CBD for Working Out

If you’re hoping for more natural motivation to exercise, you should try CBD for working out. Everyone and their great grandma knows how important exercise is for our mental, physical and emotional well being. Research shows that physical exercise improves mood by increasing blood circulation into the brain, which influences a part of the brain called the HPA axis. This super important area controls the bodies physiological reaction to stress. What fewer people know is how to make each work out effective and worth the effort. Because if we dread doing it, how beneficial could it really be? After marijuana went majorly mainstream in 2017, a growing number of people started using it as a method of sports enhancement. By far the most popular, (and most effective), is CBD, the non-psychoactive component of cannabis.

The Benefits of CBD for Exercise

Cannabidiol, or CBD, is one of the main chemical compounds found in cannabis. There are over 80 cannabinoids found in the marijuana plant, the most popular being THC. CBD, unlike THC, has no psychoactive properties so it won’t leave you feeling high. Instead, it has other effects, many of which are extremely beneficial for athletes and anyone who exercises, even at a recreational level. CBD is well known for its anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties.

If you take CBD in a pill, for example, it can help reduce the length of time your body needs to recover in between workouts. The anti-inflammation can also help your muscles heal more efficiently in the event of soreness or tearing. In addition to muscle recovery time, CBD can also amp up your workout by helping you get a better nights sleep. It is also commonly used to treat stress and anxiety. However, it is important to note that the majority of evidence available around the topic is anecdotal.

How to use CBD

CBD can be taken in a variety of forms, which makes finding a method that right for you, easy. The best effects of CBD are felt over long-term use, but there are some products that allow you to feel its effects right away. Inhaled CBD, for example, can be felt extremely quickly, but will fade quite quickly as well. It can be purchased as a topical, where you apply it directly to the areas needed. You can also buy it in capsule form or in edible oils for a consistent slow-release effect.


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