One of the many CBD oil uses is for women and men's fitness by using CBD oil for aches, pains and muscle recovery.

Health and wellness for women has evolved beyond Jane Fonda workout tapes and diet pills.  Women are now working out right alongside men in crossfit, powerlifting, and bodybuilding. We are recognizing every day that we can push our bodies harder than previously thought. When we look at the big picture of self care, body image, and fitness, there is a recurring theme of recovery. We have to deal with aches and pains, we have to deal with the anxiety, we have to relieve emotional and physical stress.

We know we have to take care of ourselves and we have to balance family, work, fitness, and mental health, so what are the tools that help us do it? Much of how we all find balance comes down to the individual. How I manage my time and schedule may not work for you and vice versa. But what can work for many of us are recovery techniques. How are you recovering from workouts and dealing with anxiety? Are you taking over the counter drugs or prescription drugs? For me and many others we looked to natural alternatives such as CBD oil and CBD gummies. An assistant professor of pharmacology at Temple University, Dr. Sara Jane Ward, weighed in on CBD.

CBD gummies for pain, muscle recovery and sleep can mean CBD for fitness has many benefits

 

CBD is a naturally occurring compound found in hemp and it is non-psychoactive, in other words CBD oil drops or 500mg CBD gummies will not get you high. There is no concern with failing a drug test while using CBD oil because there is no THC in the compound. You should always look for a certificate of analysis to ensure there is no THC. 

Some of you may be concerned about CBD oil side effects which is valid. In my experience I have not had any side effects from using CBD oil and gummies, but that doesn't mean that there aren't any side effects. CBD is not a magic pill, and won’t fix all of our ills. We still have to put in effort to better ourselves and achieve our goals.

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March 28, 2019 — Tiffany Bowen