely zero THC). So, while No High’s CBD oil definitely won’t get your dog ‘high’, we do think it’s a little disingenuous to market oil that contains THC under this brand name, especially when there are many superior zero-THC pet CBD products out there.