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If you're a fitness junkie, you've come to the right place.
As someone who takes working out and self-care very seriously, you know how bad it feels when the aches and pains ruin your evenings, days, and weeks. It might be bad back pain, a sore knee, or general muscle and joint stiffness; whatever the pain is, it makes keeping up with your workouts even harder.
You've searched high and low for a way to make this problem go away and that's what we're here to talk about. We're going to look at the best CBD products that may help for all the fitness junkies out there that want to feel a bit better after a workout. Important to note that at this time CBD is not FDA approved to for pain relief or to treat, cure, diagnose, or prevent any disease or ailment.
If you don't know what CBD is, you're not alone because it's still unknown in most circles. After you read this, however, you'll be running out to the store to get some of these incredible products.
CBD, or cannabidiol, is a non-psychoactive extract from the cannabis or hemp plant. Unlike THC, it doesn't get you high, but it may help support and promote tranquility and calmness, since many people these days are searching for something to help relieve stress symptoms.
Hemp-derived CBD is legal in all 50 states, so you can pick it up from your local health, wellness store, or online, and try it out.
It's specifically popular with athletes and fitness junkies to take after a strenuous workout because of its health and wellness properties. CBD is believed to interact with the body's endocannabinoid system (ECS), which is the system in charge of, among other things, your ability to heal properly.
So, if you've been experiencing aches and pains after workouts or even if you've had a workout-related injury, CBD may be a supplement to look into. There are several ways to take CBD oil, including in capsule form, tinctures, gummies, and as a topical cream.
With loads of great CBD products hitting the market with few to no side-effects, it has become popular to give CBD a try.
The only way to find out which CBD product is best for you is to give them a shot. Each method of consumption provides a unique experience for your body, as some are meant to work faster, while others take time to have effects. A lot of it comes down to personal preference.
A CBD tincture is a liquid that contains a high concentration of CBD oil. They're arguably one of the most popular methods for taking CBD because you get to control your dose on your own and because of that, bottles of tincture typically last a lot longer than capsules or gummies.
All you have to do is place the desired amount into the provided dropper and administer however much CBD you might need under your tongue. With time, you'll be able to figure out exactly how much to take after a workout to feel great.
Tinctures also come in different flavors. The Broad Spectrum line of tinctures come in mint and orange flavor, all of which have a shelf life of 18 months.
If you're not a fan of the CBD oils, then gummies might be a better method for consuming your CBD. It's definitely the most delicious way to take CBD and you'll get a regular dose of 10mg per serving. If that's too much, you can always take half of a gummy instead of a whole one.
The Palm Organix CBD gummies come in a mixed fruit flavor, so you can get something different with every dose. You can purchase a single bottle, which has 20 individual gummies, for $29.50, a 2-pack for $49.50, or if you really love them, a 3-pack for $69.50. The more you buy, the more you save!
With CBD capsules, you can take them daily just like any other supplement and you'll gradually be able to determine the correct amount of softgels that are optimal for you. Our CBD softgels are 25mg per dose, so a little bit stronger than the gummies.
One of the luxuries of capsules is the ability to supplement your CBD intake with other helpful pain-reducing and anti-inflammatory ingredients like curcumin, or melatonin to support a good night's sleep.
Melatonin, of course, will act as a sleep aid, so you can rest up and let your mind and body recover after a long day. Sleep is vital for the body to recover from a hard workout.
Curcumin is known as an antioxidant and a pain reliever. Coupled with CBD, it's capable of supporting muscle and joint function.
When you've got chronic aches and pains with certain muscle groups, topical creams may be a great option. Consuming CBD orally allows the CBD to interact with the ECS which may give you overall relief, but topicals give you the ability to focus specifically on one area.
Our CBD with camphor lotion and CBD salve are great for massaging onto where it's really hurting so you can soothe those aches and pains as they come up. However, at this time, the FDA has not approved CBD edibles or topicals for the treatment of pain relief, nor is CBD intended to treat, cure, diagnose, or prevent any disease or ailment.
If you need a little boost before your workout, you can try out our CBD energy drinks, which contain a hefty 12.5mg dose of CBD along with 75mgs of caffeine. Add it to water and you'll increase get a boost before a workout and your recovery times post-workout.
You're getting roughly a small coffee cups worth of caffeine, which is enough to give you that little boost before your workout. It comes in a delicious berry flavor that you won't want to put down.
There's no worse feeling than working out only to get home or and not feel ideal. Do your best to counteract that by giving CBD a try as it might help. It's legal, non-psychoactive, and it might change how you approach fitness.
Why waste any more time? These are the best CBD products, so try one or all of them out today to find out which one you like the best.
If you visit our online shop, you'll be able to bundle a few of these products together in a great deal that allows you to sample a little bit of everything.
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