Who exactly are those athletes who use CBD and why do they do it? I could now list the benefits of CBD, but this time I want to go a little deeper. After three years of CBD SPORTS, I have a good idea of why people first take CBD as a supplement and continue to take it. History shows us that it is often the top athletes who start using a supplement or a substance for the first time and when that proves successful, the other athletes follow. I am thinking here of examples such as protein, creatine and magnesium, but also of testosterone, anabolic steroids, EPO (Erythropoietin) and HGH (Human Growth Hormone). The first examples are still examples of supplementation that are allowed in professional sports, but the enumeration that follows are of course prohibited substances for professional athletes as these performance-enhancing and, not unimportantly, can also be harmful to the user. Athletes may also use medications such as ibuprofen, acetaminophen, diclofenac, salbutamol, opiates, and morphine. You may be feeling a little dizzy right now. The drugs mentioned are mainly painkillers and salbutamol comes in an inhaler that is often used by people who suffer from a form of asthmatic bronchitis. These substances are prohibited substances for a professional athlete, but it is also possible that a certain dosage is allowed when an athlete needs the substance due to a medical condition, as is the case with salbutamol (the inhaler), for example.The dividing line between a supplement, a drug or even drugs is often thin. A top athlete will always try to get the most out of his or her body. These athletes therefore often cannot escape the use of aids such as supplements and medication to allow their bodies to function optimally. Someone who sports at a "lower" level is actually not very different. You exercise to allow your body and mind to function optimally. To be healthy, to be resilient and to have enough energy every day to do your work and other daily things. The answer to the question of which athletes use CBD is therefore every athlete should use CBD. Before I ask "and why?" will answer do I still want to place CBD in the right place in the list of supplement, medicine or drugs.I already indicated that the dividing line is often thin and that is no different with CBD. In any case, CBD in itself is not a drug. You could possibly place Cannabis in there if you use the THC component. This psychoactive substance is therefore on the doping list as a prohibited substance for athletes. There is also such a thing as medicinal cannabis that is used to treat epilepsy, among other things. The medicinal cannabis always comes from 1 plant from 1 seed that is cloned each time so that the composition of the resources such as oil or pills from extraction is always the same. CBD SPORTS sells the supplement variant of CBD and this is therefore not a medicine and no drugs. No drugs, because the THC is not present in the products. Not a medicine, because the extraction is obtained from various plants that grow from different seeds and can have a different structure per product and batch. As a rule, the doses in supplements are lower than those in the medicinal variant, which often also contains THC.Athletes use the CBD supplements for various reasons. Treating muscle or joint pain, improving sleep, recovering from strenuous exercise, fighting inflammation, and reducing stress and anxiety are the most common reasons for using CBD in various forms on a daily basis. Like all other supplements, it is therefore not a short cut to lose weight quickly, get big muscles or improve your performance.
CBD and the other cannabinoids are still popular within the MMA communities. MMA fighters were amongst the first athletes trying out CBD supplements and topicals and since then stayed loyal towards using CBD in their daily regimen. The reasons are obvious. MMA athletes demand a lot from their body & mind. Anxiety, stress, insomnia, bruises, wounds, muscle strains, soreness, joint and tendon aches, you name it. MMA athletes suffer from all these inconveniences on a daily base. Not only when they actually fight, but also when they train to be ready for that fight. They are constantly taken out of their comfort zone and can only make progression when they're able to return quickly to a balanced state of their body and mind. AKA homeostasis. You probably know by now that the endocannabinoid system (ECS) plays a very important role in the human body for our survival. This is due to its ability to play a critical role in maintaining the homeostasis of the human body, which encompasses the brain, endocrine, and immune system, to name a few. The quicker they recover, the more progression they make.
Earlier this month, the news came out that the American professional disc team Colorado Summit will be playing this season with a new shirt sponsor. In the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL) 25 teams from the USA and Canada come from four divisions. Central, South, West and East. You can compare an Ultimate Disc (UD) match to a rugby or American Football match. Replace the ball with a Frisbee. You can run without a Frisbee, but you can't do that with the Frisbee in your possession. Passing forward is allowed within an UD game and you score points if the Frisbee is caught in the end zone. If you don't catch the disc, the opposing team takes over. If you watch the video for one minute, you get it immediately.
Who exactly are those athletes who use CBD and why do they do it? I could now just list the benefits of CBD, but this time I want to go a little deeper. After three years of building CBD SPORTS I think have a good idea why people take CBD as a supplement for the first time and continue to take it. History shows us that it is often the professional athletes who start using a supplement or a substance for the first time and when that proves successful, the other athletes and active life stylers follow. I am thinking of examples such as protein, creatine and magnesium, but also testosterone, anabolic steroids, EPO (Erythropoietin) and HGH (Human Growth Hormone). The first examples are still examples of supplementation that are allowed in professional sports, but the following list are of course prohibited substances for professional athletes, as this enhances performance and, not unimportantly, can also be harmful to the user. Athletes may also use medications such as Advil, Tylenol, NSAID's, salbutamol, opiates and morphine. Maybe it starts to dazzle you a little by now with al these substances athletes might use. The medicines mentioned are mainly painkillers and salbutamol is the substance in an inhaler that is often used by people who suffer from a form of asthmatic bronchitis. These substances are prohibited for a professional athlete, but a certain dose may also be allowed if an athlete needs the drug due to a medical condition, such as with salbutamol (the inhaler).The line between a supplement, a drug or even drugs is often thin. A top athlete will always try to get the most out of his or her body. These athletes therefore often cannot avoid getting a little help from supplementation and medication to allow their bodies to function optimally. Someone who exercises at a "lower" level is in fact not very different. You exercise to allow your body and mind to function optimally. To be healthy, to be resilient to diseases and to have enough energy every day to be able to do your work and other daily tasks. The answer to the question which athletes use CBD is therefore simple: every athlete should use CBD.
You may have read by now that CBD Sport Supplements can provide you with a number of benefits, but how do you start with CBD?There are basically two ways how to take CBD. On or in your body. On your body is the easiest. Apply CBD topically by means of a cream, ointment, balm, oil or gel. You can do that as often as necessary. Athletes use CBD most to prevent or treat muscle and joint pain after training. Warming creams before training to prevent muscle soreness and cooling creams for the treatment of pain, bruises or impact spots after training. It gets more complicated when we talk about CBD in your body. CBD supplements can be taken in many ways. The most popular way is taking CBD oil drops under your tongue, but you can also swallow tablets, capsules or pills, or you eat or drink products that contain CBD and as a last option you can inhale CBD through vaping, smoking or through an inhaler device.Every label on a CBD product must state the amount of CBD in milligrams, in addition to the other ingredients of course. This is generally quite clear with tablets and capsules. For example, the vegan gel capsules from PACHAMAMA contain 25Mg per capsule. The Hex tablets from CB.do contain 30Mg CBD. This also applies to the CBD products that you can eat or drink. A Rabbit Lifestyle drink contains 15Mg per can and a scoop of the Naturecan Whey Protein contains 25Mg CBD.
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When you start using CBD, there is a term that is important to understand: "bioavailability", which Wikipedia defines as "Bioavailability, often abbreviated to bioavailability, is a pharmaceutical term that indicates the extent to which a drug's active ingredients become available at the intended place in your body."Usually this is defined as follows:Bioavailability is the fraction of the dose of a drug that enters the general circulation (past the portal venous system and liver) unchanged relative to intravenous application and the rate at which this occurs."
CBD is increasingly used by athletes. Much is written about the effect of CBD in the body. The endocannabinoid system is explained and the different types of CBD as isolate, broad spectrum and full spectrum are featured in many informative blogs. The results of many studies are added in and the benefits such as better sleep, less pain and faster recovery are widely acclaimed. The reviews for the various products show many enthusiastic reactions from users. "My life has completely changed", "Took a few drops and never slept so well", "My immunity is a lot better and the pain is totally gone" and so on. There are many positive reviews to be found on all CBD providers blogs. Still, it is wise to read all those positive reviews with a critical eye. The effect is certainly not the same for everyone and it depends very much on what you use, how you use it and the reason why you use CBD. In fact, starting with a random CBD oil can be very unwise to do and can have a negative effect on your training results.
Athletes are all turning to CBD! Golfers, professional athletes, skaters, runners, CrossFit athletes, martial artists and also professional football players use CBD.If you now think that they are all dropping THC with illegal cannabis oil, then you are mistaken.
It looks like the industry is now proving them wrong. I used two graphics in my presentation. One the prognosis of growth of CBD products in the USA to the year 2022 (worldwide wasn't available at that time) and a worldwide prognosis of sport supplements. CBD in the USA was predicted to grow to 22 billion US dollars and sport supplements to 44 billion US dollars. Take in account that the prognosis was about all categories CBD products.
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CBD supplements in general, but particularly in Sport is booming. Almost every athlete has already heard of the magic drops. A few drops under your tongue and you sleep, recover and perform better is the fast circulating buzz. The drops that athletes do know until now are for example ear drops when your ears are stuffy, especially swimmers and water polo players know them. Nose drops for a running nose are a favourite with endurance athletes and I used eye drops myself when I was still playing tennis. The gravel sometimes gets into your eye and that can be tremendously irritating. A few drops in your eye does miracles to regain a clear vision.
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It is generally accepted that CBD can act as an anti-inflammatory. This allows sports injuries to be reduced.Our range, Balms and Lotions helps to relax and care for tight muscles.In addition, it helps with joint pain, which can make your life a lot more pleasant.CBD Muscle Recovery Gel:How does that actually work?Gregory Gerdeman, Ph.D., neurophysiologist who studies cannabinoid biology and pharmacology at Eckerd College in Saint Petersburg, FL. explains.When you do strength training, you create micro-tears (damage) in your muscles, therefore you feel painful as you heal. Once your immune cells detect damage, they release inflammatory mediators to repair the tissue. However, CBD has the ability to limit the release of some pro-inflammatory signals, helping with pain without completely interfering with healing.Finally, you have receptors called TrpV1 that detect and regulate your body temperature. When activated, they release heat, softening your pain receptors. By using this channel, CBD makes these pain receptors hyperactive for a period of time, making them warm, desensitizing, and down-regulating those pain-sensitive nerve endings.Applied to the skin, CBD can help moisturize the skin and can also act as an anti-inflammatory. This can lead to skin repair and improved skin vibrancy. CBD can therefore significantly reduce acne. CBD can also thicken the hair follicles. This promotes hair growth.CBD has proven to be a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent, with the ability to moisturize and nourish the skin by promoting and supporting moisture retention. In addition, it regulates the natural oil production of the skin. In addition, it fights acne and signs of aging.Now that the gyms are opening again, the chances of muscle pain are high after months without heavy strength training.We recommend CBD Sports Muscle Rub for use on joints and muscle aches, pain and especially stiffness. This balm provides effective and targeted pain relief. Inspired by Chinese wisdom, the curative properties of our careful selection of ingredients are enhanced with an aromatic fragrance.CBD Sports Muscle Rub is a light balm with a mild warming effect that will quickly tackle and soothe the pain. Whether you are looking for relief from a sports injury or spend hours at a desk, this sports balm is going to save you!
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By now everyone and their grandmother (especially their grandmother, TBH) is well aware of CBD and its purported-borderline miraculous-healing properties. And while the research is slowly validating these claims, anecdotes of CBD's power have been pouring out en masse. Your neighbor's dog no longer has arthritis and your best friend's insomnia and anxiety are suddenly quelled.
From the Morning Chalk Up January 14th 2020
“Whether you’re a professional who’s looking for a way to manage the rigors of a long season, a weekend warrior trying to best his neighborhood peers, or simply a health-conscious individual looking to find the right balance in your life, understanding the function and benefits of CBD can be eye-opening.” —Tiki BarberThe wellness world is buzzing about CBD, the natural pain reliever that reduces inflammation, speeds up recovery, helps with anxiety, and improves sleep. These qualities make CBD a “holy grail” product for athletes and active people, but there’s still a lot of confusion around the product. With oils, capsules, powders, and balms on the market, what method should you use for the results you want to see? Where should you buy it, and what should you look for when purchasing it? In this comprehensive guide, veteran sports author Scott Douglas breaks down the many ways athletes can benefit from using CBD products, and answers all the questions that the “CBD-curious” might have. With input from leading industry analysts and testimonials from athletes of all levels, The Athlete's Guide to CBD gives you everything you need to know to determine if and how CBD can work for you.
If you’re here, chances are you’re already somewhat of a CBD aficionado. Understanding the difference between the three major types of CBD is a major step on your CBD journey. Knowing the difference between isolate, broad spectrum and full spectrum CBD will help you make a more educated decision on which CBD products will best suit your needs.
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The Arthritis Foundation is aware of the growing popularity and availability of CBD-based products. Industry reports show that people with arthritis are among the top buyers, and pain is the leading reason for purchase. Our July 2019 survey of 2,600 people with arthritis shows significant use of and interest in CBD(cannabidiol).* Earlier surveys have shown repeatedly that pain is the most burdensome arthritis symptom.
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An unlikely new crop of cannabis supporters wants everyone to enjoy the same benefits they have.
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MCT oil is a supplement often added to smoothies, bulletproof coffee and salad dressings. Nowadays you will find MCT-Oil combined with CBD!
CBD Patients report that cannabis puts arthritis into remission, so the Arthritis Society funds the research to find out if it’s true.
Over Christmas, while I was visiting family in North Carolina I had a surprising amount of older friends and family members approach me with questions about CBD. Now that CBD is legal across the country, more and more people are starting to consider incorporating it into their own wellness routine, and more and more of those people are seniors.
It was leg day and you pushed yourself hard. You lunged deep and squatted heavy. With every rep you took your quads and glutes burned that much more. You teetered on the verge of exhaustion but you didn’t give up – you finished that last set hard and now you’re ready to reap the benefits. After all, you didn’t commit yourself to that hamstring curl for nothing – you want muscle growth, and you want it ASAP.
After years of resistance, last year a breakthrough finally happened: the WADA (World Anti Doping Agency) officially removed CBD from the doping list. For many athletes this news came as a huge relief. From now on, even Olympic athletes can simply use CBD supplements without risking a worldwide suspension. This milestone should be the beginning of a global revolution.