2 Ways CBD Speeds Up Your Recovery

There are 2 ways CBD speeds up your recovery.

Have you ever had one of those days where it felt like you just had the hardest workout of your life, and you could barely make it to your front door before your legs and body began to give out?

Your only thought, “How the hell am I going to recover from this one?”

As an endurance athlete who regularly pushes your body to the max, you’re no stranger to the pain and discomfort that typically comes with “the morning after.”

Studies Show There are at Least 2 ways CBD Speeds Up Your Recovery:

  1. CBD has anti-inflammatory properties that can help individuals reduce muscle swelling and enjoy deeper sleep, both of which accelerate the recuperation process.
  2. CBD helps relax your muscles so you can stretch more deeply or work that foam roller more effectively to get the kinks out while minimizing the pain that might tend to linger.

Warning: sciency stuff — In support of the above-referenced studies, the continued use of Venga CBD works to build up CBD levels within your body’s Endocannabinoid System. This, in turn, helps to bring your body into a natural balance, a process known as ‘homeostasis’, that better protects you from overexertion and keeps you in the game day after day. Sweet!

 

The investment you’re making in your body now and throughout the season with the consistent use of CBD will make you a stronger and more balanced athlete in the end.

What our experience has taught us is that the vast majority of endurance athletes, when taking Venga CBD on a regular and consistent basis, see demonstrable improvements in their training, racing and recovery, although their mileage may vary.

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