• CBD has been increasingly growing in sports arenas all around the world. From NFL stars like Steve Smith and Rob Gronkowski, to NBA star Kenyon Martin, or Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones, and even golfer Bubba Watson, they are all supporters of CBD. Recently, it was announced that Major League Baseball will be removing cannabis (including marijuana and CBD products) from it’s “drugs of abuse” list. Additionally, the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) and the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has now allowed CBD products to be used. Maybe most importantly, the FDA...

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  • Whether you are a pro, or never skied before, there’s likely something you could benefit from with CBD. The snow has started in tremendous fashion so far this year, and upwards of two two feet is expected here in Aspen over the next two days. From sore muscles to dry lips, CBD might be the next big “tool” for all you skiers out there! First, a lot of these potential benefits are due to what’s known as the entourage effect. This phenomenon is basically summed up by saying, certain cannabinoids...

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  • It’s that time of the year for late year camping trips before the snow starts flying. Fall time camping can be beautiful, but often deceiving in regards to annoyances that accompany any summer camping trip. The cooler temperatures and high elevations can often lead to unplanned for events – especially for those that don’t camp frequently. 1)    Sunburns. The higher in elevation you go, the less atmosphere is available to protect your skin from the sun’s ultraviolet rays. Simply put, a sun burn is the skins reaction to ultraviolet rays....

  • Terrell Davis, former Denver Broncos running back, Super Bowl 32 MVP, and Hall of Famer, has been a very outspoken supporter of CBD recently. In this article, Davis starts out my emphasizing how important recovery is in every sport, including football. Recovery often dictates how long an athlete can perform on a professional level. Davis would know better than most – he only had four productive seasons in the NFL before injuries caused him to produce no more than 700 yards in the following four seasons.The third paragraph in this...

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  • More and more professionals are recognizing CBD as a potential supplement for a variety of conditions - including inflammation and pain.  Athletes are looking for pain-managing alternatives to opiates that are non-addictive, natural, and plant-based: that do not have the drastic and negative side-effects that often come with pharmaceutical drugs. One of the best advocates for the power of CBD (Cannabidiol) - a non-psychotropic cannabinoid that can be found in cannabis/hemp - are players in the National Football Leage (NFL). From The Cannabist: “Cannabis has been proven to be effective...