Not only would CBD calm any nerves in competitive play, it’d also ease any aches and pains a golfer might endure throughout a given tournament.
Tiki Barber, who uses CBD-infused products to manage residual pain from his playing days, believes the NFL needs to change its approach in letting players use marijuana for pain management.
In a PGA Tour newsletter sent to players last month, the Tour told players that “CBD products (like all supplements) pose a risk to athletes because they have limited government regulation and may contain THC."
We are now in an era where restrictive marijuana policies in sports need to be reviewed and revised in light of the legality of the substance in a growing number of states and countries.
The National Football League is prepared to make concessions around its substance abuse policy in its next Collective Bargaining Agreement with players, according to reports.
Marathon runners are no strangers to pain, which means regularly getting massages, using your foam roller, and now, adding some CBD to your training routine.
The double-blind study will research the effect medicinal cannabis can have on players who suffered past concussions, including long-term fallout, like PTSD, early dementia, and depression.
Shifting cultural attitudes and pro athletes advocating cannabis have made it easier for many former sports stars to go green over the past few years.
The Super Bowl would probably prefer to not have anything to do with cannabis, but the cannabis industry and football are destined to work together.