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I had been giving Diesel cannabis oil for a long time, with only positive results, for pain, inflammation, and sedation.

I should add that his oil was made from mostly sativa which is THC prominent.

Diesel had IBD and started on Metronidazole (Flagyl).

After much experimenting I have finally concluded that cannabis exacerbates some of the side effects associated with taking Metronidazole (Flagyl) in both dogs and people.

In my research I have read that cannabis helps sooth the stomach lining and has a calming effect.

The Metronidazole side effects include disoriented, wobbling, twitching, and sensitivity to being touched.

I hope this is an isolated incident because I love the oil for dogs.

P.S. I was in communication with the late Dr. Kramer regarding the use of oil.

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