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It seems that sports and marijuana have a shared future. Despite prejudices, many cannabis users are also competitive and dynamic people, and sports professionals are beginning to rely on the grass to recover after exercise. CBD, THC and other cannabis extract compounds have analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic and calming properties, which are finally being applied in the field of sports medicine.

 

The case of American football and basketball.

Athletes bring their body to great stress during exercise or playtime. After a training session or competition, they feel tired, in pain and even nauseous. Often, they suffer ligament and muscle tears, broken bones and different types of trauma. A typical accident could cause long-term pain and even early retirement. In the USA In the US, many of the problems that threaten sports professionals and fans are beginning to be treated with cannabis.
A study by researchers at the University of Washington in St. Louis 2011, found that 52% of the former National Football League
players consumed opiates during their careers, and 71% admitted having abused painkillers. It is believed that at least 50% of current NFL players consume medical cannabis. And something similar happens in the National Basketball Association (NBA), where it is estimated that 80% of players self-medicate with cannabis derivatives.

This cannabis use by professional athletes is a smart attempt to avoid addiction problems such as those caused, for example, by prescription pain relievers. Many NFL players, both retired and active, believe that CBD is an effective alternative or at least a supplement to the pain relievers and anti-inflammatories they usually consume during their careers. More and more athletes with traumatic injuries and chronic pain use cannabis balms or oils to combat muscle pain and spasticity, and even as an aid to healing broken bones. In the United States and Canada, most people believe that professional players should be able to use non-psychoactive cannabis derivatives as recovery tools without being sanctioned.

Benefits in pain management and treatment of muscles and bones.

Effective management of chronic pain without side effects is a challenge for patients, athletes and doctors. CBD and THC are proven analgesic and anti-inflammatory agents, and the advantage of CBD is that it can be consumed both before and after exercise because it does not induce psychotropic effects. The same anti-inflammatory action of CBD and THC could protect the heart, lungs and brain, right after an injury and during treatment. The reduction of muscle spasms is another application of CBD extracts, while the antiemetic effect of this cannabinoid could help athletes reduce nausea.
Finally, the role of CBD in the regulation of sleep is another stimulating effect for athletes. Deep sleep at night is essential for training and muscle recovery. The quality of sleep greatly influences the performance of athletes, and the nerves prior to an event can lead to clear nights. The sedative and relaxing effects of cannabinoids are well known, and many people claim to benefit from better sleep patterns and reduced insomnia. CBD-rich hemp products are preferred to improve sleep quality, as they provide a natural recovery, both physical and mental.

Train with oils and CBD themes

CBD is a cannabinoid with numerous therapeutic benefits, even in small doses. Athletes understand that hemp CBD improves pain and injuries, inflammation and muscle spasms, even without the help of prescription medications. Post-event recovery and bruising healing process are shorter, allowing you to return before training. Science continues to advance and is now investigating the neuroprotective effect of CBD on the brain to apply it in the treatment of sports concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
In most countries, the law partly prevents the future of sports medicine. The main concern of athletes who use cannabis is that their compounds appear in doping controls as false positives. Topical cannabis products, such as CBD oils and balms, do not appear in any drug test, regardless of the CBD / THC ratio they have, since the skin acts as a barrier that prevents these substances from reaching high concentrations in the torrent blood Whether ingested, smoked or steamed, CBD should not cause any problems, as it is a legal substance for medicinal use in all countries of the world. Enjoy the training!