CBD stands for Cannabidiol, an extract from the hemp plant.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
CBD affects mood, stress response and motor function. By affecting the 3 key responses you can stay in a positive mood, deal with all situations and execute your swing regardless of circumstances.
We are primed for CBD because the human body is teeming with cannabinoid receptors. Our body manufactures endocannabinoids in order to pass messages concerning functions such as pain, inflammation, memory, appetite and mood. Because CBD is a cannabinoid derived from a plant it can affect our body in the same way as endocannabinoids.
No, CBD is not psychoactive.
CBD has been shown to have benefits that reduce stress, anxiety, and inflammation. In addition, CBD can help improve your sleep and focus. All of these benefits can help improve your game, recover faster and play more often.
CBD is WADA and PGA approved. The illegal cannabinoids are removed to untraceable levels and all products are independently tested to police standard by our ISO17025 accredited laboratory.
we recommend 20mg of CBD as a good starting point. There is no correct dose, different players will benefit from different doses. Current advice is not to exceed 70mg in a 24-hour period.
this is a matter of personal preference, but everything comes with its own set of instructions. Bioavailability rates (how much of the CBD you consume that reaches your bloodstream) vary depending on whether CBD is vaped, consumed sublingually (dropped under the tongue and absorbed through saliva) or eaten and consumed via the digestive system. All of our products are designed for ease of use both at home and on the golf course.
nobody has suffered serious consequences from an overdose of CBD. If you accidentally take too much common side effects are a dry mouth and mild headache.
yes CBD is for over 18’s only
advice is always to consult your medical professional if you are taking prescription medication and have any concerns about using CBD.
in addition to the anecdotal evidence of improved scores on the golf course we are working with several professionals using a whoop device or fitbit. They have been able to measure improvements in recovery time, athletic performance and REM sleep when using our CBD.
CBD is not like taking paracetamol for a headache. Finding the right dosage of CBD can be a tricky endeavor. The appropriate amount varies for each individual, as every person has a unique biology that results in a different reaction.
But don’t give up, the benefits are worth the effort. Start with a low dose and slowly increase it over time until you find your “sweet spot.” Many people take CBD for several weeks or even a few months before they see a difference.
Also consider the delivery system. If you’ve been trying one delivery system with no luck, it’s possible that a different form would work better for you. If you eat our gummies, they have to go through your digestive tract before you can absorb them, and the amount that ends up in your system may be relatively low. On the other hand, if you take our tincture sublingually — which means under the tongue — you’re absorbing it directly into your bloodstream. So you could get quicker, more noticeable results than you would from waiting for your digestive system to process it.