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Using CBD to supplement your fitness routine

 

 

Can you use CBD to supplement your fitness routine if you're an athlete?

Intense athletic activitity can make demands on the body. All of which can contribute to physical and mental stress. Which is why, cannabidiol (CBD) supplements and other natural products have been gaining in popularity in recent times.

Although the media is full of articles claiming a number of benefits for CBD, such as pain relief and improvement in sleep quality, none of these claims have been substantiated by reliable scientific data. What has been documented, however, is the synergistic collaboration between the many natural compounds that are present in industrial hemp. This collaboration, known as the entourage effect, can play an important role in enhancing your fitness routine.

Our orange and peppermint flavored tinctures and our softgels have been developed to give you the benefits of the entourage effect. In addition, CBD products can work in unison with nutrient-rich essential oils to try and deliver wellness. These well-balanced combinations have been harmoniously blended in our balms. However, there are other aspects of CBD that you might want to learn about if you happen to an athlete. One of the most important among these is whether it can raise alarms during drug tests. Although the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) removed CBD from its list of prohibited substances in 2018, it would be wise to use caution before using it to support your fitness regimen. There are concerns that not all CBD retailers subject their products to rigorous laboratory testing, as a result of which their products might contain higher levels of THC than is advertised on the label. Therefore, it's important to do your research on CBD retailers and products before adding CBD to your fitness routine. Always ensure that the CBD product you use has less than 0.3% THC, which is the federally-allowed legal THC limit in the United States.

Finally, a number of factors might affect how CBD works in your body. These include your body weight, product strength, and any other medications you might be taking at the time. Which is why it is always important to talk to your doctor before using CBD to supplement your fitness routine if you're an athlete.