CBD modulates the body’s inflammatory response, which can be extremely useful when going through a training block, allowing you to repair more tissue before going again. We tend to take CBD with the first meal or shake after training, particularly when its a longer run or heavy restistance session.READ MORE
Unlike other sleep aids CBD will not knock you out right after taking it. Instead it increases sleep latency during the day (keeping you more alert), and will increase the amount of time you are asleep when you do decide to hit the hay.
Put simply, by using CBD during the day, you will inadvertently be helping your sleep that night. This is not to say that you shouldn’t use CBD in the evening before bed, we find the calming effects of CBD a really useful part of our nightly routine.
Evidence points towards a calming effect on the CNS (central nervous system) when using CBD. We have found this useful in combatting racing thoughts and promoting clarity when working on assignments or pre event jitters (even more so when combined with a meditation practice).READ MORE
Getting the most out of your CBD
CBD is a large molecule, making it tricky to absorb. Studies show that ingesting CBD with foods high in unsaturated fat will significantly increase exposure, giving you the most benefit. Protein shakes and avocados, for example, are good options. However, if you want to feel the effects quickly, placing CBD oil under your tongue and holding it for 60 seconds is your best bet.READ MORE