Receptra’s CBD oil for pets comes in two concentrations, a 16mg and a 25mg bottle, which helps owners dial in their dosage for maximum value for money.
We think Receptra offers a great balance of quality and price, with a cost per mg of CBD of 6 cents. While this isn’t the lowest cost per mg available, it is a highly competitive price for such a high-quality extract, which is why we gave Receptra the ‘Best Value’ spot in our overall rankings.
Studying the lab report, we can see that Receptra’s extraction contains a good amount of CBD with a handful of supporting cannabinoids, making it on the lower end of the full spectrum range.
It also contains more CBD-V than most other pet CBD brands—a cannabinoid that’s strongly associated with anticonvulsant effects.
Both CBD and CBD-V have been the subject of several clinical studies testing cannabis as a treatment for seizures. CBD is also able to reduce common seizure-related symptoms such as nausea and inflammation.
Like a number of other pet-focused brands, Receptra infuses their extract into an organic MCT oil. Using a high-fat oil increases dogs’ ability to absorb active cannabis ingredients, though a small number of owners have reported stomach issues in their dogs when consuming MCT oil made from coconuts.