Designed for Athletic Performance

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High impact workouts, injuries, fatigue, wear and tear… All part of the territory being an athlete, or a highly active individual. While pushing your mind and body past the limits of comfort has extreme health benefits and proves discipline and determination, there are short term and long-term consequences to an athletic lifestyle.

For majority of this generation and the last, the common ailments for the pain and stress associated with athleticism include NSAID drugs such as ibuprofen and acetaminophen, or highly addictive opioid drugs, such as Oxycontin, now under public scrutiny and legal ramification.  CBD is gaining approval across the athletic industry with the increase of studies and finding proving its medicinal value.

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Athletes may find CBD useful for:

  • Reduction of inflammation and muscle pain
  • Decreased post-workout recovery time
  • Promoting healthy sleep patterns
  • Regulating emotions and mood levels
  • Encouraging weight loss

Many athletes are rightfully concerned about the legality of CBD, and for drug testing purposes. CBD isolate products contain 0% THC and would not appear on a drug screening. It is extremely important to be sure that the CBD products being consumed have tested negative for any THC. Purelistic CBD offers these test results for our products. Athletes who are being drug tested must be very careful about their use of CBD.

As an athlete, you apply great stress to your body during workouts, games, weightlifting and training. This leads to pain and inflammation beyond what your Endocannabinoid system can regulate. CBD interacts with your Endocannabinoid system to regulate and improve bodily functioning within our CB1 & CB2 receptors.