There are numerous ways to get CBD into your blood and system and one of the most common questions we get is ‘how should I take CBD?’ followed by ‘and is there a best way?’. In this advice post we will break down the most common ways of taking CBD as well as pointing out their positives and negatives. We’ll give you the tools to make the right decision for your particular situation.
Starting a new protein supplement regime or getting to grips with creatine doesn’t usually feel like a ‘big deal’ but when it comes to CBD things can sometimes feel a bit more serious. Whether that is due to uncertainties about the source of CBD (hemp) or the real and often strong effects it can have on physiology, feeling wary about starting something new, especially when it comes to your health is normal and will hopefully drive you to look deeper into the facts around wellness products before using them.
Here we have compiled the most common questions we have been asked as of writing, but this always changes, and this article will be updated accordingly.
Recovery is a key aspect of progress. Without the time to recover you are unlikely to progress. Training alone isn’t enough and as an athlete or active individual, special considerations should be paid to how you recover and what can be done to enhance the process.
Athletes of all calibre are always looking for an edge whether that be in training to achieve a PR/PB or an edge over their competition. A mounting body of evidence suggests CBD could be that ‘edge’ for many athletes and as a safe, well-tolerated and legal compound, it is taking the sport supplement world by storm. So, what are the potential benefits that athletes could reap by using superior CBD products?