A lot of sportspeople whose sports involve frequent repetitive strain are starting to become aware of CBD – the supplement is often marketed for this purpose in fact. Taking CBD after a workout is useful because of the way it interacts with sore muscles, and can also let athletes warm down more easily without resorting to artificial painkilling drugs in response to inflamed muscles. It’s also good to know that the World Anti Doping Agency no longer considers CBD a ‘drug’ like it did previously, so it’s okay to use now.
CBD is really great for this purpose because of he way it lets your muscles lose some of the inflammation they get during sports. It can be applied directly to the skin or taken orally as an oil, and provides relief when you need it. Let’s explore this in a little bit more detail though, because it’s a fairly interesting process.
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