When it comes to Hemp, Marijuana, CBD and THC, most people think they are all the same. But this simply isn't true. Although Hemp & Marijuana are related and share some characteristics
There is a MASSIVE difference between the amounts of psychoactive THC they both create:
THC is the compound responsible for making people high. As an athlete, that's something you never want to experience.
Any cannabis product that gets you high contains more than 0.3% THC. Hemp has very low THC which makes it legal and safe.
All CBDMuscle products are 100% hemp derived.
The cannabis plants contains 80 active cannabinoids. The most powerful are found in both Hemp and Marijuana in difference concentrations. These are THC, CBD, CBN, CGG and CBC.
THC is the only phsychoactive. The rest act on your bodies cannabinoid receptors to provide you with relief without a high.
Instead, they can assist with muscle recovery in a number of ways, making it suitable for anyone seeking a reprieve pre or post exercise.
Whether you are a professional athlete or just training for fun, we all experience: -injury -muscle soreness -nausea -fatigue from time to time.
High impact exercise has the potential to cause wear and tear to your body. As you improve your fitness, it's important to protect your muscles. This meas increasing their ability to recover.
That’s why it’s important that you take steps to protect your muscles and increase their ability to recover…
Natural muscle recovery: tackles the causes of muscle pain and helps to treat the symptoms caused by tough workouts.
Maintain a healthy balance: CBD interacts with your CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors, which regulate your mood, sleep pattern, appetite and immune response.
This means, when CBD interacts with CB1 and CB2, it may help your body to maintain a healthy balance of homeostasis.
CBD is very effective, but by adding these 4 extra cannabinoids, a lot can be gained...
THC and CBD both begin as CBG, which is known as their "chemical parent". It's a anti-psychoactive cannabinoid, and it;s a precursor to THCA, CBDA, and CBCA. It interests with your endocannabinoid system to keep your body and immune systm regulated. It may also limit inflammation
CBGA turns to CBC when exposed to heat and UV. It binds easily to your Vannilloid 1 and your Ankyrin 1 receptors, which are linked to pain perception. When these receptors are activated, it may block pain and inflammation.
A homolog of CBD, this non-psychoactive compound may lower feelings of nausea, reduce inflammation and assist with pain caused from injuries.
A molecular precursor to THC, THCV is an analgesic and may decrease inflammation caused from muscle aches and sports injuries. It may also supply pain relief.
If you want a healthy body that can perform at it's peak, CBDMuscle is for you.
Whether you are a pro athlete, training for a big event or just trying to keep fit, it's natural to want more from your body.
If you want to train with confidence, it's important to protect your muscles and aid their recovery. You should do it in a way that's natural, legal and safe.
CBDMuscle is available as a balm, oil and in a BCAA shake. There's a CBDMuscle product that will fit with your exercise routine.
Get one step closer to your fitness goals and feel an immediate difference in your recovery time.
Our topical CBDMuscle Recovery Balm is made to be massages in to aching muscles and joints after your workouts. This topical treatment helps reduce inflammation and muscle soreness.
Our 6% CBD Recovery Oil is perfect if you are new to CBD. It is made with a unique blend of phytocannabinoids and delivers the perfect post workout boost for your muscles.
And if you’re still not sure, here is the most important fact that you need to know:
On the 1st January 2018, The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) implemented new regulations whereby they removed CBD from their list. CBD is now 100% legal to use, whether you are a professional althlete or just training for the love of your sport.