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Try our new cannabidiol (CBD) 25mg isolate gummies, with melatonin! These chewy treats are designed to help you sleep. It’s the fun, easy, and most convenient way to take your CBD supplement. Plus, our CBD edibles are as effective as they are tasty. Each sweet, chewy bite provides a plethora of health benefits.

CAN CBD REALLY IMPROVE YOUR ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE?

You may have heard that numerous athletes are relying on CBD1 to manage pain, more quickly recover from intense workouts or injuries, relieve anxiety and stress, reduce inflammation, improve sleep, and maintain mental clarity. With so much hype around CBD and its many benefits, it is easy to be skeptical of its far-reaching capabilities. But to understand why it is such a powerhouse and why so many athletes are turning to CBD, it is imperative to understand how it works. The following is a basic explanation of how CBD interacts with our natural biological processes.

Our bodies naturally produce molecules known as endocannabinoids. If you think this sounds like cannabis, it is because our naturally occurring endocannabinoids are so similar in structure to cannabis molecules that scientists decided to name them after the cannabis plant. In fact, the only reason that CBD and THC have any effect on us at all is because our bodies already contain an endocannabinoid system2 capable of interacting with these chemical compounds.

The endocannabinoid system is responsible for regulating numerous systems throughout our bodies in order to maintain homeostasis, or a state of balance. It is involved in managing pain, metabolism and energy levels, appetite and body weight, stress, memory, mood, sleep, immune function, and reproductive health. Its purpose is to recognize when outside forces disrupt balance in these systems and then take action to bring conditions back to normal so that our cells can continue to function properly. The endocannabinoid system contains three main components:

Cannabinoid receptors.

These are located on the surface of cells and transmit information about changing conditions in order to initiate an appropriate cellular response. CB1 and CB2 are the two main cannabinoid receptors. Both types of receptors are found throughout the body, but CB1 receptors are most abundant within the central nervous system and brain while CB2 receptors are more abundant outside of the nervous system, including within the immune system.

Endocannabinoids.

These are molecules that bind to and activate cannabinoid receptors. When disruptions are detected, endocannabinoids are produced within cell membranes and then released to the problem areas. They bind to the corresponding cannabinoid receptors, transmitting an instructional signal as to what to do to bring the system back into balance.

Metabolic enzymes.

Once the endocannabinoids have done their job, the third piece of the puzzle comes into play. Metabolic enzymes destroy the endocannabinoids to make sure they don’t stick around longer than necessary.

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Perhaps one of the most well-known ingredients in Sleep Formula, melatonin is a substance produced naturally in the body. Its main function is to regulate mood and make sure your sleep cycles are on point.
If your circadian rhythms are off, which often occurs during the shorter days of the winter, you run the risk of having altered sleep patterns. Supplemental melatonin can help balance this out.

The endocannabinoid system is extremely important in establishing and maintaining human health. It is a highly complex biological system that can get out of whack, particularly when the body is exposed to constant stressors. As an athlete, you often push your body to the limit to achieve a new personal best, endure high levels of pain and muscle strain, and experience stress and anxiety. This can make it difficult for your endocannabinoid system to properly regulate essential bodily functions. As a result, you may end up with chronic pain and inflammation as well as other ailments that can negatively impact your athletic performance. This doesn’t mean that you should give up your athletic endeavors, however. 

The all natural non-psychoactive cannabinoids found in hemp-derived CBD oil are believed to supplement the body’s naturally occurring endocannabinoids, improving the system’s ability to maintain balance. The essential function of the endocannabinoid system across multiple biological systems explains why so many athletes experience relief from a wide variety of ailments following a CBD based intervention. Studies have found that CBD is effective at reducing muscle spasms and seizures, works as a natural pain reliever, and reduces anxiety, inflammation, and blood pressure3. CBD is preferred over THC because it is non-psychotropic – it doesn’t give you a “high” and; therefore, allows you to remain clear-headed and focused.

5 COMPELLING REASONS TO TRY CBD FOR YOURSELF

1. Long Documented History of Use.

CBD was only recently legalized as part of the 2018 Farm Bill with the understanding that it is derived from hemp, which only contains 0.3% THC – not enough to produce a high. However, it is the oldest form of medicine known to man. Archaeological evidence indicates that cannabis was used for thousands of years by ancient civilizations for medicinal purposes. Its benefits and uses have been documented in historic Chinese medical texts4 for nearly 2,000 years. These ancient cultures were highly reliant on hemp, which was not only used as an herbal remedy, but also valued as a food and fiber crop.

2. Natural and Safe Alternative to Traditional Pharmaceuticals.

Athletes are often prescribed with opiates, which are now known to be highly addictive and can lead to organ damage. Over-the-counter non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) aren’t much better. Aspirin, Ibuprofen, and Aleve may also result in serious health issues5, including gastrointestinal problems. Those athletes who have switched to CBD indicate that it provides the same pain relief as traditional pharmaceuticals without the harmful side effects.

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3. Myriad of Beneficial Uses.

As previously indicated, CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system, which controls a wide variety of essential bodily functions. CBD has been found to:

  • Assist with pain management
  • Act as an anti-inflammatory
  • Boost immunity
  • Relieve stress and anxiety
  • Improve mood and energy levels
  • Regulate appetite and metabolism
  • Promote a more restful sleep
  • Support heart health
  • Reduce the occurrence of muscle spasms and seizures

An exponential growth of scientific studies6 exploring how the endocannabinoid system works is likely to continue to result in a number of additional therapeutic approaches for the use of CBD.

4. Approved for Use by Athletes.

The movement to make hemp-derived CBD more widely accepted for athletes is gaining momentum. In 2018, both the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and the United States Ani-Doping Agency (USADA) removed cannabidiol from their lists of prohibited substances. There is an important caveat, however. THC and the other cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids that are extracted from the hemp plant along with CBD are generally not be permitted during competition. This means that a pure, CBD isolate formula is best for those athletes who are required to undergo drug testing. Our CBD gummies utilize a CBD isolate formula which has undergone an extensive extraction process to ensure that all other compounds including THC have been completely removed. Only the purest form of CBD remains. Our gummies are completely legal, safe, and effective.

5. 30-Day 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

We strongly believe in the quality and potency of our CBD products. We are so confident that you will notice a difference that we will issue you a refund if you do not experience any benefits after 30 days of using CBD regularly and according to the instructional guidelines.

CB1 receptors are responsible for cognitive and physical processes such as memory, learning, emotion, and motor coordination. CB2 receptors, on the other hand, are more involved with the central nervous and immune systems. CBD’s interaction with these receptors has been found to provide a ton of health benefits (2) that include anxiety relief, pain relief, mood stabilization, and even appetite control.

Due to the one hydrogen molecule attached to the carbonyl group in CBD as compared to THC, they catalyze a much different reaction than THC. When CBD reacts with the CB1 receptor, it does not completely bind to it as THC does. This complete bond that THC creates is what results in its psychoactive effects.

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CBD actually blocks the action of THC when it is present. It neutralizes any psychoactive effects so you can be sure that you will stay clearheaded and focused.

As you can tell, CBD is in a class of its own and has unique effects compared to THC that are more physical than mental. 

OTHER ATHLETES ARE ALREADY ENJOYING THE BENEFITS OF CBD AND
YOU SHOULD TOO!

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Your competition may already be relying on CBD to more quickly recover from intense workouts and injuries. All kinds of athletes have been turning to CBD to optimize their performance including swimmers, long distance runners, body-builders, triathletes, etc. Don’t get left behind in the dust! Level the playing field and ensure your equal chance at success by trying CBD for yourself. Experience the revolutionary new way that athletes are managing pain, recovering from the stress of training, and continuing to operate at their highest potential. You won’t be disappointed.

WHY CBD GUMMIES ARE BECOMING INCREASINGLY POPULAR

Gummies are the most convenient and fun way to take your CBD supplement. They are a great alternative for those who hate swallowing pills. CBD gummies are also incredibly discrete, so you can take them in public without anyone asking questions. If you take other vitamins or supplements, CBD gummies can easily be incorporated into your daily regimen. Since each gummy contains a set amount of CBD isolate, it is easier to keep track of your daily serving size. Plus, gummies are a tasty treat that can satisfy your sweet tooth without the guilt. The typical dosage is one gummy per day, but additional gummies may be taken to reach your desired daily serving of CBD. It is not possible to make slight adjustments to your dosage with gummies, but this can be overcome by supplementing with sublingual CBD drops.

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References:

    1. Leasca, Stacey. (2019). Meet the pro athletes advocating for CBD. Men’s Health.
    2. De Laurentiis A, et. al. (2014). Role of the endocannabinoid system in the neuroendocrine responses to inflammation. Current Pharmaceutical Design. Vol. 20(29) Pages 4697-4706.
    3. Elger, Bradley. (2013). Getting high on the endocannabinoid system. Cerebrum
    4. Brand, Joseph and Zhao, Zhongzhen. (2017). Cannabis in Chinese medicine: Are some traditional indications referenced in ancient literature related to cannabinoids? Frontiers in Pharmacology. Vol. 8. Page 108.
    5. Wharam PC, et. al. (2006). NSAID use increases the risk of developing hyponatremia during an ironman triathlon. Medicine and Science Sports and Exercise. Vol. 38(4). Pages 618-622.
    6. Patcher, Pál, et. al. (2006). The endocannabinoid system as an emerging target of pharmacotherapy. Pharmacological Reviews. Vol. 58(3). Pages 389-462.
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