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Can CBD help your workout routine?

The health and fitness industry is booming. Pills and powders litter the market so whether you want to bulk up or slim down there are hundreds of products to choose from.

 

But what if you’re not looking for these effects - what if you’re looking for the other benefits from exercise? That’s where CBD comes in.

 

We look at why CBD can help your workout and which products you could use to help your workout routine.

 

CBD before a workout

 

Energy

Your body has an endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS respond to cannabinoids which then work on keeping your body functions, like energy, in balance.

 

Using a CBD drink like Drink 420’s Elderflower & Lime sparkling water can give you a kick-start. With 15mg of CBD, drinking it before a workout will give you some additional energy to help you get the most from your workout.


CBD after a workout

 

A rigorous workout will cause microscopic damage to your body's muscles and tissues. Your body will trigger its repair processes and build muscle. During this time your muscles and tissues are inflamed (and often sore!). 

 

CBD balm directly on the affected area can help with achy muscles. The 365CBD balm not only has 580mg CBD in each tube but also comes in a heat or cooling balm. 

 

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All products advertised herein by Farm CBD are not in any shape or form advertised for sale as medicinal products. We are not medical practitioners, so for legal purposes, we are unable to give out advice on CBD or any particular condition.

It is, for this reason, we advise all customers to research CBD and always consult your health advisers and medical practitioners before taking any of these products.

Farm CBD does not manufacture, distribute or sell any product that violates the United Kingdom ‘Misuse of Drugs Act 1971’.

It is the responsibility of the customer to ensure that they are in compliance with local legislation. The content of this website has not been evaluated by the FSA/o MHRA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any diseases.

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